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Capitalism is the social system which now exists in all countries of the world. Under this system, the means for producing and distributing goods (the land, factories, technology, transport system etc) are owned by a small minority of people. We refer to this group of people as the capitalist class. The majority of people […]Read More Black Capitalism
Dear Friends and Foes, Matter of the fact is, some of us are more impacted by white supremacy than others. This isn’t an opinion. Simple and facts. Matter of the fact is, anti-Blackness is so deeply embedded in our society that it is alive and well not only in other groups of color toward Black […]Read More Dear Friends and Foes
Folks sittin in their chairs, couches, and thrones. Laying in their blankets. Always in their PJs and thick robes, SLEEPING … Telling you how to fight in these streets. Telling you how to sleep on these sidewalks. Telling you the rain can be less wet if you do it how they tell you. And never […]Read More Not About That Life!
An old post reborn from today’s news: Black bodies being tossed around, kicked around, tested on, cut into, deformed and mutilated, tugged by the limbs and throat, swung by the hair, sold, hung by ropes at the neck, shot up 21 times to one backside, killed. Our system definitely views Black bodies with less value. […]Read More Black Bodies
Issues happening locally that affect you directly: City of Sacramento: >Sacramento Police Department -unlimited and real time city camera surveillance without any regulation -killing of unarmed people -Use of Force policy allows for no accountability -Oversight Commission has no power over misconduct -No policy requiring information on police killings -No punishment for police killings […]Read More Sacramento We Need to FIGHT!
In the beginning. Europeans captured us, put us on several boats. Gave us illnesses that our bodies weren’t used to, and as a result many of us died. Those of us that survived were landed on various continents to be free labor. While they picked the strongest of us, they were also intimidated by our […]Read More Anti-Blackness in the Movement
by Sara Vipond Brink Dear Black Women, I’m a white woman. I’m not a respected commentator, or a public figure, or a leader in a movement. I neither have authority nor do I represent anyone beyond myself. In fact, I’m not representative of the majority of white women who just made the stunningly misogynistic decision […]Read More A Love Letter to Black Women
“A riot is the language of the unheard. -Martin Luther King, Jr.” Hmmph! By now you know about Trayvon Martin, and how his murderer George Zimmerman, was found to be “not guilty.” It gets pretty redundant, typing out all of the reasons he should have been found guilty. Discussing how dumb and/or racist the jurors […]Read More How Come I Can’t Act Mad?
Sources and examples are located in the numbered links inside the parenthesis. “According to the United Nations, racism is defined as “any distinction, exclusion, restriction or preference based on race, color, descent, or national or ethnic origin which has the purpose or effect of nullifying or impairing the recognition, enjoyment or exercise, on an equal […]Read More You Can’t Sum Us Up: Racial Profiling and Stereotypes