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Re: Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement

Norland ·
It's slaver still in effect, just a tad more subtle. Not much different from 1619; just bamboozled. Africans have NEVER been liked in America; but tolerated. That's dropping by the wayside now.
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Re: Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement

homie ·
Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement Of course! Harvard University tenured Law professor and author of the book Faces At The Bottom of the Well Derrick Bell proclaimed the permanence of racism. Dr. Bell argued that “racism is an integral, permanent and indestructible component of this society…Racism is so ingrained in American life that no matter what blacks do to better their lot, they are doomed to fail as long as the majority of whites do not see their own well-being...
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Re: Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement

DennisKalita ·
Originally Posted by homie: Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement Of course! Harvard University tenured Law professor and author of the book Faces At The Bottom of the Well Derrick Bell proclaimed the permanence of racism. Dr. Bell argued that “racism is an integral, permanent and indestructible component of this society…Racism is so ingrained in American life that no matter what blacks do to better their lot, they are doomed to fail as long as the majority of whites do...
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Re: Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by homie: Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement Of course! Harvard University tenured Law professor and author of the book Faces At The Bottom of the Well Derrick Bell proclaimed the permanence of racism. Dr. Bell argued that “racism is an integral, permanent and indestructible component of this society…Racism is so ingrained in American life that no matter what blacks do to better their lot, they are doomed to fail as long as the majority of whites do...
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Re: Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement

Norland ·
We're 44 million folks against 250 plus million Caucasian folks. Even if our house is standing all they have to do is huff and puff in our direction and there goes the house. We all need to leave America to go only God knows where and then what? This is all we know, racism. hatred, killing, Caucasoids, and all.
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Re: Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement

Norland ·
What are these things sunnubian? They're some kind of "white" something or another? Are they running for President?? Is that top picture from a horror show?
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Re: Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement

RadioRaheem ·
Black unity has always been a threat. The FBI was created to destroy Marcus Garvey's movement and they didn't even slow down their attack on Black Power. They even were onsite for Brother Malcolm's assassination, even had an agent give him First Aid. Anytime more than 6 Blacks gathered, it is a SERIOUS PROBLEM!!! But still we need to fight......we have no choice!
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Re: Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement

Norland ·
Gee, I was just visiting GodlikeProductions and someone said that the President might bring up the subject of reparations. So a "mister" calling himself "the tricky big guy said in huge capital letters: "F" you O-Homo you racist "c-sucker". I have never in my life seen such blatant disrespect displayed on any other president that has been president since I've been on the planet. This is about the nastiest I've seen directed at President Obama. This one takes the cake. May the next flood wipe...
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Re: Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Norland: What are these things sunnubian? They're some kind of "white" something or another? Are they running for President?? Is that top picture from a horror show? Those are the creatures from the Wayward Pines tv series that was briefly on, but all of a sudden, stopped coming on. It was a story about after something catastrophic occurrence, only a few human beings were left on the planet [supposedly] and they all lived in a self-contained community/town that was...
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Re: Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement

Norland ·
Thanks sunnubian. I don't watch that kind of stuff, so that's why I didn't know. I don't watch too many shows of today. I like The Voice, The Carbonaro Effect, Pawn Stars, Documentaries, a little Sanford & Son, that's about it. I like YouTube, buying stuff from Amazon, watching all the music acts I like on YouTube, plus sometimes Minister Farrakhan, you guys and my jig saw puzzles and a few other regular websites that meet my fancy. I steet clear of evil stuff on TV; I don't want to jinx...
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Re: Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Norland: Thanks sunnubian. I don't watch that kind of stuff, so that's why I didn't know. I don't watch too many shows of today. I like The Voice, The Carbonaro Effect, Pawn Stars, Documentaries, a little Sanford & Son, that's about it. I like YouTube, buying stuff from Amazon, watching all the music acts I like on YouTube, plus sometimes Minister Farrakhan, you guys and my jig saw puzzles and a few other regular websites that meet my fancy. I steet clear of evil...
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Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement

sunnubian ·
Racism In US Rages On Despite Black Lives Matter Movement By Editorial_Staff - Nov 3, 2015 Black Americans are the victims of constant government surveillance and subversion AFRICANGLOBE – ‘Plus Ça change …’ say the French; or ‘The more things change, of course, the more they stay the same.’ That thought, with all its despair and wisdom, resonates with particular power when we look at the Black Freedom Struggle, which, despite its ebbs and flows, has a sameness that seems to suspend it in...
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The Budget Deal and Neoliberalism: The U.S. and South African Connection

sunnubian ·
Black Agenda Report Home » Blogs » Ajamu Baraka's blog The Budget Deal and Neoliberalism: The U.S. and South African Connection Email SHAREBAR Submitted by Ajamu Baraka on Tue, 01/07/2014 - 17:40 Detroit Bankruptcy gentrification Mandela neoliberalism Obama neoliberalism South Africa neoliberalism Bush tax cuts Congressional budget Federal Employee Wage Freeze Head Start Cuts Medicare cuts Occupy Movement Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Unemployment Insurance Cuts Printer-friendly...
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ADOS Shrinks Reparationist Politics to Fit the Cramped Horizon of Tribalism

sunnubian ·
ADOS Shrinks Reparationist Politics to Fit the Cramped Horizon of Tribalism Bruce A. Dixon , BAR managing editor 15 Mar 2019 “ ADOS followers throw away the internationalism of their forbears, embracing instead a sometimes polite, but always frank hostility toward immigrants of all nations on the grounds that they’re either economic competition for native-born blacks...” Why can’t y’all just decide to be what you already are – more like us – a white co-worker named Travis asked me in the...
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Re: ADOS Shrinks Reparationist Politics to Fit the Cramped Horizon of Tribalism

RadioRaheem ·
The writer is misinformed. ADOS is not about dividing the Africans that were enslaved by other countries. The purpose is to focus on the legitimate claim of Africans in America that have been enslaved here, built this country, and are due reparations. If the descendants of Caribbean slave nations want to file a claim against their former colonizer, they can and should do so on their own. This matter has been brought to the spotlight because the Democratic Party just get free votes from Black...
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Re: ADOS Shrinks Reparationist Politics to Fit the Cramped Horizon of Tribalism

sunnubian ·
I must admit that the writer's point was confusing to me, in that it accuses this movement (ADOS) of tribalsim, supposedly, it appears, because ADOS is only advocating for Reparations for descendants of American slaves. However, from the beginning, each Black nation has demanded Reparations from their perspective former enslavers/colonizers, etc. So, . . .
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