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Fannie Lou Hamer’s Dauntless Fight for Black Americans’ Right to Vote


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Mental Slavery | The Real Unbreakable Chains


WORSE THAN PHYSICAL CHAINS

Throughout history many nations have suffered a physical defeat, but that has never marked the end of a nation. But when a nation has become the victim of a psychological defeat, then that marks the end of a nation. –Ibn Khaldun, Al-Muqaddimah


Mental slavery is a state of mind where discerning between liberation and enslavement is twisted. Where one becomes trapped by misinformation about self and the world. So someone can claim to be conscious,
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    Welcome To AfRaKa.com

    Welcome To AfRaKa.com
    This Website and Community is built on the Seven Afrakan Principles of Living - The Nguzo Saba.

    This site is dedicated to the Memory of our Worthy Afrakan Ancestors; and the in-gathering of the people.
    Afraka.com is a Forum and Networking site committed to the holistic development and sustainability of the AfRaKan Family & Community while connecting the AfRaKan People locally and throughout the Diaspora. Because of people like you, Afraka.com
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    Last edited by Tariq; 09-19-2022, 06:11 PM.

  • Was Slavery a Factor in the Second Amendment?

    Was Slavery a Factor in the Second Amendment?



    ​A detail from a 19th-century illustration depicting a slave revolt in Virginia.Credit...MPI/Getty Images

    Every mass shooting, like the most recent at Santa Fe High School in Texas that left 10 people dead, reignites a passionate debate over the Second Amendment. For many Americans, if there is an image that comes to mind when they think about that amendment, it is the musket in the hands of minutemen at Lexington and Concord.

    A dramatic but little-known
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  • Did Integration Hurt Black Neighborhoods

    Did Integration Hurt Black Neighborhoods

    ABIBIFAHODIE! Nubian Sisters and Brothers.
    In my opinion definitely integration hurt black communities the proof is look at our neighborhood today no social economic growth and I neighborhoods are deteriorating fast other nationalities are establishing businesses in our communities and we have none.

    We need to come up with Solutions on rebuilding not only our neighborhoods we also need to start on building strong Economic Unity!
    Reporter Eugene Robinson's got a more nuanced explanation.
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  • Black Codes. Reconstruction

    Black Codes. Reconstruction

    ABIBIFAHODIE! My Nubian Brothers and Sisters.

    We hope you find this information very important to understand the Black Codes and understand what they would really all about.
    Southern states enacted black codes after the Civil War to prevent African Americans from achieving political and economic autonomy.
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  • "A Black Holocaust in America" The Tulsa Race Riot of 1921

    "A Black Holocaust in America" The Tulsa Race Riot of 1921

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    fully exposed on this site. Learn how over 15,000 Black people were left homeless, then run out of town and thousands were killed or wounded by fellow white Americans on May 31st, and June 1st in 1921.
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  • 13th Amendment - Black History

    13th Amendment - Black History

    Find out more about the history of 13th Amendment, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on HISTORY.com
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  • A Dialectical Approach to Culture

    A Dialectical Approach to Culture

    seku ture, sekou toure, guinea, Union of African States, Africa, Pan-Africa, African nation, pan-africanism, nationalism
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  • Pan-African Perspective

    Pan-African Perspective

    ABIBIFAHODIE! Family please take the time and read and study what is being said about pan-african let's do our best to strive for these goals in our black communities!
    Excerpts from Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s speeches, quotes and books, from Consciencism and Neo-Colonialism to class struggle in Africa are presented.
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    Last edited by AYAN; 04-20-2018, 09:27 AM.

  • 14TH AMENDMENT The Purpose

    14TH AMENDMENT The Purpose

    The 14th Amendment & how it allowed the re-slaving of Slaves right after the Civil War & Reconstruction was started. I'm familiar with this. The Black Codes. These laws are still on the books and black lawyers haven't done one thing about them.

    Whites are actually using the 14 amendment against blacks claiming reverse discrimination when the sole purpose of the Law & why it was written was for blacks.
    Find out more about the history of 14th Amendment, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on HISTORY.com
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  • Who Was Winnie Mandela?

    Who Was Winnie Mandela?

    Winnie Mandela was the controversial wife of Nelson Mandela who spent her life in varying governmental roles.
    Explore the scandalous life and politics of Winnie Mandela, the former wife of Nelson Mandela, at Biography.com.
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