the dangerousNEGRO — Politics

Top Ten Things Barack Obama Must Do To Regain The Progressive Black Vote

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by Demetrius D. Walker Get out of Libya.  C’mon son… Going to Libya was a George Bush move.  We’re supposedly over there to protect their citizens from the big, bad, boogeyman that is Qaddafi (Gadhafi, Khaddafi, etc. depending on the media’s mood today).  Before Barack and the Frenchies started dropping million dollar bombs, Libyans enjoyed a pretty damn high standard of living. I mean free education, housing, healthcare, access to clean drinking water, a 78% literacy rate, and life expectancy of 70.2 years doesn’t sound too bad.  On the real, it sounds a lot better than Harlem, Compton, and Houston’s...

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Leaders Urged Stop Africa from Dying, Race War in Africa…

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World African Diaspora Union Leaders Urged Stop Africa from Dying, Race War in Africa… IMMEDIATE RELEASE       Date: 7/25/2011 Contact:  404-527-7756/718-523-3312/WADUPAM.ORG ATLANTA, GA. July 25, 2011 – “Africa is dying” warned the former US Attorney General, Ramsey Clark as he condemns the attack on Libya as illegal and racist and called for the intensification of actions to protect Africa. The chilling but pointed messages and reports on Africa from prominent leaders were focused on critical issues such as the ongoing war in Libya, the “new scramble for the re-colonization of Africa” and the dwindling and endangerment of Black freedom and rights...

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Assuming Problems are Problems

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M.D. Turner In this political and economic environment the mainstream media loves to talk about all these problems we're having.  The hot buttons being unemployment, health care, failing school system, taxes, energy independence, etc. The major assumption is that people in political and social leadership are just as incompetent and clueless as the rest of the masses about the solutions to these problems.  Very few people (of any race or culture) seem to mention the possibility that our so-called leaders know exactly what's going on and don't really see these things as problems. I know for a fact that economic...

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Top 5 Dead or Alive

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Ever since Pac and Big died, we've heard emcees constantly attempt to include themselves on the "Top 5 Dead or Alive" rapper list.  Hip Hop fans have compared their personal Top 5 lists with those of their peers, debating about the merits and flaws on each others' bill.  While it's definitely been fun to participate in the Great Hip Hop debate, I've found it more exciting to broaden the "Top 5 Dead or Alive" discussion to encompass history's most revolutionary figures. Before I go any further let me define what I mean by "revolutionary."  To me, a revolutionary is someone...

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Between Martin, Malcolm, and Modern

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by Demetrius D. Walker Oftentimes I find myself pondering who I would have faithfully followed during the turbulent Civil Rights Era.  Would I have been a loyal supporter of Dr. King's nonviolent resistance?    Or would I have sided with brother Malcolm X in his militant approach to Black Nationalism? I've never been much of a fighter or instigator, yet I cannot imagine sitting idle while racist policemen clubbed my dome, flushed me with fire hoses, and set angry German Shepherds on my tail.  In this regard, I may have clung to Malcolm's intimidating messages that struck fear in the hearts...

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