The Real Behind Thankzgiving (thankz-taking): 6 Jewelz of Discussion For Your Mind & the Dinner Table

  The real history behind thanksgiving: Arsenal for your mind & the dinner table. Could Whitefolk In Fact Be the First Formz of Biochemical Warfare? [Jewel 1 of 6] America Was Practically Dis-ease Free… Then Came YT! The scarcity of disease in the Americas was also partly attributable to the basic hygiene practiced by the […]

Negro History (our-story) Lost, Stolen or Strayed- Great documentary

A very interesting documentary about Black History from the era of the 60’s. Did you know that the first open-heart surgery was performed by a black doctor, Daniel Hale Williams? Not many people did in 1968, the year this eye-opening film, narrated by Bill Cosby, was first released. Many still don’t today. “Black History: Lost, […]

Prince Hall on the Revolt in Saint-Domingue

Beloved Brethren of the African Lodge: It is now five years since I delivered a charge to you on some parts and points of masonry. As one branch or superstructure of the foundation, I endeavored to show you the duty of a mason to a mason, and of charity and love to all mankind, as […]

Starve the beast

By TIM YOUNG Plantation toil, penitentiary moil, where slavery ends The Prison Industrial Complex begins Check your history 1863 to the 21st century Wanton misery, no mystery, Statistics quite frightening Fraught with disparity… African Americans constitute 12 percent of the nation 50 percent of the prison population. That’s mass incarceration Modern day enslavement Casting a […]

Columbuz Day: Celebrating A Brutal War Criminal

Above: Columbus and the Spanish conquistidors fed live Indigenous peoples to their dogs. By Indian Country Staff, The US Should Not Be Celebrating the Legacy of Columbus: Slave Trade, Sex Trade, Ethnic Cleansing, Genocide, Mass Slaughter, Rape, War Crimes, Mutilation and Carnage Today America celebrates a man who committed obscene slavery, rape and genocide, comparable to the horror […]

How Literacy Encouraged Slavery Post Amerikan Revolution Rebellion

When the American Constitution was confirmed through votes in 1789, massive efforts were applied to sustain slave illiteracy and restrict slave mobility. The white masters, were, however, becoming uncomfortable as the slaves were increasingly displaying discontentment. To ensure that their slaves did not see the light and rise, the slaveholders hijacked the two factors that […]

Constitutionally, Slavery Iz Indeed a National Institution

Whether or not the words “slave” or “slavery” appear in the text of the Constitution, they dominate its spirit. Slavery profoundly altered the four months of Constitutional debate with respect to how slaves would be counted for apportionment, how often the census would be taken, how a president would be elected. By the time the […]

Slavery, Terrorism and Native Amerikanz

“As a sane and rational Black man living in America, I feel like a stranger in a strange land, who is neither wanted nor appreciated. Now, if that isn’t the epitome of the Terror, Terrorists, Terrorism theory, I don’t know what is.” – Malik Lindsay- by Peggy S. Butler In chronicling the history of domestic […]