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Yarima talks about the current racial climate in the country and why black people have more reason now than ever to come together in unity rather thann staying divided. Connect with Yarima on FB, IG, TWitter or got to his webpage: www.yarimakarama.com for booking info, messaging, to keep up with his daily blogs or to find out about his performance dates and…
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RICHARD PRYOR DEFINES THE CONNECTION BETWEEN RACISM AND CAPITALISM, 40 YEARS AGO!
1. Prince wrote his first song at the age of 7, and it was called “Funk Machine.”
2. He danced on stage with James Brown when was 10. “My stepdad put me on stage with him and I danced a bit until the bodyguard took me off,” Prince told MTV in 1985.
3. He later danced with Brown — and Michael Jackson! — in this amazing footagefrom a show at the…Continue
1) Create sacred space somewhere in your house or on your property. Saturate the space with the energy of your higher self. Build an altar, place candles and crystals here, or anything that lifts your spirit. Spend time here as often as possible.
2) Still your mind through concentration exercises such as focusing on a candle flame for 10 minutes each day.
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Federal Officials to Explore Different Route for Dakota Pipeline
CANNON BALL, N.D. —…
David Jones Peck was the first black man to graduate from an American medical school. He was born to John C. and Sarah Peck in Carlisle, Pennsylvania around 1826. John Peck was a prominent abolitionist and minister who founded the local African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church in Carlisle. Peck was also a barber and…
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McDonald's released an unintentionally hillarious instructional video about managing a budget. If you haven't already seen this, please watch how lowpayisnotok breaks it down.
Once you've recovered from the laughing fit, you might realize that there are a few other implications from this message.…Continue
A New York Times investigation draws on nearly 60,000 disciplinary cases from state prisons and interviews with inmates
to explore the system’s inequities and the ripple effect they can have.
The racism can be felt from the moment black inmates enter New York’s upstate prisons.…
Unjust laws will remain unjust until they are disobeyed by good people. Had brave individuals throughout history not risked imprisonment or worse to challenge tyrannical, racist, and immoral laws, society today, would be much less free — this rule is especially true for black people in America.
On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks made history by disobeying an unjust law that required people of color to yield their seats on the bus to white people. When the bus driver…Continue