There are four ways to deal with White Supremacists institutions and systems: Just Deal with it This is what most of us do. We just accept the way things are and learn how to deal with it. So, ask yourself: how is that working for you? Change the Game This is what the Civil Rights … Continue reading Learn the Rules, then Change the Game
From Cuba with Love: Free Medical School Scholarships for Black and Latino Students by BILLIE1225 Did you know that in 2000 Fidel Castro announced that Cuba would provide FREE medical school training to hundreds of low-income Blacks and Latinos? I didn't hink so.
The Indispensable Nation? by William Astore We just have to follow the money to see who benefits financially with the expansion of America's defense budget. Defense companies will continue to reap the financial benefits of wars and an expanded defense budget. Investment banks will benefit from the financing of defense companies. With a current budget … Continue reading The Indispensable Nation?
The Racial Slur Database I didn't even know this existed. Read up on what other ethnicities may be calling you and don't spend your money with businesses that disrespect you and don't support your community.
Umoja Karamu by Carletta Denise Umoja Karamu, meaning “unity feast” in Swahili, is an African-American celebration that was created in 1971 by Dr. Edward Sims, Jr.
the pull of nationalism and the drift from king by fabiorojas A very good article about the Civil Rights Movement (CRM) and how teenagers perceive it, how a lot of people equate non-violence with passivity (when it's not), and how nationalism (Black Power) has more appeal than CRM.
A Brief History of Slavery and the Origins of American Policing by Victor E. Kappeler, Ph.D. A very good overview of the connection between slavery and the development of the American police department. We need to understand His-story or else we are doomed to repeat it. We must protect ourselves from those institutions that are … Continue reading A Brief History of Slavery and the Origins of American Policing