From The National Ministry of Information of New Black Panther Party Consider this an open letter to Jim Hoft of the Tea Party,Gateway Pundit, Megyn Kelly of Fox news, associated websites/ media… Continue
What are you for? Most people are Against, Anti-, something; however, only a few dare to stand For something. "Continue on the path you are on and you will arrive at the place you are going", Anon.… Continue
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By Columnist: Kwarteng, Francis | That has been one of the perennial questions for Pan-Africanists! There is no doubt that the question of Arab North Africa, indeed, remains a contentious issue, a nagging paradox with uncertain future, in the discourse on the unitary continentalization of Africa’s strategic interests and development priorities. Put otherwise, the question, in and of itself, probably represents one of the most important niggling veridical paradoxes in the political idiom of post-colonial discourse. What is the solution? … Continue
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Paradox: How do I, especially on African Liberation Day (Africa Day), rail against slavery, colonialism and imperialism then embrace and welcome Mauritania and the North African Arab States into the family of African Nations… Continue
The Freedom Socialist Party joins millions of Americans in expressing our condolences to the families, friends and congregation of the nine killed in Charleston, South Carolina by white supremacist Dylann Roof. Continue
A photo from a white supremacist website showing Dylann Roof, the suspect in the Charleston, S.C., church
By Malik Sekou Osei
June 19th, 2015
One of the major social maladies and afflictions in American social cultures is its abilities to always jump into the shitty eddy with both feet of a-historicism to explain everything and all truth away under the sentiment of personal “Feel Good” as subterfuge. Continue
By Raynard Jackson| On February 18, 2009, then U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder gave a Black History Month speech to the employees at the Department of Justice. He said in part, “Though this nation has proudly thought of itself as an ethnic melting pot, in things racial we have always been and continue to be, in too many ways, essentially a nation of cowards.” Continue
We Afrikans/original peoples/dominant gene people are a spiritual people, we communicate and are communicated to spiritually, living under the Western influence of DirectedTv and microwaved foods we have abandoned our natural instincts in favor of a more Hollywood produced lifestyle...
While our Ancestors do not cause things to happen (they need a body to influence this realm physically) they influence the supreme math so that those who have eyes can see...this was a re-execution of… Continue
On "Juneteenth," the oldest and most-popular observance of the end of slavery in the United States, members of the Project 21 black leadership network call upon their fellow black Americans to use the civil rights-themed holiday as a tool to assess how they can take full advantage of the freedoms and opportunities their predecessors lacked.Continue
By Alton H. Maddox, Jr. (“Attorney-at-War”) | On this Sunday, black “Jezebels” will be celebrating the Cuomo administration for having stripped black men of their human and civil rights. The culprit was “the lesser of two evils.” In 1982, the… Continue
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HAVANA TIMES- The Dominican Republic is set to begin what some are calling “ethnic purging,” placing the fate of hundreds of thousands of Dominicans of Haitian descent into limbo. Half a million legally stateless people could be sent to Haiti this week, including those who have never stepped foot in Haiti and don’t speak the language.
In 2013, a Dominican constitutional court ruling stripped the citizenship of children born to Haitian immigrants in the Dominican Republic as far back as 1929, retroactively leaving tens of thousands without citizenship. Today marks the deadline for undocumented workers to register their presence in the Dominican Republic or risk mass deportation. However, only 300 of the 250,000 Dominican Haitians applying for permits have reportedly received them. Many have actively resisted registering as foreigners, saying they are Dominican by birth and deserve full rights. Dominican authorities have apparently organized a fleet of buses and set up processing centers on the border with Haiti, creating widespread fears of mass roundups. The Dominican Republic’s decision to denationalize hundreds of thousands of people has sparked international outcry.
We are joined by the acclaimed Haitian-American novelist Edwidge Danticat. CONTINUES
WE PETITION THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO:
Pressure the government of the Dominican Republic to stop its planned "cleaning" of 250,000 black Dominicans.
In just a few days, the Dominican Republic will declare around 250,000 Dominicans of Haitian descent stateless. They will have no citizenship and no rights. Many of these people have no ties to Haiti and Haiti cannot support an additional quarter of million people as refugees. This is obviously an enormous human rights violation and warrants immediate action. https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/pressure-government-domin...