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    1. Lies told to black people to maintain white dominance

      by , 10-06-2010 at 03:30 PM
      Many African Americans now holds the opinion that in the face of greater gained opportunities that many within their race became their own worst enemies. It is not uncommon to hear these negative sentiments about their own race now echoed by many African Americans themselves—they that consider themselves as being exceptions to this norm. This perception often engenders profound feelings of immense humiliation, racial self contempt, and disunity among many African Americans in the 21st-century. But are these self contemptuous views among so many African Americans correct?
      And if so how have African Americans, the racial group that demonstrated ...
    2. How Black people are still being bamboozled!

      by , 09-15-2010 at 02:35 PM
      How Black people are still being bamboozled !
      Despite a brutally racist history to the contrary today the white race is most often now perceived as being the race of the highest moral character, while Blacks are now perceived as being their own worst enemies. Many African Americans now holds the opinion that in the face of greater gained opportunities and lessening of racial discrimination that their main problems as a race became themselves. The belief that Blacks are now themselves their own worst enemies is now commonly held by many African Americans —they that considers themselves as being exceptions to this rule.
      But are these demoralizing self perceptions among so many African American correct? And if so how have ...
    3. Willie lynch is a lie!!!!

      by , 08-18-2010 at 08:17 AM
      Black people its time to move beyond the Willie Lynch mythology.

      Many African Americans are familiar with the story of the Willie Lynch narratives. For they that are not familiar with this story: it is the story about a British slave owner from the West Indies who in 1712 came to the United States and taught America ’s slave owners in Virginia of a full proof method for controlling their slaves. It tells the story of a psychological conditioning program of where in which the African slaves were actually conditioned to be loyal to their masters, while hating themselves and doubting their intellectual abilities.
      Once these feelings were indoctrinated into the minds of the African slave this process is suppose to ...
    4. The demoralizing manipulation of Black people

      by , 08-16-2010 at 05:30 PM
      Many African Americans are unfamiliar with the terms of “ideological subversion" or “psychological warfare”, however through the U.S. national media outlets and educational systems, no race has been more of an ongoing victim of these systems then they have.
      Today it is not uncommon to hear many African Americans express themselves within a self contemptuous manner regarding their own race. Such as, for example, the saying that Blacks don’t read, or that if you wish to hide something from a Black person just merely hide it within a book. Incredibly these statements are often avowed by many African Americans yet they are untrue. In fact Black readership in the U.S. has never before been higher than it is now. For never more than now ...
    5. Not every conspiracy is a theory: Black people are being mass manipulated

      by , 07-22-2010 at 12:06 AM
      Not every conspiracy is a theory; Black people are being mass manipulated.

      "Just because truth has been omitted, does not mean that truth is not true. Just because reality has not been perceived, does not mean that it is not real”.

      Stan Moore,
      Since 2007 I have been unrelentingly engaged in the dissemination of information asserting that as a means of maintaining its white dominance and control, the US government has been using perception management techniques against its Black population. It is a media driven program that manipulates Black people to accept white dominance over their lives by subjecting them to seeing only the fraudulent worst within themselves-- while implying that they trust and admire ...
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    Eyes Of The Rainbow Deals With The Life Of Mama Assata Shakur

    Sep 12, 2012 - 12:13 AM - by XXPANTHAXX
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    "Like most poor people in the United States, I have no voice. The Black press and the progressive media, as well as Black civil rights organizations, have historically played an essential role in the struggle for social justice. We should continue and expand that tradition. We should create media outlets that help to educate our people and our children, and not annihilate their minds. I am only one woman. I own no TV stations or radio stations or newspapers. But I believe that people need to be educated as to what is going on and to understand the connection between the news media and the instruments of repression in America. All I have are my voice, my spirit and the will to tell the truth. But I sincerely ask those of you in the Black media, those of you in the progressive media and those of you who believe in truth and freedom to publish my story." -Assata Shakur

    Eyes Of The Rainbow deals with the life of Mama Assata Shakur

    Video, color, 47 min, 1997
    Director of Photography: Raul Rodriguez, Jose M. Riera
    Script and Director: Gloria Rolando
    Assistant Director: Tony Romero

    "Eyes of the Rainbow" deals with the life of Assata Shakur, the Black Panther and Black Liberation Army leader who escaped from prison and was given political asylum in Cuba, where she has lived for close to 30 years. In it we visit with Assata Shakur in Havana and she tells us about her history and her life in Cuba.

    Gloria Rolando on "Eyes of the Rainbow":

    "In the struggle of the African American people, many women's voices in the past and the present have always called for social justice, women who throughout the years have shown integrity and firmness in their principles. For... [Read More]
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    R.I.U. Nana Sankofa Uhuru

    Aug 16, 2012 - 2:00 PM - by G.O.D.F.A.T.H.A.
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    DECEMBER ACTION ALERT: Morehouse College Police Beat Up Civil Rights Leader !!!

    Dec 01, 2005 - 10:57 AM - by IfasehunReincarnated
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    Main Page of This Alert: December 2005 Action Alert, Assata Shakur Speaks

    TITLE:Morehouse Police Beat Up Civil Rights Leader!

    TIME FRAME: 1 Month

    Contact Morehouse College and Morehouse Police Department and demand that an act of police brutality perpetrated against civil rights icon Mukasa Dada (Willie Ricks) are corrected and that he is compensated for his injuries.

    Protest Police Brutality!

    Rectify an act of police brutality against Mukasa Dada, formerly named Willie Ricks, creator of the term "Black Power" and pioneering civil rights activist.

    Morehouse police beat up Civil Rights Leader and Elder, Mukasa Dada former known as Willie Ricks of Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), on Thursday, November 10, 2005 at Morehouse College. As a Field Secretary for SNCC and overall freedom fighter for Black people in general, we feel this attack by Morehouse Police is dishonorable, appallingly contradictory, and a slap in the face to all Black Leadership past, present, and future. Mukasa Dada’s history in the civil rights movement, Black power movement, and all Black... [Read More]
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