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Cholly ·
Well my dear brother, Dr. Cornel West, instead of trying to sell your former road dogs on the open real estate market, here is what you can do: Since President Obama has been reelected for 4 more years, you Dr. West sir, along with Tavis Smiley, have another 4 more years to make your case to the newly elected, 2d term President Of The United States about your purposed agenda and the obvious ills of the African American community (that the President knows all too well about) and other...
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Re: WHOA!

Muhammad Cipher ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: I have a problem with West actually calling the President "blackface", but what West is saying is essentially true, however, the mistake West keeps making, especially right now, is that the blame does not lie squarely at the feet of the President. The blame lies squarely at the feet of the Congress, more specifically at the feet of Congressional members that have passed bills and voted on legislation over the past 12 years, before AND during President Obama's...
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kresge ·
Originally Posted by Muhammad Cipher: One has to wonder no such thing. West's comments are based on Obama's record. This is part of why there is a spit between issue based/and cheerleader journalism in the Black community. Brother West as been quite fair and consistent in is criticism of President Obama. Of course these kinds of cheer-leading cannot begin to deal with how Glen Ford tore through Micheal Eric Dyson. It would be nice to read an article that deals with the issues that Tavis and...
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sunnubian ·
"Excellent analysis. I wish people would offer an analysis on the substance of the comment instead of ad hominem attacks on West et al." ************************************************************* Is why West should have left the "Blackface" comment out of his critique of President Obama. I personally don't believe that President Obama, just like any other President of the United States, is beyond criticism, but, I do believe that the focus of the criticism should be his policies.
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Re: WHOA!

sunnubian ·
He's words seem harsh because it cuts at peoples desire to see a Black man be successful in a way that separates his actions from the good ole boy system. But increasing what is happening that people who did (or want) to support Obama cannot reconcile that desire with Obama's own record. This is going to heat up, as many did in fact cut him a break during the election, because they didn't want to see Mit win. However, the issues they raised didn't disappear, nor did their concerns. During...
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Kocolicious ·
@ Brotha Cholly!!! You're a man after my own heart!!!! What a brilliant commentary. Just brilliant!!!
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EbonyRose ·
To me, the only thing that makes Dr. West's commentary even minimally respectable is the fact that he didn't focus, neither exclusively or even primarily, only on complaining about the President's lack of addressing the "Black issues" ... which is the complaint that most Black "President-complaining" people seem to ONLY be able to complain about!! (The "the Black President isn't fixing the Black issues of the Black agenda that specifically targets Black people" crowd). He, at least...
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Muhammad Cipher ·
"Does Dr. West honestly believe that any of the following policies/programs do not help the poor or African Americans? " Probably not, however that's not saying much. Giving $10 to a student or family buried in debt does help them-but its disingenuous to pretend as if he solves, or even puts a dent in the problem. Almost every single program that has been marketed as a great achievement has yielded mediocre results given the degree of the problem. The home refi program was and is a massive...
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EbonyRose ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: Does Dr. West honestly believe that any of the following policies/programs do not help the poor or African Americans? Dr. West (nor his supporters) don't really seem to CARE about ANYBODY who the President's policies and programs have actually HELPED!! After all .... he can't complain about - and he's certainly not going to compliment - the President for anything positive he may have done. In fact ... I haven't heard the good Dr. utter ONE WORD of...
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Muhammad Cipher ·
Originally Posted by EbonyRose: Originally Posted by sunnubian: Does Dr. West honestly believe that any of the following policies/programs do not help the poor or African Americans? Dr. West (nor his supporters) don't really seem to CARE about ANYBODY who the President's policies and programs have actually HELPED!! After all .... he can't complain about - and he's certainly not going to compliment - the President for anything positive he may have done. In fact ... I haven't heard the good...
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EbonyRose ·
Originally Posted by Muhammad Cipher: Each time someone attempts to deflect the criticism away from Obama by dismissing as a 'personal' issue or grudge, I (and anyone else) can easily point out how and why the criticism has merit based on Obama's own record. And herein, yet again, you are proving my point exactly, M.C.!!! The problem is NOT with any excessive "dismissing of criticism" of the President!! I can't think of ONE person on this board ... NOT ONE ... (with the exception of Ms.
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Muhammad Cipher ·
"And your unwavering support of that type of inequitable disparity .... speaks volumes for your own unwillingness at an attempt at 'equal debate' where the President's concerned" Can't agree. Its really simple. Cut out all the marketing hype and lets look at the programs and policies based on their design, the implementation, the performance in light of the depth of the problems people are facing. Every program you name, and policy you cite is subject to the same test. If your focus is on...
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Kocolicious ·
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Yemaya ·
I don't agree with Race To the Top, There's no way you're going to sugar coat it to make it go down any smoother. with 16% of black folks unemployed and god knows how many are underemployed, living on less than $250,000 the standard for the 'Middle Class' and enough of us live in neighborhoods or communities where the teachers are piss poor and lack access to proper teaching tools while being required to teach to a test. What are they going to kick kids out of class who don't perform so they...
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EbonyRose ·
@Yemaya .... Well ... since it hasn't been all that long since it started, I think the jury's still out on just HOW affective this program it is or isn't going to be. But what I think the good thing about Race to the Top is, is that .... it's not about 'teaching to a test' ... and actually it's not a national standard that every school has to adhere to, regardless of where they are or what types of students they have or even how much money as a school district they have. Race to the Top is a...
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Re: Who is REALLY the "race hustler"?

DennisKalita ·
Here’s a ( no mistake about it ) staged alternative from the same Nazi News group: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/...ilege_n_5714619.html
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Re: Who is REALLY the "race hustler"?

Xeon ·
"Now you wanna be a n*gga and call your woman a ho, you lost where you come from. We’ve got to clean up our community so we can clean up the United States of America! Rev. Al, you don’t understand what they doin’ to us. I understand. But I understand that nobody gonna help us if we don’t help ourselves. Sitting around feeling sorry for ourselves won’t solve our problems. Sitting around having ghetto pity parties rather than organizing and strategizing and putting our differences aside."...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

Norland ·
Ahhh, ain't no one bitchin' 'bout anythang!!!!!!
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

Raptor ·
Think of the afrikan centered schools that could use a portion of that money. Think of a black neighborhood that could foster a number of businesses on a block in any blackside of town, such as those in l.a. where dre. is from. I've been told of the famed crenshaw ave. that was a 'black strip' in terms of businesses and residence has been 'lightened' up. Think of what that money can do to maintain black business there. $70,000,000 dollars. ...Can only imagine.
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

EarthAndSky ·
Odd that he didn't donate any of it to one or more of the historical black colleges (Howard, Tuskegee, Spelman, Morehouse, etc.).
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

nuggyt ·
Why don't all you people bitching about it go make some money and donate it where you would like it to go.
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Raptor: Think of the afrikan centered schools that could use a portion of that money. Think of a black neighborhood that could foster a number of businesses on a block in any blackside of town, such as those in l.a. where dre. is from. I've been told of the famed crenshaw ave. that was a 'black strip' in terms of businesses and residence has been 'lightened' up. Think of what that money can do to maintain black business there. $70,000,000 dollars. ...Can only imagine.
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

Xeon ·
“Why don't all you people bitching about it go make some money and donate it where you would like it to go.” Excellent point! Dre has the right to donate his money to any institution or cause that he wants to. I’m sure he has personal reasons for donating his money to USC. Personally, I probably would not have done it but I respect his right to do so. I don’t recall any white philanthropists being railed at by other whites because they donated to a black institution or cause. Yet bitter...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

sunnubian ·
Denzel Washington donates $1 million to 'Save Africa's Children' Los Angeles : CA : USA | Oct 20, 2013 at 8:27 AM PDT BY Herbert Dyer, Jr. 9 0 VIEWS: 4,879 1 of 2 Denzel and Pauletta receive "Lifetime Achievement Award" from Save Africa's Children (Youtube video) "I'm very proud to be black, but black is not all I am. That's my cultural, historical background -- my genetic makeup. But it's not all of who I am, nor is it the basis from which I answer every question." — Denzel Washington It...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

RadioRaheem ·
for $35 million he could have started his own music/business school.
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RadioRaheem ·
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sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: for $35 million he could have started his own music/business school. That's a looooong way from $1Million. I posted this because it is RARE AS HELL that you actually see rich Black people doing ANYTHING to specifically help Black people. When they actually Do, that information needs to be spread across Black social media, considering that this Positive information of a wealthy/rich Black person actually doing something to help Black people in need will not...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: for $35 million he could have started his own music/business school. That's a looooong way from $1Million. I posted this because it is RARE AS HELL that you actually see rich Black people doing ANYTHING to specifically help Black people. When they actually Do, that information needs to be spread across Black social media, considering that this Positive information of a wealthy/rich Black person actually doing something to help Black people in need will not...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: And don't drop a dime on Black/African American Causes or to help African American/Black Youth or to help African American communities, to boot.
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

Kocolicious ·
That's why I cannot for the LIFE of me RESPECT any of these brothas. Just can't. They are FAKE, PHONY rich black men who got what they got based on the blood. sweat and death of blackfolks before them. The above men USED and abused the black community to get wealthy and then turned their backs as if they were born with silver spoons in their mouth-but we know DRUGS paved the way for them. I am NOT impressed with either diddy or Z. And Z influence on BeyBey has her gaping her legs when she...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: That's why I cannot for the LIFE of me RESPECT any of these brothas. Just can't. They are FAKE, PHONY rich black men who got what they got based on the blood. sweat and death of blackfolks before them. The above men USED and abused the black community to get wealthy and then turned their backs as if they were born with silver spoons in their mouth-but we know DRUGS paved the way for them. I am NOT impressed with either diddy or Z. And Z influence on BeyBey...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

Kocolicious ·
One day, my sista, mark my words....these so-called black celebrities are gonna REGRET not doing ALL they could for their black community. They are gonna be CALLED out and won't have a thang to say except "i'm sorry." And it gonna be tooooooooooooo late and will be THEIR fault cuz they had the ability to do HUGE, ENORMOUS effective changes that would have made a positive difference...but CHOOSE not to. That day is acoming. Soon, But!
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

Raptor ·
Originally Posted by Xeon: “Why don't all you people bitching about it go make some money and donate it where you would like it to go.” Excellent point! Dre has the right to donate his money to any institution or cause that he wants to. I’m sure he has personal reasons for donating his money to USC. Personally, I probably would not have done it but I respect his right to do so. I don’t recall any white philanthropists being railed at by other whites because they donated to a black...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: One day, my sista, mark my words....these so-called black celebrities are gonna REGRET not doing ALL they could for their black community. They are gonna be CALLED out and won't have a thang to say except "i'm sorry." And it gonna be tooooooooooooo late and will be THEIR fault cuz they had the ability to do HUGE, ENORMOUS effective changes that would have made a positive difference...but CHOOSE not to. That day is acoming. Soon, But! I remember many, many...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

Kocolicious ·
Yep! My sista. India is a PERFECT example of "vulgar display of wealth." Even today, in their caves you can see the thousands of buddha in varies sizes ALL made of GOLD!!! And interestingly, when the poor donate their hair to the gods of India....the hair received is a billion dollar industry for India. Indian hair? Those people donating it don't get a THIN dime. And now their women[who the country don't respect] is making MILLIONS being a surrogate for massa's babies. I think the republican...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

Kocolicious ·
Why couldn't he donate that MONEY or at least some of it to the black communities throughout the nation? What he just done was like pouring sand on the beach. That's why they call USC...University of Spoiled Children. Surely this brotha could have found some organization or agency in the black community that could have USED some of that money! Come on. This is sooooooooo pitiful. But!
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

Norland ·
He could have given each of us one mil and we could have separated ourselves from EVERYTHING WHITE for the rest of our lives and still had some change left over. No more looking at no lipped, no color, stodgy faced, consumed with all things hatred, terrorists. Just think, we'd be on our way to SOMEWHERE with peace and quiet and love for each other forever and ever ahhhhhhmen!!!!!
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

nuggyt ·
Funny how people bitch about what a man does with his money.
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Re: Education for Servitude: BLACK FACE, WHITE POWER – Dr. Wilson.

Xumbrarchist ·
Education and indoctrination are not the same thing. That is why it is so curious that Black Americans do not have a reading list for Black kids besides the so called BLACK HISTORY. Talking about POWER without talking about science and technology 45 years after the Moon landing is so absurd. Who controls the TV set to decide what ideas go into children's heads? Who decides the so called curriculum? Reading about White people complaining about Common Core is so hysterical. Xum
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Re: Secret Project Created Weaponized Ebola In South Africa In The 1980s

Norland ·
Are white people Man-Kind or some Kind of Man?? What are they/who are they?? One thing is for certain, they're no friend of the Black Man or anything else!!!!!!!! When we see one coming our way, we should take fuckin' FLIGHT in the opposite direction!!!!!!! God, all they do is scheme and connive AGAINST us. They are AFRICAN INSANE and strange looking. Just study the face above. Whew!!!!!!
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Re: Since It's Sunday, Let's Have "Church"

Kocolicious ·
I have been repeating this original story for so long to deaf so-called christian ears....and they don't wanna hear it. Oh no. But! The doctor said something I disagree with. Horus wasn't chopped into pieces....Orisis was. Set, Orisis brother killed him and cut him into 14 pieces and hide the trunk of Osiris in a tree after he had thrown Orisis' phallus in the river devoured by crocodilles and serpents.. Here's a depiction of Seth with pieces of Orisis' body coming from the river after he...
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Re: Since It's Sunday, Let's Have "Church"

RadioRaheem ·
I LOVE THIS POST!!!.. Thanks you for passing the knowledge on!!
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Re: [THE WAR ON THE BLACK RACE]: The Attack On Africans (Black People) Writing Their Own History- Asa Hillard

sunnubian ·
I know that this is not new information, but is is new to many people, therefore, it is important that it be posted, and re-posted, and disseminated among Black people and far and wide as possible.
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Re: [THE WAR ON THE BLACK RACE]: The Attack On Africans (Black People) Writing Their Own History- Asa Hillard

sunnubian ·
Asa Grant Hilliard III From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Asa Grant Hilliard III Born August 22, 1933 Galveston, Texas Died August 13, 2007 Cairo , Egypt Occupation Educator , psychologist , Egyptologist , and professor Spouse(s) Patsy Jo Hilliard Asa G. Hilliard III (August 22, 1933 – August 13, 2007), also known as Nana Baffour Amankwatia II, was an African-American professor of educational psychology who worked on indigenous ancient African history (ancient Egyptian), culture,...
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African Liberation Without Theology - Dr. James Smalls

sunnubian ·
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Understanding The Impact Of Afrikan Spirituality - Dr. James Smalls

sunnubian ·
Understanding The Impact Of Afrikan Spirituality - Dr. James Smalls DR. JAMES SMALLS TEACHER, RESEARCHER, BLACK NATIONALIST, PAN-AFRIKANIST Dr. Smalls has been in the struggle since his teenage years. He is a former body guard of Malcolm X. His knowledge and calming delivery are influential elements to break the programming of mis-education. Brother Smalls is a leader in the struggle against Eurocentric distortion of world history in the educational system. Much of his expertise is found in...
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Why Didn’t Black People Protest the Acquittal of Accused Freddy Gray Killer? An Interview with Carl Dix Submitted by Dr. Marsha Cole... on Tue, 06/28/2016 - 17:01

sunnubian ·
Why Didn’t Black People Protest the Acquittal of Accused Freddy Gray Killer? An Interview with Carl Dix Submitted by Dr. Marsha Cole... on Tue, 06/28/2016 - 17:01 editor and columnist Dr. Marsha Coleman-Adebayo News media outnumbered protesters after a Baltimore judge acquitted the cop charged with murdering Freddie Gray. The judge, the cop, the mayor, and the prosecutor are Black. “If Black people get positions of power in the system and use those positions to continue operations of the...
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Govt Fails in Response To Violence in Chicago, While Black Community Creates Change From the ‘Ground Up’

sunnubian ·
Govt Fails in Response To Violence in Chicago, While Black Community Creates Change From the ‘Ground Up’ November 9, 2014 | Posted by Taylor Gordon Despite a summer plagued with roughly 40 homicides happening every month and more than 80 people being shot over the Fourth of July weekend, both local and federal government bodies have remained apathetic towards the violence sweeping over Chicago —while community leaders are now doing everything they can to transform the city themselves. At...
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Secret Project Created Weaponized Ebola In South Africa In The 1980s

sunnubian ·
Secret Project Created Weaponized Ebola In South Africa In The 1980s November 13, 2014 | Filed under: Africa , Featured | Posted by: Editorial_Staff Wouter Bosson also known as DR. Death ran a secret biological weapons program called Project Coast which aimed to eradicated Africans germs AFRICANGLOBE – Operating out of South Africa during the Apartheid era in the early 1980’s, Dr. Wouter Basson launched a secret bioweapons project called Project Coast . The goal of the project was to develop...
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