What is the RBG Pill? The RBG pill is the Red, Black and Green power of the human spirit. Red, is for the blood. Black is for the people. Green is for the motherland…AFRICA!!!
The Declaration of Rights of the Negro Peoples of the World
Red, Black and Green have been the colors of Africans at home and abroad since August 13, 1920. That was when the members of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League signed the Declaration of Rights of the Negro Peoples of the World. None other than the UNIA-ACL’s First President General Marcus Mosiah Garvey chaired that event in New York City’s second Madison Square Garden.
For that event to take place during the first month long UNIA-ACL International convention only fifty-five years after hostilities ended during the United States Civil War was a monumental achievement. Yet, the signing of the Declaration of Rights represents a shift in awareness, perception, and power. Why else are we not taught such history in school and elsewhere?
With the “I Took The RBG Pill” t-shirt we proclaim to the world we not only know our history, but have the t-shirt to prove it. When people talk about the “Red pill” or the “Blue pill” we can loudly proclaim there are other options, such as the “RBG pill.”
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Mhotep is derived from the name of the architect and builder of the first pyramid in Kemet, so-called ancient Egypt.
I formed the Mhotep Corporation in 2003 to produce and distribute 3D animation videos based on traditional African stories. Since then it has evolved to being a media production company including books.
In a previous life I worked as a systems analyst developing solutions for government and multinational organizations.
Born and educated in Washington, D.C. I have traveled to several places including Haiti, the Bahamas, Mexico, Canada, Nigeria (several times), Ethiopia (several times), Benin, Togo, and South Africa.
I am married with three children.