In the Name of Allah Vol. 1: A History of Clarence 13X and the Five Percenters
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In the Name of Allah Vol. 1 - A History of Clarence 13x and the Five Percenters (Paperback)
Thousands of young Blacks and Latinos have pledged allegiance to the philosophy of the Five Percenters. Their influence has permeated throughout the streets of urban America, the school system, rap music and the penal institutions.
He left the organization and subsequently founded a youth movement based on the core doctrine of the NOI and his own lessons referred to as Supreme Mathematics and Supreme Alphabets. The name and ideology of the Five Percenters are derived from NOI teachings that describe the population into three categories. During his short reign as leader of the Five Percenters, Clarence 13X Allah faced many challenges but accomplished many objectives.
Unfortunately in June of , he was gunned down by unknown assassins. He left a legacy of countless youth who embraced the concepts of the Five Percenters which are evident in the conscious youth of today that identify with his teachings.https://resnigacon.ml
In the Name of Allah Vol. 1 a History of Clarence 13x and the Five Percenters. by Wakeel Allah
Until now, there has yet to be a comprehensive history written in regard to the man called Allah and the Five Percenters. Don't have an account? Currency and addition of Tax VAT depend on your shipping address.
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Show and Prove: Five Percenters and the Study of African American Esotericism
Related Content. Page, Jr. The goals of this new field — while akin to those of Religious Studies, Africana Studies, and Western Esoteric Studies — are focused on the impulses that give rise to Africana Esoteric Traditions AETs and the ways in which they can be understood as loci where issues such as race, ethnicity, and identity are engaged; and in which identity, embodiment, resistance, and meaning are negotiated.