Every time a Black man or woman is brutally gunned down by cops, the police are commended on their service to the public. Nothing was any different with the two Black men murdered by cops in Baton Rouge and in Minnesota. Without any investigation, police officers received accolades and nothing was said of the grieving family members.
Constantly we hear about good cops, but are they still good cops if they turn a blind eye to the evils of racist cops? How can we not forget the cop who took a s
“Instead of Waiting On The World To Change just open your eyes and see the truth" Educate yourselves about what is really going on, and avoid the trap that so many have fallen so deeply into.
During the 1960’s Black revolutionaries such as Malcolm X and Stokley Carmichael were most often revered as heroes of the black community. Today we often find that such like minded Blacks that are culturally conscious (Afro-centric/ Black Revolutionary types) are often misunderstood or underappreciated by t
LIKE SARAH PALIN, BILL COSBY JUST keeps on talking. He has shown up yet again with more comments lately on cable news, and on the lucrative lecture circuit, continuing to malign and slander African Americans (witness his latest middlebrow, psychobabble Walmark book, "Come on, People: On The Path From Victims to Victors" another mediocre tract contemptuous of real socio-political causality and of real material conditions faced by Afric