23 Wayz You Could Be Killed If You Are Black in Amerikkka

Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, Rihanna, Jennifer Hudson, Pink, Bono, and others explain why it’s time to take action to heal the long history of systemic racism in America. #23Ways In collaboration with Alicia Key and the We Are Here Movement, with original reporting from Mic’s Jamilah King. Go to WeAreHereMovement.com to find out more.   source: http://www.occupy.com/article/23-ways-you-could-be-killed-if-you-are-black-america?

A Brief History of the ”War on Copz”: The False Allegation That Enablez Police Violence

    Dan Berger – July 21, 2016 As part of a global action proclaiming “Freedom Now,” Black Lives Matter groups shut down police operations around the country on July 20. From Oakland to Washington, D.C., New York City to Chicago and Detroit, these bold and creative acts of civil disobedience issued a demand to […]

Modern Day ‘Slave’ Patrolz and the Ongoing Legacy of Police Terrorizing Afrikan/Black Communitiez

by Solomon Comissiong The U.S. system of mass Black incarceration cannot reformed, but must be dismantled, root and branch. “The job of the police force in predominately African/black communities is to make sure those communities are contained and kept in a state of constant fear and terror.” “Reforming this system wont work in any way, […]

No Badjacketing: The State Wantz to Kill Uz; Let’z Not Cooperate

We prepared this short piece after several comrades were badjacketed in public and with pictures on social media at the 4th Precinct Shutdown. We believe those individual cases have been dealt with, and don’t wish to cause unnecessary division by complaining, or publicly calling any group or individual out. Instead, this is intended to provoke reflection, and conversation, amongst […]

Racism iz the Status Quo: Relinquishing the Reignz of White Power

by Susan Anglada Bartley, M.Ed & Samuel Burnett Three days after the murder of Alton Sterling, two days after the murder of Philando Castile, one day after the sniper attacks on police in Dallas, four hundred plus years after the start of the trans-continental slave trade, we come together, in the highest state of white […]

Dallas Shooting: Where Peaceful Existence iz Impossible, Violence iz Inevitable

by Frank Castro When John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, Malcolm X famously commented “[President Kennedy] never foresaw that the chickens would come home to roost so soon… Chickens coming home to roost never did make me sad.” Following the backlash of what many considered Malcolm’s callous remarks, the Civil Rights leader clarified his […]

Working az intended in Dallas and beyond: The inextricably wound threadz of White Nationalism and US law enforcement

by Johnny Islamabad Everybody knows what happened last week. Everybody knows: the streetside roadrage execution of Delrawn Small under the indifferent glare of a Brooklyn stoplight on July 4. The parking lot tackle-and-slaughter of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge for the crime of selling CDs outside a store on July 5. The videotaped, thoughtless murder […]

Micah Xavier Johnson: Made in Amerika, a Failed Human Rightz State

by Dr. Randy Short Not all Black people are appalled at Micah X Johnson’s day of rage in Dallas. The author isn’t, and believes he has lots of company. Johnson is far from alone in his hatred of white cops. However, “unlike the majority of Blacks who complain amongst themselves, Johnson went postal – like […]

I am Micah

by Rev. Reynard Blake, Jr. “I may not kill but I am armed to deconstruct bullshit.” I am Micah by Rev. Reynard Blake, Jr. I may not have killed Dallas Police officers But there’s a Micah X. Johnson in me I have rage A “Bigger Thomas” rage A John Brown rage A Malcolm X rage […]

Hillary Clinton Praisez Woman Who Tried to “Exterminate” Blackz

Do you recognize the woman in the picture above? Her name is Margaret Sanger. Today, liberals praise Sanger for pushing birth control and creating Planned Parenthood. What they fail to mention, though, is that she was an outspoken racist and eugenicist. She wanted to “exterminate” blacks and was an advocate of late-term abortions and forced […]