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Re: Missouri Football Coach, Gov. Nixon Weigh in on Student Protests

RadioRaheem ·
Next school...Ithaca College http://college.usatoday.com/20...ident-campus-racism/ Ithaca College president in hot seat for alleged campus racism By Sam Lisker November 8, 2015 10:09 am 2.4k shares SHARE TWEET EMAIL “Tom Rochon! No confidence!” is becoming a common chant at Ithaca College. The president of the school in Ithaca, N.Y., is in the hot seat thanks to what some students say are inadequate responses to several allegedly racist incidents on campus and an overall negative racial...
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Re: Why the Debate Over ‘Black Lives Matter’ and ‘All Lives Matter’ Actually Matters In Reclaiming the Black Narrative

GoodMan ·
My reply to the "All Lives Matter" crowd One hair on a Black person's head is worth more than a non-Black thousand lives... End debate. ------------ Oh and Stephen A. Smith and all these Black moderates, that wanna flip flop back and forth...there needs to be a line in the sand drawn. Can't stand them, they ruin everything. They galvanize Whites.
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Re: Why the Debate Over ‘Black Lives Matter’ and ‘All Lives Matter’ Actually Matters In Reclaiming the Black Narrative

Momentum ·
"All lives matter" is an attempt to diminish the issue.
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Re: Why the Debate Over ‘Black Lives Matter’ and ‘All Lives Matter’ Actually Matters In Reclaiming the Black Narrative

DennisKalita ·
Originally Posted by GoodMan: My reply to the "All Lives Matter" crowd One hair on a Black person's head is worth more than a non-Black thousand lives... End debate. ------------ Oh and Stephen A. Smith and all these Black moderates, that wanna flip flop back and forth...there needs to be a line in the sand drawn. Can't stand them, they ruin everything. They galvanized Whites. one eyelash on a beagle is worth 9,000 golden retriever's lives + 2 acres of wheat
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Re: Why the Debate Over ‘Black Lives Matter’ and ‘All Lives Matter’ Actually Matters In Reclaiming the Black Narrative

DennisKalita ·
Originally Posted by Momentum: "All lives matter" is an attempt to diminish the issue. no doubt
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Don't get it Twisted. There is Plenty of Evidence from Reputable Sources Such as the L.A. Times, etc., to Prove That:

ML ·
1. Obama is a liar, unworthy of elected office. Slim chance exists where Obama will be elected President of the U.S.2. Congressman William Jefferson is a known liar and a thief, both of which make Congressman Jefferson unfit for elected office. Mind...
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Re: Don't get it Twisted. There is Plenty of Evidence from Reputable Sources Such as the L.A. Times, etc., to Prove That:

ML ·
Empty threats, and talk is cheap ..... ..... .........Come with it then, Merv Dymally , and you can even bring your cohorts in Kweli4Real, Kevin41, Yssys, ricardomath, etc., etc. This message is true, meaning Merv Dymally, nor the remaining misfits stand a chance . The exception to the rule being a truly dsyfunctional Black community.... ......criminal, unethical, illegal immigrant serving, incompetent, carpetbagging, sleazy, and/or treasonous individuals cannot compete with any honorable,...
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Why the Debate Over ‘Black Lives Matter’ and ‘All Lives Matter’ Actually Matters In Reclaiming the Black Narrative

sunnubian ·
Why the Debate Over ‘Black Lives Matter’ and ‘All Lives Matter’ Actually Matters In Reclaiming the Black Narrative The debate over whether #BlackLivesMatter and #AllLivesMatter has reignited once again in a significant way, providing an opportunity for a nascent Black movement to place their self-worth at center stage. It started at the Netroots Nation presidential candidates’ forum in Phoenix on July 19, when former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley and Sen. Bernie Sanders stumbled and fumbled...
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After Generations of Assimilation in Turkey, Afro-Turks are Fighting to Reclaim Their Heritage and Identity

sunnubian ·
After Generations of Assimilation in Turkey, Afro-Turks are Fighting to Reclaim Their Heritage and Identity By David Love - September 17, 2016 Mustafa Olpak, Afro-Turk author and activist. Piotr Zalewski for The National Although this is unknown to many, there are up to 100,000 people of African descent in the nation of Turkey. A legacy of the Ottoman Empire and of the African slave trade, Afro-Turks, as they are called, have lost their language and have a renewed interest in discovering who...
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