Archive for July, 2016

Dr. Frances Cress Welsing On The Trap Of Legalized Drugs

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Neely Fuller Jr. On Using Logic To Get Constructive Results

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TODAY IS BUY BLACK FRIDAY

PLEASE PASS THIS ON! (EACH ONE TEACH ONE OR TWO!) THIS IS PHASE ONE ON HOW WE CAN HELP TO STRENGTHEN & EMPOWER OUR COMMUNITY: The 2008 not guilty verdict in the Sean Bell case evoked outrage, emotion, and debate. It is not an anomaly that the police officers involved in the Sean Bell slaying […]

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Quote Of The Day

“Over and over again, we keep saying, ‘Why do these things keep happening?’ You got a system in place that guarantees that it will happen. You don’t have to keep having demonstrations saying why. It goes with the territory.” -Neely Fuller Jr. Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“[Don't] get addicted to looking at these small iPhone screens. See, you get accustomed to looking there in a narrow space, as opposed to paying attention broadly to what’s happening around you.” -Dr. Frances Cress Welsing Tweet

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Neely Fuller Jr. On The Message Sent By Society In Every Area Of Activity

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Quote Of The Day

“Usually things happen out of nowhere because someone planned it while you were asleep…Surprises on this battlefield. Always be prepared for them…Codify everything. What if?” -Neely Fuller Jr. Tweet

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Black History Fact Of The Day: New York, 1860 or 2016?

“New York, a city whose development had been so decisively shaped by slavery. In 1860, the city’s 12,472 blacks were widely dispersed among eight different wards, in enclaves that, while often separate, were not sharply demarcated in the manner of segregated ghettos of twentieth-century Northern cities. Black New Yorkers’ choice of where to live was […]

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Quote Of The Day

“New York City was a proslavery outpost on the edges of the confederate slave empire.” -From, “Slavery In New York” Tweet

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Hollywood’s Manipulation Of The Masses

“Filmmakers use [this] trick. They sell dreams to the gullible and keep them engaged in dreaming. Ironically, those who watch the dream of prosperity remain poor while the filmmakers who show the dreams make lots of money.” -From “9 Secrets Of Successful Meditation” Tweet

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