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30 Mar Political Leader Dr Mutula Shakur

Dr. Mutulu Shakur is a brother that most of our youth don't know. He is a highly respected acupuncturist and the member of multiple black nationalist groups.  R.N.A(Republic of New Afrika), B.L.A (Black Liberation Army) and R.A.M( Revolutionary Action Movement). All Movement that was eventually dismantled by co...

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15 Feb The importance of Vitamin D

Vitamin D is an essential nutrient, very critical for us melanated people. Our health classes don't emphasize the importance of vitamin d. Vitamin D serves several important functions in the human body.  Maintaining normal calcium and phosphate levels. Vitamin d promotes bone, cell growth and reduces...

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03 Feb The Medical industry Exposed.

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pnfvu3zABqg A lot of citizens in America. Don't see the medical industry as an economic powerhouse. No different from Nike or Walmart. In my opinion. Nike categories are apparel and shoes. Walmart, electronics, household goods, and food. Nike uses T.V advertisement with athletes to promote their products.  The sweat of...

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29 Mar Black Spending Power: Using our Buying Power to end Racism!

black spending power

Purchasing power is a license to purchase power.

Raoul Vaneigem

Last year was a very exciting year for Black Americans and minorities, in general. It was a year of struggle and triumph, a year to evaluate the lack of diversity, and a year of open dialogue on how we can change our underprivileged circumstances. Minorities are more popular and more influential than they’ve ever been. Something in the air smells like change and we’re very confident that we will see this change in 2016.

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29 Mar Beyond Black History Month

Cheering for diversity

Black History Month is a great symbol of race relations in this country. For centuries, we've always had to belittle our experiences for the sake of Caucasian comfort.

  • We ignore racism because we don't want whites to feel guilty for what they did to our people. 
  • We deny our culture and assimilate to satisfy the white standard of how one should act.
  • We allow ignorance and generalizations so that we don't offend their ignorant perspectives. 
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