Monthly Archives: January 2013

The "White Privilege" Defense: The Reason Nkosi Thadiwe Killed Brittney Watts Exposed in Atlanta Court

Taking the concept of “white privilege” to its logical conclusion. This is what Nkosi Thadiwe has done in Atlanta, Georgia. The blood of Brittney Watts is on your hands, Mr. Tim Wise He shot three white girls. One white girl … Continue reading

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Chaos in the Windy City– What Depo Provera Could Eliminate

In the chapter Reforming the Role of Human Services in City Government by Judith Walker, from the book “Harold Washington and the Neighborhoods: Progressive City Government in Chicago, 1983-1987,” we learn of the origins of the Chicago Intervention Network. It … Continue reading

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“You maniacs, you gave it away!”: Black Detroit and Zimbabwe Down to Their Last Dollars…

We all know the line Charlton Heston’s character ‘Taylor’ yells at the end of Planet of the Apes: “You Maniacs, you blew it up!” He yells this line as the camera pans to show the ruins of the Statue of … Continue reading

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Hood Mother In Underground Atlanta Gets Tased — What Depo-Provera Could have Prevented…

Depo-Provera would have cost the tax-payers 1/1,000,000 of what their brood will cost A video is making the rounds (WorldStarHipHop and LiveLeak) with the almost perfect headline: “Hood Mothers In ATL Get Tased By Security Guard For Acting up In … Continue reading

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Guns, Blacks, and Steel — How to Save Circle Centre Mall in Indianapolis? Ban Black People

Something you won’t learn about during Black History Month… We have documented the horrors the Indiana Black Expo in Indianapolis has brought to the city before, and we have documented the police state measures enacted to ensure peace and a … Continue reading

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"Cities are What People Make Them" — A Slogan in the chamber of the Birmingham City Council

When Birmingham’s first black mayor, Richard Arrington, ran for re-election in 1983 there were crumblings that the white business community would try and find another candidate to split the black vote. Thus, giving a white candidate a chance to take … Continue reading

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Black Violence in Chicagoland: A Family Tradition

The Great Migration. Two stories, a week apart. Violence is a Black Family Tradition in Chicago Without a doubt, the single greatest tragedy in American history. That’s why we’ve dubbed it “Manifest Destruction.” Two recent stories in the Chicago Sun-Times … Continue reading

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