Month: August 2016

Rules of Engagment: Reflections on Sister Korryn

August 3 | Episode 4 Diallo: a man of varied interest, Law Enforcement vs. Status Quo Maintenence, Jordan’s paltry donations, Asymmetric resistance & boycotts, Edward Wilmot Blyden: The father of Pan-Africanism, Obama owes us!, and Suggestions for “Good Cops”

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Demo-Crazy: US Politics & the Black Vote

August 1 | Episode 3 The Obama Family: Huxtables 2.0, White Pathology & Lollapalooza + Malia’s Twerk Attempt, and Plantation Politics vs. Empty Militancy.  

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They expend so much effort on criminalizing and dehumanizing US because helps to distract them from their own crimes and inhumanity. Diallo Kenyatta

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Do you think Bernie made a huge mistake with his “ghetto” comment and not doing more to reach black voters like HC is doing?

I know this response is  way late, but Bernie could never out Pander Heelary cuz the Clintons been pimping the Black votes since 1992. Bernie’s “ghetto” comment didn’t matter one way or another, the Black Democratic Drones wuz gon vote Heelary even if Jesus Christe himself come from on high and endorsed Bernie.  I think Bernie knew…

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What avenues can you recommend for the pan-africanist intersted in psychology and helping others heal from trauma on an individual and collective level? Thanks..

From a radical point of view, you want to go to the source of the trauma, not just target the symptoms of trauma.  The sources of our Trauma are the Systems & Institutions of Global White Domination and Capitalism. So, even if you are the best psychologist or psychotherapist for every African you heal the…

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#TeamPussy

I was called a “pussy” today (online). It has been a really long time since this has happened, like over a decade. I thought we were embracing the Black Feminist & Africanan Womanist call for men to stop using female anatomy, feminity, or womanhood as an insult or to demean other men.   I think…

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Serena and Venus Williams lose first-ever Olympic doubles match

Serena and Venus Williams lose first-ever Olympic doubles match The Ancestors have spoken!!! The Williams Sisters, and all other African Athletes need to heed my call to‪#‎BoycottRioOlympics‬. There are literally trotting through the Blood of our Ancestors and the misery of our African Brothers and Sisters in Brazil. Even if you can overlook the history…

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What should black parents and families do? What solutions are there?

Do about what?  Oppression? Poverty? Education? Health & Wellness?  That’s kind of a vague question.  There are solutions; but what problems are you asking about specifically? I’ll just give you 5, or so universal thinks I think every Black family in the US should do, or be doing. 1. Redefine what family is.  That whole…

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