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The Bailout and Reparations

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By Tre Millyanz I just have one point to make to all you hankerchief-headed Negroes out there that don't "believe" in reparations...you can't ever say that the U.S. can't afford to give reparations to Blacks in America (for slavery and Jim Crow semi-slavery).  They spend $700 billion for a bailout and have a $661 billion budget for the so-called Department of Defense, but Blacks, who weren't even allowed to read for 400 years, still have to pay for college?  $700 billion and our people still lag behind on every economic indicator imaginable?  If this sounds right to you, please seek professional psychological help...

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Paying College Athletes

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Dr Boyce Watkins www.BoyceWatkins.net Quick FYI: I will be on the Jesse Jackson Show tomorrow morning from 8 - 10 am. A list of cities is here. Some of you know that I have been in an on-going campaign to challenge the NCAA on the fact that they do not compensate the families of college athletes for what they bring to campus. Below is an article I contributed to in the Atlanta Journal Constitution and Sunday, there should be a syndicated column I wrote opposite NCAA President Myles Brand on the topic. You know that I am pretty candid in...

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Your Black World vs. Bill O'Reilly

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Why The O'Reilly Factor is Becoming a Non-Factor and why Bill O'Reilly is Feeling Threatened (Juan Williams lost his credibility a long time ago Email Your Black World with your opinion To sign our petition, click here To see a list of Fox News Corporate Sponsors you can write or call, click here African-Americans are getting tired of Bill O'Reilly. He has joked about lynching Michelle Obama, insulted the victims of Hurricane Katrina, described African-Americans as uncivilized people, and consistently attacked and undermined everything about black culture. Additionally, he and the rest of the right wing have engaged in unfair,...

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Slavery and the American Economy

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by Waldron H. Giles, Ph.D. Slavery raises a host of negative images for Black people; so much so, they fail to realize the tremendous economic contributions they made, albeit forced, to the development of the United States into a world power. This lack of realization stems from the national shame of slavery and the concomitant national denial, which in reality has become a weak defense mechanism. To a large degree Blacks and whites have bought into this denial, albeit for different reasons. In spite of this contribution Blacks continue to vie for respect and acceptance by the very country that...

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