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An ‘Honor Student’ Dies Every Year in Black Chicago: Hadiya Pendleton is Reminder of the Civilization Blacks Created in The Second City

Hadiya Pendleton Funeral and Black Chicago: “It is a tale of a society that-in its inability to perform a fundamental duty, the protection of its most vulnerable members-is yielding its claim to the term “civilization.” [ Quote Source: Chicago Tribune, … Continue reading

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Great Moments in Black History — George Brown and The Tuskegee Airmen: Branded with a "K"

George Brown, one of the first black elected lieutenant governors in America, claimed he was branded with a “K” by a white racist in Alabama when his plane crashed while training to be a Tuskegee Airmen… George Brown is a … Continue reading

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"What Happened to the America Dream?" It Came True in Birmingham

Laughter.  The American Dream is alive and well in 2013 Birmingham Without the ability to just… laugh now and then, where would we be as a people? When you sit back and realize that the United States of a America, over … Continue reading

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"More blacks, equals more crime; Less blacks, equals less crime" — The Reality of the Gun Control Debate

Demography is destiny. In the case of the debate on gun control, we only need to look at the history in the city of Chicago for validation of this claim.  No, it’s: “More blacks, More crime; Less blacks, less crime” In … Continue reading

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Great Moments in Black History: The 1805 Haitian Constitution

Lost White Tribes: The End of Privilege and the Last Colonials in Sri Lanka, Jamaica, Brazil, Haiti, Namibia, and Guadeloupe offers a glimpse into a world free of white privilege, where white people are sufficiently and correctly displaced of any … Continue reading

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#787. CrossFit

Crossfit is becoming the dominant fitness regimen for wealthy (and white) areas of the country. Created at the beginning of the 21stcentury, Crossfit emphasizes relatively short, high intensity “WOD’s” (Workout of the Day) centered around functional movements including body weight … Continue reading

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Al Capone’s Chicago was 95% White — Two Solutions to the Almost Exclusively Black Violence in Chicago

There is a solution to the violence gripping Chicago, which seems to be on the minds of many who are involved in Conservatism Inc. — well; it’s a two-part solution. Notice any trends that might explain rise of violence in … Continue reading

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Great Moments in Black History: The 1994 Beating in Detroit of Rosa Parks by Joseph Skipper – Netting the Latter $53

The Joseph Skipper incident in 1994 Detroit has been scrubbed from the history books… Perhaps it’s fate that civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks would have turned 100 years-old today, during the holiest-of-holy months in Black-Run America (BRA), Black History Month. … Continue reading

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The 11th Plague of Egypt Overwhelms Detroit and Chicago

<!–[if !mso]>st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } <![endif]–> Black migrants from the south borrowed Old Testament stories to describe their quest for freedom; 2013 Chicago and Detroit represent the culmination of this mythical march northward With news that the good Rev. Jesse Jackson has … Continue reading

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Black History in Chicago: The Lesson of Invasive Species in the Florida Everglades

Invasive Species Threaten the ecosystem of the Everglades — How does this Parallel Black History in Chicago and Detroit? I’ve been reading Sudhir Venkatesh’s recent book Gang Leader For a Day: A Rogue Sociologist Takes to the Streets. It’s the … Continue reading

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