(Minding Our Own Business For The Survival OF Our Racial Group)

Emmanuel Barbee
9 min readFeb 6, 2021


Greets Family, welcome to Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos Podcast I’m your host Emmanuel Barbee. If you are new to this channel or podcast then please subscribe and share our content with your friends this will help grow our audience. I provide a written transcript in the group with the same name on Facebook for those of who don’t speak English. I also site all of my sources under Show and Prove section you can find all of my work under the About section on this Youtube channel.

I use this platform to interact with everyone on my friends list and everyone in my social groups by giving Black business owners free air time to promote their products and services, I give people in the faith community an opportunity to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ and ordinary law abiding citizens an opportunity to share their special talents/skills to my listeners from the podcast community.

After the show I offer my guest speakers an incentive by teaching them how to create their own podcast & Youtube channel to help them earn extra revenue during COVID-19. I also assist people on my friends list with creating basic websites, finding college scholarships/grants; housing & legal services all for free.

Our goal this year is to raise $500,000 for our film project (Hood Liberator Made In Chicago: The War Against Willie Lynch Begins). I would like to thank those of you who have donated to our film project.

I encourage people from my friends list and people in my social groups who want to be part of our film project please send me your email address to my Facebook inbox. We will hold a private conference through Google Meetings to discuss the best method of reaching others via social media, people from there friends list, donors & local businesses.

(GRCAI of Chicago) the Grass Roots Community Activist Institute of Chicago mission is to help eradicate urban violence in Chicago through our programs and services. Our objective is to build a bridge between the Diaspora and continental Africans through arts, culture and commerce. (GRCAI of Chicago) will be in the business of creating docu-dramas, short films, theater, photography, fine arts, music, poetry, literature, sculpture, dance and spiritual development for inner city youth. Once this virus is cleaned up we plan on launching African tours in order for us to move from behind a computer and make real connections with our Global Black Family on continent starting in South Africa.

I created (GRCAM) the Grass Roots Community Activist Movement because I got tired of all of the division among Black People. I created GRCAM in 1991 on a site called Gopher. I wanted to create an organization that focus specifically on solving black issues in America. I wanted to connect with other like-minded African Americans, Afro-Brazilians, Afro-Caribbeans, Afro-Europeans, African Immigrants and Afro-Latinos through out the Diaspora.

This is a podcast where we talk about solving Black issues/African issues using a spiritual perspective as it pertains to the great awakening of our people that has been prophesied. Our objective is to get our film project fully funded and play it by ear during COVID-19. Once this virus is cleaned up then we will shoot our film and promote our film in selected movie theaters and sell our DVDs. Together we will put GRCAM on the map and turn my vision for Black America into a reality.

In 2021 and beyond The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement will be promoting a policy of Global Black Unity, Ownership and Community Support. Our objective is to be in a place where we own everything we consume and we support one another. We’re reaching out to our group members and listeners and would like to encourage them to support our film project (Hood Liberator Made In Chicago: The War Against Willie Lynch Begins) in three ways which are as follows:

1. Though our virtual store GRCAM Merchandise such as a COVID Facemask, Coffee Mugs, Posters, Handbag and T-shirts. All proceeds will go towards our film project.

2. Though our nonprofit organization (GRCAI of Chicago) the Grass Roots Community Activist Institute of Chicago Paypal Page. Donation can be used as a tax right off because this is a legitimate 501(c)(3). All donations are deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

3. You can support us by purchasing my revised book on Amazon through my Author Page.

Keep in mind community support is where we have to go and please understand when you’re supporting our Youtube channel or our podcast you’re supporting an independent black network which will eventually employ Black People in our films, stage plays and in our actual business. I need African entrepreneurs especially in South Africa to come on the show and promote your businesses and ministries to the Diaspora and vice versa.

Instructions to participate on the show:

Once I am done with my presentation I will open up the virtual phone lines. First watch my Facebook Live video called side A. After I finish with my presentation then I will open up the virtual phone lines just click on the phone Icon to interact with me in real time through Facebook messenger as a voice call for Q & A this will be called side B.

With that being said tonight’s segment is entitled (Minding Our Own Business For The Survival OF Our Racial Group). This is an important discussion for tonight’s program. Before I go into my presentation family, I want to mention a new movie coming out about Chairman Fred Hampton called “Judas & the Black Messiah” produced by Fruitvale Station & Black Panther director Ryan Coogler will premiere at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival on February 12th.

I mentioned Fred Hampton in my revised book, the FBI & the Chicago Police Department assassinated Black Panther Party Deputy Chairman Fred Hampton and Defense Captain Mark Clark in a carefully planned raid. Survivors of the 4:00AM raid were all jailed and charged with attempted murder on police officers, including Chairman Fred’s partner Deborah Johnson, who was 8 ½ months pregnant at the time. These assassinations are the most significant and indisputably proven political assassinations of U.S. citizens by the U.S. government.

Today, in the midst of a new generation of the Black Liberation Movement, activists across the country still look to the legacy of Hampton’s revolutionary leadership and organizing as they continue the fight against anti-Black State violence and repression. Given ongoing repression and anti-Blackness that is apparent at every level of society, this work is just as significant and necessary today as it was in the freedom movements of the 1960s.

We have to get into the mindset of obtaining power at the grass roots level. When you are assuming power your job is to look at things from all aspects and figure out the solution. We have to start getting into the mindset of taking care of our business independently of the dominant society if we don’t who else will? We talk about obtaining power the question is do we have the mindset to maintain power? When you stay ready you don’t have to get ready. We have to get into thinking about running our business so that we can know how to handle supply and demand, develop an infrastructure in order to maintain things and have a network of people ready available that’s what I’ve been trying to teach our members in the Grass Roots Community Activist Movement. I want GRCAM members to have a mindset of running successful black businesses locally, nationally and international. When we talk about power we gotta start thinking in terms of ownership.

I told you Biden would overlook Black People while placing everyone else over us. Sure enough Biden’s first week in office he signed 45 executive orders for everybody else except for black people. Why is this happening because black people are not organized. I hold the black baby boomer generation responsible for this mess we are in. We are still fighting old battles from the 60s. We don’t have access to jobs, housing or capital now on top of that we have to compete with 11 million new immigrants for resources thanks to Black America.

Our grandparents got caught up with chasing the American dream. During the Civil Rights Era black people wanted to integrate and spend money in white establishments we had our own businesses but we started listening to black political class they didn’t have our best interest. Integration only benefited the dominant society I think black people should have pool there resources and started there own bus company as well as made business connections with Africa.

Black People and African People we need to work together we had enough of being oppressed, neo-colonial agenda and exploitation. The Diaspora and Continental Africans have to push for reparations. In order for Africa to repay it’s debt European nations needs to repay all of things they have done it’s all documented in the history books. They also need to return all of Africa’s art work. For those of you who mock us for being pro-black just understand you’re mocking your own survival if you don’t support your advocates you will have no advocates.

Many of us who grew up in single parent homes lack an inheritance from our parent. Without an inheritance no power, no wealth no resources are passed down. The younger generation is being force to start over. You see this is the reason why I created GRCAM in the first place to connect with like minded Black People & African People who care about doing something positive for our racial group I don’t want stay another 29 years behind a computer this is why my focus is on getting my story out to the public through a film in order to reach the Global Black Family. I refuse to allow Black America to ignore my vision and plan to help our people in America, Africa and the Caribbean/Brazil.

Black America was successful in Liberia & Sierra Leone I provide detail information on my transcript under show and prove. The problem with black people remaining in America is that we are financially supporting our own oppression through our taxes. For example we are paying Rogue Cops salary to harm and kill us. The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement have been telling our members it’s time for us as Black People to build a nation of our own an African Diaspora homeland in Africa. We encourage our members to apply for dual citizenship just like Jewish People who’s homeland is Israel. We want to create satellite communities within our inner cities so that African entrepreneurs can import goods to the black community.

When your people control the infrastructure then the system can be fertile soil because the system supports you and the people are in charge. The system that we are trying to create will be beneficial to black men and black women because it’s going to come from an Afrocentric perspective under a Kingdom society. When you control the infrastructure the system is a support system for the culture. We have to work together as black people to build this organization for our people in the 21st Century. Land and infrastructure leads to nation building. We don’t want our base of operation in America we want it out of the Financial elites jurisdiction and away from their control. Israel is not in America.

Every ethic group have a homeland and they do business and trade with their homeland. That’s how they receive goods at a lower price and sell it in America here for a profit. We can do the same thing once we establish a home base in Africa. I created several groups from Christian groups to social & political groups in order to reach many people as possible and begin networking among ourselves. If you are still listening to Captain American Negroes & Militant Integrationist who don’t know what infrastructure really means and don’t know what nation building means then by all means remain in America. Don’t complain that you are being treated as a third and forth class citizen, being treated like Standing Rock situation you made your choice. The phone lines are now open just connect with me through Facebook messenger as a voice call.

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Emmanuel Barbee

I am a professional blogger, blogtalkradio host, an upcoming social entrepreneur and a new urban author.