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Re: Jack and Jill of America, Inc.

HonestBrother ·
When you confuse "values/love of education" and "finances" (as if less wealthy people can't love learning) and then label all critics "jealous" as you did in the post to which I initially responded, I call that putting on some la-di-da A-T-T-I-T-U-D-E... Live with it.
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Re: Jack and Jill of America, Inc.

Nikcara ·
I have confused nothing, and YOU have not read my comments. As to attitude, I give what I receive. Again Sir, you assume to your detriment. Also maybe you should not edit your comments so much after the fact. Just an observation.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

HonestBrother ·
"LA DI DA DI" .... Doug E Fresh and Ricky D aka Slick Rick This is the ish ya'll... that real hip hop ish... I have it on vol. 1 of the new 12 volume set "Hip Hop Essentials: 1979-1991" put out by Tommy Boy... This first CD is not bad at all for a compilation... I only take issue with them putting the Beastie Boys ("Hey Ladies") as track 2... I forgive them since they put The Fearless Four ("Rockin' It") as track 1.
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Re: Jokes for a Laugh & a Smile

Fabulous ·
The ABC's of ex wives A is for Alimony ... the gift that keeps on giving. B is for Balls ... which are now ours again. C is for Court ... where you finally find out the meaning of a good screw. D is for Divorce ... the alternative to ax murder. E is for Equitable Distribution ... another oxymoron. F is for Flatulence ... finally we can let loose without being criticized for causing the flowers to wilt. G is for Gandhi ... someone you could actually say had lost weight without having to lie.
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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: Pictures that make you feel ...

Our Empowerment ·
US death row inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal honorary citizen of Paris
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Re: Michael Jackson: Pedophile?

Lofton (Guest) ·
Well Kevin41, and/or anyone else of similar mindset, "I did not speak for you. You referred to MJ as a known pedophile......I asked you to explain where you got proof from. Now if you do not see the difference between me using your words exactly as they were spoken by you and taking my words outlining people's actions and calling it advice, then you are a f-king idiot Lofton. I use your exact speech to phrase a question to you.......what do you not understand? So once again, where is the...
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Re: WHY ARE BLACK WOMEN SCARING OFF BLACK MEN?

IMMORTAL LOGIC ·
The reason I lumped you in with all the other posters is because in these little men/women post, there's always some fact that is based in truth but so much has been inflated, exaggerated, omitted, distorted that it has little resemblence to the actual truth(whether intentional or not) thus the term "wacky facts." As to the statement about you outnumbering us, your right again. But yet again you make it seem to be some huge difference. U,S, census reports: 90.6 black men for every 100 black...
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Re: WHY ARE BLACK WOMEN SCARING OFF BLACK MEN?

RadioRaheem ·
glad to see that i'm not the only one here that can use stats to back up an argument...Good job bruh *********************************************************** 'Sometimes life is obscene' - Black Crowes Commerical Hall of Fame - All time list 'Who in the hell left the gate open???' 'Somebody put roots on me' 'I've fallen, and I can't give up!!!'
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Re: DEATH PENALTY

MBM ·
I read something today in the Atlanta Journal Constitution about Eric Rudolph - the guy who has admitted to the Olympic Park bombing as well as bombing an abortion clinic. In any event, he is going to one of the most secure prisons in America - somewhere in the west in the middle of nowhere. He will have a 12x8 room that he will be in a minimum of 23 hours a day. All of the fixtures in that room - desk, bed, and chair - are made of concrete. It looked like the toilet is stainless steel.
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Re: DEATH PENALTY

EbonyRose ·
Because "life w/out parole" does not punch the ticket. It merely takes them off the street/out of society. Because some of those people deserve to die.
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Re: DEATH PENALTY

MBM ·
OK God.
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Re: DEATH PENALTY

EbonyRose ·
Texas may have put innocent man to death, panel told Wed Apr 20, 9:40 AM ET By Steve Mills Tribune staff reporter With Texas' criminal justice system the subject of intense scrutiny for a crime lab scandal and a series of wrongful convictions, a state Senate committee heard testimony Tuesday about the possibility that Texas had experienced the ultimate criminal justice nightmare: the execution of an innocent person. "¢ Chicago Tribune home page "¢ Subscribe to the Tribune "¢ Search the...
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Re: Smiley's Think Tank

Michael ·
....Instead of being reactionaries, more must be done to create gainful employment opportunities, and other avenues that are legitimate, to keep the lack of opportunity to provide the necessities of life from driving so many Black men to the subculture to begin with. Heck, felons are used for cheap labor. Prison guards treat the prison inmates with disrespect daily. Felons give up many rights that the law abiding take for granted. The felony jacket, that an inmate carries for life, is many...
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Re: Ideal reparations.

IRONHORSE ·
You're another fucking idiot and it pains me to even interact with you on the same website, Blountfist, you fucking recessive gene fatso, because you haven't stated how these people are going to all of a sudden deal with having all of their income. I could have sworn your water headed ass said that blacks shouldn't recieve monetary compensation through reparations. So, now you want some money from th' gubment? Just shut the fuck up while you're ahead, Bitchfist. Hell, I shouldn't even call...
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Re: Court Denounces Race Bias in Capital Cases

Kevin41 ·
Death-Row Conviction Overturned Over Race ** a re-hash of the same thing from a different source......with some small differences...... DiversityInc.com news briefs are purchased from The Associated Press or written by the staff of DiversityInc.com. They cannot be duplicated or reproduced in any way. Our in-depth articles, published six days a week, are reported and written by our staff of full-time journalists. The Supreme Court overturned the conviction of a black death-row inmate who said...
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Re: What do you think will happen after you die?

kresge ·
Unfortunately, it is not so clear cut. As to the text themselves from places such as Qumran, Nag Hammâdi, or Oxyrhynchus do have variation as to their content. These are texts of comparable and "authenticity". For example, there are scrolls of Jeremiah that differ in content (length) by 10%. They appear to be of comparable age. As to OA's point, there is also the very large challenge of canonization. The Gospel of Thomas, for example, was most likely left out because it was not in the form...
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Re: Attempt to revive reparations suit dismissed

Michael ·
"Attorneys for the slave descendants say they want to use any damages to create a fund that would be administered under court supervision to help correct problems in the black community." ....more malarkey Yah, right, who are they trying to fool..... .........Other than squander, play games, be deceitful, and treasonous many of these individuals, pertaining to our own Black leaders, attorneys, etc., etc., haven't done much with the resources they have at their disposal.
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Re: Anti-Gay Arson Terrorist Attack on UCC Church

shemika ·
NO ESCAPE - Male Rape in U.S. Prisions PRISONERS' VOICES "” M.P, Arkansas, pro se federal civil rights complaint filed 8/2/96 Most of the prisoners who rape are spending from 5 to life. And are part of a gang. They pick a loner smaller weaker individual. And make that person into a homosexual then sell him to other inmates or gangs. Anywhere from a pack of cigarettes to 2 cartons . . . . No one cares about you or anyone else. If they show kindness or are trying to be helpful, it is only...
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Re: Race relations part 2

Black Viking ·
By saying that "you people" refers to the people on this message board, and that I don't speak for all Black people... you are then implying that I do speak for the other people on this message board. You see.. it's this silly framing of yours that keeps getting you into trouble. Here's more of your silly framing. Nmag has been in dialog with you for some time now. The bulk of these two threads of yours are his responses. But, because K4R and Virtue have taken vows to not speak with you,...
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Re: Analyzing The Drama Queen And A Woman's I.Q. Test (reality!!)

ronin10 ·
This is odd???? How often do I generalize..all the time, sometimes, rarely, or never? Please count up all the times I have done this 'women this and women that' and send it to me in pdf format. Answer my questions Tre, and I shall answer yours. If you have questions about the article, please ask Luigi Di Serio.
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Re: Prison Industrial Complex ??

Sweetwuzzy ·
http://core.ecu.edu/soci/juskaa/SOCI2110/Prison_Industrial_Complex.htm The Prison Industrial Complex ------------------------------------- From: Schlosser, Eric . 1998. The Prison Industrial Complex. Atlantic Monthly, December, pp. 51-77. War Against Crime: Up until 1970s in the US about 110 prison inmates for every 100,000 people; 1990s - 445 per 100,000; among adult men it is about 1,100 per 100,000. United States has approximately 1.8 million people behind bars: imagine the combined...
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Re: Botha Dies at 90

EbonyRose ·
Mandela praises arch enemy Botha after apartheid-era leader dies by Chris Otton The leaders of the new multi-racial South Africa have paid generous tribute to former enemy P.W. Botha, crediting him with a role in the downfall of apartheid and offering him a state funeral. The passing of Botha, who died in his sleep on Tuesday night at his home in the Western Cape, served as a sharp reminder of the bitter racial conflict which he presided over as prime minister and then president from 1978 to...
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Re: NAACP's Annual Leadership Summit Seeking to Recruit, Expand Cadre of Activists

Kevin41 ·
what a fucking weasel...reminded of the time I had t ask his bitch azz 100 times would he vote to retain or repeal AA...and he never answered straight-up like a person not scared to committ to a position....man I see why you have bootlicking views...you're just one passive cat that is scared to stand up and committ to anything..you're one of the cowards that benefitted from the movement but di not acknowledge it.....you're like the eurocentric corporate brother on Boondocks who really does...
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Re: What RICE Can't See & Others Don't Tell

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
I just love some of you folks. A "Liability To Black Folks". This is CLASSIC. I wonder what would be said to a Black person who made the claim that the "Black people from the 9th Ward are a LIABILITY TO BLACK FOLKS?" I wonder if they said that the Black Inmate Population, many of whom have ATTACKED ANOTHER BLACK MAN to earn a prisoner number are "Liabilities to Black people"? It seems to me that the subtext of all of this is some predetermined acceptable BODY OF THOUGHTS THAT BLACK FOLKS...
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Re: Stanley "Tookie" Williams

Michael ·
******************************** "Costs to government to operate the criminal justice system; Medical costs to individuals and government for crime-related injuries; Property loss and damage; Loss of productivity due to death or injury; Loss of work time by victims and their families; Loss of property values in high-crime neighborhoods; Pain and suffering of crime victims. 19 Many of these costs are difficult to estimate with precision, so there is a wide range of estimates about the total...
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Re: Stanley "Tookie" Williams

Michael ·
"Yes, please do. As a Los Angeles native, I happen to know that it is never reported that satistically, many of the gang-related deaths in L.A. are done by and suffered by the ruthless Hispanic gangs that have taken over where the truce between Bloods and the Crips after the '92 riots left off." by EbonyRose .....Truce..... ....an end to senseless Black on Black senseless killing, etc., etc.?????? .......you must kidding because in 2005, the bloodshed between Crips, Bloods, Crips and Crips,...
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Re: Stanley "Tookie" Williams

Michael ·
Indeed Cobb, ....as if to say a few apologies, and being in on writing children's books is going to enable someone to be exhonorated for committing a serious capital crime. .....not to mention those victimized by such activity, or the vested interest of the people, the taxpayers, and the elected officials who represent taxpayers that demand better use of taxpayer's dollars than to continuously finance the life of any inmate on death row, to remain in the land of the living, financed by...
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Re: Has racism "decreased" in America??? Hmmmm.

Michael ·
"It is laudable to try to help heal your sick enemy, particularly when the illness demonstrates itself in actively damaging you and all those who look like you. We know that we also suffer from an illness caused by the same societal abomination, AND it demonstrates itself in actively damaging you and all those who look like you." by James Chester .....The greater enemy to the Black community are the actions of the Black community itself! ****************************** ...and no telling how...
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Re: Jamie Foxx Asks Governor Swarzenegger For Clemency of "Tookie"

Michael ·
"Blacksanction--No one has the right to take another's life and no one has the right to take the life of another who has taken another's life." by Fine Should these individuals continue to commit violent, senseless criminal acts, against the law abiding, the People of the State California, the courts, and police authorities will do what ever is necessary, be it penal incarceration for ten years or more, or the sentence of Death!
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Re: Jamie Foxx Asks Governor Swarzenegger For Clemency of "Tookie"

Michael ·
"...... the Lofton,s, CF and Eggewhite types....plus I want my level of analysis towards the solution to black people's problems to be a little more sophisticated than the " Cage em and Fry em" azz solutions the country has for us as of now.......but do not get me wrong, I do respect your views because I am in no position to be judgemental of them........" by Kevin41 ...and the thinking of a Michael Lofton, CF, or otherwise has no bearing on the fate of anyone who commits or conspires to...
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Re: Time For Action?!?!?!?

Michael ·
Welcome NFarious, You don't have to twist my arm to make me a believer. Sleaze, criminal activity, treason, etc., is very much alive in the Black community. Eventually though, this disgraceful activity catches up with the perpetrators. It is all the more pleasing in the event an individual or group of individuals have the backbone, and factual evidence to blow the whistle on such an individual, or group of conspiring individuals, which is indeed a sure way to put them all out of business.
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Re: Jamie Foxx Asks Governor Swarzenegger For Clemency of "Tookie"

Fine ·
http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2005/11/21/MNGUFFRRP11.DTL Governor dreading decision on life or death Without clemency, Williams' execution is just weeks away Sacramento -- It was 1976, according to Stanley Tookie Williams, when he met a young Austrian bodybuilder along the Venice Beach boardwalk, then the epicenter of the Southern California muscle culture. Williams, who was a hard-bodied weight lifter as well as a notorious gang member, recounted the brief encounter in a...
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Re: Jamie Foxx Asks Governor Swarzenegger For Clemency of "Tookie"

Michael ·
....more on the truly sleazy, as it relates to no good Judge Kevin Ross, another university educated misfit from the Black community! ...below is a link that contains material addressed to me, by at least one member of this message board, material that I had to respond to, rather than remain silent, and let falsehoods stand as being factual. "Lights out convict" by Isome .........Isome meet a convict , convict meet Isome. Well Isome, and/or anyone else of similar erroneous expression, it...
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Re: Jamie Foxx Asks Governor Swarzenegger For Clemency of "Tookie"

Fine ·
Timeline--of "Tookie" Williams http://www.streetgangs.com/magazine/102605tookie.php December 29, 1953: Stanley Williams was born in New Orleans from a 17-year old mother. 1956: Williams moved to South Los Angeles with his mother. December 1969: Raymond "Truck" Washington begins the "Cribs," the group that later becomes the East Side Crips near Fremont High School. 1971: Stanley Tookie Williams, joined with Raymond Washington starting what would later be known as the West Side Crips. [For a...
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Re: Jamie Foxx Asks Governor Swarzenegger For Clemency of "Tookie"

Blacksanction ·
San Francisco Chronicle Debra Saunders photo Debra J. Saunders Tookie's tales Debra J. Saunders Thursday, December 1, 2005 Stanley Tookie Williams LIES SO pervade the campaign waged to "save" convicted killer Stanley Tookie Williams that Williams and company don't even bother to cover their tracks when they say things they know aren't true. So, as Williams' Dec. 13 execution date looms and supporters are pressing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to grant him clemency, the Death Row inmate claimed...
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Re: Why Aren't Black Men's Creative Spirits Being Nurtured Before Incarceration?

James Wesley Chester ·
Those prisoners are then counted as citizens of the state and the state is in turn allocated more federal funds.---Isome To bring that phenomenon to ground, those inmates are also listed in the U.S. Census of the individual municipalities, in most cases townwhips. In Pennsylvania, that municipality is given $1000 federal dollars for each inmate. When the population of the township is 4000 and the population of the prison 2000 (50% African American), $2,000,000 goes a very, very, long way not...
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Re: Why Aren't Black Men's Creative Spirits Being Nurtured Before Incarceration?

Isome ·
I don't know where the hue and a cry from the general public is... wait, nevermind. It's just not coming.
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Re: Why Aren't Black Men's Creative Spirits Being Nurtured Before Incarceration?

EbonyRose ·
sunnubian ... I don't know if you've ever had to make regular visits to a prison to visit an inmate. But if you have you would have seen two things: 1) That to say that "Many of those young men in prison had a mother who more or less just gave birth to them, clothed them and fed them" is not a sweeping testimonial to the parenting skills of ALL Black mothers nor ALL incarcerated young, Black men; and 2) Just being an egg or sperm donor does not make anyone of any gender a parent. To...
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Re: Roots Of Lawlessness: Creation of Gang Culture

Kevin41 ·
A Barbaric End to a Barbaric Life Steve Lopez Points West December 14, 2005 In an odd way, the most disturbing thing about watching a man die by lethal injection is how discreetly death creeps into the room. No sudden jolt, no snapping of the neck at the end of a rope, no severed head. The inmate gets a shot, he closes his eyes, he sleeps. The room where Stanley Tookie Williams was killed Tuesday morning is set up like a theater, with neat rows of spectators sitting or standing on risers to...
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Re: Europeans Outraged at Schwarzenegger

Michael ·
Voices from those who knew him! ******************************* "November 23, 2005 Fond Memories of Tookie I'm being sarcastic. The first thing you have to understand about Tookie Williams is that this is what he looked like. Knowing that this man used to hang out at parks and beat down people for fun, that he used to force people to oil his body, gives you some idea what Tookie was all about. The Tookie I knew hung out at Centinela Park in Inglewood with another huge dude named 'Mouse'...
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Re: Jamie Foxx Asks Governor Swarzenegger For Clemency of "Tookie"

Michael ·
"Compton Records Its 68th Homicide In the third killing this week, a teen allegedly stabs her sister. A minister vows to create a community task force and broker a gang truce. By Megan Garvey, Times Staff Writer December 15, 2005 A teenage girl allegedly stabbed to death her 15-year-old sister Wednesday morning on the edge of Compton, the third homicide this week in a city that has had at least 68 killings this year, far outpacing the rest of Southern California and its own recent homicide...
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Re: GEORGE JACKSON, COBB, AND LIES

Pace Tua ·
Thank you, Isome. I was going to include some of this information but the post just got too long. My feeling is that people will bypass lengthy posts because there are so many other interesting topics to read on this site. But you have given me the chance, a way to again say how cowardly, misleading, and inappropriate it was for Schwarzenegger to speak George Jackson's name while refusing clemency for Stanley Williams. In addition to the information you posted, the characterization of the...
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Re: Well Speaking of Sambo's, UTs, and Traitors, Mindless sick nitwits .........

Michael ·
"So Lofton, what do you think of the lady getting probabtion for murdering the little black girl? She was not innocent and only received probation. Do you think justice was served in that situation?" by Kevin41 ....and to compare a situation where an individual with no prior criminal history in a Jennifer Porter who clearly admits guilt and accepts total responsibility for the accidental death of Black children she struck as a result of speeding while driving, with that of a career felon and...
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Re: Should Affluent Blacks Stay or Flee Blighted Communities.

Michael ·
"I grew up in Watts as well. Whether you choose to move or stay you can still make an impact. What type of change do you want to make is my question? When I lived in L.A., I volunteered with Black organizations in an attempt to make change. Don't know how much change was made but all you can do is try no matter where you live. Personally, I had much more peace not hearing the helicopters and gunshots before going to sleep. Being able to walk down the streets without fear was nice. Living in...
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Re: The real Africa

Fagunwa ·
Back to the original question. I am home 4 or 5 times a year and Nigeria is quite a place. My yoruba kinsmen is correct about it. Nigeria has over a hundred distinct nations with yoruba,Ibo and Hausa being the largest. The condition of the roads and electricity along with the unrelenting poverty for some is terrible. That being said I love my people and my homeland. You will not find a happier folk anywhere in the world. With all of our problems there is something about the place that just...
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Re: The real Africa

Dusty Elbow ·
Stormy discussion and post otherwise all things be equal and tested. Fagunwa, greetings and thanks for sharing first of all, is there any time the divinities SHOW or WRITE about their displeasure of people who do not RECOGNIZE them as the basis for LOVE and FRIENDSHIP. There is a verse in the KJV Bible, I am not Chrisitian, that I find amazing and I see similarities of this verse in other cultures and land. It goes like this. 2 Timothy 2:15 Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman...
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Re: Two Immigrants Who Followed the Path to Citizenship Tell Stories of Detention and Deportation

ricardomath ·
Diasporian News of Thursday, 20 April 2006 Shattered dreams NEWARK,USA -- Sharon Nyantekyi was an enthusiastic student of American politics at Rutgers University, until she became a victim of it. Nyantekyi's recent 21-day odyssey through state immigration detention facilities transformed this straight-A honors student from dreaming of a job working for The Department of Homeland Security into working on behalf of those caught in its grip. "It was horrible, horrible. The worst experience of...
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Re: Martin Lee Anderson -- Modern-Day Emmit Till

EbonyRose ·
Feds: No civil right charges in teen's Florida boot camp death By Rich Phillips , CNN Miami, Florida (CNN) -- More than four years after the death of 14-year-old Florida boot camp inmate Martin Lee Anderson, the U.S. Department of Justice has announced no federal criminal civil rights charges will be filed against eight staff members. The announcement effectively closes the case. "After a careful and thorough review, a team of experienced federal prosecutors and FBI agents determined that...
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Re: US has 5% of world's pop., but 25% of world's prison inmates

EbonyRose ·
There's a link to a website that drops a few names of private prison corporations: Not With Our Money and an excerpt from one of the stories on the site: Then there's the states/fed government! And I thought this one was really special!
 
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