The Assembled Community
Then obtain four from the birds inclining them to you, then place on every mountain a portion from it. Every possessor of wings that swim (or float) in the air, birds as travelers and riders that fly with two wings in assemblies arranged in formation. The possessors of wings flying in the air of other people gathered in order and rank, and to bring together an assembled group of birds for studying.
Not an animal that flies on its wings is but a community like yours. Not like that assembled by African Americans, a people blindly subservient to someone other than their own selves, because we fail to seek the guidance to advance our own community life which contributes to our own fate.