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Revolutionary Daily Thoughts (2/21 thru 2/27)

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From the Revolutionary Daily Thoughts posted every day on our facebook page: RDT: "Who'll pay reparations on my soul." -Gil Scott Heron RDT: "Don't integrate...infiltrate. Similar means, different end." -Malcolm D. Turner RDT: "Critical consciousness is not "banned," it is simply smothered behind an ever-growing avalanche of shit. What that means is that, if the density of the stuff doesn't blind you, the stink will surely knock you out." -Kiarri T.H. Cheatwood RDT: "Now is the time for us to come together with one another, to organize, to speak out and to speak up on behalf of each other. There...

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Thieving French Haitian Reparations

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by Tre B. I've been meaning to get around to learning about the history of Haiti for a good minute since it was the first independent African/Black republic in the Western hemisphere.  I also want to predict what will happen to Haiti, from an international relations standpoint, due to the recent earthquake.  The best way to figure that out is to examine the past.  It's a shame it took a tragedy for me to finally get around to it. I still haven't learned enough to make a prediction about Haiti's future.  Although, my knowledge about other African countries leads me...

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Black History Year Weekly Digest

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Here are the daily quotes/facts from our Black History Year Facebook Application for the past week: February 6th, 1820. The first organized emigration back to Africa begins when 86 free African Americans leave New York Harbor aboard the Mayflower of Liberia. They are bound for the British colony of Sierra Leone, which welcomes free African Americans as well as fugitive slaves. February 7th, 1926. Carter G. Woodson creates Negro History Week. In 1976 it became Black History Month. February 8th, 1925. Marcus Garvey entered federal prison in Atlanta. Students staged strike at Fisk University to protest policies of white administration....

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Interview With Rhymefest - Entrepreneurship, Philanthropy and Politics

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Real talk from Rhymefest about his real occupation. Check him rocking the dN Definition tee during the interview. ]]>

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Stay Black!

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Hey, People. What up and what’s going on wit’cha? Me? Well . . . more about me in a later post. I do have my own blog, but if this is your first time reading me, I hope this post provides some insight into my thinking. I do like to spell things out. Especially if I have a larger point I’m trying to make. I’m all about discussion and collaboration. Whatever we do to advance our collective cause, we have to do together. I’m also still quite open-minded about learning new things and new ideas. Though, it doesn’t take me...

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