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Africa, Books, and Children: Everyone wants to play Activist and Revolutionary aaNewKindofHuuman But no one wants to go through the struggle of self education and seeking Truth. I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars
Africa, Books, and Children: Everyone wants to play
 Activist and Revolutionary
 aaNewKindofHuuman
 But no one wants to go through
 the struggle of self education
 and seeking Truth.
I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't d...

Club, Dude, and Fucking: Do Throwback Thursday - This is Sergeant Henry “Black Death” Johnson from the 369th Infantry aka "The Harlem Hellfighters". In 1917 during WWI, Kaiser Wilhelm II's finest fighters conducted a raid on Sergeant Johnson's French encampment. With no ammo, isolated, overrun, outnumbered, and with a wounded man to protect; Sergeant Johnson was shot more than twenty times. Let me say that again....THIS DUDE GOT SHOT MORE THAN TWENTY FUCKING TIMES!!! LukeCage Anyone else probably would have tapped the fuck out, accepted death, and said to their higher power "well lets get this shit over with." But, being from Harlem ole Henry J-Money knew he had to rep his unit AND his set. He took a bolo knife, flipped his rifle over, used that shit as a club and started to beat and stab motherfuckers to death while defending his fallen comrades. FuckingSavage Unfortunately in 1918 racism against African Americans was so common and accepted that his heroism and valor in combat were not acknowledged and he was presented with no award by the very country he fought for. On top of that he was refused his purple heart. However, the French troops praised him and welcomed him and his comrades as their own. Johnson’s heroism was recognized by the French and he became the very first American in WWI to be awarded the Croix De Guerre with star and bronze palm RealRecognizeReal In 1996 long after his death he finally received his Purple Heart and in 2002 a Distinguished Service Cross. Finally, on June 2, 2015 after years and years of petitioning he was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor by in a posthumous ceremony at the White House. Long overdue. OAF TBT OAFNation ThrowbackThursday WWI France HarlemHellfighters Valor MOH Heroism LegendsNeverDie
Club, Dude, and Fucking: Do
Throwback Thursday - This is Sergeant Henry “Black Death” Johnson from the 369th Infantry aka "The Harlem Hellfighters". In 1917 during WWI, Kaiser Wilhelm II's finest fighters conducted a raid on Sergeant Johnson's French encampment. With no ammo, isolated, overrun, outnumbered, and with a wounded man to protect; Sergeant Johnson was shot more than twenty times. Let me say that again....THIS DUDE GOT SHOT MORE THAN TWENTY FUCKING TIMES!!! LukeCage Anyone else probably would have tapped the fuck out, accepted death, and said to their higher power "well lets get this shit over with." But, being from Harlem ole Henry J-Money knew he had to rep his unit AND his set. He took a bolo knife, flipped his rifle over, used that shit as a club and started to beat and stab motherfuckers to death while defending his fallen comrades. FuckingSavage Unfortunately in 1918 racism against African Americans was so common and accepted that his heroism and valor in combat were not acknowledged and he was presented with no award by the very country he fought for. On top of that he was refused his purple heart. However, the French troops praised him and welcomed him and his comrades as their own. Johnson’s heroism was recognized by the French and he became the very first American in WWI to be awarded the Croix De Guerre with star and bronze palm RealRecognizeReal In 1996 long after his death he finally received his Purple Heart and in 2002 a Distinguished Service Cross. Finally, on June 2, 2015 after years and years of petitioning he was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor by in a posthumous ceremony at the White House. Long overdue. OAF TBT OAFNation ThrowbackThursday WWI France HarlemHellfighters Valor MOH Heroism LegendsNeverDie

Throwback Thursday - This is Sergeant Henry “Black Death” Johnson from the 369th Infantry aka "The Harlem Hellfighters". In 1917 during WWI,...

Being Alone, America, and Black Lives Matter: FIVE RAPE PREVENTION TIPS If someone is drunk, don't rape them. When you see someone walking by themselves, leave them alone. I use the Buddy system If it is difficult for you to stop yourself from raping someone, ask a trusted friend to accompany you at all times, Carry a rape whistle. If you find that you are about to rape someone, blow the whistle until someone comes to stop you. Don't forget: Honesty is the best policy. in When asking someone out, don't pretend that you are interested them as a person, Tell them straight up that you expect to be raping them later. If you don't communicate your intentions, they may take it as a sign that you do not plan to rape them. Rape culture directs women to police their clothing, beverages, behaviour, and at all times avoid men. lt portrays men as powerless against their violent sexual urges. Rape culture demeans everyone, and everyone should speak out against rape (17.7k!!) - Lmao accidentally shared this on my personal -Gabby (p.s. Pls save me I'm in physics and I'm so bored ughhghh) - - - - - - - - feminism feminist racism blacklivesmatter pride lgbt equality equalrights genderequality intersectional intersectionalfeminism slutshaming girlpower bodypositivity patriarchy prochoice elections donaldtrump hillaryclinton notmypresident feelthebern heforshe wagegap textpost america selflove womanism misogyny oppression
Being Alone, America, and Black Lives Matter: FIVE RAPE PREVENTION TIPS
 If someone is drunk, don't rape them.
 When you see someone walking by themselves,
 leave them alone.
 I use the Buddy system If it is difficult for you to stop yourself
 from raping someone, ask a trusted friend to accompany you
 at all times,
 Carry a rape whistle. If you find that you are about to rape
 someone, blow the whistle until someone comes to stop you.
 Don't forget: Honesty is the best policy.
 in
 When asking someone out, don't pretend that you are interested them as a person, Tell them straight up that you expect to be raping
 them later. If you don't communicate your intentions, they may take
 it as a sign that you do not plan to rape them.
 Rape culture directs women to police their clothing,
 beverages, behaviour, and at all times avoid men. lt portrays men as powerless against their
 violent sexual urges. Rape culture demeans
 everyone,
 and everyone should speak out against rape
(17.7k!!) - Lmao accidentally shared this on my personal -Gabby (p.s. Pls save me I'm in physics and I'm so bored ughhghh) - - - - - - - - feminism feminist racism blacklivesmatter pride lgbt equality equalrights genderequality intersectional intersectionalfeminism slutshaming girlpower bodypositivity patriarchy prochoice elections donaldtrump hillaryclinton notmypresident feelthebern heforshe wagegap textpost america selflove womanism misogyny oppression

(17.7k!!) - Lmao accidentally shared this on my personal -Gabby (p.s. Pls save me I'm in physics and I'm so bored ughhghh) - - - - - - - - f...

Cum, Memes, and Racism: When Yall Leave Long, Angry Paragraphs In My Comments CARE A multiple f*ck you on it's way, so if you get offended about an Instagram post, don't let me know, as you were born from pre cum. "But you're supposed to be about peace & love so you can't possibly be pissed off about racism, sexism, classism or speciesism..." Ok first of all f*ck you, I am not your president, I am a human, I keep this account free from adverts because I don't want to be owned by money. "But you are so pro black, you hate whites" F*ck you, this isn't the page for you, I love Africans, I don't apologise, I don't hate Europeans, (white is an invention, there is no such thing as a white human) I hate white supremacy & white racism. "You are creating division with this post!" Various f*ck yous to you. I am dividing the world with an Instagram post? You are large level of ignorant. Let's forget about the economic, structural, institutional, education, political & all of the other divides that actually exist between Africans globally & Europeans, just blame my Instagram post, I don't run or own any of the systems that perpetuate actual divides. "You are spreading misinformation, you are evil" Sometimes I get it wrong, I usually delete posts I didn't fact check properly, check out another page if you don't like mine, also f*ck while you are there. "But Jesus, But Muhammad pbuh freed Bilal, god first, but just let Allah into your heart" Nope f*ck you, a man doesn't guide me, God is an African woman, I will keep doing what I am doing without religion, if you don't like it you know what to do. "You hate police" F*ck the police! "Why do you never speak about gay rights, you are a homophobe" F*ck you, the homosexual movement gets funding from the goverment, they are supported by the establishment, Africans are not, you speak about man f*cking man, I don't need to. "Why do you only promote black beauty" Because the mainstream has tried to destroy it, also why not? If I was only promoting European beauty you will be cool, f*ck you. "But why aren't you talking about Syria" I am. But why do you expect me to talk about whatever you are feeling, exactly when you are feeling it. F*ck you! This is my page, I speak from my heart. chakabars
Cum, Memes, and Racism: When Yall Leave Long, Angry
 Paragraphs In My Comments
 CARE
A multiple f*ck you on it's way, so if you get offended about an Instagram post, don't let me know, as you were born from pre cum. "But you're supposed to be about peace & love so you can't possibly be pissed off about racism, sexism, classism or speciesism..." Ok first of all f*ck you, I am not your president, I am a human, I keep this account free from adverts because I don't want to be owned by money. "But you are so pro black, you hate whites" F*ck you, this isn't the page for you, I love Africans, I don't apologise, I don't hate Europeans, (white is an invention, there is no such thing as a white human) I hate white supremacy & white racism. "You are creating division with this post!" Various f*ck yous to you. I am dividing the world with an Instagram post? You are large level of ignorant. Let's forget about the economic, structural, institutional, education, political & all of the other divides that actually exist between Africans globally & Europeans, just blame my Instagram post, I don't run or own any of the systems that perpetuate actual divides. "You are spreading misinformation, you are evil" Sometimes I get it wrong, I usually delete posts I didn't fact check properly, check out another page if you don't like mine, also f*ck while you are there. "But Jesus, But Muhammad pbuh freed Bilal, god first, but just let Allah into your heart" Nope f*ck you, a man doesn't guide me, God is an African woman, I will keep doing what I am doing without religion, if you don't like it you know what to do. "You hate police" F*ck the police! "Why do you never speak about gay rights, you are a homophobe" F*ck you, the homosexual movement gets funding from the goverment, they are supported by the establishment, Africans are not, you speak about man f*cking man, I don't need to. "Why do you only promote black beauty" Because the mainstream has tried to destroy it, also why not? If I was only promoting European beauty you will be cool, f*ck you. "But why aren't you talking about Syria" I am. But why do you expect me to talk about whatever you are feeling, exactly when you are feeling it. F*ck you! This is my page, I speak from my heart. chakabars

A multiple f*ck you on it's way, so if you get offended about an Instagram post, don't let me know, as you were born from pre cum. "But you'...

Memes, Racism, and Brave: White Passenger Accused Black Artist of Not Having First-Class Ticket And Was Swiftly Shut Down 17th soulja4 A white train passenger questioned a Black singer-songwriter over her first-class ticket and she was shut down by not only the star but her daughter as well. Jamelia, a British R&B star and model, explained what happened after she wrapped up a photo shoot and caught a train at London Euston station with her youngest daughter, Tiani. The 36-year-old posted a series of tweets on the matter Thursday, Jan. 12.Jamelia later explained more about the situation on her blog. “I need to say, at this point, this situation is far from unique,” the singer wrote. “Most of my train travel is first class, and I would estimate that at least 60 percent of the time, I experience this exchange with either another passenger or someone working for the train company. It’s irritating, embarrassing, but I, like many affluent, Black women, accept it as an annoying part of the space I occupy in society.” Jamelia went on to explain she and her daughters, Tiani and Teja, recently had a conversation about institutionalized racism and the importance of speaking up about racist treatment. “We decided that, from now on, we’re going to help people out,” Jamelia said. “We are going to be brave and tell them, ‘I don’t like that you did-said that.’ I was and am so proud of the bravery my daughter displayed. Yes, she is being taught to respect her elders, but she is also being taught to effectively communicate her genuine feelings, no matter who it may be.” The singer also addressed criticism over her pulling the race card. “I also received tweets asking why I felt the need to tweet about it, why didn’t I just keep it to myself, I have a chip on my shoulder, I’m attention seeking and [I’m] ‘always playing the race card,'” Jamelia wrote. “If I was to tweet every single racist incident that happened to me as it happened, you would be on the floor. “The problem is that we don’t tell you, we speak about it amongst ourselves and you get to carry on about your day not realizing you’ve ruined ours,” she continued. “I tweeted because I wanted you to read it. I wanted you to be aware of this happening. 17thsoulja
Memes, Racism, and Brave: White Passenger Accused Black
 Artist of Not Having First-Class
 Ticket And Was Swiftly Shut
 Down
 17th soulja4
A white train passenger questioned a Black singer-songwriter over her first-class ticket and she was shut down by not only the star but her daughter as well. Jamelia, a British R&B star and model, explained what happened after she wrapped up a photo shoot and caught a train at London Euston station with her youngest daughter, Tiani. The 36-year-old posted a series of tweets on the matter Thursday, Jan. 12.Jamelia later explained more about the situation on her blog. “I need to say, at this point, this situation is far from unique,” the singer wrote. “Most of my train travel is first class, and I would estimate that at least 60 percent of the time, I experience this exchange with either another passenger or someone working for the train company. It’s irritating, embarrassing, but I, like many affluent, Black women, accept it as an annoying part of the space I occupy in society.” Jamelia went on to explain she and her daughters, Tiani and Teja, recently had a conversation about institutionalized racism and the importance of speaking up about racist treatment. “We decided that, from now on, we’re going to help people out,” Jamelia said. “We are going to be brave and tell them, ‘I don’t like that you did-said that.’ I was and am so proud of the bravery my daughter displayed. Yes, she is being taught to respect her elders, but she is also being taught to effectively communicate her genuine feelings, no matter who it may be.” The singer also addressed criticism over her pulling the race card. “I also received tweets asking why I felt the need to tweet about it, why didn’t I just keep it to myself, I have a chip on my shoulder, I’m attention seeking and [I’m] ‘always playing the race card,'” Jamelia wrote. “If I was to tweet every single racist incident that happened to me as it happened, you would be on the floor. “The problem is that we don’t tell you, we speak about it amongst ourselves and you get to carry on about your day not realizing you’ve ruined ours,” she continued. “I tweeted because I wanted you to read it. I wanted you to be aware of this happening. 17thsoulja

A white train passenger questioned a Black singer-songwriter over her first-class ticket and she was shut down by not only the star but her ...

Africa, Assassination, and Crime: THOSE WHO LOVE PEACEMUST LEARN TO ORGANIZE AS EFFECTIVELY AS THOSE WHO LOVE WAR MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR BENEDICT Stereo 77' :DRINKRE m FRESH -IN ly People keep telling me to stop talking about racism, because I might incite a race war... Are you smoking crack? America has been in a race war for hundreds of years... America was built on a race war. Let's deal with facts. All attempts at black people trying to empower themselves, have been sabotaged. Look at black walls street. Black people building communities and businesses that benefited their communities, what did the white supremacists do... Blew it up. There was a back to Africa self sustainable movement called "Move" in the 1980s... What did the Philadelphia police department do... Blew them up, then shot and killed men, women and children as they fled the burning building. The terrorist attack on the church in Birmingham in 1963, where four little black girls were blown up by white supremacist terrorists. Martin Luther King was assassinated by the U.S. Government. The police kill hundreds of black people every year. Brutalising the peaceful protests and infiltrating the movements for justice... Starting riots. Check out cointelpro No it's not the race card. The "justice" system The Schools The prisons The senior board level of any major company is all white. The frequent racial discrimination in the media. Tulsa Oklahoma Tuskegee experiments Filling the hoods with crack and guns. Building railroads and freeways over the hoods so no business passes through there. If you are more annoyed about this post, than you are about the racism that you are trying to pretend that doesn't exist... You are part of the problem. There is clearly already a race war, there are over 200 white supremacist organisations in America. Burning down black churches, committing hate crimes. The only question is black America going to defend themselves? Or would you rather let them commit your suicide. chakabars
Africa, Assassination, and Crime: THOSE WHO LOVE
 PEACEMUST LEARN TO
 ORGANIZE AS
 EFFECTIVELY AS THOSE
 WHO LOVE WAR
 MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR
 BENEDICT
 Stereo 77' :DRINKRE m
 FRESH
 -IN
 ly
People keep telling me to stop talking about racism, because I might incite a race war... Are you smoking crack? America has been in a race war for hundreds of years... America was built on a race war. Let's deal with facts. All attempts at black people trying to empower themselves, have been sabotaged. Look at black walls street. Black people building communities and businesses that benefited their communities, what did the white supremacists do... Blew it up. There was a back to Africa self sustainable movement called "Move" in the 1980s... What did the Philadelphia police department do... Blew them up, then shot and killed men, women and children as they fled the burning building. The terrorist attack on the church in Birmingham in 1963, where four little black girls were blown up by white supremacist terrorists. Martin Luther King was assassinated by the U.S. Government. The police kill hundreds of black people every year. Brutalising the peaceful protests and infiltrating the movements for justice... Starting riots. Check out cointelpro No it's not the race card. The "justice" system The Schools The prisons The senior board level of any major company is all white. The frequent racial discrimination in the media. Tulsa Oklahoma Tuskegee experiments Filling the hoods with crack and guns. Building railroads and freeways over the hoods so no business passes through there. If you are more annoyed about this post, than you are about the racism that you are trying to pretend that doesn't exist... You are part of the problem. There is clearly already a race war, there are over 200 white supremacist organisations in America. Burning down black churches, committing hate crimes. The only question is black America going to defend themselves? Or would you rather let them commit your suicide. chakabars

People keep telling me to stop talking about racism, because I might incite a race war... Are you smoking crack? America has been in a race ...

Disappointed, Fanatic, and Memes: The Greatest Black Love Story Ever Told @17th Soulja President Obama has shown Black men what loving a Black woman completely and correctly looks like “Michelle LaVaughn Robison, girl of the South Side…” so began President Obama’s tearful address to his wife during Tuesday night’s farewell address. As the most visible Black man on the planet stood before the world bidding us adieu, there sat his brown, statuesque, unmistakably Black wife blushing as her husband of 25 years stood at the podium raving over her. If you asked me to define Black love, I’d point you to that video. Nearly 13 years ago when a young, Black Illinois Senator first entered Black America’s radar, I was looking for the great woman proverbially at the side every great man. Controversial as it may be, I always appreciate seeing a powerful Black man married to a Black woman, since too often, non-Black wives, especially White women, are used as a tool to bargain for proximate Whiteness. So when I found out that Barack Obama’s wife was Black, and not the kind of rigid, palatable, ambiguous Black woman that America loves to hold up as proof of its diversity but an unambiguously Black, thicker-than-cold-grits, abundantly-melanated sister from the South Side, I melted. In the decade plus since Obama shot to political superstardom, I have been less than a fanatic of his policies, vocally critical even. But my disappointment in his performance as president has been in stark contrast to his performance as a family man and husband. I expect any man to adore his wife, but Obama’s unabashed adoration and gushing over the woman he referred to as the “brilliant, funny, generous woman who, for whatever reason, agreed to marry” him is the wildest dream of my wildest dreams of love. The unimaginable sacrifice Michelle Obama made in allowing her entire life to be scrutinized, demonized, judged and laid bare for a public largely relentless in its brutal racism and misogynoir has been repaid by her husband with the dreamiest intimate gazes from a podium before millions. The man she met nearly 30 years ago when she was assigned to mentor him as a summer associate at the law firm where she practiced has shown his appreciation for her . 17thsoulja
Disappointed, Fanatic, and Memes: The Greatest Black Love
 Story Ever Told
 @17th Soulja
President Obama has shown Black men what loving a Black woman completely and correctly looks like “Michelle LaVaughn Robison, girl of the South Side…” so began President Obama’s tearful address to his wife during Tuesday night’s farewell address. As the most visible Black man on the planet stood before the world bidding us adieu, there sat his brown, statuesque, unmistakably Black wife blushing as her husband of 25 years stood at the podium raving over her. If you asked me to define Black love, I’d point you to that video. Nearly 13 years ago when a young, Black Illinois Senator first entered Black America’s radar, I was looking for the great woman proverbially at the side every great man. Controversial as it may be, I always appreciate seeing a powerful Black man married to a Black woman, since too often, non-Black wives, especially White women, are used as a tool to bargain for proximate Whiteness. So when I found out that Barack Obama’s wife was Black, and not the kind of rigid, palatable, ambiguous Black woman that America loves to hold up as proof of its diversity but an unambiguously Black, thicker-than-cold-grits, abundantly-melanated sister from the South Side, I melted. In the decade plus since Obama shot to political superstardom, I have been less than a fanatic of his policies, vocally critical even. But my disappointment in his performance as president has been in stark contrast to his performance as a family man and husband. I expect any man to adore his wife, but Obama’s unabashed adoration and gushing over the woman he referred to as the “brilliant, funny, generous woman who, for whatever reason, agreed to marry” him is the wildest dream of my wildest dreams of love. The unimaginable sacrifice Michelle Obama made in allowing her entire life to be scrutinized, demonized, judged and laid bare for a public largely relentless in its brutal racism and misogynoir has been repaid by her husband with the dreamiest intimate gazes from a podium before millions. The man she met nearly 30 years ago when she was assigned to mentor him as a summer associate at the law firm where she practiced has shown his appreciation for her . 17thsoulja

President Obama has shown Black men what loving a Black woman completely and correctly looks like “Michelle LaVaughn Robison, girl of the So...

Africa, England, and Horses: This four-year-old girl has read 1,000 Young books and she hasn't even started kindergarten Wow, most adults haven't read 100 books! I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The atar of deep beginnings, The genesis of African science and technology by Charles S finch III M.D. chakabars
Africa, England, and Horses: This four-year-old girl has read 1,000
 Young books and she hasn't even started
 kindergarten
Wow, most adults haven't read 100 books! I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The atar of deep beginnings, The genesis of African science and technology by Charles S finch III M.D. chakabars

Wow, most adults haven't read 100 books! I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me...

Jealous, Memes, and Porsche: Model Fights Back After Shamers Criticize Her Skin Color In Maternity Photo PAN-AFRICAN ROOTS MOVE After model Porsche Thomas posted a maternity photo on Instagram, she received a lot of negative comments about the color of her skin. She didn’t hesitate and couple days later had s perfect response of her own. On a photo she was enjoying the sun while wearing a bikini, her message was full of positivity and good vibes, but trolls started criticizing her about the color of her skin, asking stupid questions about why her stomach was “so dark”. It didn’t upset her and four days later she showed off her stomach in another photo. On the caption, she sent a special message for anyone shaming her for the color her skin. “While some of y’all been in my comments criticizing the blackness that is my belly and me during what shoulda been your holiday cheer, I been over here enjoying life, growing tiny humans, performing miracles and hopefully getting even blacker,” she wrote. To that, she received a positive feedback people who supported her. It was the best way to handle the situation and turn bullying into something positive. Unfortunately, racism is alive and it seems like it’s not going anywhere and the Internet is a perfect place for trolling, but let’s not forget that we can choose to react or not. Black people are gorgeous and our beloved melanin will help us to stay young and good looking forever, while those haters won't, so they're just jealous. move9 move themove moveorginization westphiladelphia somethingsneverchange onthemove cornelwest mumiaabujamal hate5six philadelphia knowledgeispower blackpride blackpower blacklivesmatter unite panafricanrootsmove
Jealous, Memes, and Porsche: Model Fights Back After Shamers Criticize Her Skin
 Color In Maternity Photo
 PAN-AFRICAN ROOTS MOVE
After model Porsche Thomas posted a maternity photo on Instagram, she received a lot of negative comments about the color of her skin. She didn’t hesitate and couple days later had s perfect response of her own. On a photo she was enjoying the sun while wearing a bikini, her message was full of positivity and good vibes, but trolls started criticizing her about the color of her skin, asking stupid questions about why her stomach was “so dark”. It didn’t upset her and four days later she showed off her stomach in another photo. On the caption, she sent a special message for anyone shaming her for the color her skin. “While some of y’all been in my comments criticizing the blackness that is my belly and me during what shoulda been your holiday cheer, I been over here enjoying life, growing tiny humans, performing miracles and hopefully getting even blacker,” she wrote. To that, she received a positive feedback people who supported her. It was the best way to handle the situation and turn bullying into something positive. Unfortunately, racism is alive and it seems like it’s not going anywhere and the Internet is a perfect place for trolling, but let’s not forget that we can choose to react or not. Black people are gorgeous and our beloved melanin will help us to stay young and good looking forever, while those haters won't, so they're just jealous. move9 move themove moveorginization westphiladelphia somethingsneverchange onthemove cornelwest mumiaabujamal hate5six philadelphia knowledgeispower blackpride blackpower blacklivesmatter unite panafricanrootsmove

After model Porsche Thomas posted a maternity photo on Instagram, she received a lot of negative comments about the color of her skin. She d...

Jealous, Memes, and Porsche: Model Fights Back After Shamers Criticize Her Skin Color In Maternity Photo PAN-AFRICAN ROOTS MOVE After model Porsche Thomas posted a maternity photo on Instagram, she received a lot of negative comments about the color of her skin. She didn’t hesitate and couple days later had s perfect response of her own. On a photo she was enjoying the sun while wearing a bikini, her message was full of positivity and good vibes, but trolls started criticizing her about the color of her skin, asking stupid questions about why her stomach was “so dark”. It didn’t upset her and four days later she showed off her stomach in another photo. On the caption, she sent a special message for anyone shaming her for the color her skin. “While some of y’all been in my comments criticizing the blackness that is my belly and me during what shoulda been your holiday cheer, I been over here enjoying life, growing tiny humans, performing miracles and hopefully getting even blacker,” she wrote. To that, she received a positive feedback people who supported her. It was the best way to handle the situation and turn bullying into something positive. Unfortunately, racism is alive and it seems like it’s not going anywhere and the Internet is a perfect place for trolling, but let’s not forget that we can choose to react or not. Black people are gorgeous and our beloved melanin will help us to stay young and good looking forever, while those haters won't, so they're just jealous. move9 move themove moveorginization westphiladelphia somethingsneverchange onthemove cornelwest mumiaabujamal hate5six philadelphia knowledgeispower blackpride blackpower blacklivesmatter unite panafricanrootsmove
Jealous, Memes, and Porsche: Model Fights Back After Shamers Criticize Her Skin
 Color In Maternity Photo
 PAN-AFRICAN ROOTS MOVE
After model Porsche Thomas posted a maternity photo on Instagram, she received a lot of negative comments about the color of her skin. She didn’t hesitate and couple days later had s perfect response of her own. On a photo she was enjoying the sun while wearing a bikini, her message was full of positivity and good vibes, but trolls started criticizing her about the color of her skin, asking stupid questions about why her stomach was “so dark”. It didn’t upset her and four days later she showed off her stomach in another photo. On the caption, she sent a special message for anyone shaming her for the color her skin. “While some of y’all been in my comments criticizing the blackness that is my belly and me during what shoulda been your holiday cheer, I been over here enjoying life, growing tiny humans, performing miracles and hopefully getting even blacker,” she wrote. To that, she received a positive feedback people who supported her. It was the best way to handle the situation and turn bullying into something positive. Unfortunately, racism is alive and it seems like it’s not going anywhere and the Internet is a perfect place for trolling, but let’s not forget that we can choose to react or not. Black people are gorgeous and our beloved melanin will help us to stay young and good looking forever, while those haters won't, so they're just jealous. move9 move themove moveorginization westphiladelphia somethingsneverchange onthemove cornelwest mumiaabujamal hate5six philadelphia knowledgeispower blackpride blackpower blacklivesmatter unite panafricanrootsmove

After model Porsche Thomas posted a maternity photo on Instagram, she received a lot of negative comments about the color of her skin. She d...