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Since Sister Citizen: MHP's Words Remain 5 Years Later

I ran into Melissa-Harris Perry five years ago at Bus Boys and Poets after dashing from a NAACP Meeting at Howard University. 20 years old, bright-eyed with my new book in tow—I caught her before she was leaving out of the surprisingly calm (usually packed to capacity) restaurant. 515 more words

Literature

Part II... I Want My Reparations!

BLACK HISTORY CHECK… Mental inquiry to consider before reading about this major unsung problem I often present in conversations and write about that is facing America. 464 more words

Black Perspective

Black People Need a Mega Dose of Race Pride

Look today at Boko Haram and the dope boy’s down the street in a neighborhood close to all of us. On the other hand, the Rwandan Genocide, which was a genocidal mass slaughter of Tutsi and moderate Hutu in Rwanda by members of the Hutu majority. 309 more words

Black Perspective

Creating Black Community Sustainability

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Creating Black community sustainability (collective economic power) is something that most organizers know is needed and claim to want, but few grassroots groups truly take this task on for obvious reasons, it’s hard. 322 more words

Black Politics