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The Black Liberation Struggle:What Really Happened after The 60s And What Did Not


The masses answered this question, unmistakably. People rebelled in hundreds of American cities,25 and the revolutionary stance of leaders like...

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  • The St. Louis Prosecutor Went After the Establishment. Now the Tables Are Turned.

    The St. Louis Prosecutor Went After the Establishment. Now the Tables Are Turned.

    Kimberly Gardner was one of a wave of prosecutors who promised to change the system. For them, winning election was the easy part.
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  • The Rules of Engagement: The code of White supremacy

    The Rules of Engagement: The code of White supremacy


    Strategies Your Enemy will Use as Means to Divide and Destroy


    If you have not noticed by now, Black people are at war! Black men and boys are dying. Black women and girls are destroying themselves mentally and physically. If you are a Black African, whether you are from America, South America, in the Caribbean, in the southern part of Asia, or the African continent, you are targeted as the enemy of white supremacy. You must become aware that we are at war. Understand military
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  • South Africa: Post Apartheid Truth

    South Africa: Post Apartheid Truth

    The job of oppression is never complete until the oppressed become the oppressors.–Paulo Freire.
    When you think about South Africa two issues define its political, economic and cultural landscape; race and wealth disparity. Almost everything else is an outcrop of those two forces. If South Africa is one of the most beautiful and richest countries in Africa it is a beauty and wealth experienced by a minority of the people within its borders. If South Africa has fast internet, beautiful roads, nice game parks, low house prices, luxury malls, all of this is most experience by a minority. The prosperity of South Africa is vulgarly disproportionately divided. Without knowing much about South Africa what do you think when you hear South Africa? Especially in terms of its greatest challenges? I mean there is the legacy of apartheid and the wealth divide between White settlers and the native people. South Africa has made itself the poster child of xenophobia. There is massive crime problem, there is a serious crisis of morals, there are fatherless homes, rampant social issues, there is a massive educational problem, there is electricity issues. Where in the world does "securing our border" factor into all of this?
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  • Boycott Mentality

    Boycott Mentality


    Hide nothing from the masses of our people. Tell no lies. Expose lies whenever they are told. Mask no difficulties, mistakes, failures. Claim no easy victories –Cabral

    Boycotting is a form of dissent which is visible and immediate. It appears to bring instant results for those without power. But does boycotting work? Is it the only means of dissent for African people? Is marching and singing in 2019 the most progressive form of being heard? Where is our economic muscle when all
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  • OPINION: The unsettling meanings of coloured identity and why it should be challenged

    OPINION: The unsettling meanings of coloured identity and why it should be challenged


    Family I ran across this post and I just like to share this with you if have the time give me your comment on this blog.

    I was born with the sand of the Namib Desert between my toes and grew up in Upington, where the mighty Orange River flows a stone's throw away from the town centre.

    I remember as a teenager how excited my cousins and I would get when our neighbours across the street had family visiting. The reason for our enthusiasm would often be because the visitors
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  • Did You Know that “Negro History Week”was the Root of “Black History Month”?



    The month of February is considered “Black History Month” across the United States. But it had a much earlier predecessor called “Negro History Week”. This recognition was the brainchild of an African-American historian, Dr. Carter G. Woodson. He is considered by many to be the “Father of Black History.”

    Carter Godwin Woodson was born on December 19, 1875 in New Canton, VA. He was the fourth of seven children.

    As a young child growing up, he worked as a sharecropper...
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  • The Resurgence of New Afrikan Identity

    The Resurgence of New Afrikan Identity

    I am not colored, Negro, Afro-American, African-American, nor any other identifying appellation or abstract term historically imposed upon me.

    Nor are people that look like me. Black people in the U.S. are “New Afrikans,” and I’m going to tell you why.


    In 1968 at a conference convened by the Malcolm X Society and the Group on Advanced Leadership (GOAL) in Detroit, more than 500 black nationalists - including Queen Mother Moore, Betty Shabazz, Jamil al-Amin, Maulana...
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  • Race in Ancient Egypt: Black Pharaohs?

    Race in Ancient Egypt: Black Pharaohs?


    Race in Ancient Egypt is one of the most polarized ongoing historical debates. But very few give the discussion a progressive treatment. And any treatment of this contentious discussion must discuss contemporary politics, sociology and historical reality thosands of years ago without contaminating it with our 21st century politics.

    As people of African descent and others assert their definitions of self in an effort to create a national consciousness, European academia belittles
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  • 8 Signs You’re a Slave Instead of an Employee

    8 Signs You’re a Slave Instead of an Employee

    Literal slavery is a horrible practice that still persists into the modern age. But, I want to talk about another form of human exploitation–employment slavery, which can also ruin a person’s life. Generally, I consider this a self-inflicted slavery because it’s ultimately a person’s choice to work under such conditions—but I also understand that brainwashing can occur, creating the illusion that there’s no way out.



    Slavery (in general) exists because of the inclination
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  • The Psychology of Being Afrikan-Centered and What That Really Means

    The Psychology of Being Afrikan-Centered and What That Really Means

    Now that some of us are claiming to have begun to study Afrikan-Centered information, when will we, as individuals begin to look at ourselves, study ourselves, and our own mentality and behavior? When are we, as individuals, going to own our ‘sh**’. If we are being honest, we must look at the ‘person in the mirror’. First of all, we must study the self. Many of us go around, after watching a few ‘youtube’ videos and all of a sudden we know everything. Many of us haven’t picked up one book by any...
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