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Sponsored by the Collective Black People  Movement (CBPM)
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In efforts to provide our
members with the best
results for our New
Economic Plan, we
decided that starting with
this month we will send out
a reminder about payment
of membership dues.

Each monthly email will provide
you with the breakdown of
where every dollar will go in the
CBPM Economic Plan.  We
will also provide information on
the previous month's success-
showing which names of the
CBPM member, black
organizations and black
schools that we donated to.  

Below is the breakdown that
shows how you and the entire
African/Black community benefits
from this Economic Plan. The new
plan asks members to pay only
the minimum of 27 cents a day
which equals to $8.10 per month.
If you are able to pay more,
please do, if not, don't worry
about it- only pay the minimum.   

Please take time to listen to the
CBPM Conference Call (recorded)
that explains the New Economic
Plan in detail. You can listen by
calling 218-844-8799, enter
pin/access code# 195044.

The New CBPM Economic
Plan:
25% - Maintains the CBPM
International HQ in Atlanta
(without it there
would be no functional CBPM)
15% - CBPM Member in Need
15% - Donated to a Chosen
African Centered School (K-12)
10% - Donated to a Chosen Good
Black Cause (Organization,
Movement, Grassroots)
10% - Donated to a Black Family
in Need (Can  be nominated by
CBPM
Member or by themselves)
20% - Goes into Collective
Savings Account for Future
Endeavors (i.e.
Purchase of Property, Land for
Agriculture, etc.)
5% - Used by Staff Business for
CBPM Business ONLY!

For your convenience we
have provided the CBPM link that
allows you to instantly pay your
membership dues and help
yourself and your community:  
www.cbpm.org/membershippayment

***(Remember: there is no Past
Dues in this organization, so you
just pay this month's dues and
continue where you left off)

or Pay by Check or
Money Order to:
Collective Black People
Movement (CBPM)
Atlanta, GA 30314
678-827-2276 (CBPM)

We need all of our members to
be active and participating in
order for the Collective Black
People Movement to function
and be a success for our
people!  And we need you to
continue to spread the word
about CBPM and what it has
been building for African/Black
people for over 14 years now.
We are proud that because of
our collective efforts, the
CBPM has reached a total of
811 members worldwide!  

It is time that we all put forth our
best efforts to ensure the
psychological, spiritual, and
economic liberation of
African/Black people.  There is
no way that it can be done if we
don't all give it our best and
make it a priority.  If ever you
think that the task of liberation
is becoming too monumental  
just look around in your
community, at your elders, and
at your children - then you
should be reminded that the
task is never too great and that
we can win this battle!  
The New CBPM Economic Plan:

25% - Maintains the CBPM International HQ in Atlanta (without it
there would be no functional CBPM)
15% - CBPM Member in need.
15% - Donated to a Chosen African Centered School (K-12)
10% - Donated to a Chosen Good Black Cause (Organization,
Movement, Grassroots)
10% - Donated to a Black Family in Need (Can  be nominated
by CBPM Member or by themselves)
20% - Goes into Collective Savings Account for Future
Endeavors (i.e. Purchase of Property, Land for Agriculture, etc.)
5% - Used by Staff Business for CBPM Business ONLY!
The New CBPM Economic Plan:
25% - Maintains the CBPM International HQ in Atlanta
(without it there would be no functional CBPM)

15% - CBPM Member in need.

15% - Donated to a Chosen African Centered School
(K-12)

10% - Donated to a Chosen Good Black Cause
(Organization, Movement, Grassroots)

10% - Donated to a Black Family in Need (Can  be
nominated by CBPM Member or by themselves)

20% - Goes into Collective Savings Account for Future
Endeavors (i.e. Purchase of Property, Land for
Agriculture, etc.)

5% - Used by Staff Business for CBPM Business ONLY!
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CBPM Conference Call
Sunday, February 7th, 2010
The New CBPM Economic Plan
How it will Work...
If a 1000 Black
People come
together and put
27 cents a day
into a collective
account, after 1
year we would
have generated
$98,550.
27 Cents
a Day

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Join the Collective in:
Umoja (Unity)
Kujichagulia
(Self-determination)
Ujima (Collective Work and  
Responsibility)
Ujamaa (Cooperative
Economics)
Nia (purpose)
Kuumba (Creativity)
Imani (Faith)  

Be a part of the
Collective and
practice Kwanzaa
everyday
Enter Here
27 Cents a Day,
Can Free Black
People for
Eternity
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On the Agenda for Sunday June 6th,2010 CBPM call, we
looked at the 15 year History of the Collective Black
People Movement (CBPM) from the
Culture Center, the
Original Name of the Collective Black People Movement
(CBPM), to where we are today as the CBPM.

The Mission of the Collective Black People Movement (CBPM) is to
gather (unite), document, and organize the skills, talents, and
intelligence (education) of Black People for the purpose of self-help and
collective development.  The CBPM is an Engineering design that uses
the resources of our people's skills, talents, and intelligence integrated
(united) together into one collective body for the uplift of our people.

We have been doing our mission for 15 years now.  There will be a full
report and break down on the progress made by the CBPM over the
years.  The CBPM Membership is 826 members.  This translates to
165,200 data cells of information about our people's skills, talents, and
intelligence (education) available for us as a people.  There are 3,352
brothers and sisters entered in the CBPM's "What our people are Doing"
database which translates to 134,080 data cells of information and
contacts for the members of the Collective and our people.  Whatever
our people needs are, there is one of us who can accomplish this task at
the CBPM website: www.cbpm.org. At the CBPM, we say, "No other
people should have more information on Black People than the
information that Black People have on ourselves."  Make sure you enter
your information in the “What our people are Doing” database:  www.
cbpm.org/WhatOurPeopleareDoing.

There are 50 different departments of our people's skills, talents, and intelligence
with over a 100 people signed up in each department.  The draft goals and
responsibilities (www.cbpm.org/files/CBPMDepartments) for each of these
departments are ready to share with our members.   

After completing level one of the CBPM's mission, the recruitment of a minimum of
100  people documented and organized by our skills, talents, and intelligence in
each of the CBPM departments and level two the draft goals and responsibilities of
each of the CBPM departments, we are ready to step up to the next level of
organizing our people.

Level three's development of the CBPM seeks to get coordinators, leaders of our
people, in each of the 50 departments of our peoples' skills, talents, and
intelligence and the departments begin to meet to do their goals and
responsibilities.  The New CBPM Economic Plan is in place which will provide
financial support to the departments based on importance and eventually provide
employment for the Coordinators of our people.  

Our organization is ready to go to the next level, level three of organizing our people’
s skills, talents, and intelligence.  This will be the focus of the developments of the
Collective on the first Sunday's of each month for the rest of 2010.  

Before we go ahead, this Sunday, June 6th, 2010, we will be looking back to get our
new members and members of our community familiar with the 15 year history of
the Collective Black People Movement (CBPM).

Also on Sunday, we will be announcing the results of the CBPM Economic Plan
Financial Stimulus to our members and the members of our community for the
month of June 2010.

Listed below is the results / recipients of the New CBPM Economic Plan 's financial
aid and stimulus to our community for May 2010:

25% - Maintenance of National and International Headquarters of the CBPM
15% - CBPM Member in need:
Diamond Coach Kimyon Zari (Member), Indian Trail, NC
www.cbpm.org/1diamondcoaching

15% - Donated to a Chosen African Centered School (K-12):
Marcus Mosiah Garvey Institute & Teaching Academy (African
Centered School), Memphis, TN

10% - Donated to a Chosen Good Black Cause:
African Women’s Theological Seminary, Dr. Edonna Alexandria Mbale,
Uganda

10% - Donated to a Black Family in Need
Dr. Yosef Ben Jochanan  (Black Person in Need), Bronx, NY

20% - Collective Savings for Future Endeavors

5% -  CBPM Staff Business

The Collective Black People is running Black People Business.  There is $8 Million
Dollars not being collected each day from we as a people not running our own
people’s business.   The membership ( to the CBPM is 27 cents each day.  There is
never any pass dues owed by any member of the Collective.  If  a 1000 people come
together and put 27 cents each day into a Collective Account, after one year we
would have generated $98,550 dollars.  Join the Collective Here:  and get involved
in the Collective Black People’s Movement for our people.  Is it true that, no one
wants to run Black People Business?
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CBPM Conference Call Sunday September 5th, 2010,
8pm - 9:30pm,  Call: 218-844-8230 access code:
195044#
Topic:  Building the CBPM 50 Departments
August 1st, 2010 Raffle Winner & Which Black Entities gets Funding
The Skills, Talents, and Intelligence (Education) Revolution
August 1st, 2010, CBPM Conference Listen Here or Call:
218-844-8799 access code: 195044#
CBPM Conference Call
Sunday, March 7th, 2010
The New CBPM Economic Plan
1st Disbursement:
25% - Maintains the CBPM International HQ in Atlanta
(without it there would be no functional CBPM)

15% -
Member in Need:  Sister Indi Ya Bey of the Wealth
Building Network  
www.cbpm.org/wealthbuildingnetwork

15% - Donated to a Chosen African Centered School:
Richmond, Virginia

10% -
Donated to a Chosen Good Black Cause:
Haitian Alliance for Financial Support for Haiti

10% -
Donated to a Black Family in Need: Rolled Over

20% -
Goes into Collective Savings Account for Future
Endeavors

5% -   Used by Staff for CBPM Business ONLY!
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CBPM Conference Call
Sunday, April 11th, 2010
The New CBPM Economic Plan
2nd Disbursement:
* How to Create a Pay Pay Account without having
a Bank Account.
* How to Create Buy Now Buttons and Donation
Buttons to add to your website, webpage, or to
collect money online.
25% - Maintains the CBPM International HQ in Atlanta

15% - Member in need:  Brother LL of God's Children and
Elders Think Tank
www.cbpm.org/gcett

15% - Donated to a Chosen African Centered School:
Houston, Texas

10% -
Donated to a Chosen Good Black Cause:
CBPM Tamale, Ghana Division, Brother Basit

10% -
Donated to a Black Family in Need: Dr. Ben

20% -
Goes into Collective Savings Account for
Future
Endeavors

5% -   Used by Staff for CBPM Business ONLY!
CBPM Conference Call
Sunday, May 9th, 2010
The New CBPM Economic Plan
3rd Disbursement:
Join the
Collective Black
People
Movement
(CBPM)
Here
The New CBPM Economic Plan Results for June 2010:
Disbursements:
1.  25% to the CBPM International Office Maintenance
2.  15% Member in Need – Sherena Wright
3.  15% Black School - Community Youth Achievers Environmental
Campus, Herman Ville Mississippi
4.  10% Good Black Cause - The National Black Teen Empowerment
Expo, They sell Red, Black& Green Items, located in Detroit and
Harlem
5.  10% Black Family in need – Sherana Wright
6.  20% CBPM Savings
7.  5% Staff Funds

Pay your CBPM Membership Dues at www.cbpm.org/membershippayment.
If a 1000 black people come together and put 27 cents a day into a collective
account, after one year we would have generated $98,550 dollars.
If 30 Million Black People come together and put 27 cents a day into a collective
account, each day we would generate $8 Million Dollars a Day.
Let’s pull ourselves up with our own boot straps through self-reliance.
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