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A Look at All Black SettlementsJunious Ricardo Stanton             Little is known of the all black settlements and towns in the US or how they developed. When we think of leaving the confines of American racial oppression we usually think about the…
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 An Open Letter from Sunsara Taylor and a Team of Revcoms, January 2024Students, Faculty, Administrators, and Everyone with a ConscienceWe challenge you to dedicate this decisive year—and your life—to learning about, fighting for, and getting…
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Across the vast and diverse continent of Africa, billions of dollars in trade related transactions are registered year on year, coupled with a host of interactions that require the support of legal bodies to ensure local and international laws are…
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IF A BILLION PEOPLE ARE LISTENING, WHAT WOULD I SAY?
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 THERE ARE BETTER WAYS      A few years back, it was revealed that for every one million students who played basketball, maybe two would have the talent to turn pro.  This was roughly the same ratio for those who wanted to play professional…
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Yehudah ben Yaacov posted a discussion in The LawKeepers of GOD (YHWH)
Shalom Family, YAH, THE CREATOR, IS MY GOD AND MY ONLY SAVIOR! Since this is America's so-called Black History Month, I thought I'd try again to get descendants of Slaves to learn the GOD's TRUTH about our Divine LINEAGE.  Please read, discuss,…
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A Look at All Black Settlements

A Look at All Black SettlementsJunious Ricardo Stanton             Little is known of the all black settlements and towns in the US or how they developed. When we think of leaving the confines of American racial oppression we usually think about the enslaved ancestors who escaped and went north and into Canada. But there were numerous settlements founded in North America by Blacks in the early 1800’s. “In a new book, The Bone and Sinew of the Land, historian Anna-Lisa Cox documents the…

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Open Letter to Students, Faculty, Administrators, and Everyone with a Conscience

 An Open Letter from Sunsara Taylor and a Team of Revcoms, January 2024Students, Faculty, Administrators, and Everyone with a ConscienceWe challenge you to dedicate this decisive year—and your life—to learning about, fighting for, and getting organized for revolution, the only way to wrench out an emancipatory future for humanity.If this sounds like a “big ask,” it is!If this sounds like “too much,” then you really don’t understand what we are confronting—what time it is and what is possible…

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Between Israel and the Palestinians—But the Reality Is the Reverse of What Supporters of Israel Insist

Between Israel and the Palestinians—But the Reality Is the Reverse of What Supporters of Israel Insistby Bob Avakian Yes, it is the case, as supporters of Israel continually insist, that there can be no “equivalence” between Israel and the Palestinians—but the reality is the reverse of what these supporters of Israel insist: There is no equivalence between the oppressor nation Israel, and the oppressed nation, Palestine; and the actions of the Israelis are far worse, in a whole different…

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Historic Cheyney University Needs Help

Historic Cheyney University Needs Help!Junious Ricardo Stanton Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, a member of the state owned Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education is the oldest institution of higher learning for people of African descent in the United States. It’s origins date back to 1829 with the Last Will and Testament of Richard Humphreys a white man who was born on February 13, 1750 on the British Colonial Island of Tortola in the West Indies.Slavery was deeply rooted in Tortola,…

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Juanita Young speaks on Revolution Books | Makes $1,000 Challenge

Juanita Young speaks on Revolution Books“I’m Juanita Young, mother of Malcolm Ferguson who was murdered by a NY cop in March of 2000. This devastated me, but I fought through the pain and sorrow and became active fighting for justice for my son and for all the other people who have been murdered by the police. This is how I met the Revolution more than 20 years ago and how I found Revolution Books. The Revcoms were always out there standing with the people who were fighting against injustice,…

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George Washington Carver

                                       George Washington Carver                                          Junious Ricardo Stanton In the mid to latter part of the twentieth century in the US you could rarely go to a city or county in the South that didn’t have a school named after George Washington Carver. Even during the days of virulent racial oppression and caste, George Washington Carver was viewed as “a credit to his race” and famous scientist who single-handedly saved Southern agriculture.…

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12385085089?profile=RESIZE_400x Across the vast and diverse continent of Africa, billions of dollars in trade related transactions are registered year on year, coupled with a host of interactions that require the support of legal bodies to ensure local and international laws are adhered to. AfricanLaw, co-founded by seasoned and passionate Intellectual Property law and innovation practitioner Simbarashe Makahamadze,…

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The Quick Scan by Mike Ramey


 

THERE ARE BETTER WAYS

      A few years back, it was revealed that for every one million students who played basketball, maybe two would have the talent to turn pro.  This was roughly the same ratio for those who wanted to play professional football.  This simply means that for the rest of the young men involved in athletics, they would need to have a realistic ‘back…

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The Quick Scan by Mike Ramey


 

MARGINALIZED AGAIN: DEMOCRATS DITCHING THE BLACK VOTE

      Surprise!  Black folk around the country have gotten their official ‘walking papers’ from the Democratic party in the form of having illegal aliens ‘preferred’ by the liberal power structure OVER Black people.  In heavily Democratic cities such as Boston, Chicago, New York City, Denver, Oakland and many…

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12375186070?profile=RESIZE_400x LPME Group, a trailblazing music studio based in Dubai, proudly announces the release of the debut single, "Wine," by the exceptional singer, songwriter, and producer, Dawda. With an unparalleled commitment to promoting diverse talents globally, LPME Group is poised to propel Dawda to the forefront of the African and Middle Eastern music scenes.

Dawda, an artist deeply connected…

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12369433095?profile=RESIZE_400x RivExcel, a leading player in global business solutions, has officially entered into a transformative strategic partnership with American Hospital Dubai, solidifying a commitment to enhancing healthcare accessibility across Sub Saharan Africa, even as American hospital Dubai opens three medical tourism offices in Nigeria endorsed by Dubai health authority as part of 30-office expansion…

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The Quick Scan by Mike Ramey


 

A SUCCESS PRIMER FOR YOUNG BLACK MEN, PART 2

      Show me a young man who has not learned how to show humility in victory and grace in defeat through athletic competition, and I will show you a young man who has a hole in his character because he has not experienced TRUE victory OR defeat at a personal level.       …

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