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Real Men Do Cry

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Re: Real Men Do Cry

RadioRaheem ·
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3IW7_eSIXp4
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RadioRaheem ·
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sz-NhGanOAE
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RadioRaheem ·
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nEfuE8Pw4U
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Bambuco Patiano

ricardomath ·
Señal Colombia Published on Oct 20, 2014 Invisibles - Las guerrillas del Patía Los valles del Patía en lo que hoy conocemos como el departamento del Cauca, se configuraron durante buena parte de la colonia, durante y después de las guerras independientes en el fortín de los negros huidos de las haciendas y los enclaves mineros de la entonces provincia del Cauca. Allí se configuró una sociedad autónoma e independiente, donde la fiereza de sus habitantes por defender su espacio y su libertad,...
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Let’s Go There: Do’s and Don’ts of Leadership

sunnubian ·
Let’s Go There: Do’s and Don’ts of Leadership Last week while at the grocery store I heard a dad tell his son, ‘Don’t put any more juice in the cart!’, AFTER his son already did it. The other day I heard a mom tell her daughter ‘Don’t touch my phone!’, AFTER her daughter had already started making a phone call. Yesterday I heard the sheriff on television tell the viewing audience ‘Don’t drink and drive after ringing in the New Year’, only to wake up and read about dozens of drunk driving...
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IRS Regulations Divide NAACP, Congressional Black Caucus

sunnubian ·
IRS Regulations Divide NAACP, Congressional Black Caucus By Eliana Johnson March 11, 2014 7:45 PM It’s rare that the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the Congressional Black Caucus fall on opposite sides of a political issue, but the Internal Revenue Service’s proposed regulation of 501(c)(4) groups has put them at loggerheads. While the NAACP last month issued a harsh critique of the controversial regulations, warning that they would cause many of the group’s...
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Haiti: Is the Diaspora Doing Enough? Part One

sunnubian ·
Haiti: Is the Diaspora Doing Enough? Part One By Gilbert Mercier NEWS JUNKIE POST Feb 4, 2012 at 9:04 pm - See more at: http://newsjunkiepost.com/2012...sthash.ZLrAvdOp.dpuf Maggy Gousse with her father and sister in New-York A bit more than two years after the devastating earthquake, the country which used to be called “The Pearl of the Caribbeans” is still in a complete state of disarray. Many Haitians are very religious people, and some put their hopes more in the hands of God than in...
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Re: Freedom Rider: Obama’s Prison Charade

Norland ·
Ya know, we're so absolutely hated in this country that if there was a way and I believe they're working on it, if all 43 million of us plus PRESIDENT OBAMA could be thrown in cages, it would be done. They really don't want any Africans walking freely on these strange lands. He could free Mumia if he was really serious about freeing some or that Native American who has been incarcerated forever and a day. Probably there should be 20,000 Africans behind bars, if that many in reality. They...
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Momentum ·
A lot of that I heard about but I just don't comment on it because it pisses me off to think about it. Don't get me started on Obama and what he could have done, its puzzling why on so many questions.....
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Norland ·
No one is allowed to help Africans walk in unity with the Cave Man. When it appears Africans are getting very interested in what a person or some people are saying that they believe may help their plight, that person or those person's lives are eliminated. They're assassinated. As long as we live in America, we WILL BE OWNED. That's the bottom line and the top one too. As long as we're here, we are going to be ruled by these fucks. Has nothing to do with the President. His father put him in...
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GoodMan ·
Originally Posted by Momentum: A lot of that I heard about but I just don't comment on it because it pisses me off to think about it. Don't get me started on Obama and what he could have done, its puzzling why on so many questions..... Obama is a scumbag You know what I hate about him and Black people like him.... Majority of White people will hate their fucking guts anyway...yet they are still so conscious of what they think about them, they won't help their own... But they are presented as...
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Norland ·
Just wait until Trump gets in, all your problems will be over as far as President Obama is concerned. Lordy, Trump!!!!!!!! Mrs. Calves and Thighs; the Same Size!!!!!!! Ole White's House is gonna be whiter than snowballs. In 1..2..3.. Trumpet's gonna reclassify us as the Refugees we are, and send us all on a slow boat back to the Motherland, on his dime. I'm sure they'll be happy for our White/Black asses to return. They're going to be wondering if all the Black women in America have...
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Re: Freedom Rider: Obama’s Prison Charade

Kocolicious ·
yea yea yea....just blame EVERYTHING that has gone wrong in America on my president. Just like massa blames everything on us when he needs an escape goat. I don't understand why we follow his pathology. We have enough problems as a culture on OUR own without adopting his scandalous legacy of no accountability for his crimes against humanity. JMHO is all. But!
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Norland ·
President Obama needs another Peace Prize just dealing with all these crazy, racist Caucasian ex-Europeans. All of them world-wide have the same hateful racist mindset. Their parents taught ALL of them this shit. President Obama's mother and grandparents must have taught him how to deal with this craziness. I think he handled himself fabulously. Hair turned grey and he's still fine. I don't know who that wasn't born with whites IN THE FAMILY could have dealt with this INSANE RACIST...
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The Porcine Doctrine

sunnubian ·
Black Agenda Report Home » Blogs » Raymond Nat Turner's blog Porcine Doctrine Submitted by Raymond Nat Turner on Wed, 10/08/2014 - 09:14 by Raymond Nat Turner Breathe Relax Aim Sight Squeeze Off bulls eyes on ‘suspects’ backs ’10 rings’ in ‘suspects’ chests Rummage through trusty ‘war bags’ for Guns with filed-off serial #s in baggies , Get good prints from warm hands as They bleed out , or just let the gun drop From the baggy, beside the bleeding out ‘Suspects,’ the shootees’ bodies —did...
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Freedom Rider: Obama’s Prison Charade

sunnubian ·
Freedom Rider: Obama’s Prison Charade Submitted by Margaret Kimberley on Wed, 07/15/2015 - 00:30 black mass incarceration by BAR editor and senior columnist Margaret Kimberley Barack Obama attempts to create a phony legacy as the prison “reform” president by extending clemency to 46 non-violent drug offenders – not all that many, by presidential standards. Yet, he went to the U.S. Supreme Court to keep 5,000 non-violent crack-cocaine offenders locked up. Obama’s “sudden desire to look like...
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Judge in Kentucky Admonishes Parents For Allowing Daughter to Develop a Fear of All Black Men

sunnubian ·
Judge in Kentucky Admonishes Parents For Allowing Daughter to Develop a Fear of All Black Men April 14, 2015 | Posted by Curtis Bunn Tagged With: fear of black men , gregory wallace , Olu Stevens , SpongeBob Square Pants 3 Google + 0 Reddit 1 0 0 In a scene that would seem unreal if it were in a movie, a Black judge in Kentucky admonished Black parents for instilling fear of Black men in their Black daughter. This all started two years ago, when Jordan and Tammy Gray’s 3-year-old daughter’s...
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Pull Up Your Pants: The Challenge and Trap of Respectability Politics

sunnubian ·
Pull Up Your Pants: The Challenge and Trap of Respectability Politics April 12, 2015 | Posted by ABS Staff By Charles F. Coleman Jr. There is a conversation in the Black community that always seems to surface during a discussion about the latest wrong that has been committed against one of us. It is the age-old discussion commonly referred to as respectability politics. Somewhat ironically, the greater the atrocity, the louder the conversation becomes. For the unfamiliar, respectability...
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Re: Pull Up Your Pants: The Challenge and Trap of Respectability Politics

Kocolicious ·
I'm just responding to the title. Well...young WHITE thugs need to pull their pants up too. We don't wanna see their asses either. Cuz what's good for the goose....is good for the gander. But!
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Re: Pull Up Your Pants: The Challenge and Trap of Respectability Politics

Norland ·
White men are always flashing themselves in their drawers on television. When they do, you say, "Where the hell is it?" Black men are NEVER in their drawers on TV because it'll be POW DOW. That's the difference and that's what has white men in a tizzy always in this country, against our males. If a young white male's pants are saggin' no one notices; could be a girl, for all one knows at first glance. Black men saggin' put the white man on sexual alert. He worries about all the females in...
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DennisKalita ·
Read it 3x. Sharp ! " . . . important difference between advocating for respectability and high standards versus playing respectability politics .. . ."
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Kocolicious ·
Ok. Read it. Still say that respectability starts in the home, community and then out in the world. All these academic jargoners can say what they want but if they wanna revisit the time when we were at our brilliance? They need to look at how it was done. And first off.......respect for yourself, your family, community. That's not happening currently. As why in my view black killings are at an all-time high. Cuz even when we at our best....listen to me here..WE WERE STILL BEING KILLED. Only...
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Re: Pull Up Your Pants: The Challenge and Trap of Respectability Politics

Norland ·
Maybe the test for us women from God on this planet is to find the few men that AREN'T murderers and killers, because most of them are. This in life is what we women were never to know; that's where COMMON SENSE is supposed to kick in.
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Re: Pull Up Your Pants: The Challenge and Trap of Respectability Politics

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: Ok. Read it. Still say that respectability starts in the home, community and then out in the world. All these academic jargoners can say what they want but if they wanna revisit the time when we were at our brilliance? They need to look at how it was done. And first off.......respect for yourself, your family, community. That's not happening currently. As why in my view black killings are at an all-time high. Cuz even when we at our best....listen to me...
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Re: Pull Up Your Pants: The Challenge and Trap of Respectability Politics

Kocolicious ·
I understand my sista. But my point is if you have respect already ingrained in you....respectability will be genuine and sincere. You can't develop something you don't have in the first place. And in the last 30 years or so....respectability in the black community was MURDERED by gang bangers. We as a group HAD respect for ourselves and our families....we worked hard and as a result was able to pull outta that despair massa said was because we were subhumans. Fast forward today....you can't...
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Re: Pull Up Your Pants: The Challenge and Trap of Respectability Politics

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: I understand my sista. But my point is if you have respect already ingrained in you....respectability will be genuine and sincere. You can't develop something you don't have in the first place. And in the last 30 years or so....respectability in the black community was MURDERED by gang bangers. We as a group HAD respect for ourselves and our families....we worked hard and as a result was able to pull outta that despair massa said was because we were...
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Re: Pull Up Your Pants: The Challenge and Trap of Respectability Politics

Kocolicious ·
Sista Sunnubian wrote: You're right about how the Black community has lost the respect we used to have and that used to be demanded from us. I see it in how young people speak to older people and the things young people will do in front of older people. But, really, it's not just the Black community, it's ALL of America in general. I mean, every time I'm making a purchase and some young girl (or guy) (or fetus ) calls me "sweetie" or "hone"(short for honey) or "dear" or "baby", I just want...
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Re: Judge in Kentucky Admonishes Parents For Allowing Daughter to Develop a Fear of All Black Men

sunnubian ·
"Jordan Gray wrote a letter in a victim impact statement that their child was in “constant fear of Black men” because of the incident. “Whenever we are running errands, if we come across a Black male, she holds me tight and begs me to leave,” Gray wrote. “It has affected her friendships at school and our relationships with African-American friends.” ***************************************************************** I'm sure what the child's mother/parent stated is a bald-faced lie to begin...
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Re: Judge in Kentucky Admonishes Parents For Allowing Daughter to Develop a Fear of All Black Men

Norland ·
If some black men came bustin' through my door right now, unexpectedly, I'd be traumatized, big time. I can't imagine if I was three. I get scared looking at wrinkly huge heads on movie screens. My mother scared me with Goldilocks and the three bears: thebettatoEATCHAUP, all loud and shit. I almost died. I'm with the little girl. She'll get over it when she gets older; maybe not. Ya can't help what you fear. Spiders turn me into a white woman as soon as I see one; others don't have that...
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Re: Judge in Kentucky Admonishes Parents For Allowing Daughter to Develop a Fear of All Black Men

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Norland: If some black men came bustin' through my door right now, unexpectedly, I'd be traumatized, big time. I can't imagine if I was three. I get scared looking at wrinkly huge heads on movie screens. My mother scared me with Goldilocks and the three bears: thebettatoEATCHAUP, all loud and shit. I almost died. I'm with the little girl. She'll get over it when she gets older; maybe not. Ya can't help what you fear. Spiders turn me into a white woman as soon as I see...
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Norland ·
She probably doesn't have fear of the men in the family/the men she loves; it's probably strangers that favor the ones that "busted" down the door. She's all wrapped up in Spongebob and all of a sudden all hell breaks loose and she's looking down the nozzle (whatever they're called) of a gun with a crazed faced black man waving it all about. I don't know about anyone else, but I'd have been scared too, at age 3 and probably at the age I am now.
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Re: Judge in Kentucky Admonishes Parents For Allowing Daughter to Develop a Fear of All Black Men

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Norland: She probably doesn't have fear of the men in the family/the men she loves; it's probably strangers that favor the ones that "busted" down the door. She's all wrapped up in Spongebob and all of a sudden all hell breaks loose and she's looking down the nozzle (whatever they're called) of a gun with a crazed faced black man waving it all about. I don't know about anyone else, but I'd have been scared too, at age 3 and probably at the age I am now. I wonder if all...
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Re: Judge in Kentucky Admonishes Parents For Allowing Daughter to Develop a Fear of All Black Men

DennisKalita ·
Works both ways . . . Black Judge Gives Black Home Invader Probation, Attacks White Family for Racism http://www.breitbart.com/big-g...e-family-for-racism/
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Re: Judge in Kentucky Admonishes Parents For Allowing Daughter to Develop a Fear of All Black Men

sunnubian ·
I guess I have to retract my prior comments, because, for some reason, I could have sworn that the parents and child were also Black. [I'm reading too many things; some things may be mushing together]
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MaynardJ ·
Here is a novel idea. Act civilized, treat other people with respect and decency. The result will be a reduction in fear. No one fears Asian men. Why is that? Could it be a significant difference in the behavior of the two groups?
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Re: Judge in Kentucky Admonishes Parents For Allowing Daughter to Develop a Fear of All Black Men

NSpirit ·
Because the activity of Asian gangs, Asian mafia, Asian smugglers Asian sweatshops and Asian sex traffickers in ALL the major cities across America does not get publicized. Asians do not let others in their business and tend to settle their disputes among themselves. They benefit having their criminal activity hidden from average dumbasses of America.
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Norland ·
At the rate the men of the world are committing all these horrendous murders, decapitations, all men will be feared. Seems they're ALL CAPABLE, provoked or non provoked, of committing the most horrendous atrocities, with murder being #1.
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Re: Bambuco Patiano

ricardomath ·
"Allá van las corta mates con trapo hacha y machete. Tambien llevan garavatos y un trapo para ser rodete. Cuando amanece lloviendo..." Sur Real - Las cortamate (Capítulo completo) En el Valle del Patía, al sur del departamento del Cauca existe una práctica ancestral, que se ha convertido en parte integral de la cultura y la identidad de los habitantes de esta zona, el corte de mate. Desde muy temprano Ana Celia y Amalfi, emprenden un largo viaje por las áridas praderas de este territorio,...
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Re: Bambuco Patiano

ricardomath ·
BAMBUCO PATIANO 2010
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Re: Bambuco Patiano

ricardomath ·
Con Olor a Región - Bambuco Patiano, la música de nuestros campesinos del Cauca Universidad Nacional Abierta y a Distancia UNAD Published on Oct 29, 2014 El progreso de una comunidad se puede sentir cuando expresan el fortalecimiento de la cultura tradicional de sus orígenes; así lo ha hecho por más de 25 años la Cooperativa Agropecuaria de Usuarios Campesinos del Patía quienes han aprovechado a sus integrantes para recuperar la identidad afro patiana y promover su cultura musical. Gracias a...
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Re: Bambuco Patiano

ricardomath ·
Sur Real - La pedagogía de la corridez (Capítulo completo) En las tierras del sur del departamento del Cauca, nace la Pedagogía de la Corridéz, una nueva propuesta etnoeducativa, creada por la maestra Lola, una mujer afrodescendiente, una mujer de hacha y de machete que en medio de las adversidades sociales y económicas de su territorio, ha querido generar escenarios que llenen de esperanza los sueños de muchos. Al ritmo de sus coplas y al sonar de su banda interpretando instrumentos propios...
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Re: Bambuco Patiano

ricardomath ·
Evocando a mi Patía. El Bordo Cauca, Colombia Esta es una pequeña muestra de la riqueza cultural y agroambiental que tiene nuestra Región del Alto Patía, acompañada de la bella canción "Evocando a mi Patía" del maestro y cantautor Elvar Mosquera, el juglar Patiano.
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ricardomath ·
Grupo de danzas I.E Capitan Bermudez de Patía, Patía El Bordo Patía Cauca Published on Feb 2, 2017 Grupo de danzas I.E Capitan Bermudez de Patía, Patía Category: Entertainment
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Re: Bambuco Patiano

ricardomath ·
son del tuno: popayán
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Re: Bambuco Patiano

ricardomath ·
LAS CANTAORAS DEL PATÍA : Las cortamates
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ricardomath ·
Cantadoras del Patia - Petronio Álvarez 2009
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Re: Bambuco Patiano

ricardomath ·
vamos al patia. son de capellania
 
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