Chapter 4 of THE SLAVE IN YOUR MENTALITY is a continuation of the introspective journey that seeks to identify the many ways in which the X-Slave continues to carry the marks of his enslavement. In this chapter we examine an issue called “SATISFACTION WITH INFERIORITY,” showing how long slave conditioning caused inferiority to become […]

22 Million Reasons Black Amerika Doesn’t Trust Banks

by Marcus Anthony Hunter  By 1871, Congress had authorized the bank to provide mortgages and business loans. Such mortgages and loans, however, were usually given to whites, creating a financial paradox -— a bank using the savings and income of black depositors to advance the economic fortunes of whites who had at their disposal mainstream banks […]

No pledge of allegiance to racism

By Mikisa Thompson My son Jeremiah Boykin called me from school on Friday, Feb. 16, to tell me that he was dismissed from class because he did not stand for the pledge of allegiance. His constitutional rights were violated. He was verbally and almost physically assaulted by the person supposed to teach him anatomy. The teacher, […]

Urgent Medical Campaign for Political Prisoner Robert Seth Hayes

As people know, ensuring that Robert Seth Hayes receives adequate medical care has been an ongoing struggle over the past 20 years. Seth reports that, when he went to change the sensor on his insulin pump (sensors must be changed every 6 days) on February 23, 2018, he was informed that Sullivan did not have […]

Wakaliwood: The cinematic dream of a Uganda slum

by Stefano Schirato Slum in Kampala with about 2,000 residents is home to a young and booming Ugandan cinema industry. Most of the actors playing in Nabwana’s films come from the slum. Isaac has actually realised a dream and made it possible for the people of his town, young and adults as well. STEFANO SCHIRATO/AL JAZEERA […]