The Black Agenda

In 1983, The Black Agenda was reorganized around "The United Independent Compensatory Code/System/Concept," simply referred to as


This major reorganization reflected the changing attitudes and growing sophistication of non-white people, specifically Black people.

The Black Agenda has evolved into a pro-active system of thought, speech and action designed to focus on all areas of human activity, against the global system of white supremacy (often incorrectly referred to as "racism").

The intended result of this educational process is to produce a critical mass of "codified" people, capable of moving Black people beyond the point of concern for self-determination, to a broader concern for the global family and the establishment and maintenance of a global justice.

Educating Black People for Social, Political, Economic, Cultural, Scientific

& Technological Development.

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