Mauricelm-Lei Millere was born on May 28, 1973 minister (Etiopian Orthodox/
Islam? http://www.abbayesehaq.com/home.htm / http://www.ethiopianorthodox.org/english/history.html / http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beta_Israel / http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haile_Selassie_I) ,psychotherapist, poet, philosopher, Black Nationalist, Human Rights Leader.  A twin (fraternal) to sister named Mary-Frances, he had 10, other, sibblings. Mauricelm-Lei shares a dual citizenship in Kaduna State (Hausa Tribe http://www.gateway-africa.com/tribe/hausa_tribe.html), Nigeria, http://www.kadunastate.gov.ng/, and Marianna, Arkansas, United States, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marianna,_Arkansas. His father, Johnnie Millere, is a well known baptist pastor, business owner, and he studied biblical ethics and divine science; he was a geat promoter of Dr. EC Morris and Dr. AH Miller(e) (said to an "great-great" uncle). His mother, Nellie M. Millere-Brownlee, studied psychology of counseling and taught christian ethics through the church administration; she was a great proponent of Sigmund Freud & Carl Rogers. The strongest influences, in his life, were his mother, father, and grandparents (deceased), and Mrs. Lora Radford, 9th grade Algebra & Geomety Instructor.  Josephine and Samuel Rogers, https://sites.google.com/site/drmauricelmleimillere/reverend-pastor-samuel-rogers, whom he, frequently, lived with died 3yrs apart. Josephine(daughter of Calcuttan Indians enslaved in America) was a seamtress and retired rural teacher. She helps little Maurice, at age thirteen, cope with the loss of a sibbling, Shawn-Everette, who drowned during a family reunion. She advised him to "discover laughter in the most difficult of times," due to a brief onset of depression."   Mrs. Lora Radford insisted, " You are more than an athlete.  There is a leader in you and he has to figure out life's equations.  You can't drown them out in track and field."  His grandfather, the son of Calcuttan Indians enslaved in America, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kolkata; whom he recognized, "as his best friend ever!", was a welknown baptist pastor, farmer, naval veteran. He studied biblical history, social sciences, and trained as Clinical Chaplain. Mauricelm, or little Maurice as he was called, learns much under his tutor, especially psychotherapy. Little Maurice learns to recognize letters and words as early as 3yrs of age; with the help of his eldest sister (deceased) Scharlotte-Alice Hervey, a minor influence. The first thing that he reads is "The Law Of An Eye For An Eye" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eye_for_an_eye  (or revolution / war) followed by the Decalogue http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_Commandments (or peace). His grandfather explains these writings as "the arts of war and peace." . Scharlotte-Alice died in a car accident along with husband and oldest son two years after Josephine; whom died to natural causes. (Two children were paralyzed from the accident, another with minor injuries. The eldest child, her daughter, was the only child to not make the travel, thus only to not be harmed). Millere is very disturbed by the death of his two-sibblings and grandparents because he is very close to them. The poem "God do you see this down here?" is dedicated to them. Millere wrote his first poem, sitting, alongside the L.Anguille River, at age 12, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%27Anguille_River. Title of the poem is, "Black Foole You" http://www.poetry.com/user/mauricelm-lei-miller/11363787/, advising Africans born in America to resist white dictation. Upon his grandmother's advice, he used poems as a therapeutic release of stress. Samuel was very involved in civil rights, it community, and its leadership. He was a great proponent of W.E.B. Dubois, EC Morris, Dr. AH Miller(e), Dr Henry Callis, and Anton Boisen. Johnnie, Jr., his eldest sibbling, was, also an minor influence in his life concerning the Armed Forces and the Philosophy of Black Nationalism, stating, "you can learn a lot of positive things from a negative institution." After Maurice graduated Central High School of West Helena, Arkansas. He was a traveling student of theology-visiting Africa,India,France,and Germany;he began to understand and appreciate other forms of religious expression toward God. While touring his birthright, Kaduna State, Nigeria, Millere revisits Niger River. Like Napolean, in the battle, at Waterloo, Millere is smitten by the beauty of the Niger River and its engaging terrain. See, also, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niger_River. He served in the US Army and Naval Forces, against his grandfather's better judgement (institutionalized racism), but not without his blessings. He served in the US Army(92A10 School Of Logistical Automation) and Naval Hospital Medical Corps School). He attended Phillips County Community College (while in Highschool), Concordia University coresspondence (DLA) , Kansas State University, Fort Hays State University. He recieved a bachelor's/master's degree of philosophy, Doctorate of Divinity Science; with Certifications in Clinical/Behavioral Counseling Education/Psychotherapy & Clinical/Behavioral Pastoral Education/Psychotherapy-ACPE, New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Wilmington, NC.. Since age thirteen, Millere had been studying the likes of Minister Louis Farrakhan, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Farrakhan, Minister Malcolm X, Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Reverend Adam Clayton Powell, Jefferson Thomas http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jefferson_Thomas, of The Little Rock Nine And Mrs Daisy Bates, and Stokley Carmichael.  Upon re-meeting "Mother" Coretta Scott-King http://www.achievement.org/autodoc/page/kin1bio-1, after a lecture on social change, he was very influenced by her teachings, kept with her lectures and, often, took part in anything associated with her or her husband. Through her lectures, and painful research of "The Negro Problem In America," Millere is convinced that "Black Nationalism" is the only alternative for "Africans & Africans born in America." "Times shall never get better until You make them better." Coretta Scott-King after visiting a NAACP Conference in Topeka and Kansas City, KS. (1997). Mrs. Coretta Scott-King was a major influence to the young Minister M.L. Millere and his "fellow freedom fighters" as then known see, also, Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere . Mrs. King is also credited for influencing the start of such organization-speaking with young Millere (often confused with Miller)and his constituents after a NAACP Conference in Bonner Springs,KS https://sites.google.com/site/civilrights2010andbeyond/. The USA Globe records young Millere at 21 years of age as the elder activist, of the Kansas state based NAACP Convention, give reference to him as one its powerful youth (1997). Millere was elected as one the spokesman for the Kansas-NAACP Political Affairs Committee. He is CEO / Founder of Civil Rights Advocacy Association and Chief Advisor / Founder  of Black Nationalist Network, https://sites.google.com/site/blacknationalistnetwork / http://civilrights2010andbeyond.blogspot.com/  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/drmauricelmleimillere / http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Bridgette2
 
 
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As a small boy, African20American20Boy.jpg a little boy shall lead them image by nappiejeanMauricelm-Lei, or "Maurice" as he was called, really enjoyed farming with his grandparents and father. One evening, during an service at his father's church, his father delivers a sermon called, "The sower and the seed." Little Maurice takes the parable literal. He shouts, "I want to be a farmer too!  And I am going to sow a lot of seeds!" When his mother explains the parable; Maurice's little mind is "psychologically and theologically" enriched, though he cannot explain this. His first introduction of comparative theology and psychology comes his mother and grandfather."You're going to college little mister. You can farm later, if you should choose." Shortly, after hearing that sermon, he began to recognize letters and words, age 3. The first thing that he reads is the "Law Of An Eye For An Eye" (or revolution / war) followed by the Decalogue (or peace). His grandfather explains these writings as "the arts of war and peace."  His grandfather and father, allows him to participate in street-ministry outreach, and regular service or meetings held witin their respective churches. Little Maurice gets a chance to meet the 'Honorable Mr. Jefferson Thomas http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jefferson_Thomasof the famous Little Rock Nine and Mrs. Daisy Bates," who discusses "black nationalism" with his grandfather during West Helena, Arkansas' "Operation Save Community Campaign (or O.S.C.C.). This would prove to be very important to him in later years, as it is relative to his social ministry, he is only thirteen years of age. His grandfather impressed upon him the importance of counseling. "You can never minister to a man's soul unless you seize the opportunity to improve his social condition. At thirteen years of age Maurice discovers the pain of loss. His grandmother helps him cope with brief depression due to the death of a sibbling, Shawn-Everette, who drowned during a family reunion. He blamed himself for the death of his brother because their mother forbade them to swim. She advised him to "discover laughter in the most difficult of times." At this time Maurice met "Goat", whom, originally, was Shawn-Everette's best friend. The two would also become best friends, often referring to each other as blood brothers, and understand that they share equal political, economical, and social ideology, "Black Nationalism." Maurice would suffer depression for four years before he learned manage laughter. At fifteen years of age, during a tutoring session, his grandfather interested him in
"Goat" is the Minister Of Defense for the ABBPP. Also, a major advisor for the Black Nationalistic Movement of the southwestern region. http://sites.google.com/site/goatabbppministerofdefense/
College correspondence couse, in philosophy, through Concordia University. Though, still suffering depression due to the loss of his brother, it was the one thing he came to appreciate. He also attended Phillips County Community College. Mauricelm would graduate highschool at seventeen years of age because the ceremony was held a week prior to his birthday. Johnnie, Jr., his eldest sibbling, was, also an minor influence in his life concerning
the Armed Forces and the Philosophy of Black Nationalism, stating, "you can learn a lot of positive things from a negative institution."After Mauricelm-Lei graduated Central High School of West Helena, Arkansas. He was a traveling student of theology-visiting Africa,India,France,and Germany;he began to understand and appreciate other forms of religious expression toward God. He served in the US Army and Naval Forces, against his grandfather's better judgement, but not without his blessings, and served in the US Army(92A10 School Of Logistical Automation) and Naval Hospital Medical Corps School). While serving in the US Armed Forces he studies to re-adjust his GRE and attended several Universities. He attended Phillips County Community College (while in Highschool), Concordia University coresspondence/DLA (highschool, armed forces, and abroad), Kansas State University (armed forces), Fort Hays State University (armed forces). He recieved a bachelor's/master's degree in philosophy, Doctorate in Divine Science, and Certification of Clinical/Behavioral Counseling & Clinical/Behavioral Pastoral Education/Psychotherapy-ACPE, New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Wilmington, NC..   The internet brings both traditional and non-traditional learning styles. Millere discovers institutionalized racism while serving in the US Armed Forces and understands why his grandfather was against him serving. Millere repents ever joining the Armed Forces for two reasons. (1.) Experiencing institutionalized racism and not being able to, constructively, fight it. (2.) Losing his sister (Charlotte-Alice Hervey) grandparents (Josephine and Samuel Rogers) and having to deal with the pain of not being to to attend their funerals due to a message failure.  
 As a philosophy student
attending Kansas State University and Fort Hays State University he was harrased by much of the faculty there. He began to discuss racism and "the levels thereof," an attachment to an personal research assignment called, Discrimination And Civil Rights. Since age thirteen, Millere had been studying the likes of Minister Louis Farrakhan, Minister Malcolm X, Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Reverend Adam Clayton Powell, and Stokley Carmichael. It is in Kansas that he began to realize that racism is practiced all over the United States as well as Great Britian. He is called on to pastor the historical "First Missionary Baptist Chuch of Nicodemus, Kansas, while he is speaking steady at Kansas State University's "All Faith Chapel." He meets Chaplain Don Fallon and Dr Juanita McGowen who appreciate his affect and gift as an student orator. Millere states, "meeting them was like a breath of fresh air." He transfers to Fort Hays State University during his tenure of First Baptist but eventually re-transfer to Kansas State before leaving for training at Naval medical Hospital Corpsman School. Upon meeting 
"Mother" Coretta Scott-King,
after a lecture on social change, he was very influenced by her teachings, kept with her lectures and, often, took part in anything associated with her or her husband. Through her lectures, and painful research of "The Negro Problem In America," Millere is convinced that "Nationalism" is the only alternative for "Africans born in America." His social ministry was very strong in Kansas. He lead successful protest in, such cities as, Manhattan and Salina.  "Times shall never get better until You make them better." Coretta Scott-King after visiting a NAACP Conference in Topeka and Kansas City, KS. (1997). Mauricelm-Lei Millere
Mrs. Coretta Scott-King was a major influence to the young Minister M.L. Millere and his "fellow freedom fighters" as then known. Mrs. King is also credited for influencing the start of such organization-speaking with young Millere (often confused with Miller)and his constituents after a NAACP Conference in Bonner Springs,KS. The USA Globe records young Millere at 21 years of age as the elder activist, of the Kansas state based NAACP Convention, give reference to him as one its powerful youth (1997). Millere was elected as one the spokesman for the Kansas-NAACP Political Affairs Committee. He later becomes disgusted with the NAACP and turns to Civil Right to couple democracy with demonstration. He states, "It is easier to debate the evils of racism with civil disobedience in the streets because it forces the law and lawmaker to recognize mass protest." However, though psychologically meaningful, he believed civil protest to be "inadequate if it limited its constituents from defending themselves, stating, "After all, what good is it to fight for the usage of some laws. We also have the right to bear arms. Civil unrest is the foundation to human rights which gives birth to nationalism." 


The derby, watch, and ring has become attire common to his identity. As well as the alpha symbol, above his sports jacket pocket and the masonic symbol below it. Once an aire to the throne of nonviolent philosophy, and admirer of kingian royalty, Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere is shown in pure militant form - captured in onyx black and platinum.
Counting Up The Cost
 
Due to leading a protest, in Salina, Ks, Millere is shot at, twice, outside his home.  
The Salina Journal reencounters him as the "Prarie Storm" of Kansas. Millere's first confrontation was with the Arkansas based Klu-Klux-Klan who decided to terrorize Salina, Ks. in 1996 on the anniversary of the famed minister and civil rights champion and mentor Martin Luther King Jr. Millere's "civil-debut" took place in Salina,Ks as he insisted an counter-protest of this "backlash," thus began his employ of civil rights. The organizaton's original start is dated as far back as Feburary 1995, although, recorded as late as February 1997 in Topeka,Ks. (Independent African-American Press,2008). https://sites.google.com/site/assassinationattempts/

youth concerns for civil rights
Millere was also made aware or youth concerns for civil rights, the same year, at the Youth NAACP Membership Drive of Kansas City, Kansas and breathed life back into the SNCC (or Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee). In 2004-2009 several "key" individuals were added to the association. Rafael Bryan became SNCC president during the Anti-Poverty Campaign orchestrated in Jacksonville,NC. Also, Nelson McCarter, often called "the Gentle Giant" for his extra-ordinary patience with victims and foes of civil rights-joined the campaign during a single case of police profiling investigation happenning in his own hometown, Maysville,NC. Rev. Allen Hawkins, known by the surrounding areas as the "Praying Prophet" matched Millere's and McCarter's social conscience with spiritual empathy.
Power For Poor People Campaign Of North Carolina 2005

There probably won’t be many people making the trek from Onslow County to Raleigh this Thursday. But the members of the Civil Rights Advocacy Association, who have decided to walk the more than 179 miles to bring awareness of poverty in North Carolina, think their message will be heard even without a crowd. "I don’t think it matters the number of people who walk," said Mauricelm-Lei Millere of Jacksonville. "Even if just one person made the journey, it’s the publicity that’s given to it that will make a difference." BY ROSELEE PAPANDREA DAILY NEWS STAFF, Jacksonville, North Carolina. 2005.  

Anti-Poverty Campaign Of Arkansas
Two years later, after moving to Arkansas to encourage voters registration drive and preparation to help plan the Arkansas Obama Group For Presidential Election (or AOG; Millere meets Goldi Gaines. Gaines is an AME Minister, hence Evangelist Goldi Gaines, who is pushing an harsh December to feed the poor. Evangelist Gaines and her concern for bread begans their "operation Bread Basket" and an all out fight against Homelessness, Hunger, and Joblessness. it proved to be just what the doctor ordered.(CRAA-Social Affairs Committee/Independent Minority Press Association). https://sites.google.com/site/goldicivilrights2010andbeyond/
Millere gives a fiery speech at a stirring committee in Maysville,Nc at White Oak Missionary Baptist Church. "The African, African Of American Birth, Negro, Pan-African-relative, etc, shall never be free until we demand freedom. The american colonies boycotted and fought for their freedom and independence. Reverend Dr.& Mrs-Martin Luther King Jr., John and Robert F. Kennedy, Mohandas "Mahatma" Ghandi, Nelson Mandela,Minister Malcolm X, and Daisy Baites & "The Little Rock Nine" are but few of many who sacrificed their lives to ensure countless opportunities to millions alive today. These opportunities did not come without individuals willing to suffer and die for them.  

USA JENA 6 PROTEST
 2007-09-21 05:03

Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere (R) of Arkansas, USA rallies other Civil Rights marchers outside of Jena Highs School in Jena, Louisiana, USA on 20 September 2007. Thousands of protesters have gathered in this small town to speak against the imprisonment of the Jena 6. Many are accusing the local government of wrongfully punishing the six teenagers due to them being African-American. EPA/DAN ANDERSON/:  Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere meets Malik Zulu
Shabazz @ the rally for the "Jena Six." Millere is refreshed and impressed by Shabazz's professional character, lancer usage of words, and educational achievements:  Malik Zulu Shabazz (born Paris Lewis in 1968[1]) is an American attorney and the National Chairman of the New Black Panther Party. He is a frequent guest on television talk shows, such as Face the Nation, Meet the Press, The O' Reilly Factor, and Hannity.[2] 

Shabazz was born and raised in Los Angeles, California.[3][4] He graduated from Howard University and Howard Law School.[3] In 1995, while he was a law student, Shabazz ran an unsuccessful campaign for a seat on the Washington, D.C., City Council.[4][5]

In 1996, Shabazz founded Black Lawyers for Justice.[1] In 1998, he was recognized by the National Bar Association with its "Young Lawyer of the Year" award.[6] Later that year, he again ran without success for a seat on the D.C. Council.[6]  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malik_Zulu_Shabazz

 
Trouble In Paradise: Is Cointelpro Interested In Dr. Millere? White racist, Threats against Civil Rights Advocacy Association, Threats against America's First African President & Family.Facing The Challenge"Dr. Millere seems very disappointed with what is happening around the country. It is as if his eyes were openned for the very first time. In many ways I discovered that he had been blind to real change and the cost of true freedom. The horrible truth that we discussed, along with active members of the campaign, was that our lives could be taken any minute. He began to research the history of leaders of the past, their betrayers betrayals, and their deaths; through books, internet, analyzations, bibles, holy inscriptions of the Kings, The Book of Josiah, The Life of Jesus and His Apostles, Julius Ceasar, Cleopatra. In the same breath he studied the life Of Medgar Evers, (late)President John F. Kennedy, (late) Senator Robert Kennedy, (late) Minister Malcolm X (Elhadj Malik El-Shabazz), Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, his mentor/confidant "Mother" Coretta Scott-King, Huey P. Newton-Long, and Stokley Carmichael (Kwame Toure). He began to study organization, their internal tourmoils and their, "Judas Factors" as he referred to them, betrayers or betrayals. The SCLC, NOI, The Black Panther Party,  US Government and Governments around the world. But what really depressed him was to understand that these people, these organizations, These governments were betrayed by people from within and infiltrators, no less. Tearfully, he said, "Our President is in danger!, the entire African nation is in danger!, And all freedom loving people are in danger."  Evangelist Goldi Gaines explains the statement, "A man awakened by his times!" Independent African Press 2009.

Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere diagnose John Allen Muhammad as an Manic Aggressive Personality Disorder (or MAPD).    He explains it as an illness isolated, particularly, to Africans or "Africans born in America" communities
, experiencing mental, behavioral, or social illness due to slavery and/or post-traumatic slave experiences. "MAP" causes blacks to, spontaneously, inflict violence on themselves, an oppressor, suspected threats, or non-threats. "MAP"  can be witnessed in black communities, especially in America, but is becoming common against "whites" and "so-called Jews" https://sites.google.com/site/manicaframer/

  "This is only the beginning! America and the world, will witness acts like these become all too familiar from blacks, due to past and present seeds of violence inflicted upon blacks worldwide!"  Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere - Black Nationalist Network Press Conference January 15, 2003.


 The Washington sniper attacks took place during three weeks in October 2002 inWashington, D.C.Maryland, and Virginia. Ten people were killed and three others critically injured in various locations throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area and along Interstate 95 in Virginia. It was widely speculated that a single sniper was using the Capital Beltway for travel, possibly in a white van or truck. It was later learned that the rampage was perpetrated by one man, John Allen Muhammad, and one minor, Lee Boyd Malvo, driving a blue 1990 Chevrolet Caprice sedan, and had apparently begun the month before with murders and robbery in Louisiana andAlabama, which had resulted in three deaths.[1]

In September 2003, Muhammad was sentenced to death. One month later, Malvo was sentenced to six consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole. On November 10, 2009, Muhammad was executed by lethal injection.