The Killing of Korryn Gaines: More than Meets the Eye

The Killing of Korryn Gaines: More than Meets the Eye Blacks have a tendency to view everything through a superficial lens, and this proclivity to gravitate towards simplicity in lieu of lucidity often leaves us gravely misinformed. While the vast majority of Blacks will readily admit that there is a …

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Police Officer Alleges Cover-up in Sandra Bland Case

Police Officer Alleges Cover-up in Sandra Bland Case He claims that facts in her favor were omitted from the final report. 07/26/2016 08:38 pm ET | Michael McLaughlin, Reporter | Courtesy of the Huffington Post Police Officer Alleges Cover-up in Sandra Bland Case TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY HANDOUT/REUTERSFootage from a …

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Blacks Seeing Beyond Media Distractions

The Importance of Blacks Seeing Beyond Media Distractions There following commentary was forwarded to me by a close friend who is very active in the Black community, as well as a very successful business person. For a number of reasons, they asked me to publish the follow treatise under my …

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The Failure of Black Pastors to Empower Blacks

The Failure of Black Pastors to Empower Blacks <meta http-equiv=”X-Frame-Options” content=”DENY” /> The Failure of Black Pastors to Empower Blacks The Failure of Black Pastors to Empower Blacks ~ “Okay, I am probably going to tick off a lot of people here, but that has never stopped me before. A …

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Freedom Rider: Gavin Long’s Last Words

Freedom Rider: Gavin Long’s Last Words

Freedom Rider: Gavin Long’s Last Words | Black Agenda Report by BAR editor and senior columnist Margaret Kimberley | Courtesy of the Black Agenda Report So-called “responsible” Black folks may dismiss the young Black veteran gunmen of Dallas and Baton Rouge as deranged, but who are really “the crazy ones” …

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Co-opting Black Brilliance

Co-opting Black Brilliance

Akala: Dynamite by any other name… Co-opting Black Brilliance Rapper, adapter of Shakespeare and brother of Ms Dynamite, Akala is on a mission to correct a few misconceptions… By Kate Mossman |Courtesy of the Guardian | Saturday, 1 June 2013 | 19.05 EDT | Last modified on Sunday 2 June 2013 …

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Psychological Warfare Against Blacks: Propaganda as Racist Weapon

Psychological Warfare Against Blacks: Propaganda as Racist Weapon Propaganda as Racist Weapon ~ Due to a lack of understanding as it pertains to psychological warfare, and the use of media-sponsored negative propaganda, Blacks tend to expose themselves to harmful stimuli that is disguised as entertainment and news. We, as a …

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African American Trauma: More than Meets the Eye

African American Trauma: More than Meets the Eye   African American Trauma When I am addressing the current condition of the Black collective in America, and I mention “intergenerational transmission of trauma,” as it is associated with the slavery experience, I will generally meet a nullifidan response. Basically, individuals who …

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The Danger of Superficial Knowledge in the Black Struggle

The Danger of Superficial Knowledge in the Black Struggle <meta http-equiv=”X-Frame-Options” content=”DENY” /> The Danger of Superficial Knowledge in the Black Struggle The Danger of Superficial Knowledge in the Black Struggle ~ You know, it is actually okay to not comment on topics that you are not educated on, academically or …

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Baton Rouge Police Execute Alton Sterling in Public

Baton Rouge Police Execute Alton Sterling in Public   Police Execute Alton Sterling Police Execute Alton Sterling ~ I want to start this article off by elucidating my position, and the grounds from which I write and speak on the death of Alton Sterling, and so many other unarmed Black …

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