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Re: Radiated Milk Sold In Black Neighborhoods : The Art of Slow Genocide

Kocolicious ·
This is one of the reasons why I don't drink milk. I used to back in the day when it was some what "pure." But diary products are not good for blacks. It is my belief that diary and meat contributes to cancer in black people cuz we don't usually eat meat or drink milk in Africa. Welllll prior to massa contact we didn't. Now since many Africans are starving today ...they tend to eat whatever available. Massa on the other hand eat whatever he . hunts good or bad. As why he doesn't live long. But!
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Re: Radiated Milk Sold In Black Neighborhoods : The Art of Slow Genocide

Jalil ·
When the S.A.D. (Standard American Diet) was introduced in Samoa and Mexico, Diabetes went up 800% Sugar, no fooling, is a drug! Now, when folks went from eating rice and beans to genocidal fast food, cancer rates went up among African-Americans. Genocidal fast food is highly addictive. Even the POTUS sometimes eats it. How hard it to only eat what is is good for your body? Very!!! But worth it - to whatever degree any person can do it!
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Re: Radiated Milk Sold In Black Neighborhoods : The Art of Slow Genocide

Kocolicious ·
You are soooooooo right my brotha! During slavery, the plantation that processed canes was called the Queen's sugar because of the addiction the British had. The discovery of the sugar cane sprung plantations up all over the Caribbeans mainly because of European's sweet tooth and the need for it in their "tea." It is their diet actually that is killing us. And I am not surprised to hear how developing countries that followed the standard of America are now suffering. I remember back in the...
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Re: Radiated Milk Sold In Black Neighborhoods : The Art of Slow Genocide

homie ·
Sunnubian , you’re from Harlem? I grew up in Flushing Queens (the IRT number 7 train to main street Flushing). I grew up in Bland Projects which was the ghetto then now it’s the straight up HOOD which of course means murder is how its done today! Neither of my parents saw 60 years of age, both died in the projects along with a host of others I grew up with. It seems like those who remained in the projects died young, those who escaped to the Southern States or West coast survived!! kraaal
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Re: Radiated Milk Sold In Black Neighborhoods : The Art of Slow Genocide

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by homie: Sunnubian , you’re from Harlem? I grew up in Flushing Queens (the IRT number 7 train to main street Flushing). I grew up in Bland Projects which was the ghetto then now it’s the straight up HOOD which of course means murder is how its done today! Neither of my parents saw 60 years of age, both died in the projects along with a host of others I grew up with. It seems like those who remained in the projects died young, those who escaped to the Southern States or...
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Re: Radiated Milk Sold In Black Neighborhoods : The Art of Slow Genocide

sunnubian ·
P.S.: Excuse me if I drifted.
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Re: Radiated Milk Sold In Black Neighborhoods : The Art of Slow Genocide

Fabulous ·
Originally Posted by Jalil: When the S.A.D. (Standard American Diet) was introduced in Samoa and Mexico, Diabetes went up 800% Sugar, no fooling, is a drug! Now, when folks went from eating rice and beans to genocidal fast food, cancer rates went up among African-Americans. Genocidal fast food is highly addictive. Even the POTUS sometimes eats it. How hard it to only eat what is is good for your body? Very!!! But worth it - to whatever degree any person can do it! I totally agree with your...
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Re: Radiated Milk Sold In Black Neighborhoods : The Art of Slow Genocide

homie ·
Absolutely Sunnubian , just keep on posting! kraaal
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Re: James Baldwin’s ‘I Am Not Your Negro’ will prepare you for the next four years

DennisKalita ·
where & when | http://www.magpictures.com/iam...urnegro/get-tickets/
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Re: James Baldwin’s ‘I Am Not Your Negro’ will prepare you for the next four years

sunnubian ·
Re: James Baldwin’s ‘I Am Not Your Negro’ will prepare you for the next four years
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Re: James Baldwin’s ‘I Am Not Your Negro’ will prepare you for the next four years

sunnubian ·
NOTE: I'm sure it was supposed to be titled, "I'm not your nigger" , but they probably had to say "I'm not your Negro " for political correctness
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Re: The Occupy Movement, Gentrification and Black America’s Ancient Struggle

Xumbrarchist ·
And no discussion of cars and automobiles. How many Americans could have homes paid for if trillions had not been wasted on cars designed to become obsolete? But that brings up the issue of understanding technology to know if the cars are designed to become obsolete or not. But too often we just look at technology from the outside and only know as much as some palefaces decide to tell us. Xum
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Born to Rise: One woman's mission to reform education

EbonyRose ·
Born to Rise: One woman's mission to reform education Visit msnbc.com for breaking news , world news , and news about the economy (In a new book, the founder of Harlem Village Academies recounts how she set out to prove that a good school can turn any kid around. NBC's Brian Williams reports.) By Shoshana Guy NBC News In the weeks after her husband died of leukemia, leaving her with three small children to raise, Deborah Kenny sought solace in books. “After he died I, like most people,...
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The Occupy Movement, Gentrification and Black America’s Ancient Struggle

sunnubian ·
The Occupy Movement, Gentrification and Black America’s Ancient Struggle Wed, 12/07/2011 - 14:32 — Glen Ford Occupy Harlem | gentrification | Occupy Wall Street | occupy everywere Printer-friendly version by BAR executive editor Glen Ford The Occupy Wall Street movement faces challenges of relevance, and permanence, that must be addressed this winter. Most importantly, and like all American social movements, it must come to grips with the overarching issue of race. “Black people require that...
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Surgeon who once saved MLK’s life dies in NY at 95

sunnubian ·
Surgeon who once saved MLK’s life dies in NY at 95 by David B. Caruso, Associated Press | January 6, 2014 at 10:51 AM Comments 2 This Sept. 28, 2012 photo provided by NYC Health and Hospitals Corp. shows John W.V. Cordice at the Harlem Hospital Center in New York, where he had been an attending surgeon and chief of thoracic surgery. Cordice, the surgeon who was part of the medical team that saved Martin Luther King Jr. from a nearly fatal stab wound in 1958 has died at the age of 95.
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Radiated Milk Sold In Black Neighborhoods : The Art of Slow Genocide

sunnubian ·
Radiated Milk Sold In Black Neighborhoods : The Art of Slow Genocide JANUARY 26, 2014 BY WYMS 6 COMMENTS in today’s “social commentary”… It is not often that this MadMan is taken aback .. especially by something I already suspected/knew… but sometimes seeing the proof or having it validated can still render shock, disgust and in this case grief. I always wondered about the high rates of cancer and diabetes in my neighborhood, and in other Black neighborhoods. These diseases are not inherent...
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The Color of Money : How Skin Color Factors Into Victim Restitution

sunnubian ·
The Color of Money : How Skin Color Factors Into Victim Restitution AUGUST 2, 2013 BY WYMS 1 COMMENT in today’s “bad news”…. I was reading a VERY long and involved article from the American Journal today that spoke on how victims are compensated after a tragedy. We all know how it goes.. On 9/11 Americans broke out their wallets and a fund was created for the victims in the millions. After the Newton tragedy, private donors made sure funds in the millions were available to help the families.
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Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

sunnubian ·
Questioneverything Arthur (Arturo) Schomburg was born in San Juan, PR, on Jan. 24, 1874, to a mother from St. Croix, Virgin Islands, with African roots, and a white father with German roots. He was educated in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. When Schomburg moved to New York from Puerto Rico at the age of 17, he was stung by the remark of a teacher who told him that “Negroes have no history.” That prompted the young black man to dedicate his life to proving the teacher wrong. Schomburg we...
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Stop-and-Frisk Under Fire

sunnubian ·
Stop-and-Frisk Under Fire Nation in the News <abbr class="published" title="2013-05-02T10:33:47-14400">on May 2, 2013 - 10:33 AM ET</abbr> On June 3, 2011, when two undercover cops performed a stop-and-frisk in Harlem on a teenager named Alvin, the 16-year-old recorded the audio of the entire encounter. On the recording, the police berate Alvin with racially charged language and threaten to arrest him “for being a f**king mutt.” Appearing on ABC Nightline, filmmakers Erin...
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Rodman tells North Korea's Kim Jong-un: you have a friend for life

sunnubian ·
Rodman tells North Korea's Kim Jong-un: you have a friend for lifeFlamboyant US basketball star watches Harlem Globetrotters with leader on visit to North KoreaShare446inShare1 EmailAssociated Press in Seoulguardian.co.uk,Friday 1 March 2013 07.46...
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Fellowshipping With Positive Black People

sunnubian ·
Fellowshipping With Positive Black People November 7, 2013 | Filed under: Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff A. Peter Bailey AFRICANGLOBE – It is always an immense pleasure to fellowship with positive Black people, a time when the “I just happen to be Black” types are totally absent. I recently had that experience at two events — attending the Ron Walters Legacy Conference at Howard University and lecturing on Harlem at the John Henrik Clarke House in the country’s most famous...
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James Baldwin’s ‘I Am Not Your Negro’ will prepare you for the next four years

sunnubian ·
BEARING WITNESS 2 / 3 / 17 12:23 PM James Baldwin’s ‘I Am Not Your Negro’ will prepare you for the next four years To declare James Baldwin’s words and work “otherworldly” is a reasonable temptation. It seems like there is no other public intellectual who has written about race so prophetically. In The Fire Next Time from 1963, Baldwin wrote: “To act is to be committed, and to be committed is to be in danger. In this case, the danger, in the minds of most white Americans, is the loss of...
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Did You Know This Black Woman’s Sculpture of Pres. Roosevelt Is on Every Dime?

sunnubian ·
Did You Know This Black Woman’s Sculpture of Pres. Roosevelt Is on Every Dime? By Tanasia Kenney - March 2, 2017 0 110 Selma Burke never received credit for her portrait of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, which was later featured on the U.S. dime. That’s right. The image of former President Franklin D. Roosevelt you see on the common American dime was adapted from a sculpture commissioned by African-American sculptor, Selma Hortense Burke. Burke, a renowned artist and educator who founded...
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Residents Are Pissed By Gentrifiers Intention To Rename Harlem Area To ‘SoHa.’

sunnubian ·
BLACK POLITICS Residents Are Pissed By Gentrifiers Intention To Rename Harlem Area To ‘SoHa.’ 135 SHARES Facebook Twitter By Moses Kamuiru. South Harlem It has been the idea of white Americans that calling lower Harlem area Soha is a brilliant idea. Developers and real estate agents thought that they could come into the bottom area of Harlem and dub it “SoHa,” short for South Harlem. As far as residents are concerned, they thought wrong. NY1 reports that developers want to refer to the area...
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Re: Did You Know This Black Woman’s Sculpture of Pres. Roosevelt Is on Every Dime?

Kocolicious ·
See? I didn't know that. You see what they keep from us? And this was in the forties. This is why Trump wants to dismantle education. So we won't know how effective we have been to this country even when we weren't considered citizens and couldn't vote. I bet there are a lot more contributions about us they are keeping secret. But!
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Re: Rodman tells North Korea's Kim Jong-un: you have a friend for life

RadioRaheem ·
they deserve each other. Two braindead losers
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Re: Stop-and-Frisk Under Fire

RadioRaheem ·
clearly, this is a violation of the 4th Amendment, but I guess that only apply to white folks
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Re: Fellowshipping With Positive Black People

Kocolicious ·
Wow! I was compelled a few months ago...maybe closer to 11 months to implement a "positive black people" task force in my community as a way to move forward into another venue to help our children acquire self-sufficiency without wearing myself out and by utilizing a "dream team approach." Its easier said than done. However, I am impressed by those positive black folks coming out of the wood works to participate in shifting the fate of our youth. This is not an instant do it right now...
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