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Veuillez trouver ci-joint la résolutions des participants à la journée de l'Afrique du 21 février 2021 organisée par le Comité International pour les Réparations de Martinique, dans le cadre du Mois de l'Afrique. 
 
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DEUX MILITANTS INCARCERES : UN NOUVEAU PAS FRANCHI CONTRE NOS LIBERTES ET POUR LA PROTECTION DES CRIMINELS
 
Read the original French version:  COMMUNIQUE DU VENDREDI 5 MARS 2021 SUR MILITANTS EMPRISONNES (1).pdf
 
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Josephine St. Pierre RuffinJunious Ricardo Stanton             As we celebrate Women’s History Month we will focus on women of African descent who may not be well known but who nevertheless positively impacted their communities, the nation and the…
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Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin

Josephine St. Pierre RuffinJunious Ricardo Stanton             As we celebrate Women’s History Month we will focus on women of African descent who may not be well known but who nevertheless positively impacted their communities, the nation and the larger society. Today we are going to share the life story of Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin an activist, journalist and newspaper publisher in Nineteenth century USA.            Josephine St. Pierre was born in Boston Massachusetts on August 31, 1842…

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Celebrate Black History Without Virtue Signaling

As February comes to a close, Project 21’s Marie Fischer says she looks forward to “eradicating Black History Month in its current form.” It’s not that she’s against teaching black history. Quite to the contrary! But current observances have “appropriated this tradition into a vehicle for virtual signaling,” she notes in a commentary for The Federalist. Marie writes: We… see the acknowledgement of black history erode into two streams of thought: a progressive perspective and the celebration of…

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Fannie Jackson Coppin

 Fannie Jackson CoppinJunious Ricardo Stanton As we celebrate Women’s History Month let us focus on the innumerable Black Sistahs who brilliantly blazed trails, pioneered and served their people in every conceivable way and in some that were truly original. To start I’d like to focus on Fannie Jackson Coppin who became an educator, principal, missionary and institution builder. Fannie Jackson Coppin has a Philadelphia connection having served a principal of the Institute for Colored Youth the…

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A Short History Of Independent Black Cinema

A Short History of Independent Black CinemaJunious Ricardo Stanton                                                           “The first black independent filmmakers began making films for (de jure) segregated theatres in the south and (de facto) segregated theatres in the north. There were over 1,000 theatres in America that screened black-audience films either exclusively or on a preferential basis. According to archivist G. William Jones (who in the 1980s supervised a major restoration…

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If...; then, perhaps the Nobel Prize should be renamed the Nobel “Mostly Peaceful” Prize?*

Nobel “Mostly Peaceful” Prize? A socialist member of the Norwegian parliament has nominated Black Lives Matter (BLM) for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize. If the Marxist movement that caused so much bedlam in America’s cities over the past several months ends up beating out fellow known nominees such as Stacey Abrams, President Donald Trump and former Trump advisor Jared Kushner for what’s becoming an increasingly dubious honor, perhaps it should be renamed the Nobel “Mostly Peaceful” Prize. Project…

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“Black History is American History”

  Black Conservatives Deliver Inclusive Message For Black History Month Observance After a year of upheaval dominated by racial division, members of the Project 21 black leadership network have declared that “black history is American history.” In marking this year’s Black History Month, they noted that Americans of every ethnic background have benefitted from America’s founding values of liberty and opportunity. “Black history is American history. There…

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The Nefarious History of Big Pharma

Junious Ricardo Stanton     “Rockefeller and another elite leader Carnegie used their tax-exempt Foundations, from 1913 on, to offer huge grants to the best medical schools all over America – on the proviso that only an allopathic-based curriculum be taught, and that some of their agents be allowed to sit on the Board of Directors. They called this ‘efficient’ philanthropy, which, when seen through the Orwellian translation unit, means they wanted a return on their investment. They…

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Avoiding Sexual Harassment

It seems that I am lucky to be a mature settled married man. But, there are many other men who seek sex among consenting adults. And, there’s the rub – “consenting adults”. Actually how does a guy get consent without such actions being considered “sexual harassment”? A lady friend of mine, a platonic friend, told me it was considered sexual harassment to tell a woman she has beautiful hair. I was surprised at my ignorance. On many occasions, total strangers,…

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The Republican Party is dead

The Republican Party is dead. Trump killed it. I wondered how 74 million Americans could vote for a dishonest, racist liar for president. I know the popular Republican political strategy is telling  lies. It has been very effective but Trump has mastered that ‘big lie’ skill beyond expectations which would have made Hitler proud. Trump most famous ‘big lie’ is that he won the elections and according to the polls, despite his obvious loss, 70% of Republicans…

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