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Re: Commemorating Political Prisoners During Black August

Kocolicious ·
It seems like it's 1960 again. And it's regressing fast. Cuz what we talked about back then is what we are CURRENTLY discussing today. I heard about Aretha Franklin's taking about a statement he made at her funeral. And Steve shouted black lives matter. And the preacher said black lives don't matter, if black folks don't care about each other. We need to start caring about each other again. And he is soooooooooooooooooooooooooo right! Black on black crime.....nasty neighbors....family...
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Re: War On The Black Community – The Gantt Report

Norland ·
You know, if the shoe was on the other foot and we were killing them and shooting them down like they do everything breathing, this place would be the U.S. of ISIS. It would NEVER be tolerated. Shit, they'd probably rain nuclear weaponry upon our black asses and theirs too accidentally. They would OBLITERATE everything in the process. This crap has been going on 500 years with these European Rejects/Expelled. Plus, their ancestors went to Africa, kidnapped the peeps, forced them to work for...
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War On The Black Community – The Gantt Report

sunnubian ·
War On The Black Community – The Gantt Report By Editorial_Staff - Aug 17, 2015 State trooper savagely beating Black woman AFRICANGLOBE – I’ve been reading some of the writings of my friends, colleagues and even some of my enemies and I discovered that many of those persons are describing attacks taking place in African American communities as acts of war! A war can certainly be more than an open, armed conflict between two countries or between factions in the same country. A war can also be...
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Commemorating Political Prisoners During Black August

sunnubian ·
Commemorating Political Prisoners During Black August By LEAH FLEMING & TAYLOR GANTT • AUG 24, 2018 Tweet Share Google+ Email KEVIN 'RASHID' JOHNSON Earlier this week, prisoners in Georgia and 16 other states went on strike to protest what they call modern day slavery within the prison system. Back in the 1970s, another prison movement started in the month of August. It became known as Black August, a time to acknowledge the political struggles of African American prisoners. GPB's Leah...
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