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Sara Suten Seti

Submitted by thedockbookshop on Thu, 02/07/2013 - 11:36pm

 

SARA SUTEN SETI is the commanding 7 STAR GENERAL of the BLACK POWER CARTEL (B.P.C.). General Seti is a second generation student & strict disciple of Dr. Yosef Ben Jochannan & Dr. John Henrik Clarke.
  
Seti has 20 years of literary studies with 3 educational tours to Egypt/Kemet with Ashra Kewsi & 1 Educational tour to Mexico "Land of the Olmecs". With all that he learned, General Seti went into the Detroit Public School System as a Youth Program Corrdinator, an established the Alkebulanian Three Sixty Rites of Passage System (2000-2005) at Northern Model High. Over 200 students was initiated into Afrakan Manhood & Womanhood Rites under Seti in that 5 year spanned. In 2003 General Seti made his first pilgrimage to Egypt under Master Teacher Ashra Kewsi! General Seti went on to take 2 more trips in 2004-05 for a total of 3 years which after he was raised into the CRAFT OF TEHUTI. With all the talents that the General possessed, his first introduction to the world was through Youtube where Seti set the INTERNET BLACK POWER REVOLUTION ON FIRE with millions of hits!! In three years he went on to produce 40 dvd lectures and launch the BLACK POWER CARTEL website.
 
Seti takes his place on the front-lines of struggle for complete liberation of African people worldwide!!. 

Dr. Ben Yosef Ben Jochannan & Dr. John Henrik Clarke books available at The Dock Bookshop!!!

 

Event date: 
Sunday, February 10, 2013 - 5:00pm
Event address: 
6637 Meadowbrook Dr
76112 Fort Worth
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THE CARTEL 6: THE DEMISE
By Ashley & JaQuavis

TARIQ NASHEED'S HIDDEN COLORS 
HC 1   HC 2  HC 3  HC 4 
The Untold History Of People Of Aboriginal, Moor & AfricanDescent 
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The Religion of White Supremacy
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HIDDEN COLORS COMPLETE SET
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CONVERSATION & COMMUNITY MIXER

Saturday, July 30, 2016 - 6-8 PM OR
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Join us for Conversation and share your thoughts & comments in Community with like-minded people and build. Refreshments & Drinks. Free Event.

1)Purchase Hidden Colors 4 from The Dock 2)Watch the film in the comfort of your home 3) Take notes 4) Come ready to share or just come!

Remembering the Texas Slocum Massacre
In late July 1910, a shocking number of African Americans in Texas were slaughtered by white mobs in the Slocum area of Anderson County and the Percilla-Augusta region of neighboring Houston County. The number of dead surpassed the casualties of the Rosewood Massacre in Florida and rivaled those of the Tulsa Riots in Oklahoma, but the incident--one of the largest mass murders of blacks in American history--is now largely forgotten
 
Come Meet & Greet E. R Bills Author of
The 1910 Slocum Massacre: An Act of Genocide in East Texas
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Black Holocaust: The Paris Horror and a Legacy of Texas Terror
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JOURNEY THROUGH AFRICA CULTURAL CAMP

Every Saturday June 18th -July 30th 9AM - 12 PM
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Free Camp! Lunch Provided! Cultural Camp! Fun! Arts & Craft and Reading Revolution Tutoring available for more info call 682-214-8151

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Learn about the foods, language, clothing, culture & more of Africa.
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