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Being Alone, America, and Blackpeopletwitter: Barack Obama @BarackObama Michelle and I grieve with all the families in El Paso and Dayton who endured these latest mass shootings. Even if details are still emerging, there are a few things we already know to be true. First, no other nation on Earth comes close to experiencing the frequency of mass shootings that we see in the United States. No other developed nation tolerates the levels of gun violence that we do. Every time this happens, we're told that tougher gun laws won't stop all murders; that they won't stop every deranged individual from getting a weapon and shooting innocent people in public places. But the evidence shows that they can stop some killings. They can save some families from heartbreak. We are not helpless here. And until all of us stand up and insist on holding public officials accountable for changing our gun laws, these tragedies will keep happening Second, while the motivations behind these shootings may not yet be fully known, there are indications that the El Paso shooting follows a dangerous trend: troubled individuals who embrace racist ideologies and see themselves obligated to act violently to preserve white supremacy. Like the followers of ISIS and other foreign terrorist organizations, these individuals may act alone, but they've been radicalized by white nationalist websites that proliferate on the internet. That means that both law enforcement agencies and internet platforms need to come up with better strategies to reduce the influence of these hate groups. But just as important, all of us have to send a clarion call and behave with the values of tolerance and diversity that should be the hallmark of our democracy. We should soundly reject language coming out of the mouths of any of our leaders that feeds a climate of fear and hatred or normalizes racist sentiments; leaders who demonize those who don't look like us, or suggest that other people, including immigrants, threaten our way of life, or refer to other people as sub-human, or imply that America belongs to just one certain type of people. Such language isn't new it's been at the root of most human tragedy throughout history, here in America and around the world. It is at the root of slavery and Jim Crow, the Holocaust, the genocide in Rwanda and ethnic cleansing in the Balkans. It has no place in our politics and our public life. And it's time for the overwhelming majority of Americans of goodwill, of every race and faith and political party, to say as much clearly and unequivocally. 3:01 PM 8/5/19 Twitter for iPhone 5,046 Retweets 14.6K Likes Eloquently said. I miss a POTUS like this 😢 (via /r/BlackPeopleTwitter)

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Being Alone, America, and Internet: Barack Obama @BarackObama Michelle and I grieve with all the families in El Paso and Dayton who endured these latest mass shootings. Even if details are still emerging, there are a few things we already know to be true. First, no other nation on Earth comes close to experiencing the frequency of mass shootings that we see in the United States. No other developed nation tolerates the levels of gun violence that we do. Every time this happens, we're told that tougher gun laws won't stop all murders; that they won't stop every deranged individual from getting a weapon and shooting innocent people in public places. But the evidence shows that they can stop some killings. They can save some families from heartbreak. We are not helpless here. And until all of us stand up and insist on holding public officials accountable for changing our gun laws, these tragedies will keep happening Second, while the motivations behind these shootings may not yet be fully known, there are indications that the El Paso shooting follows a dangerous trend: troubled individuals who embrace racist ideologies and see themselves obligated to act violently to preserve white supremacy. Like the followers of ISIS and other foreign terrorist organizations, these individuals may act alone, but they've been radicalized by white nationalist websites that proliferate agencies and internet platforms need to come up with better strategies to reduce the influence of these hate groups on the internet. That means that both law enforcement But just as important, all of us have to send a clarion call and behave with the values of tolerance and diversity that should be the hallmark of our democracy. We should soundly reject language coming out of the mouths of any of our leaders that feeds a climate of fear and hatred or normalizes racist sentiments; leaders who demonize those who don't look like us, or suggest that other people, including immigrants, threaten our way of life, or refer to other people as sub-human, or imply that America belongs to just one certain type of people. Such language isn't new it's been at the root of most human tragedy throughout history, here in America and around the world. It is at the root of slavery and Jim Crow, the Holocaust, the genocide in Rwanda and ethnic cleansing in the Balkans. It has no place in our politics and our public life. And it's time for the overwhelming majority of Americans of goodwill, of every race and faith and political party, to say as much clearly and unequivocally. 3:01 PM 8/5/19 Twitter for iPhone 5,046 Retweets 14.6K Likes Eloquently said. I miss a POTUS like this 😢

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Being Alone, America, and Internet: Barack Obama @BarackObama Michelle and I grieve with all the families in El Paso and Dayton who endured these latest mass shootings. Even if details are still emerging, there are a few things we already know to be true. First, no other nation on Earth comes close to experiencing the frequency of mass shootings that we see in the United States. No other developed nation tolerates the levels of gun violence that we do. Every time this happens, we're told that tougher gun laws won't stop all murders; that they won't stop every deranged individual from getting a weapon and shooting innocent people in public places. But the evidence shows that they can stop some killings. They can save some families from heartbreak. We are not helpless here. And until all of us stand up and insist on holding public officials accountable for changing our gun laws, these tragedies will keep happening Second, while the motivations behind these shootings may not yet be fully known, there are indications that the El Paso shooting follows a dangerous trend: troubled individuals who embrace racist ideologies and see themselves obligated to act violently to preserve white supremacy. Like the followers of ISIS and other foreign terrorist organizations, these individuals may act alone, but they've been radicalized by white nationalist websites that proliferate agencies and internet platforms need to come up with better strategies to reduce the influence of these hate groups on the internet. That means that both law enforcement But just as important, all of us have to send a clarion call and behave with the values of tolerance and diversity that should be the hallmark of our democracy. We should soundly reject language coming out of the mouths of any of our leaders that feeds a climate of fear and hatred or normalizes racist sentiments; leaders who demonize those who don't look like us, or suggest that other people, including immigrants, threaten our way of life, or refer to other people as sub-human, or imply that America belongs to just one certain type of people. Such language isn't new it's been at the root of most human tragedy throughout history, here in America and around the world. It is at the root of slavery and Jim Crow, the Holocaust, the genocide in Rwanda and ethnic cleansing in the Balkans. It has no place in our politics and our public life. And it's time for the overwhelming majority of Americans of goodwill, of every race and faith and political party, to say as much clearly and unequivocally. 3:01 PM 8/5/19 Twitter for iPhone 5,046 Retweets 14.6K Likes Eloquently said. I miss a POTUS like this 😢

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Being Alone, America, and Dank: Barack Obama @BarackObama Michelle and I grieve with all the families in El Paso and Dayton who endured these latest mass shootings. Even if details are still emerging, there are a few things we already know to be true. First, no other nation on Earth comes close to experiencing the frequency of mass shootings that we see in the United States. No other developed nation tolerates the levels of gun violence that we do. Every time this happens, we're told that tougher gun laws won't stop all murders; that they won't stop every deranged individual from getting a weapon and shooting innocent people in public places. But the evidence shows that they can stop some killings. They can save some families from heartbreak. We are not helpless here. And until all of us stand up and insist on holding public officials accountable for changing our gun laws, these tragedies will keep happening Second, while the motivations behind these shootings may not yet be fully known, there are indications that the El Paso shooting follows a dangerous trend: troubled individuals who embrace racist ideologies and see themselves obligated to act violently to preserve white supremacy. Like the followers of ISIS and other foreign terrorist organizations, these individuals may act alone, but they've been radicalized by white nationalist websites that proliferate on the internet. That means that both law enforcement agencies and internet platforms need to come up with better strategies to reduce the influence of these hate groups. But just as important, all of us have to send a clarion call and behave with the values of tolerance and diversity that should be the hallmark of our democracy. We should soundly reject language coming out of the mouths of any of our leaders that feeds a climate of fear and hatred or normalizes racist sentiments; leaders who demonize those who don't look like us, or suggest that other people, including immigrants, threaten our way of life, or refer to other people as sub-human, or imply that America belongs to just one certain type of people. Such language isn't new it's been at the root of most human tragedy throughout history, here in America and around the world. It is at the root of slavery and Jim Crow, the Holocaust, the genocide in Rwanda and ethnic cleansing in the Balkans. It has no place in our politics and our public life. And it's time for the overwhelming majority of Americans of goodwill, of every race and faith and political party, to say as much clearly and unequivocally. 3:01 PM 8/5/19 Twitter for iPhone 5,046 Retweets 14.6K Likes Eloquently said. I miss a POTUS like this 😢 by WVUGuy29 MORE MEMES

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Chicago, Crime, and Life: At age 18, Willie Reed risked his life to appear as a surprise witness in the Emmett Till Murder Trial theblaquelioness @theblaquelioness Willie Reed did not know Emmett Till, the young man whose murder in the Mississippi Delta became one of the most infamous lynchings in the history of the Jim Crow South. Mr. Reed saw him only once — on Aug. 28, 1955, during the last hours of Till’s life — in the back of a green and white Chevrolet pickup truck. Mr. Reed, a sharecropper, risked his life at 18 to appear as a surprise witness in the prosecution of the white men accused of the crime. He became the momentary hero of the Till trial, an event that helped spur the civil rights movement. Mr. Reed passed away in 2013 at a hospital in Oak Lawn, Illinois. He was 76, and he had lived in Chicago under a different name — first in secrecy and later in relative obscurity — since fleeing Mississippi for his safety over 65 years ago. For decades, he had worked as a hospital orderly. Mr. Reed knew speaking out against the defendants in the case would make him, too, a target for lynching. But he “couldn’t have walked away,” he said years later. “Emmett was 14,” Mr. Reed told the CBS News show “60 Minutes,” “and they killed him. I mean, that’s not right. . . . I knew that I couldn’t say no. Via: washingtonpost.com WillieReed EmmettTill theblaquelioness

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Apparently, Bad, and Bitch: The Logical Indian Feb 23 at 2:30am S Seats in BMTC buses that are pink are reserved for women Even as the Metro reserved entry through two doors of the front coach for women, there is more good news for women commuters. BMTC buses with pink seats are here. Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) has begun operating a few buses with 13 pink-coloured seats - that have been reserved for womern Source: BangaloreMirror.com Image credits: Bangalore Mirror It's Easy Now: Men Can Stay Off Pink Seats Like comment Share <p><a href="http://antifeministphoenix.tumblr.com/post/171845145498/siryouarebeingmocked" class="tumblr_blog">antifeministphoenix</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://siryouarebeingmocked.tumblr.com/post/171844632200/antifeminism-proegalitarian-auntiewanda" class="tumblr_blog">siryouarebeingmocked</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://antifeminism-proegalitarian.tumblr.com/post/171800903199/auntiewanda-cumbler-tumbler" class="tumblr_blog">antifeminism-proegalitarian</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://auntiewanda.tumblr.com/post/171800528451/cumbler-tumbler-screamingsiren" class="tumblr_blog">auntiewanda</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://cumbler-tumbler.tumblr.com/post/171798760824/screamingsiren-auntiewanda-olidiavalree" class="tumblr_blog">cumbler-tumbler</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://screamingsiren.tumblr.com/post/171798498914/auntiewanda-olidiavalree" class="tumblr_blog">screamingsiren</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://auntiewanda.tumblr.com/post/171798108921/olidiavalree-the-defiant-pupil" class="tumblr_blog">auntiewanda</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://olidiavalree.tumblr.com/post/171797034679/the-defiant-pupil-auntiewanda" class="tumblr_blog">olidiavalree</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://the-defiant-pupil.tumblr.com/post/171796801053/auntiewanda-aneurysmsandanalogues" class="tumblr_blog">the-defiant-pupil</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://auntiewanda.tumblr.com/post/171796231621/aneurysmsandanalogues-loving-women-is-rad" class="tumblr_blog">auntiewanda</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://aneurysmsandanalogues.tumblr.com/post/171769682601/loving-women-is-rad-aura-pinkrose" class="tumblr_blog">aneurysmsandanalogues</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://loving-women-is-rad.tumblr.com/post/171763217105/aura-pinkrose-matt-ruins-your-shit" class="tumblr_blog">loving-women-is-rad</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://aura-pinkrose.tumblr.com/post/171743828564/matt-ruins-your-shit-siryouarebeingmocked" class="tumblr_blog">aura-pinkrose</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://matt-ruins-your-shit.tumblr.com/post/171742078151/siryouarebeingmocked-the-defiant-pupil" class="tumblr_blog">matt-ruins-your-shit</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://siryouarebeingmocked.tumblr.com/post/171741898725/the-defiant-pupil-truscum-grass" class="tumblr_blog">siryouarebeingmocked</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://the-defiant-pupil.tumblr.com/post/171710194058/truscum-grass-thatsyouthatshowdumbyousound" class="tumblr_blog">the-defiant-pupil</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://truscum-grass.tumblr.com/post/171710008701/thatsyouthatshowdumbyousound" class="tumblr_blog">truscum-grass</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://thatsyouthatshowdumbyousound.tumblr.com/post/171709381693/antifeminism-proegalitarian-i-feel-like-it" class="tumblr_blog">thatsyouthatshowdumbyousound</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://antifeminism-proegalitarian.tumblr.com/post/171704494999/i-feel-like-it-shouldnt-be-necessary-for-me-to" class="tumblr_blog">antifeminism-proegalitarian</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>I feel like it shouldn’t be necessary for me to explain why this is a bad idea.</p></blockquote> <p style="">Men literally being forced to the back of the bus. Could the self-awareness be lower?<br/></p> </blockquote> <p>this reminds me of something almost everyone has learned in school</p> </blockquote> <p>…wow.</p> </blockquote> <p><i>A, ha, hush that fuss.</i></p> </blockquote> <p>“I’m sorry sir you can’t sit there that seat is for women.”<br/></p> <p>Try to move me then and see what happens bitch</p> </blockquote> <p>I mean all it takes is I identify as a woman and no one can say shit right </p> </blockquote> <p>You guys are all awful, do your research. <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/m5k1nScceUsv2ivnqwSPV-g">@matt-ruins-your-shit</a> especially fuck you - women have been raped to death on indian public transport.</p> <p><a href="https://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/jan/01/indian-bus-rape-five-suspects-charged-murder">https://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/jan/01/indian-bus-rape-five-suspects-charged-murder</a><br/></p> <p><a href="https://yourstory.com/2016/08/public-transport-sexual-harassment/">https://yourstory.com/2016/08/public-transport-sexual-harassment/</a><br/></p> <p><a href="https://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-life/11327271/Nepal-Women-only-bus-service-launched-to-combat-sexual-assaults.html">https://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-life/11327271/Nepal-Women-only-bus-service-launched-to-combat-sexual-assaults.html</a><br/></p> <p>It’s to combat sexual assault which is a serious fucking problem on their public transport. Acting like this is anything like segragation is racist as hell.</p> </blockquote> <p>A girl was literally raped to death om a bus in India and the men PULLED HER INSIDES OUT. But sitting in the back of the bus is oppression for these men I guess.</p> </blockquote> <p>I don’t think <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/mFx4DK1a0fGaqlaif5GfihA">@antifeminism-proegalitarian</a>, @<a href="http://thatsyouthatshowdumbyousound.tumblr.com/post/171709381693">t</a>hatsyouthatshowdumbyousound,  <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/meaDg5xUXpklqAkW321uuBw">@truscum-grass</a>, <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/mUIrzfT0-XgoUS9zo50onFA">@the-defiant-pupil</a>, <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/m8HmCiE0PGuGgJ6cZBfpQsw">@siryouarebeingmocked</a>, and <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/m5k1nScceUsv2ivnqwSPV-g">@matt-ruins-your-shit</a> took the two seconds to realize this is in India and not the west.</p> <p>But hey why does context matter when you can whine that men are the most oppressedest in the world because a company tries to do something,<i> anything</i>, to prevent the proliferation of violent rape in their country. </p> </blockquote> <p>Uh yeah, actually at least I did, but hey why does knowing about anything before you speak about it matter when you can just make assumptions about a bunch of people so you yourself can whine and go off on a self-righteous little rant about strangers that’s not even accurate but just an overblown exaggeration?</p> <p>Anyway, guess what, dude? This isn’t fire - you can’t fight sexism with more sexism. It’ll just create more problems down the road, kind of like what we have in the west now. Then again, India already has that problem considering the fact that when they tried to make their rape laws gender neutral, feminists fought successfully fought against it and so the status quo remains where it’s still not legally possible for a woman to rape a man. </p> <p>And no, this isn’t me trying to claim “men are the most oppressed in the world”. There’s better solutions to societal problems than adding more inequality.</p> <p>P.S. Did you like…just go through the notes looking for anyone who just reblogged it at all? Because as far as I remember, I don’t believe I actually said anything either time I reblogged this post. If you did then that just adds a whole new level of sad to this. If not, my bad memory strikes again but this is still sad.</p> </blockquote> <p>This entire thing is stupid. This is one of the many reasons why we can’t move forward. Because there’s always that one person who does extreme shit like this and make a bad impression for everyone else. We don’t need pink seats, we don’t need to put men in blue seats in the back of a bus. We’re all equals here, which should mean all of the seats are open to anyone. This is seriously stupid.</p> </blockquote> <p><b>Extreme</b>: seats reserved for women to give them some modicum of protection from sexual assault and rape.</p> <p><b>Not Extreme</b>: sexual assault and rape. </p> <p>Apparently.</p> <p>In what universe are women equal in India? </p> </blockquote> <p>Women in India are brutalized on public transport regularly, and there are several cases of gang rape that took place on buses that made worldwide news. This obviously isn’t addressing the structural problem of rape, but if it helps even one woman it’s worth it. Fuck those saying this is “sexist”. Maybe if those men didn’t rape then they wouldn’t have to have this.</p> </blockquote> <p>That guy is a fucking idiot. Does he really think that separating men and women is sexism against men? WHY? HOW?<br/></p> </blockquote> <p><b>Women</b>: Men have brutalized us for centuries and not even our public life is safe from violent rape and murder at their hands.</p> <p><b>Bus Company</b>: We’ll put a slight restriction on men to help you prevent that.</p> <p><b>Men</b>: That’s <i>unfair! </i>What about equality!</p> </blockquote> <p>The POINT IS THIS IS GOING TO SOLVE ANYTHING</p> <p>Youre a retard please get off tumblr </p> </blockquote> <p>So segregating bus seats was a big problem when it was done under Jim Crow, but a “slight restriction” when Indian officials do it by gender to protect women. </p> <p>Got it.</p> </blockquote> <p>If the men really want to gang rape a woman to death how will pink bus seats stop that? What’s stopping these horrible rapist from just crossing other and grabbing her? “Oh no she’s in the pink seats we can’t rape her” like really? teach you bus driver’s to give a shit, put guards on the buses or give women better ways to defined themselves but how will pink seats really help?<br/></p> </blockquote> <p>That’s my thing^ like I get that rape is a serious problem on Indian busses but I’m not sure how pink seats are going to deter rapists</p>
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Drugs, Jail, and Memes: ethiopienne Pro-tip: white privilege doesn't mean white people have perfect lives. It means that white people do not have to deal with institutionalized, systemic racism in addition to their everyday problems. It means institutionalized, systemic racism does not cause white people's everyday problems. If your first reaction is to be angry and comment why this is wrong, take a deep breath, slowly read the post again and wait for the words to sink in. Think about what this is saying and try to deeply consider what this means, especially coming from someone who is not white. No one is saying white people have perfect lives, don't have problems, or even that there's no way they can be bullied-discrimanated against because of how they look. The difference is that racism isn't just a feeling or thought, it's INSTITUTIONALIZED and SYSTEMATIC, which means that you have laws (Jim Crow, housing discrimination, voter ID laws-voter discrimination, redlining), history, powerful figures, etc etc etc against you, not just individuals being rude to you. Yes you can be white and poor, you can be white and be bullied, you can be white and have problems. It's just that these problems are NOT reinforced by or due to a historic, systematic, institutional oppression based solely on your race-ethnicity. In the US for example, the country was built by white men with laws for white men. Over time, many of these laws have changed: ex. everyone has the legal right to vote now, slavery is illegal, Jim Crow laws no longer exist. Unfortunately, these laws don't just end; they evolve. All people can vote, yet voter ID laws disproportionately prevent people of color in poor communities from voting. Slavery is illegal, yet black men disproportionately fill jail cells and are exploited for their labor while privatized prisons profit off their incarceration (see: war on drugs, or "13th" on Netflix). I can list examples like those two all day, but the point is that people of color continue to face institutionalized, systematic racism that has legal & political backing and an entire history causing and justifying it. White people do not have to deal with that, hence the term "white privilege." And, again, no one is saying white people don't have problems. That's not what "white privilege" means.

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Marriage, Tumblr, and White People: Mother Jones Mother Jones @MotherJones Follow A new law would close hundreds of polling locations in areas with large minority populations: THE VOTING LINE BEGINS HERE Indiana is making it harder for minorities to vote, a new lawsuit alleges And easier for white people. motherjones.com 7:35 PM -10 Aug 2017 3,740 Retweets 2,097 Likes DO : y? d ) Samuel Sinyangwe Following @samswey This is what Jim Crow looks like in 2017. Mother Jones Ф @ MotherJones A new law would close hundreds of polling locations in areas with large minority populations: ow.ly/CIKP30ekekH 10:17 PM -10 Aug 2017 15,489 Retweets 21,684 Likes lazyscience: nevaehtyler: What’s next? Take away women’s right to vote? 🤷🏾‍♀️ Uh, actually… Voter ID laws have a disproportionately negative effect on women. According to the Brennan Center for Justice, one third of all women have citizenship documents that do not identically match their current names primarily because of name changes at marriage.  Roughly 90 percent of women who marry adopt their husband’s last name.  That means that roughly 90 percent of married female voters have a different name on their ID than the one on their birth certificate.  An estimated 34 percent of women could be turned away from the polls unless they have precisely the right documents. so, yes.

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Africa, Books, and Children: There's no better way to inform and expand your mind on a regular basis than to get into the habit of reading good literature. SOULAR SOULIA MENT I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

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Africa, Books, and Children: SHARE THIS IMAGE, BECAUSE IT WILL NEVER MAKE IT TO THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA BLACKTIVIST I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

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Africa, Books, and Children: Book shelf goals I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

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Latinos, Period, and School: WE SERVE WHITE' NO /PANISHet MEXICANS tired @highkeychildish -30m Hispanic/Latinx struggle during Jim Crow, should be talked about more わ t. 218 ★155 tired @highkeychildish 12m well 17 2616 298 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review [Vol. 44 history that the sudden reappearance of the noose at Jena High was so jar- ring, and its intent so unmistakable ans? Jews? Gypsies? Prob not carry the same impac blacks. Other symbols-a "kikes-might, but not a with this one group alonc. its malevolent historv.? To whom else would a noose carry the same meaning Gays and lesbi the symbol may be, t does se groups thatt does for r an epithet like ag" or s linked in the public mind Copy or bet w unc, blacks own the symbol an d Yet, that seening singularity invites farther examination. for example recent research by reputable historians shows that Latinos, particularly Mex ican Americans in the Southwest, were lynched in large numbers during roughly the same period when lynching of blacks ran rampant. Few people know this. Every school child knows that blacks suffered that fate. Why do so few know about the lynching of Latinos This Essay wi attempt to answer that question. Part II reviews the hist of Latino lynching. Part III explains why it is so little known. Part IV suggests that English-Only move- ments are a present-day form of lynching for Latinos.9 The Essay concludes by urging that scholars broaden their search for mechanisms for nonblack tired @highkeychildish 12m [TW Latinxs were also lynched in large numbers during the Jim Crow Era as 17 2616
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Africa, Books, and Cars: Respect to all my brothers posing next to books instead of bottles,cars and money. It's been a long day, Goodnight x I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

It's been a long day, Goodnight x I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyd...

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Africa, Books, and Children: You May Be Handsome But What Can I Learn From You? You can have great sex but if that's it... what's the point? I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

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Africa, Books, and Children: Me trying to gain knowledge like... Chakabars I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

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Memes, 🤖, and Deaths: FLORIDIA NOSHOESBUT BOOKS IN ARMS TODAY SKIDS SLOOJORDA NOTABOOKIN SIGHT LA @Regrann from @chakabars - "We need to make books cool again. If you go home with somebody, and they don't have books, don't f*ck 'em! It wasn't until I started reading and found books they wouldn't let us read in school that I discovered you could be insane and happy and have a good life without being like everybody else." ~John Waters There are many brilliant books out there to read. If you don't read then you will struggle to enhance your intellect. Geeks rule the world, not the Hardest, but the smartest. The person you will become is shaped by the books that you read and the people that you spend the most time around. I have started to read much more :) Not just the on Internet but books with references and credible sources. Invest in books and your mind, designer clothes do nothing to enhance your mind. Intelligence is far more sexy ;) Check out @akalamusic reading list. The New Jim Crow - Michelle Alexander Damning The Flood - Peter Hallward Death by Black hole - Neil De Grasse Tyson Millennium - Felipe Fernandez Armesto When China Rules The World - Martin Jacques Assata - Assata Shakur Revolutionary Suicide - Huey Newton Ready For Revolution - Kwame Ture Moses and Monotheism - Sigmund Freud Black People In The British Empire - Peter Fryer KMT - Ayi Kwei Armah The Devil On The Cross - Ngugi Wa Thiongo The London Hanged - Peter Linbaugh From The Ruins Of Empires - Pankaj Mishra An Ordinary Person Guide To Empire - Arundhati Roy Black Genesis - Buaval and Brophy World Poetry (anthology) - Cliffton Fadiman (general editor) Taoist Secrets Of Love - Mantak Chia The Eastern Origins Of Western Civilisation - M. Hobson Breath Eyes Memory - Edwidge Danticat The Sea And Civilisation - Lincoln Paine African Philosophy Of The Pharaonic Period - Theophile Obenga What books can you recommend? chakabars Regrann Regrann
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Aww, England, and Malcolm X: He dressed as Toussaint L'Ouverture for Aww! Big up to all of the Haitians 🇭🇹out there. Powers ❤🖤💚 If you don't know who this man is and you are a descendant of Africans stolen to the west, you need to learn. He is one of the reasons you are free. @webuyblack I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

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