Background on Racial Discrimination

Originally posted on Dogma and Geopolitics:
Source: Race is a  significant social issue because people use racial differences as the basis for  discrimination. Much of today’s racism can be traced to the era of colonialism  that began in the 1400s. When Europeans began colonizing Africa and the Americas, the  white settlers adopted the idea…

Eugenics and the IQ Test

Originally posted on Dogma and Geopolitics:
by Adib Rashad ~ Between 1890 to 1930, over one hundred social intelligence studies of African Americans, Asians, Africans, South Americans, and Eastern and Southern Europeans were published in various professional and scholarly journals. These studies comprised a mass of theories pertaining to racial differences that was accepted as scientific…

Assata Speaks From Exile on Tupac, Rap, CointelPro, Social Change

by  newafrikan77   What effect do you think Rap music has on the movement for social justice today? Assata Shakur: Hip Hop can be a very powerful weapon to help expand young people’s political and social consciousness. But just as with any weapon, if you don’t know how to use it, if you don’t know where […]

Malcolm X – On Our Own Land We Can Set Up Farms, Factories, Businesses, We Can Establish Our Own Government & Become a Independent Nation

Originally posted on newafrikan77:
This racial dilemma poses a serious problem for white America. Civil war between whites on the one hand, a race war between the whites and their 20 million ex-slaves on the other hand. And the entire dark world is watching, waiting to see what the American government will do to solve…

Black Panther: Politkal Prisoners

#BlackPantherChallenge #BlackPantherParty #BPP #Nu-Afrikan #PolitikalPrisoners #PrisonersofWar #POW’s

‘Black Panther’: The masking of Oakland’s Panthers

by The People’s Minister of Information JR Valrey Coogler’s “Panther” has a terrible counter-revolutionary message but before I get into that, let me tell y’all what I think is great about this box office record breaking Disney-Marvel film. The cinematography is phenomenal. That aspect is better than a Black version of “The Matrix.” The costumes […]

Mass incarceration for profit: The dual impact of the 13th Amendment and the unresolved question of national oppression in the United States

African Americans remain the targets of a system of institutional racism and super-exploitation by Abayomi Azikiwe As the United States faces profound challenges in the areas of race relations, class exploitation, the rights of immigrants, women and other marginalized groups, the threat of world war and other potential calamities, it is of utmost necessity that those […]

PTSD SC: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Solitary Confinement

by Sitawa Nantambu Jamaa and Baridi J. Williamson California Department of Corrections and rehabilitation (CDCr) had been locking classes of prisoners up in solitary confinement since the ‘60s as part of CDCr’s para-military low-intensity warfare, to break the minds and spirits of its subjects, California’s prisoner class. CDCr’s solitary confinement has two operating components: 1) […]

Report: Inequality remains 50 years after Kerner Report

by RUSSELL CONTRERAS In this July 24, 1967, file photo, police check buildings along a section of 12th Street, about three miles from downtown Detroit, following racial riots which broke out in the city. Many businesses and homes were burned and looted. Former U.S. Sen. Fred Harris, the last surviving member of the Kerner Commission, says […]