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Kocolicious ·
Very Very Good Story!!!! I like it. And I totally agree. It despicts very solid conscious reasons to vote[especially if you are black]. Makes historical sense to me. Good lookin out my sista
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EbonyRose ·
....... OH YEAH!!! That was WAY cool!!
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EbonyRose ·
And you know .... although during his first candidacy I opposed the idea of voting for the President "just because he was Black" .... over the past four years (and in no small part due to the advocacy of Ms. Koco's unwavering and enthusiastic support! ) .... I've come to change my stance on that!!! For all those people (especially the youngun's) who really DID vote for the President the first time "just because he was Black" ..... I've come to believe that it wasn't a bad thing at all!! Or...
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Kocolicious ·
This is one of the reasons why I ADMIRE you so much my sista....cuz you have the integrity to admit when you have changed your position on something you were passionate about and learn something from it. I tip my hat to your "unwavering" dignity as a "black" person. Cuz that's all it has been for me. To see someone who look like me or look like one of my sons taking charge of our nation. It gave me proof and visual evidence to the hoodrat hoodlums I teach that you can BE whatever YOU...
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Yemaya ·
Yes he's all that, but what about doing something for the 95% who voted for you?
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Kocolicious ·
Patience my sista....patience. It's a virtue you know. Slavery wasn't over in a day.... the mentality of it takes a little longer. Social evolution is a subtle curve. As a matter of fact, it's HAPPENING right NOW!!!! Just keep the faith.
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Re: How Can We Ensure Transparency and Integrity at the Intersection of Science and Policy Making

Xumbrarchist ·
Our scientists have an integrity problem with 9/11. Is it OK for physicists to say NOTHING about a simple Newtonian Physics problem? Sure, no one can accuse them of lying if they say nothing. Xum
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Re: The Racist History Of The Charter School Movement

Norland ·
We as "Africans" in America should receive the Congressional Medal of Honor for 500 year endurance of the racial insanity that has forever been thrown our way.
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Re: The Racist History Of The Charter School Movement

GoodMan ·
Most of these movements that involve us and gaining steam such as the biracial movement or as I like to call it, the partitioning of the African race and the shutting down public schools in place of charters and entire redistricting, has to do with White people running away from Blackness... whch is fast. White women wanted a Black man, but didn't want their kids to be African American, so they pushed for biracial and one, two or more races...even though African American and Black never...
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This Is Something Else African Americans Don't Get In Our Quest To Mimic Everyone Else

sunnubian ·
Questioneverything Q. Do y'all realize that before integration our schools were producing chemist, scientist, mathematicians, botanist, engineers, educators, inventors, physicians, used apple crates for chairs and the teachers primary motivation wasn't money but was love? ''Sometimes you don't see what you have till it's gone.''-OK17 <form action="https://www.facebook.com/ajax/ufi/modify.php" class="commentable_item hidden_add_comment collapsed_comments" data-ft="{"tn":"]"}"...
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TOO REAL NOT TO RE-POST:

sunnubian ·
TOO REAL NOT TO REPOST: "PLEASE READ!!!!!!!THIS IS DEEP!" Just Because He's Black (author unknown): A WHITE MAN asked his BLACK FRIEND " Are you going to vote for Barack Obama just because he's black?" The Black man responded by saying, "Why not? Hell...
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Was Integration a Good Thing for Black People? Probably Not

sunnubian ·
Was Integration a Good Thing for Black People? Probably Not March 12, 2013 | Filed under: Editorial , Featured | Posted by: Editorial_Staff Integration has destroyed Black economic independence AFRICANGLOBE – This week, I took a visit to Atlanta and once again stopped by the birth home of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I reached back into the life of Dr. King to understand what made him great, and what we must do to continue the extraordinary work that he and his colleagues began so many years...
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How Can We Ensure Transparency and Integrity at the Intersection of Science and Policy Making

sunnubian ·
How Can We Ensure Transparency and Integrity at the Intersection of Science and Policy Making Ask a Scientist - February 2013 This month, Senior Staff Writer Seth Shulman conducted a Q & A session with Francesca Grifo, UCS Senior Scientist and Science Policy Fellow, about best practices to ensure transparency and integrity at the intersection of science and policy making. SS : You and your team worked hard to get the Obama administration to implement stricter scientific integrity...
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Re: Was Integration a Good Thing for Black People? Probably Not

Philippe ·
The Myth of Integration You are listening to a live recording of "Science of Nuwaupu class taught by Wepwawet Saw Zhahuti Atum-Re (Ali York)
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Re: This Is Something Else African Americans Don't Get In Our Quest To Mimic Everyone Else

Kocolicious ·
Not to tell my age....but! That's part of the era I grew up in where teachers taught cuz they LOVED it! And it wasn't about money either. Sometimes teachers would spend their own money to ensure that their students got everything they needed to attend class. That's why it is sooooooo shocking to me to hear about teachers sexually abusing their students, trying to go with 'em, saying off the wall things to 'em...the whole nine yards that would NEVER happen in my day. And the article is right.
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Sweet Auburn Avenue Atlanta, Georgia USA A History from 1880-1960

sunnubian ·
Sweet Auburn Avenue Atlanta, Georgia USA A History from 1880-1960 1940- Peachtree and Auburn Avenue Sweet Auburn Avenue Atlanta, Georgia USA A History from 1880-1960 Prolog More financial institutions, professionals, educators, entertainers and politicians were on this one mile of street than any other African American street in the South. The street was "paved in gold" observed John Wesley Dobbs. Today the buildings on Auburn Avenue honor the determination and tenacity of Black Americans...
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FROM THE BOOK OF MALCOLM X

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Legal Equalizer App May Save Your Life When Pulled Ove

sunnubian ·
Legal Equalizer App May Save Your Life When Pulled Over Sandra Bland's death inspired the creation of a potentially life saving app by Samara Lynn Posted: July 6, 2016 (Source: gofundme.com) Seeing the video of the arrest of Sandra Bland—the Texas woman found hanged in a jail cell on July 13 after she was arrested for a minor traffic violation— was life-changing for Mbye Njie. [Related: [REPORT] Majority of African Americans Experience Unfair Police Treatment] “If her family members saw that...
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The Racist History Of The Charter School Movement

sunnubian ·
The Racist History Of The Charter School Movement January 6, 2015 | Filed under: Featured , Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff There has long been a movement in America aimed at undermining the quality of education given to Black children AFRICANGLOBE – As a parent I find it easy to understand the appeal of charter schools, especially for parents and students who feel that traditional public schools have failed them. As a historical sociologist who studies race and politics, however, I...
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Re: FROM THE BOOK OF MALCOLM X

RadioRaheem ·
https://www.amazon.com/Malcolm...ements/dp/0802132138
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Re: FROM THE BOOK OF MALCOLM X

RadioRaheem ·
https://youtu.be/oo8zi7BXblc
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Re: FROM THE BOOK OF MALCOLM X

Kocolicious ·
Its amazing how the chickens are coming to roost....just as he said they would. Personally, I feel abandoned by the Black movers and shakers for the black cause. But I understand why. I ask a professor whether or not he believed that we were bred [as slaves] to behave/response a "certain" docile way generationally like they bred dogs and horses. And he pretended to be offended....quoting something out of a book written in the 1960s. Proving what I say about talking heads to be true. They...
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