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Re: 2005--In Loving Memory Of....

Fine ·
Thx folobatuyi and HonestBrother. LOL--I have a revision: AITKEN, LAUREL/78 -- JAMAICAN SINGER BENNETT-SATTLER, JUDITH/54 -- ABUSE AGENCY LEADER BAIRD, HARRY/74 -- BRITISH ACTOR BAUGH, CECIL/96 -- JAMAICAN POTTER BENSON, RENALDO "OBIE"/69 -- MEMBER OF THE FOUR TOPS GROUP BENTLEY, LAMONT/31 -- ACTOR BERESFORD, RANDOLPH/91 -- BRITISH MAYOR OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM BROWN JR., OSCAR/78 -- SINGER/SONWRITER/ACTOR/PLAYWRIGHT CAMPBELL, LITTLE MILTON/70 -- BLUES ARTIST CARGILLE, PETER/41 -- JAMAICAN...
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
Kevin: Let me give you some CONTEXT to your statements above. Inevitably there will be some over the top incident that a Black person or group of Blacks commit. Rather than condemn THIS PARTICULAR EVENT and clearly articulate how THIS EVENT HAS VIOLATED EVERYTHING THAT YOU BELIEVE....... You (and my enemy Isome) will IMMEDIATELY do a web search and find and occassion in which WHITE FOLKS HAVE DONE THE SAME THING BUT THE OUTRAGE HAS NOT FOLLOWED. So Kevin - does this benefit the Black victim...
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Re: Al Sharpton Accuses Bush Of Fueling Homophobia Among Blacks

ricardomath ·
Black Church Summit 23 Dec 05 12:00 AM EST SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Sharpton and Flunder to Headline Black Church Summit on Gay Rights Focus on Homophobia and Exclusionary Divisiveness December 20, 2005 - Washington, DC - National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) will convene a major discussion on lesbian and gay rights among black faith leaders. The two day Summit is to be hosted by First Iconium Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia and is scheduled for January 20-21, 2006. For a schedule of events,...
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Re: Hypothetically...Ofcourse

HeruStar ·
I mean to me it only makes since. For instance Vince Young, arguably the true heisman, was brilliant in the championship game. Brilliant in the fact that his 4th and 5 game winning touchdown sealed a multi-million dollar deal, and placed the coach on a pedastle. I don't argue that he should recieve any financial compensation, but I do feel that many like him shouldn't have to struggle through K-12 as much, and depend on their athletic ability to be accepted into good schools. God forbid...
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Re: Edna Griffin: The Rosa Parks of Iowa

ricardomath ·
Edna Griffin, 1909-2000 'It was not hard for me to stand up' By DANA BOONE REGISTER STAFF WRITER Originally published on 2/9/2000 Edna Griffin, an Iowa civil-rights pioneer, died Tuesday morning at the Ramsey Home in Des Moines. Griffin, 90, is best known for her fight in 1948 against Katz Drug Store in downtown Des Moines, which refused to serve blacks at its lunch counter. Griffin staged sit-ins, picketed in front of the store and filed charges against the store's owner, Maurice Katz. He...
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Re: Larry Elder: blacks and republicans

Major Barber ·
I came out of retirement like MJ and Deion. Or more like Puxtauny Phil of Ground Hog Fame. I came out of my hole in the ground and I saw the same thing. Larry Elder, just like me, was raised in South Central. Location of birth or living has nothing to do with facts. Let's put forth the following premise: 80% of what Larry Wrote is true. This doesn't justify me becoming a republican. But what does, is what the Democrats/Liberals have done for Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, Oakland, New...
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Re: WHERE DO YOU STAND?

Mututsi60s ·
Point taken, Zakar. I'll share my opinions, keeping in mind that they are just my feelings and observations and not neccessary fact. You ask what gains we've made since the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments.... Education: I am a black student attending the University of Alabama. There are literally thousands of other black students attending this institution with me. Do you think the students who had to confront gangs and George Wallace in the 60s would consider our current situation a step...
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Re: Illegal Immigration

ricardomath ·
Half a million march against US immigration reform Demonstrators march in Los Angeles, California, to protest of proposed illegal immigration legislation. Half a million protesters paralyzed downtown Los Angeles, demanding amnesty for undocumented immigrants and rejection of a proposed law that would drastically tighten US immigration rules.(AFP/Getty Images/J. Emilio Flores) LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Half a million protesters paralyzed downtown Los Angeles, demanding amnesty for undocumented...
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Re: North Carolina Black Woman Raped by White Lacrosse Team

Fine ·
Race a Focal Point in Duke Scandal By ALLEN G. BREED, AP National Writer Sun Apr 16, 2:13 AM ET http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060416/ap_on_re_us/duke_lacrosse_race DURHAM, N.C. - Mayor Bill Bell is black. So are Police Chief Steven W. Chalmers, City Manager Patrick Baker and a majority of the city council. Durham's population is almost as black as it is white. So why is it that some blacks like Preston Bizzell, a 61-year-old Air Force veteran who said he's never experienced racism in his 30...
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Re: Why is marriage more serious than having children?

EbonyRose ·
I watched this story on Anderson Cooper 360. It ended with the woman saying "We love this house and we think it's worth fighting for." Neither one of them said they are considering getting married. Instead, the man said, "When we're ready, then we'll we'll be ready." Tuesday, April 25, 2006 Move or get married Imagine you've bought your dream house. And you've moved in. Now, imagine being told you can't live there because you -- and your children -- are not considered a family. That's the...
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Re: Gospel for the Poor by Bill Cosby

Against All Odds ·
".....talk about hospital failures in generaland include the UC Hospital liver bank that had a lot of things go wrong..and you won't come across as a sorry azz self-loathing nigga who is rotting away in the hood from hatred of his own surroundings.....do your homework.....and for once not take a look at a general issue as a black issue .....try it and see if you can leap over your hatred for blacks and do so......I'm just joking......your afflictions are too deep to correct them this late in...
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Re: 20 Questions with AudioGuy

Khalliqa ·
Such a friendship is inspiring... Why did you two lose touch??? What's the worst example of Black male arrogance??? That's nice, but what have you done for us lately??? You are a beautiful man.... and I'm not just saying that to stroke an already ENORMOUS EGO!!! I've listened to you.... and your clarity of thought humor... and lighthearted look at life... is a great foundational personality for a father... a child would be a happy one as your son or daughter... and *erm* you fine so yo' wife...
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Re: 9/11 - The Anniversary, The Legacy

Afroman ·
Inequality Before and After 9/11 by Paul Street I'll always remember the day I tried to engage in that silly exercise called "speaking truth to power." It was early December of 2001. My topic was American policymakers' decision to place nearly a million black people behind bars and to mark more than one in three black males with a felony record. As a member of a Chicago-based council of advisers working to help ex-offenders "reintegrate" into the "free world," I was invited to a pleasant...
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Re: FBI Planted Bug in Mayor's Office

Our Empowerment ·
In this state of "hightened" security, how did that take place without security guards and police officers knowing about it. Video tapes should be examined, then every officers that may have, could have, or should have been in contact, inclusive of the supervisors should all be repremanded. The ax should fall on senior officers as well as front line officers. If the mayor can't feel safe and secure in his own car, house, or place of employ he's got to make some changes. > ... its time for...
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Re: Black Republicans

Lofton (Guest) ·
All B.S. Aside, Be it Democrat, Republican, Green Party, Peace and Freedom, Independent, and/or Otherwise, the Lesson Learned is that the People Rule and not the Politicians! It is predicted that the same activity can or will occur within any jurisdiction with the U.S., as it pertains to any concerted effort on the part of the people to remove an elected official from office! "Shaken Democrats Take Stock Several contenders stake out positions for 2006 race. While some cast recall as a...
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Re: FBI Planted Bug in Mayor's Office

Yssys (Guest) ·
MBM, of course, do you think that they ever stopped trying to discredit that group of people? I doubt it. As for the mayor of Philly, he says that all he's doing is running for re-election. Although the FBI claims he's being investigated for fraud. Hhmmmm, trust the FBI or trust the current mayor of Philadelphia? Well, my trust lies moreso with the mayor! Our people have made the mistake of confusing the methods with the objectives. As long as we agree on objectives, we should never fall out...
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Re: FBI Planted Bug in Mayor's Office

Yssys (Guest) ·
Yes, it was on the news early Friday morning on CNN. And I made an error, it was for corruption. Now if that has changed since Friday morning I don't know. However, I think there's much more to it than the FBI will ever let the public or Mayor Street on to.
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Re: Racist social events/situations in America

Kevin41 ·
Giuliani, Clinton & 7 Other White Guys: What's Wrong With This Picture? By Linda Bean © 2003 DiversityInc.com October 14, 2003 "Two days in New York that will inspire you for years." That's the promise behind the "World Business Forum -- Leadership Speaks," a mid-May symposium that aims -- according to a really well-done brochure -- to bring together "nine eminent leaders and thinkers speaking on topics of utmost importance to the business community." Of course, all nine eminent leaders...
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Re: Oh Condi! How Can You Sell Us Out Like That?

Vox ·
Personally, I have no clue who "Merv Dymally" is, but since Lofton is criticizing him for withdrawing sanctions against South Africa, I would guess that he is a black democrat. I wouldn't normally guess that, since "Merv Dymally" is an unusual name for a black person. It sounds like the guy who posts on the P&P forum, but that guy's name is Myrlin, or something. The only reason I think he must be black is because Lofton is criticizing him and using him as a counterpoint to critique of...
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Re: Racist social events/situations in America

Kevin41 ·
Another picture of the racial landscape: FBI Probe Deepens Racial Split in Philly Mayor John Street gets polite applause when he talks about policy on the campaign trail these days. The big cheers come when he mentions the bug planted in his office by the FBI. In the two weeks since news broke that Street was a subject of a federal investigation, Philadelphia's second black mayor has sought to cast himself as a man being persecuted because of his race, and the message appears to be...
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Re: Racist social events/situations in America

Kevin41 ·
THE RACE RELATIONS REPORTER Weekly Bulletin October 23, 2002 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ NEWS OF THE WEEK ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ * SUPREME COURT TO DECIDE CASE ON RACIAL BIAS IN JURY SELECTION: The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments this past week from a black man who claims that the jury which placed him on death row in a murder case was selected on the basis of race. The black man had been convicted...
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Re: Ever Met Someone Famous?

Glow ·
I've met the following famous people: LL Cool J (stink attitude), De La Soul (very down to earth brothers), Tom Cruise (he is like 4'11"), Cheryl Underwood (very nice lady and she will not let go of that purse), Earthquake (real nutso), Som'more (she is always ready to go to sleep), Chocolate (very nice and funny in person), Julian Bond (rude, but good looking), RUN DMC (they are shorties, but cool), Congressmen Harold Ford Sr. and Jr. (good looking LAWD), Ice Cube and Ice T (when they taped...
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Re: Good News From Colombia (for once!)

ricardomath ·
New Bogota Mayor Says He'll Work for Poor Mon Oct 27, 6:16 PM ET By ANDREW SELSKY, Associated Press Writer BOGOTA, Colombia - Mayor-elect Luis Eduardo Garzon pledged Monday to work for Bogota's poor after becoming the first leftist to win the top office in Colombia's capital "” a victory that represented a political setback for the violent campaign of Marxist guerrillas. Garzon, the former head of Colombia's biggest labor federation and an ex-communist, declared after his win Sunday that...
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Re: Good News From Colombia (for once!)

ricardomath ·
Sorry about the spanish, but I wanted to include something about the new mayor of Cali, and I couldn't find anyhing in english. Apolinar Salcedo, el nuevo alcalde de los caleños La luz de la razón ilumina a Polo hay una palabra que pueda resumir la vida de Apolinar Salcedo Caicedo, el nuevo alcalde de los caleños, es superación. Este hombre de 48 años, que ayer alcanzó el primer cargo de la tercera ciudad del país, se ha destacado a lo largo de su vida por superar cuanto obstáculo se...
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Re: Good News From Colombia (for once!)

ricardomath ·
Offbeat Leftist's New Take on Bogota An oil union chief and former caddie drawn to salsa bars, Mayor-elect Luis Eduardo Garzon aims to fight poverty. By Ruth Morris, Special to The Times BOGOTA, Colombia "” Luis Eduardo Garzon is hardly part of Colombia's ruling elite. He doesn't own a tie, he didn't finish college, and he hangs out in sweaty salsa clubs. But after a turbulent electoral weekend, he has streaked into the stratosphere "” a former golf caddie turned shining star of Colombia's...
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Re: Black Women vs. White women:SHOSHANNA JOHNSON VS. JESSICA LYNCH!

Prophetessofrage ·
White Women and Affirmative Action cerpted Wrom: XRQBGJSNBOHMKHJYFMYXOEAIJJPHSCRTNHGSW Ambivalence Towards Affirmative Action: Theorizing Political Accountability in Coalitions, 71 University of Missouri Kansas City Law Review 399-418, 399-402 (Winter 2002) (94 Footnotes Omitted) I once attended a media-training workshop on affirmative action designed to enhance communications skills necessary to discuss affirmative action in the post-Proposition 209 climate. The consultants presented focus...
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Re: Rush Limbaugh is back...lock your medicine cabinets.

shebakoby ·
You guys don't know $#** about $#** about Rush. If you listened to him for six freaking weeks at least you would KNOW BETTER. HE WAS NOT THAT HARD ON ADDICTS. This is soooooooo freakin hilarious--what's your guys' stance on Marion Berry and his numerous drug convictions (with the HARD $#**!!!) and STILL managed to get elected mayor of D.C. MULTIPLE times???? Soooooo many people gave HIM a pass. OBVIOUSLY. Some of the same people, incidentally, who rag on Rush. ROFLMFAO. "You liberals with...
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Re: Rush Limbaugh is back...lock your medicine cabinets.

Nmaginate ·
We're sure that RUSH and many of his Lemming like you ("listen to his show for six weeks"... please... "I love him" ) didn't give Marion Berry "a pass". And that's the point. Rush is not exempt from: WITH THE JUDGEMENT YE JUDGE YE SHALL BE JUDGED! Oh... but it was not "that" bad. Whatever SHEBA THE "I LOVE RUSH" APOLOGIST! You got the wrong website for that stuff. You'll do better finding a Black Conservative site where they share the Bash Black People And The Liberals That Like Them...
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Re: Rush Limbaugh is back...lock your medicine cabinets.

shebakoby ·
You don't even know what he said about addicts--therefore you don't even know what the "judgment" IS. Rush being addicted to PRESCRIPTION drugs IS NOT ILLEGAL. It's not the same as being addicted to illegal drugs--in that when taking an ILLEGAL drug, you KNOW you are going to be addicted RIGHT AWAY and you are not using it for medical purposes (except maybe the medicinal marijuana crowd). Addiction to PRESCRIPTION drugs can creep up on you slowly. It's more the doctor's fault. Rush wasn't...
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Re: Police in Cincinnati??... Again?

CropCircleMaize ·
First of all, I do not believe what was stated in the press about this man's drug use. It is unlikely that a man who weighs this much would be a PCP user, as one of the side effects of PCP is, like cocaine, it drastically increases the metabolism. Secondly I have heard the news people literally make up stories that were totally false and this seems to be a growing trend in our society now, along with the news people trying these people in the media with biased opinions, knowing that many...
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Re: Conservatism, Blacks, & Semantics

Vox ·
Interesting points all. I have to confess, I wasn't really "getting at" anything. It was something that crossed my mind a long time ago, but resurfaced last year, when a young local candidate for mayor ran against a 4-time incumbent who was older and much more entrenched in the more traditional "liberal" urban city politics. The newbie, Cory Booker, was often linked with more conservative ideas, and I thought it sounded weird to have a black guy going up against the establishment being...
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Re: The Infamous Letter of Willie Lynch

sunnubian ·
Meaning of Place Name: Lynchburg, Virginia Lynchburg, Virginia: From the original patentee, John Lynch, brother of Charles Lynch, the reputed originator of what is known as "Lynch Law." Lynch Law in America By Ida B. Wells-Barnett in 1900 Related Resources "¢ Ida B. Wells"¢ Lynching"¢ Lynch Law in Georgia OUR country's national crime is lynching. It is not the creature of an hour, the sudden outburst of uncontrolled fury, or the unspeakable brutality of an insane mob. It represents the cool,...
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Re: Revisiting Rwanda and the death of 800,000 Tutsi's

Faheem ·
Part four.. As Habyarimana continued to negotiate with the opposition under international pressure to reach a settlement, his plane (a gift from President Mitterrand of France) was show down, killing him and everyone on board. Within an hour of Habyarimana's death, roadblocks were put up throughout Kigali as militia and death squads preceded to kill moderate Hutus, including the prime minister, whose names were on prepared lists. Then the death squads went after every Tutsi they could find,...
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Re: Affirmative Action primarily benefit White Women!!! Not minorities!!

Les Apt ·
Jim: Interesting points, all. However, let me give you a taste of being a white contractor trying to get business in the City of Philadelphia. I can't. Do you know why? 1. Minority set-asides, known as "MBEs", or Minority Owned Business Enterprise set-asides. As long as you are a certified MBE, regardless of your financial status, you qualify. Mayor Street's millionaire black friends benefit from this, as do wealthy black contractors. 2 Women set-asides, known as "WBEs", or Women Owned...
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Re: Affirmative Action primarily benefit White Women!!! Not minorities!!

Les Apt ·
Kweli: I'm not getting angry. I don't think set aside programs should exist, that's all. Affirmative action and set aside programs are simply another name for racial discrimination, which I ahbor in any manner, regardless of what race suffers from their existence. I also cannot comment on your DOL study, as I'm not familiar with it's details. By the way, where does your "10%" figure come from? Could you please post a link to both that and to the DOL study to which you refer? "White...
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Re: Good News From Colombia (for once!)

ricardomath ·
Leftist Bogota mayor begins work BBC News Thursday, 1 January, 2004, 22:43 GMT The post is seen as the second most important in Colombia A former trade union leader has taken up his post as mayor of the Colombian capital, Bogota, pledging to fight poverty, hunger and unemployment. Luis Eduardo Garzon is one of more than 1,000 mayors beginning terms of office after being elected in October. Mayor of Bogota is considered the second most important political post in Colombia after the...
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Re: Pres. Bush is being pressured for Black Male Commission

mocove ·
wait. wouldn't this be a sufficient cause for this: - marc morial, former mayor of new orleans or this: - rep. danny davis (d-ill) do you really believe other groups care or share your concern? also i highly doubt afro males who are deep ~in honest ~ debt are induced to a life of crime. and gang members have shown a rather high propensity for saving loads of cash. matter factly, most prefer cash-only transactions. murderers? of course, a gang-banger would be less employable. furthermore, who...
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Re: Let's do some detective work - Walter Williams

Kweli4Real ·
I do not consider myself a neo-con, or a Federalist, but I do see a pragmatic use for Williams' Federalist position. I have long believed that the Federal government's powers have been and should be limited to providing for the people [of the nation] what the people [the States] are unable or unwilling to provide for themselves. The Federalist Papers advocate for a strict limiting of the Federal government to only those matters enumerated in the Constitution. Namely, providing for the common...
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Re: End the War on Drugs? (Discussion)

MBM ·
I don't think that anyone is recommending giving up on fighting drug use/abuse. Most that argue against the "War on Drugs" do so on the basis of tactics or approach. The current strategy to eliminating drug use has clearly failed, hence decriminalizing drugs and fighting it as a public health issue is another way to look at achieving the same objective. In fact, those who consider decriminalization (like former Baltimore mayor Kurt Schmoke) do so out of an interest in increasing the...
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Re: End the War on Drugs? (Discussion)

toussaint ·
This is true. What we have to remember in this is that people aren't going to go off and do something just because it's legal. And, if they are an adult and do it anyway, that's on them. There should be restrictions of course, as there are on alcohol. But criminialization overall is a net loss.
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Re: The "Good" Racist Teacher. and the Sambo awards.

Faheem ·
DETROIT – While Hollywood prepared for the Academy Awards, the Call ˜Em Out coalition handed out Detroit's first Sambo Awards Feb. 26 during a packed beans-and-cornbread dinner at Mark Twain Hall on the city's west side. Award recipients were not in attendance. Voters at the dinner gave Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick a hands-down first place as the "Sambo of the Year." The ballot, which listed 27 nominees, cited his stands on the school takeover vote, charter schools, Detroit's casinos, as well as...
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Re: Sharpton Ponders Next Move

MBM ·
Sharpton's Sayonara By Howard Kurtz Washington Post Staff Writer Tuesday, March 16, 2004; 8:52 AM What exactly did Reverend Al accomplish with his presidential campaign? He didn't win many votes, that's for sure--345 in New Hampshire, 1,885 in Delaware, 3,304 in Connecticut, 308 in Minnesota. He was an afterthought at many of the debates, though usually the funniest guy on the stage. It would be hard to argue that he brought much attention to his urban agenda. When he didn't do well in his...
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Re: Interacial marriages/dating???

Huey ·
No, no, no. It's not like that. The positions are like government-based. We all start off as "Voter". Then up to PTA Member, School Board Member, City Councilman, Mayor, etc. Like government, the more you participate, the more you ascend in rank/position.
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Re: L.A. Police Revise Car-Shooting Policy

James Wesley Chester ·
I had not heard the story of this shooting before now. However, it seems like around the time that a little 4-year-old also took a car and backed it up into a police vehicle ... and I don't remember him getting shot 10 times and dying! But then again, he was not Black nor in Los Angeles, was he?---EbonyRose A few years ago, the mayor of a nearby city, Hazelton, jumped in his personal car and chased a Hispanic tweener through the alleyways of the town. It turned into a police chase. No one...
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Re: The Voting Rights Act

AudioGuy ·
Now all they have to do is disenfranchise those who are eligible. Wallace changed his tune because he had an attack of guilt. He knew he was going to die, and had to clear his conscience. IMHO. ALL democrats. I don't think that I need to say anything about C.T., and C.R. does not advise the prez, she does his bidding. What alliances are they looking to make? Who would want to ally with them? They are political has beens who hold no power what so ever. Armweak is once again shown himself to...
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Re: Your views on capital punishment

ricardomath ·
Death-penalty debate grips China By GEOFFREY YORK Friday, March 18, 2005 Updated at 2:04 AM EST From Friday's Globe and Mail Beijing "” When police executed a man named Nie Shubin in 1995, nobody bothered to tell his parents. His father learned of his son's death a day later, when he tried to bring a package of food and clothes to prison. In his home village, south of Beijing, his neighbours were shocked when the shy 20-year-old man was accused of raping and murdering a woman. They knew him...
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Re: L.A. Police Revise Car-Shooting Policy

Michael ·
Funny how the Black community, specifically ambulance chasing Attorney Johnny Cochran, Poverty Pimping Danny Bakewell, a barrage of Black elected leaders, etc., are in mass about the killing of a young underage Black male driver by the LAPD, yet in Black on Black criminal activity ambulance chasing Attorney Johnny Cochran, Poverty Pimping Danny Bakewell, the so-called Black elected leadership, the usual community activists are as silent as silent can get, more likely missing in inaction.
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Re: Slavery profits are aim of bill

Michael ·
Well Kweli4Real, ....go for it. With all your proficiency in law, I'm willing to bet, that neither you, nor any followers of any reparations for slavery movement will collect anything substantial, be it tomorrow or one thousand years from now. Either way the reparations for slavery movement is dead! The Leonard Deadwyler case being one vivid example, to which no one, including the government is going to volunteer incriminating evidence to hang themselves. During the 60s, Ambulance chasing...
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Re: Urban Leagaue's Report on Black America

Michael ·
....but Herustar, I think you need to read the material that I have posted. If you have truly read with understanding, it should be easy for you to see, or discern that none of the material blames the lower class, the underclass, or those at the bottom of the social-economic ladder, but rather: A. No good sleazy poverty pimping truly sacrilegious Black preachers. B. Game playing using false pretenses to hold elected office inept blatantly incompetent self serving elitist Black elected...
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Re: Help! There is a Lack of Brothas

AudioGuy ·
THAT depends on the education. You won't find any non brainwashed brothers doing that.IMHO, Black women are more cognizant of the importance of finding a suitable mate. Suitable for women usually translates into someone that you have the most in common with. For men, on the other hand, it is usually find a mate first, then find out if they are suitable. Suitable for men usually translates into as little stress as possible - white women generally don't ask a lot of questions as long as the...
 
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