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Citizen of the world, Vertamae Smart-Grosvenor changed the way we talk about women, race and food. | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. Make a contribution today!
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WE are an Imperialist nation. The world is our prey!
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"*With Liberty and Dividends For All*, Peter Barnes argues for a system of dividends to all Americans for our co-owned national wealth. Because corporations have used our resources -- research, infrastructure, environment, educational and legal systems -- to develop technologies that are gradually reducing the need for human involvement, and because all of us have contributed to our national productivity, either directly or through our parents and grandparents, we all deserve to benefit."
There are many reasons that corporations owe this nation a great debt.
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Nigerian-American writer, director and photographer Iquo Essien shares 15 photos from the 2015 FESPACO film festival in Burkina Faso.
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Andrea Lewis is raising funds for Andrea Lewis presents Jungle Wild Productions on Kickstarter! Help a group of content creators who are destined to produce entertaining content that showcases women and people of color.
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Pras had the right idea, but he wasted his money on the Democratic party. He should have been helping to build a real advocacy organization of Black Men instead of a democratic party front organization. THE DEMOCRATS/REPUBLICANS DON'T MEAN US ANY GOOD. PERIOD! This is still an Imperialistic country and taking people's shit violently is what it does regularly. Hello Haiti! where the USA has run democracy out of town!
It was less than a month before the 2012 election when a spokesman for Black Men Vote, a political group backed by hip-hop musicians including Common and Pras Michel, publicly announced: “I want a $500,000 donor.” Three days later, his wish was all but granted. That’s when a cool $400,000 landed in the...
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Doesn't matter who is sitting in the Oval Office, the USA is an imperialist country, which means we take other people's shit by force and violence..
_ "the most-censored news story of 2014 in America was Obama’s coup and U.S.-supported ethnic-cleansing in Ukraine. Links were provided there to videos of the U.S.-backed massacre in the Trade Unions Building in Odessa on 2 May 2014, and the following ethnic cleansing in the Donbass region. However, the U.S. even sponsors firebombings of Donbass in order to get rid of the residents there, and our ‘media watchdogs’ are even silent about the ’news’ being silent about that. And, here is a good video of America’s Ukrainian coup, which overthrew Yanukovych"_
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"Locating the legacy of Rhodes, therefore, must happen within the context of contemporary apartheid South Africa and how the ANC fucked black people over when it did not take back Azania and our land. If the ANC had not sold out during the negotiated settlement by excluding other political parties and leaving the economy in the hands of white capitalists, we would never be having this conversation about institutional and structural racism..."
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CulturalGrassroots.com Funding The World We Want to See!
Another African head of state calls for Black folks to end our Terminal Dependency, and develop an Infrastructure of Self-Sufficiency that allows us to compete effectively.
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"The distorted belief that wealthy individuals and corporations are job creators has led to sizeable business subsidies and tax breaks. The biggest giveaway is often overlooked: corporations use our nation's plentiful resources, largely at no cost, to build their profits."
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