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Ethiopian Trail Of Tears?

sunnubian ·
<h6 class="node-title"> </h6><h6 class="node-title"> Ethiopia: Forced Relocations Bring Hunger, Hardship </h6> <h6 class="node-subtitle">Donor Funds Should Not Facilitate Abuse of Indigenous Groups</h6> January 16, 2012 The new village of Bildak in Ethiopia's Gambella region, which the semi-nomadic Nuer who were forcibly transferred there quickly abandoned in May 2011 because there was no water source for their cattle. © 2011 Human Rights Watch...
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Sudan: Bombardment of Civilians in Blue Nile and South Kordofan

sunnubian ·
Sudan: Bombardment of Civilians in Blue Nile and South KordofanDecember 10, 2012   Introduction: Since September 2011, Sudanese government forces have bombed indiscriminately across Blue Nile State, spreading palpable fear among...
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Re: Ethiopian Trail Of Tears?

Kocolicious ·
My heart CRIES for all of Africa. The most intelligent continent on earth has been reduced to enhumane conditions as a direct result of COLONIALISM and the Islam and Christian crusades. I don't think Africa will be able to pull outta this spiral despair in my lifetime. It is sooooooooooo much. Ethiopia is just one country upon many that is reaping the woes of this tragic historic trail...which is all to common. I pray EVERY DAY....for Mother Africa. She has been RAPED, sexually mutilated and...
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Paris, Orlando and Turkey: Displacing the Narrative of Western Innocence

sunnubian ·
Blogs » Ajamu Baraka's blog Paris, Orlando and Turkey: Displacing the Narrative of Western Innocence Submitted by Ajamu Baraka on Tue, 06/28/2016 - 17:13 U.S. Aids Jihadists Share this story... Forward Print HTML Reddit Viadeo in Share by BAR editor and columnist Ajamu Baraka Far from innocent, the U.S. is complicit in ISIS outrages through its longstanding “strategy to bolster Islamic jihadist forces working with and through Turkey, the Saudi’s, and other Gulf monarchs and repressive...
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How Gentrification Is Undermining the Notion of Black Community and Destroying Black Businesses

sunnubian ·
How Gentrification Is Undermining the Notion of Black Community and Destroying Black Businesses By Frederick Reese - June 20, 2017 Bedstuy is one of the communities that have been significantly changed by gentrification. (Courtesy: Wikimedia) Lori Shepherd is an African-American small-business owner in Oakland, Calif. Shepherd’s story is becoming an increasingly familiar one for urban Blacks. “Due to Uber’s decision to move within two blocks of my shared office space, and the construction...
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Re: How Gentrification Is Undermining the Notion of Black Community and Destroying Black Businesses

sunnubian ·
gentrification Definition The process of wealthier residents moving to an area, and the changes that occur due to the influx of wealth. As wealthier inhabitants move into an area that is already populated with lower-income residents, the neighborhood begins to change as well. Often this will spark an urban renewal process, which cleans up the town, but often leads to an increase in rent, taxes, and other items. Sometimes this change means that the previous residents can no longer afford to...
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Momentum ·
But they don't. Some years ago a Black architect business bought a building and needed furniture and the furniture company sent a Black lady to make a deal on the furniture they were interested in and the Black owned architect company ask to replace the Black lady with a white person. Some Black people think they are too good for Black people. The furniture company is a Jewish owned company and they were very puzzled why these Black professionals wanted a white person since it is the...
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Re: How Gentrification Is Undermining the Notion of Black Community and Destroying Black Businesses

sunnubian ·
It's still incredible just how brainwashed and socially conditioned into Stockholm Syndrome some Black people are. It's really amazing. Black people like that are a literal case study into the duration of brainwashing and social conditioning.
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