Now, Min. Paul Scott, founder of the Durham NC based , Messianic Afrikan Nation ministry, is on a mission to tell the truth about the new Black Power movement that has had a resurgence over the last few years, since the murder of Travon Martin.
Although, the Black Power movement can be traced back to the 60's, when activist Kwame Ture (then Stokely Carmichael" shook up America when he popularized the term , thanks to social media, the fear spreads more rapidly.
Unlike, the Black Lives Matter Movement, which is largely supported by white Americans, proponents of Black Power believe that Black people should be responsible to solving their own problems. And this idea of free thinking and self sufficiency has long been a concern of white people in this country.
"It's a shame that in 2016, to quote Public Enemy, America still as a "Fear of a Black Planet," says Scott
Min. Paul Scott is founder of the Durham based Messianic Afrikan Nation ministry. He is credited with coining the phrase "Afrikan Liberation Theology" which he says is "Black Liberation Theology for the Hip Hop generation." He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 972-8305