Anthony "Amp" Elmore.  
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The Great African American historian
 Dr. John Henrik Clarke writes:

"Religion is the organization of spirituality into something that became the hand maiden of conquerors. Nearly all religions were brought to people and imposed on people by conquerors, and used as the framework to control their minds."
Dr. John Henrik Clarke
"My main point here is that if you are the child of God and God is a part of you, then in your imagination God suppose to look like you. And when you accept a picture of the deity assigned to you by another people, you become the spiritual prisoners of that other people."   Dr. John Henrik Clarke
Click on the above picture to listen to Dr.John Henrik Clarke

The sutra states, “Ever since the long distant past I have been teaching and converting this multitude.”There should be no discrimination among those who propagate the five characters of Myoho-renge-kyo in the Latter Day of the Law , be they men or women. Were they not Bodhisattvas of the Earth , they could not chant the daimoku . At first only Nichiren chanted Nam-myoho-renge-kyo , but then two, three, and a hundred followed, chanting and teaching others. Propagation will unfold this way in the future as well."

We Proud Black Buddhist "Get Down." Click on the two above pictures to see and hear two of our Buddhist lectures "Christ was a Buddhist" and learn the Buddhist view as to how life and the Universe emerged. We are proud and excited to offer alternative Buddhist teachings that is "Inclusive of African and African American history and Culture. We are the "Proud Black Buddhist World Association." Black does not mean race, Black means culture.  We teach Buddhism with a "Black Cultural Inclusion."

This is a picture of Tina Turner on the Larry King Show February 21, 1997. Tina recites what is called the "Hoben or Expedient Means" chapter of the Lotus Sutra. Click on Picture hear our translation of what she recites.

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Click on picture to see the words of the Rap song for study

The Lotus Sutra is the Buddha's most important Teaching. Click on the above picture to hear the Rap Version of the Lotus Sutra.

Pray the Lotus Sutra is a "Soul" Inspirational Buddhist Song. Click on the above picture to hear the Song.

Please Click on the above picture to learn the "Real Deal" regarding the history of the man they called the Buddha. The Buddha was a man of African Decent.  The Asians and racist extricated the true history regarding the ethnicity of the Buddha Shakyamuni.  Anthony "Amp" Elmore in the above picture explain about the Black Buddha History in an easy to follow "Rap Video."

Click on above picture to see Mr. Tim Mckay perform Song
Click on picture to hear the Song Pray the Lotus Sutra Boom, Boom, Boom
Please click on the above Picture to hear the Song "I am a Buddhist Girl."
Please Click on the above Picture to see and hear our song; "Winter Never Fails to Turn into Spring".
Click on picture  to see and hear "The Lotus Sutra Dip  Song

Download Prayer  Gohonzon Buddhist Prayer Book  to  your cell phone

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Click on above picture to learn how the SGI, Nichiren Shoshu, Nichiren Shu all use the racist Sanskrit language to promote Racism and Fraud.
Click on the above picture  to read our written lecture and learn how Japanese Sects like the SGI, Nichiren Shoshu, Nichiren Shu and others use the Sanskrit language to promote White Supremacy and racism.  Sanskrit is an artificial and racist language used by Brahmins in India to discriminate.
Click on Picture to read the News Story "Buddha the World's Greatest Black Hero" (Robbery in Plain Daylight.)
Click on picture to see video why we started our Black Buddhist Sangha
From the Proud Black Buddhist World Association

Anthony "Amp" Elmore uploaded his latest "You Tube" video lecture.   "The Original Christians were Black Buddhist." Black Buddhist were around in Africa and India over 1000 years before Buddhist made it to Asia. Click on picture see and hear our Black Buddhist Lecture.