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Re: College "Education" Is BS

ZAKAR ·
If we as blacks supported our Black colleges more and pushed to change the dynamics and cirriculum of these institutions so that they designed to improve the conditions of the masses of black peopl we wouldnt be having this problem. Europeans are not gonna teach you have to beat them, or to challenge the status quo, so if you go to school expecting thats are really crazy. Basically they designed colleges to support the system not challenge it Imagine if black colleges taught about true...
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Re: Black Women; Angry Or Empowered?

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: Originally Posted by sunnubian: It is a gross exaggeration to label and brand all Black/African American women as being angry because there may be some out there that are unnecessarily angry for no apparent reason, and it is dirty and a disservice to African American women to relegate their legitimate complaints , frustrations , and determination to not be used, played, insulted and dismissed down to unwarranted anger . * Alot of what you said simply isn't...
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Re: America's Corrupt Justice System: Federal Private Prison Populations Grew by 784% in 10 Year Span

Muhammad Cipher ·
You will not escape the internal logic of Capitalism unless you directly challenge it as a system. Notice that while the title of the article suggest corruption while the article itself walks through the logical outcomes when "the concept of treating inmates as commodities that must be grown for profit." Whenever you read words like "marketplace" and "incentives" dealing with any aspect of a social service.....people would be wise to through up a red flag.
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Re: America's Corrupt Justice System: Federal Private Prison Populations Grew by 784% in 10 Year Span

Norland ·
Wayward dogs go to the Dog Pound. Prisons should be renamed the African Pound, because there's really no difference in treatment. In reality, the Dog Pound's probably much more safe. Locked in a building, in a cage. So animalistic!!
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Re: FCC Issues Order to Lower Prison Phone Rates

Yemaya ·
The issue is people being incarcerated unjustly WHY do we care how much they are paying for phone calls?? Damn I couldn't care less! Free the unjustly convicted!
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Re: FCC Issues Order to Lower Prison Phone Rates

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Yemaya: The issue is people being incarcerated unjustly WHY do we care how much they are paying for phone calls?? Damn I couldn't care less! Free the unjustly convicted! I understand your point Yemaya, however, what you may not be considering is the fact that people cannot assist in their own defense or be properly defended from behind bars, especially when they cannot afford to make the appropriate phone calls or the number of phone calls needed to be made. But, even...
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Re: FCC Issues Order to Lower Prison Phone Rates

DennisKalita ·
Whaaaat?! YES, cut the phone rates! Suffering is an Industry. Profits made from this + killing other people’s children in wars + the lucrative black male prison industry ruin the nation.
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Re: FCC Issues Order to Lower Prison Phone Rates

Xumbrarchist ·
Originally Posted by Yemaya: The issue is people being incarcerated unjustly WHY do we care how much they are paying for phone calls?? Damn I couldn't care less! Free the unjustly convicted! Even if someone is justly incarcerated why is that an excuse to rip off the families to talk to them? Xum
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

sunnubian ·
BLACK YOUTH ARE IN PERIL UNCONSTITUTIONAL EXECUTIVE ORDERS POLICE STATE DICTATORSHIP MARSHALL LAW IN THE UNITED STATES FORCED CONSCRIPTION Federal seizure of housing and finance Federal seizure of airports and aircraft Federal seizure of ALL transportation Federal seizure of people for workforce [FORCED LABOR] | SLAVERY Federal seizure of health-education-welf AUTO-REGISTERED FOR MILITARY Executive Order Justice Department authority to enforce relocation relocate communities Seize all...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
When you have to live by someone else's rules, regulations and laws, you sure as hell aren't free. Who are these Rhesus cousins???? Does England rule this joint?? Some damn "King"? How'd we get here to become "slaves" in the first damn place? Why don't they pay us so we can get the fuck out???? What are we "protecting" when we fight THEIR wars??? If we're "American" why do they call us and treat us like Niggers?? Where's your papers that state you're a citizen???? Have you ever taken the...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
ummmm it's ALWAYS been an executive order to justify MURDERING black people since the end of slavery. Nothing's change except our OWN people do it to us too. By way of gangs...which transformed into music moguls like P. Diddy....Jay Z, They were ALL gangs members killing each other across the country. Tupac and Biggie did it. So we SERIOUSLY need to talk about that Minister F. Not just what massa is doing to us but what we are doing to ourselves. Is why I removed ALL respect of those who...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
The only "rap" I listened to is Eminem's "rap" against Orange Anus Mouth; the rest is noise to me. Thank God for this contraption, because I can watch the Tavares, Johnny Mathis, AAron Neville, Billy Ekstein, go back to the 20's and listen to the Ink Spots if I want, the BeeGees, the Doobie Brothers; whether alive or dead, people who can/could SING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I've never been a fan of "musical noise," whooping and hollering and words that make no damn sense whatsoever with...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
I hear ya my sista. Rap literally means rape of African American music history...except that OUR music from gospel to soul music is sooooooooooooooo strong....it will wrap rap around its ankle and stoop on it at the same time. Cuz it's like a SNAKE. Sneaking pretending it's music. Not music. And I agree Minister F and his boys are just flapping gums. Where were they when ALL these young black men were killed across the country? Why didn't they demonstrate? Since you know Minister F has ALL...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
That's how women get raped 3 times by the same Porky Pig-looking mf; following the bastard around looking for money. They get the money and some pencil dick thrown in for good measure. They're lucky they're still breathing. Damn fools!!!!!!
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
Yep you're right. And it's something sick about a male not man who rapes his own women and destroys his community-then wanna blame it on massa. And it's something sick about a male who want to degrade the very person who not only gave him life but potty trained his ass....I didn't see any of his so-called brothers volunteering to do it. So. Women raised men to disrespect them? No these men turn on the women who give them live to prove to the enemy they have worth. The enemy? Don't give a...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
There is NO explanation for the "crazy" so-called "men" harbor these days. They're crazy world-wide. Nothing but a bunch of murderers. The fuckers rape during war. How they manage that, I'll never know. Sex would be the last thing on my mind if bullets and bombs were dropping all around my black ass. No one can take a bath; everyone must smell like unwashed Grizzlies just before they're raped and shredded into spaghetti. Every war these bastards fight, they leave their babies all over the...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
I just heard it's new thing kid thugs are doing now? Killing over music called "drill" music-which is in a gang group there is one member who can rap. They are depended on him to make it big as a "rap" star and take them with him. But in the meantime, they terrorize their own neighborhoods and if some other black gang is playing their drill music in their hood-that is a sign of disrespect so they shoot to kill. Aint that a bitch? Black folks are demonstrating about black lives matter and...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
It's not music, it's drill NOISE. All the singers are in their 70's, 80's heading toward their 90's or deader than door nails. These young, ignorant niggers are brain damaged from birth. They can't think for themselves, always following some damn fool like themselves, can't talk worth a damn, can't read, have no semblance of education, pants hanging off the heads of their peckers, fucking each other in the ass, heading to the white man's gorilla cages they love so much. They need to be...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
I agree my sista. The fabulous Fats Domino just died. Now he was a musician and a singer. Music is suppose to inspire. But now? Rap has murdered hip hop and replaced dancing with dead bodies. I don't KNOW how so called brothas can't see that. They are so busy trying to make those dollars they don't EVEN know or even realize that SOON...real soon....they are gonna be SOLD for those SAME dollars. Pitiful. But!
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
They can't spend the dollars once those bullets hit them in the chest and ass. Their money will be spent burying their black asses in caskets 6 feet under. Biggie's not here; Tupac's not here; a whole bunch others are not here. Black men are dumber than a box of rocks, especially the young ones. It wasn't always like that; but it's beyond horrendous now. Malcolm X wasn't old, Martin Luther King wasn't old, Muhammad Ali wasn't old. They didn't take any shit. Martin Luther King was the kindest...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
Koco, you know I remember Fats Domino. I damn near remember the Ink Spots. I'll play them on YouTube every now and then. Every now and then, I'll watch BoJangles or black people from the 40's dance on YouTube. Also, the handsomeness of Billy Ekstein, Harry Belafonte, The Tavares, Johnny Mathis, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Dells, Elvis was handsome when he first appeared on the scene, The BeeGees, Smoky Robinson, etc. Black and White makes no difference to me.
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
I'm not into that murder music either. However, there are academic professors trying to insist to look beyond the words and see the message. I told one of them that words are powerful so no I'm not looking for no message cuz there isn't one. These fools wanna call women out their names and use profanity cuz for the most part? THEY CANNOT READ!!!! Or write. There's this guy in Cali called Nipsey Hussle from the Los Angeles area who bought a Fatburger franchise...a popular burger joint in the...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
Koco, I'm too damn old to listen to these young, uneducated Black, Negroes, Niggers, Jigaboos, whatever they're called; whoop and holler on a CD that I've spent ten dollars or more on. Cary Grant was the handsomest white man that ever lived, I think. Rock Hudson was no slouch either. Both of them had dark hair. Cary was from England, no telling what was flowing through his genes. In "The Bishop's Wife", when he looked up into the church towards the end of the movie, he looked like a GOD!!!
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
I forgot about those two. They weren't not in my generation although I did see their films but they didn't touch me in the way Presley did. I think the music and the way he danced were so much like black culture that was the real connection for me. Today? There is a war against black people. And they are using MUSIC which was our salvation during slavery against us. For me? That's the justifiable homicide child soldiers are playing into. Every conspiracy against us? Have a coon involved. So...
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Norland ·
When I was 14, I received 7 of Elvis' records for my birthday and thought I'd hit the damn lotto. My young buddy and myself were flapping all over the floor with glee. I have his records now. CD's of course; the 33 and 1/3 or whatever they were called are long gone; as is my 14th birthday. Cary Grant was born in 1904 and Rock Hudson was born in 1925. Not my generation either, but TMC is my favorite movie channel when I want to look at a movie; which isn't very often. I like the old musicals,...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
Sista Norland wrote: Koco, where did all the other posters go?????? I have no idea. Although there is always a lot of guests here reading but never posts. Brotha RR comes in now and then. And Brotha DK? I think it may be work related because I heard talk about having to go out of town for work. And from time to time Brotha Raptor makes an appearance. It truly think it's because there are not any new folks to debate with. Most know where we stand. But I don't come here to debate. I come to...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
If we could meet each other here personally, I'll bet we'd have a natural ball. We're like family. We say what we say. and that's what we say!!! We understand the crapola of the day. We're cool!!!!
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
Yes. Like a school reunion....but! A site reunion instead. I think folks have gone their ways and are focused on getting this Adminstration with as little skid marks as possible. Folks could possibly be holding their breaths to see what gonna happen next. See it wasn't that way with my president. Folks were on here all the time debating. And not afraid of debating. It's a different climate now. And it is really hard connecting with real black folks. People are keeping to themselves and...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
America's all we know. Don't know if it's the best place or not. It's not Syria or Iraq. It hasn't been a piece of cake for people originally from Africa. Lots of hatred for no damn reason. I don't like Donald Trump and would tell him to his face if I could. I think there's something wrong with his wrinkled ass. I came to the planet before him and he doesn't intimidate me. I was potty trained before he, G.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton slid out their mothers' wombs. Just another...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
I only say that cuz at least with women....we aint getting our coochies cut. We don't have to cover our faces and at best we are not being treated as subhuman slaves by our forced husbands. Children do not have to marry grown ass men and at least...except for Flint, Michigan we can have access to water and can take a bath-which I appreciate every day. Cuz if you look every one with black skin world wide is targeted in some way. The Rhoniyas[sp] in South East Asia came there the same way we...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
Lord knows, I deal with those so-called "females with penises." They're my grands and one great with initially a vagina. It's beyond hard for me to deal with, but I do, graciously. I love my girls' babies. They both had 3 and out of those 3 came an entire army. The majority of them are smart and funny; the sexual confusion is not MY business and HARD for ME to face, but I do. They can't discuss with me, but I accept their "friends" and have a great time when we're all together. I keep my...
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Re: New Orleans Police Kept a Secret, CIA-Backed Policing System for Years; Guess Who It Targets?

sunnubian ·
AFRICAN AMERICA UNDER SURVEILLANCE CONSTANT STATE SURVEILLANCE CONSTANT FEDERAL SURVEILLANCE CONSTANT CIA "BACKED" SURVEILLANCE AFRICAN AMERICANS VIEWED AS "THE ENEMY" Guess Who It Targets Policing System for Years TECHNOLOGY CIA-Backed CIA THE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICANS THE WAR ON BLACK PEOPLE THE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN THE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICAN YOUTH THE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICAN CHILDREN THE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICA THE WAR ON THE BLACK RACE
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Re: New Orleans Police Kept a Secret, CIA-Backed Policing System for Years; Guess Who It Targets?

Norland ·
These assholes have been making money of our black behinds for 500 years in all ways imaginable. None of us should leave our houses, homes, projects without sprouting a set of wings. Be as angelic as possible, or you'll end up in your grave talking to Lucifer, compliments of yours or them. That's why they're so in love with the god damned guns. Bullets are made to plug up our asses by yours or them. Every now and then, it's their behinds that get the bullet, that flew that direction with one...
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Re: New Orleans Actor & Activist Wendell Pierce on the "Greatest Crime" in Wake of Hurricane Katrina

Norland ·
The Great Crime is us being here from Jump Street.
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Monsanto Wins Lawsuit While Food Justice Advocates 'Occupy' Food System

sunnubian ·
Published on Monday, February 27, 2012 by Common Dreams Monsanto Wins Lawsuit While Food Justice Advocates 'Occupy' Food System Organic seed farmer Jim Gerritsen: "This flawed ruling will not deter us from continuing to seek justice." - Common Dreams staff On a day that 'Occupy' groups, environmental and food justice organizations have called for a global day of action to resist corporate control of the food system , news comes that a federal judge has ruled in favor of seed giant Monsanto...
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FBI Updates Its Definition of "Rape"

sunnubian ·
FBI Updates Its Definition of "Rape" —By Kate Sheppard | Fri Jan. 6, 2012 3:06 PM PST The issue of what constitutes "rape" got a lot of attention last year after Republicans in Congress tried to redefine the term as it applies to federal laws in order to limit exceptions to the ban on federal funding for abortions to those for which the pregnancy was the result of "forcible rape." (Because those friendly, non-aggressive rapes are so common.) But as a number of women's groups pointed out,...
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Holder endorses reduced sentences for non-violent inmates

sunnubian ·
Holder endorses reduced sentences for non-violent inmates Kevin Johnson, USA TODAY 8:05 p.m. EDT March 13, 2014 U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder (Photo: Nicholas Kamm, AFP/Getty Images) Attorney General Eric Holder endorsed a proposal that would result in shorter prison sentences for many nonviolent drug traffickers, saying the change would rein in runaway federal prison costs and create a fairer criminal justice system. (March 13) Newslook WASHINGTON — Attorney General Eric Holder on...
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Traffic Diverted as a 'mock' Obama shown hanging from Noose over Federal Highway

sunnubian ·
tmservo433 Follow RSS Daily Kos member Profile Diaries (list) Stream MON JUN 02, 2014 AT 09:51 AM PDT Traffic Diverted as a 'mock' Obama shown hanging from Noose over Federal Highway by tmservo433 Follow Email 239 Comments / 239 New http://fox4kc.com/... GRAIN VALLEY, Mo. — Crews are investigating after a dummy bearing a President Obama face mask was found hanging from the Lesholz Bridge over I-70 near Grain Valley, Mo. Police received the report around 5:30 a.m. Monday. Authorities rerouted...
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How the Irish Became White? Paul Ryan's Ugly Public Embrace of Anti-Black Racism and Eugenic

sunnubian ·
FRI MAR 14, 2014 AT 12:10 PM PDT How the Irish Became White? Paul Ryan's Ugly Public Embrace of Anti-Black Racism and Eugenics by chaunceydevega Follow Email 223 Comments / 223 New Paul Ryan is the leader of the Republican Party’s “intellectual” wing. He has been described by the news media in fawning terms as a “policy wonk”, a “numbers guy”, and a “serious thinker”. Consequently, Ryan's recent claim that "inner city" black men are lazy and have no work ethic is a revealing insight into the...
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Personality test.

Oshun Auset ·
Below is Dr. Phil's test. (Dr. Phil scored 55; he did this test on Oprah - she got a 38.) Some folks pay a lot of money to find this stuff out! Read on, this is very interesting!Don't be overly sensitive! The following is pretty accurate and it only...
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PETITION

sunnubian ·
Tell the Federal Election Committee: Investigate Romney's Donors from Overseas Sign this Petition! 3,106 signatures of 5,000 As it turns out, the Republican Presidential nominee may not be eligible to actually run for President. While he was overseas, Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney held numerous fundraisers which were closed to all journalists (except one who did not have access to the donor list). In our campaign laws, it is blatantly illegal for a political candidate to accept...
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How Many Gun Dealers Are There In Your State?

sunnubian ·
How Many Gun Dealers Are There In Your State?The United States has 58,344 Federally Licensed Gun Dealers.* That's nearly twice the number of post offices.See how many gun dealers are in your state and share the national map with your friends and...
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How Wall Street Defanged Dodd-Frank

sunnubian ·
How Wall Street Defanged Dodd-Frank Gary Rivlin April 30, 2013 | This article appeared in the May 20, 2013 edition of The Nation. Click to enlarge   The mood was triumphant on the morning of July 21, 2010, when Barack Obama, not quite two years into his presidency, strode to a podium inside the Ronald Reagan Building, a few blocks from the White House. As he prepared to sign the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act—the sweeping legislative package designed to prevent...
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America's Corrupt Justice System: Federal Private Prison Populations Grew by 784% in 10 Year Span

sunnubian ·
Posted by Tikkun Daily at 12:18 pm May 23, 2013 70 COMMENTS America's Corrupt Justice System: Federal Private Prison Populations Grew by 784% in 10 Year Span A man rolls a marijuana joint during a demonstration demanding a new law on the drug in Uruguay on May 8, 2013. Vermont's legislature on Monday voted to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana, making the New England state the 17th to relax Crossposted on Tikkun Daily By David Harris-Gershon (@David_EHG) From 1999-2010,...
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Judge Ends Katrina Flooding Lawsuits Against Feds

sunnubian ·
Judge Ends Katrina Flooding Lawsuits Against Feds December 31, 2013 | Filed under: Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff Residents of New Orleans were left to drown by the US federal government AFRICANGLOBE – Dozens of lawsuits seeking damages from the federal government for Hurricane Katrina-related levee failures and flooding in the New Orleans area are over. U.S. District Judge Stanwood Duval Jr. has dismissed the cases. The move comes more than a year after a federal appeals court...
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And the Black people in Chicago are shooting themselves

sunnubian ·
Fraternity Prank Made Black Mailman Haul 79 Boxes Labelled “F*ggot N*gger” Backward June 17, 2013 | Filed under: Featured , Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff Phi Delta Theta at the University of Chicago AFRICANGLOBE – A U.S. Post carrier got caught in the middle of a racist prank orchestrated by a fraternity of jackasses at the University of Chicago, the Chicago Sun-Times reports . About a week after Memorial Day, Iran Becton received an order to deliver 79 boxes to the Phi Delta Theta...
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FCC Issues Order to Lower Prison Phone Rates

sunnubian ·
FCC Issues Order to Lower Prison Phone Rates A telephone and a toilet are shown in the holding cell area where arrestees are allowed their phone call at the Santa Barbara County Sheriff Substation May 10, 2005 in Orcutt, California. (Photo by Aaron Lambert-Pool/Getty Images) Infographic: Hatty Lee by Jamilah King , Friday, August 9 2013, 12:11 PM EST 2K Comments Tags: infographic The Federal Communications Commission issued an order on Friday to lower the cost of prison phone rates. It’s an...
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Wrap It Up! UN Tells US To Finish Review Of Trayvon Martin Case

sunnubian ·
Wrap It Up! UN Tells US To Finish Review Of Trayvon Martin Case (DETAILS) Sep 5, 2013 By Christina Coleman 74 51 0 39 Wrap it up already. That’s what a group of United Nations independent experts are telling the U.S. government when it comes to finalizing the review of the Trayvon Martin case. According to UN.Org : “We call upon the US Government to examine its laws that could have discriminatory impact on African Americans, and to ensure that such laws are in full compliance with the...
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Obama Rejects Federal Aid for Detroit [?]

sunnubian ·
July 30, 2013 | Filed under: Featured , Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff 32 Detroit has suffered from years of mismanagement AFRICANGLOBE – The Obama administration has rejected any federal rescue package for Detroit. The White House, which handed trillions of dollars to the banks and auto corporations, has made it clear it will do nothing to protect the pensions, jobs and social services of Detroit’s workers, which are targeted for massive cuts in the largest municipal bankruptcy in...
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Mostly-White Ohio Suburb Fighting To Prevent Mostly-Black Bus-Riders From Entering Community

sunnubian ·
Mostly-White Ohio Suburb Fighting To Prevent Mostly-Black Bus-Riders From Entering Community By Scott Keyes on August 6, 2013 at 2:21 pm CREDIT: Dayton Daily News A lily-white Ohio suburb is doing everything it can, including risking millions in federal highway funding, to keep mostly minority bus-riders from a nearby city from entering their community. The showdown began in 2010 when the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority proposed adding three new bus stops in Beavercreek, a largely...
 
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