Genocide in Guatemala (1981–1983)The Real Reason!


I have two distinct purposes for adding to this post/article,1. to show how quickly people want to forget about the American/Arab/British/Spanish/Portuguese/French/Roman/Greek/Persian/Dutch/Danish slave Trade/Holocaust/Genocide/Mass Killings/Un-thinkable horror/sexual abuse/homosexual abuse/Mental abuse that was inflicted on to my people for no less than 2500 years and counting!2.The willingness to acknowledge/compensate/commemorate other nationalities for persecution But conveniently forget about the … Continue reading Genocide in Guatemala (1981–1983)The Real Reason!

In US Visit, UN Experts Insist That Washington Needs to Consider Reparations for Slavery


In US Visit, UN Experts Insist That Washington Needs to Consider Reparations for SlaveryBy Samuel Oakford A United Nations panel of experts has issued a wide-ranging and scathing account of the plight of black people in the United States, in the process urging American legislators to establish a body to consider the question of making reparations … Continue reading In US Visit, UN Experts Insist That Washington Needs to Consider Reparations for Slavery

In US Visit, UN Experts Insist That Washington Needs to Consider Reparations for Slavery


By Samuel Oakford A United Nations panel of experts has issued a wide-ranging and scathing account of the plight of black people in the United States, in the process urging American legislators to establish a body to consider the question of making reparations to the descendants of Africans who were brought to the US to … Continue reading In US Visit, UN Experts Insist That Washington Needs to Consider Reparations for Slavery

The Black American Male’s Extinction: Will Black America Allow it to Happen? YES!


By Sungod There is absolutely nothing in place to prevent it! We are a threat to every male species (including ourselves)that view  the STRONG BLACK MALE as the ENEMY or competition.We have not been smart enough to see it happening and we don't have a contingency plan in place to prevent it from continuing. We … Continue reading The Black American Male’s Extinction: Will Black America Allow it to Happen? YES!

The British and the Slaves – July 1814


The British and the Slaves – July 1814On July 23, 1814, Alexandrians read in the Alexandria Gazette that British ships again were sailing up the Potomac River and further, that they had attacked the county seat of Calvert County, Md. The paper also reported news, disturbing to many Alexandrians, that when leaving the county seat, the … Continue reading The British and the Slaves – July 1814

The British and the Slaves – July 1814


On July 23, 1814, Alexandrians read in the Alexandria Gazette that British ships again were sailing up the Potomac River and further, that they had attacked the county seat of Calvert County, Md. The paper also reported news, disturbing to many Alexandrians, that when leaving the county seat, the British “carried off about 300 Slaves.” … Continue reading The British and the Slaves – July 1814

Happy Juneteenth!The Black Holiday!


Origins On June 19, 1865, the Union General Gordon Granger rode into Galveston, Tex., to inform inhabitants of the Civil War’s end two months earlier. Two and a half years after Abraham Lincolnsigned the Emancipation Proclamation, Granger’s General Order Number 3 finally freed the last 250,000 slaves whose bondage, due to the minimal Union presence in the region, had … Continue reading Happy Juneteenth!The Black Holiday!

The Pentagon & slave labor in U.S. prisons


By Sara Flounders Prisoners earning 23 cents an hour in U.S. federal prisons are manufacturing high-tech electronic components for Patriot Advanced Capability 3 missiles, launchers for TOW (Tube-launched, Optically tracked, Wire-guided) anti-tank missiles, and other guided missile systems. A March article by journalist and financial researcher Justin Rohrlich of World in Review is worth a … Continue reading The Pentagon & slave labor in U.S. prisons

Be a ‘Slave for a Day’: Controversial black history event held by National Park


by Similoluwa Ojurongbe    At Hampton National Historic Park in Maryland, “Black History Month is every month.” But this month they decided to try something new. Guests had the opportunity to be a ‘Slave for a Day’. Kids were able to do some of the things that slaves did so that they could experience them. “Work in … Continue reading Be a ‘Slave for a Day’: Controversial black history event held by National Park


http://www.wtoc.com/global/video/videoplayer.js?rnd=522018;hostDomain=www.wtoc.com;playerWidth=630;playerHeight=355;isShowIcon=true;clipId=6718320;flvUri=;partnerclipid=;adTag=News;advertisingZone=;enableAds=true;landingPage=;islandingPageoverride=false;playerType=STANDARD_EMBEDDEDscript_EMBEDDEDscript;controlsType=overlay;galleryType=wnstory;galleryId=16697431 This is just the saddest thing you could hear about a so-called mother! (Source: http://www.wtoc.com/)