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Book Excerpt Of The Week: “To Kill A Black Man” By: Louis Lomax

“There is no more tragic a figure than that of a physician who correctly diagnosed a disease nut is unable to persuade the people to accept his cure. So it was for Malcolm X.” -From, “To Kill A Black Man” By: Louis Lomax Tweet

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Buy Black Friday Purchase Of The Week: Neely Fuller Jr. Books

A Compensatory Counter-Racist Word Guide The United-Independent Compensatory Code/System/Concept Textbook Available at: www.ProduceJustice.com Tweet

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The Bombing Of Pearl Harbor & The Creation Of Black Detroit

“In the car on the way to my Aunt Mildred’s for my ninth birthday party, we heard on the radio that the Japanese had bombed Pearl Harbor. America was at war. ‘And on my birthday, too,’ I murmured. Everything changed then. America mobilized. No more butter. White margarine with a little orange button of dye […]

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Book Excerpt Of The Week: “Black Is The Color Of My TV Tube” By: Gil Noble

“As my knowledge has increased, my ego has decreased proportionally. Knowledge is the mother of humility and makes one realize how little is really known overall. Some people have misused knowledge by studying how to perfect ways to enslave and dominate others. To overcome these people, one must be equipped with more and better knowledge.” […]

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Anecdote Of The Week: When Your Blessing Is Served To You On A Platter And You’re Still Hungry

“Bob put me through my workout paces and encouraged a lifestyle bullet around eating whole foods (long before I’d ever heard of the story that shares that name and mission). I resisted. But even as different diets came and went, his advise remained consistent and wise: Eat foods that make you thrive. A few years […]

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Book Excerpt Of The Week: “Ruminations” By: Krs-One

“If your educator is a murderer, a rapist, a liar, chances are you will be taught to be one of these as well. This is why memorizing education without questioning is very destructive. Memory accepts everything. By questioning what you think the truth is, you arrive at the truth. If you never question the truth […]

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Book Excerpt Of The Week: “Black-On-Black Violence” By: Amos Wilson

“What many African Americans, including Black-on-Black criminals desire most are those things manufactured, owned, controlled, and sold by their White oppressors. African Americans rarely want or value anything else. The White American ruling class devalues what it doesn’t own or control, and invests with inflated value what it does own or control, thereby provoking possessive/obsessive […]

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Book Excerpt Of The Week: “Black-On-Black Violence” By: Amos Wilson

“Your freedom is the superbal expression of slavery- the freedom of slaves. You are free to speak as long as no one listens. Free to explain as long as no one understands. Free to sing and dance as long as you entertain those who would have you sing and dance on a tightrope above an […]

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Book Review: “The Making of Black Revolutionaries,” By: James Forman

“The Making of Black Revolutionaries,” By: James Forman is not a book about the heroics of the author. It is a tome about the collective daring of a people who defended their right to be. Throughout “The Making of Black Revolutionaries,” James Forman tells the stories of many unsung heroes and heroines who stood up […]

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Book Excerpt Of The Week: “Soul Stories” By: Gary Zukav

“An intention is not a wish. A wish doesn’t cause anything to happen. An intention pushes against the way things are in your life. Those things push back exactly the same way. (Remember, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction). You can see what your intentions are by looking at what is […]

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