BLACK LIVES MATTER
Well put. Blacks (we) are so tired of racism which has been forcefully shoved down our throats since whites invaded Africa. Our voices are what is needed to be heard, understood, felt and actions taken upon. I don’t care about what that host Tomi Lauren had to say about how Beyonce’s performance was “unfair to little white girls who like her music”… This wasn’t for them – it was for us BLACKS! – and only for whites to take notes.
Black people are fed up w/ AmeriKKKa and the rest of this racist world. We birthed these people as the original creation of God – the Black Woman & Man *** Dates back to Kemet (Egypt) when the Greeks invaded, stole our systems of mathematics, science and spirituality.
Their fear of our greatness has always been the driving force for their hatred.
This is for all my white viewers – please watch – you’ll learn something – if your mind is open.
Speaking the real*
Europeans / white people have “colonized” (brought upon terror, murdered, raped and occupied) all lands across the world. The things that are Black, the many things we have created has been stolen by whites for their own personal and monetary gains.
Don’t let media / capitalism poison you and your children’s minds for the conquering by those who’s ancestors and down the bloodlines created a country / world governed by evil.
Short interview by a professor I know from University of Irvine in Southern California with the one and only Yasiin Bey.
Topic: Malcolm X – R.I.P. to one of our great ones.
Recorded in Paris, this short for the exhibit “Return of the Mecca: The Art of Islam and Hip-Hop” features excerpts from an interview between Yasiin Bey (aka Mos Def) and curator Sohail Daulatzai, as well as music by Oddisee, and art work from the exhibit which includes Jamel Shabazz, Ernie Paniccioli, B+, Cognito, Katina Parker, Coleman, Nema Etebar and more.
See more at http://www.returnofthemecca.com
Univ. of Oklahoma Students Mobilize Against Racism as 2 Fraternity Members Expelled for Hate Video
Voting Rights Remain Under Attack 50 years after the Bloody Sunday march in Selma.
DemocracyNow at the March in Selma anniversary Jesse Jackson, NAACP leaders, civil rights activists who were there 50 years ago and those who respect the struggle.
New film on the rise of the Black Panthers & the FBI’s war against them.
The lack of diversity, opinion and understanding in America | Hollywood of films which don’t portray Black people as slaves or the housemaid.
This film gives a look into Martin Luther King Jr. and the countless people who stood next to him in the fight for civil rights. The fight that has still not been completely won to this current day – give homage to the powerful voices and bodies which paved the path for us today.
“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” – MLK Jr.