1) Barack Obama stepped to the mic and spoke of the importance of non-violence … for oppressed people. When any representative of the U.S. ruling class preaches non-violence, they mean non-violence for those who might get in the way of their empire. Obama was referring to people who had suffered under Jim Crow segregation and lynch-mob terror. This from the commander-in-chief of the global Amerikkkan empire, who has presided over more than 280 drone missile strikes, maintains a torture chamber p
The historic Million Woman March (MWM) is the largest gathering in the world of women anywhere ever; thus making it not only Black/African history and Women's history, but also World History. While many historians and so called scholars have failed in recognizing this incredible accomplishment, its possible and actual potentials, the continued work and ongoing mission to uplift and empower women and girls of African descent throughout the Diaspora,and the quest for true freedom, justice, and sel
Commemoration Ceremony of the assassination of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., (April 4, 1968)
Dr. King Memorial Dedication Should Not Forget Dr. King's Last Campaign On Earth
MARK ALLEN TALKS www.blackwallstreet.org
www.chicagonow.com "And The Ordinary People Said"
Remembering Dr. King'slegacy should include returning to the spot that used to house Dr. King's last Chicago National SCLC headquarters where he kicked off his national Operation Breadbasket program where part of his War On Poverty included his community economic program that call on Black and poor commun
High School & College Students Defend Your Right to a Free, Quality Education ... WALKOUT!!!
PARENTS/TEACHERS ESCORT YOUR STUDENTS TO:
10 AM: TEACH IN AT THE HOUSE OF THE LORD CHURCH (425 ATLANTIC AVE. BET NEVINS & BOND STS., BKLYN)
1 PM: "SHUT DOWN CITY HALL NOT OUR SCHOOLS" ON THE STEPS OF CITY HALL TO PROTEST TH
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