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  Link   The Sociology of Social Inequality
Social inequality is organized by hierarchies of class, race, and gender that unequally distributes access to resources and rights, manifested in income and wealth inequality, unequal access to education and cultural resources, etc.
  Link   Relevant Community Issues of Today
The black community now collectively faces a series of problems, each related to the others, each compounding one another, and we must face them all together. We as a nation cannot ignore any of them.
  Link   The State of Black Children in America
Of the 73.7 million children in the United States in 2012, 10.2 million —14 percent — were Black, while 38.9 million — 53 percent — were White and 17.6 million — 24 percent — were Hispanic. The number of Black children has been holding steady over th
  Link   Community Organizating Model
Rather than bring people together simply based on common issues, our broad-based organizing model makes values and relationships the glue that holds us together.
  Link   It’s Time For The Black Community To Push Hard
SOMETHING IS SERIOUSLY WRONG WITH THE BLACK COMMUNITY! I liken our condition to a house that is on fire (our community). The irony is that the hose, loaded with water (organized movement), is right next to the house but no one IS picking up the hose
  Link   Being A Lawyer in Japan (Black in Japan)
Attorney-at-Law, Annette Eddie-Callagain. She has practiced law in Japan for over twenty five years. She is licensed to practice law in both the U.S. and Japan. She also lectures at the University of RyuKyu Law School in Okinawa.
  Link   The Debate Between W.E.B. Du Bois and Booker T. Washington
Two great leaders of the black community in the late 19th and 20th century were W.E.B. Du Bois and Booker T. Washington. However, they sharply disagreed on strategies for black social and economic progress.
  Link   Panafricanism - Thomas Wakiaga
His TEDx talk will be on Panafricanism. He was inspired by all the history and research on the topic and where he lives. Thomas is 18 years old and is in his final year at Brookhouse School. Some of his hobbies include basketball and rugby.
  Link   Pan Afrikanism and the New World Order - Kwame Ture (Stokely Carmichael)
  Link   A Crisis in Black Leadership? : Let Us Call a Spade a Spade
What exceptional effort have we under taken, lately, to empower Black people and to resist the forces of oppression that operate in our lives and our future? Here is another chance to grade ourselves, even if we choose to do so silently… for the mom
  Link   Racism: Structural Racism in Society
The complex system by which racism is developed, maintained and protected is often referred to as structural racism. Racism in our societies is a system, with a clear structure, and with multiple components
  Link   African Diaspora1
African Union (AU) defines the African diaspora as consisting: "of people of native African origin living outside the continent, irrespective of their citizenship and nationality and who are willing to contribute to the development of the continent a
  Link   Immigration Statistics: Top Five Countries Undergoing Massive Demographic Shifts
People who feel they are being silenced may sometimes turn to violence to make their point heard. Therefore the best way to avoid these tragedies is to give everyone a fair hearing. The best way to defeat an ideology is not to censor it, but to ratio
  Link   DR. AMOS N. WILSON - State of the Black Race
We are no closer to enjoying the benefits of full citizenship than we were a half a century ago. Collectively, we as a people are further removed from the security of the political, economic and civil rights gains that we were fighting for in the 60’
  Link   RAHIM ISLAM - Where Will the Help Come from to Help the Black Community
Many of us romanticize about these great leaders, but very few are prepared to “live” up to what these people represented. These great leaders made tremendous sacrifices to maintain the struggle, and advance the liberation of Black people.
  Link   RAHIM ISLAM - Where Will the Help Come From to Help the Black Community … Pt 2
Our power is in our unity and today the Black community is extremely divided, if not in spirit, most definitely in purpose.
  Link   We Must Break the Cycle of Disunity and Defend the Black Community – Part 1
The Black community is a “body” without a “head.” The Black community is not a monolithic group and hundreds of people represent the community. However, having hundreds of leaders without centralized and strategic representation is no leadership at a
  Link   We Must Break the Cycle of Disunity and Defend the Black Community – Part 2
If you make a man feel that he is inferior, you do not have to compel him to accept an inferior status, for he will seek it himself. If you make a man think that he is justly an outcast, you do not have to order him to the back door.
  Link   Dr Amos Wilson The Crisis of Black Leadership
Black leaders as more than just elected officials. Black leaders includes those individuals who hold a position that serves the needs of the Black community (i.e. elected, appointed, business, non-profit, civic, public sector, religious, etc.).
  Link   RAHIM ISLAM - Message To The Community Part 1
Rahim Islam Convener for The Philadelphia Community Of leaders and Milwaukee Community Of Leaders addresses the people about issues in the black community.
  Link   RAHIM ISLAM - Message To The Community Part 2
Rahim Islam Convener for The Philadelphia Community Of leaders and Milwaukee Community Of Leaders addresses the people about issues in the black community.
  Link   RAHIM ISLAM - MESSAGE TO BLACK MAN; We Must Do For Self: Part I
In order to do for self, we must think for ourselves. We must liberate (free) our minds and ultimately we will liberate (free) ourselves. We must adopt “Black Race First.”
  Link   RAHIM ISLAM - MESSAGE TO BLACK MAN: We Must Do For Self: Part II
Marcus Garvey looked at the Black man: degraded, dehumanized and debased as Africa lay prostrate resulting from the slave trade and rampant European imperialism and colonialism, at the turn of the 20th Century.
  Link   Building “Community” Within Your Community
Community spirit means pride in a community. Building community spirit creates an emotional equity allowing residents to have an invested interest in their community.
  Link   African diaspora
The African diaspora consists of the worldwide collection of communities descended from Africa's peoples. The Atlantic slave trade between the 16th and 19th centuries, with their largest populations in Brazil, the United States and Haiti.
The fact that Black people can, and have, mastered every endeavor that has been seriously sought is proof that intelligence is not the purview of the dominant white global culture.
  Link   The Black Community Must Organize and Protest
Black men are targeted in so many ways and this can’t be some accident. Of all of the arrows aimed at Black men, there is none bigger than mass incarceration and police killings of unarmed Black men.
  Link   MESSAGE TO BLACK COMMUNITY: Are You Contributing to the Self Determination or Self Destruction of Black People?
our community is experiencing alarming disparities (i.e. 20 – 50 point differentials) when acceptable disparities should be 3-5%. Complicating our condition, the disparities are not just in one area – our families are impacted by multiple risk factor
  Link   What Black Folks Need Now
At a meeting in Washington, DC a few weeks back some of the best minds in black America gathered, at which I was invited to attend. Inspiring as it was, what dismayed me was all the talk about how President Obama “needed to become a black president,”
  Link   Black Community / Black America
The Black Community is Black America. Members of Black America are citizens of the United States of America. Also they are citizens of the states, counties, cities and municipalities in which they reside. The Black Community is a concept that goes fa
  Link   The Black Community is at a Crossroads… Part 3
Our community is at a serious and unprecedented crossroads in America and to change the negative trajectory currently in place for future Black children – WE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING THAT WE HAVEN’T BEEN ABLE TO DO FOR SOME TIME (COME TOGETHER).
  Link   What is the difference between a society and a community?
Community is something whose size is limited by the ability of people to interact with one another on a personal basis.
  Link   Message to Black Community and the Black Leadership: We Need A Paradigm Shift Spiritually – We Need A Black Liberation Theology
This is not an attack against any one religion. Blacks suffer from a society of white supremacy and Black inferiority and no religious thought has been able to free us from the group paralysis.
  Link   It Is All Functional Unity – It Is All About Organizing
If we are to achieve what we want, we have to earn it, taking one step at a time.We cannot skip through the process. Earning it will require that we do something we have not been able to master and that is working together through functional unity
  Link   MESSAGE TO BLACK COMMUNITY: We Must Move Past Our Paralyzed Emotional State to a State of Intellectual Action
True leadership is when we are looking at our issues with the highest level of intellect and not with our heart and emotions. Real leadership requires that we do not accept today’s reality without doing what is needed to change tomorrow (you are alwa
  Link   What Is A Black Nationalist?
Black nationalism is a type of political thought in the United States that seeks to promote, develop and maintain a black race identity for people of black ancestry.
  Link   Black Gold Ambassadors: The Critical Piece to EVERYTHING!!!
  Link   REBUILDING Black Communities...Laying the Groundwork!!!
  Link   6 issues the Black community needs to be looking out for this election
  Link   "Utilizing Our Elders: The Black Gold Leadership Council"
  Link   All-African People's Revolutionary Party
an-Africanism: The Total Liberation and Unification of Africa Under Scientific Socialism. The total liberation and unification of Africa under an All-African Socialist Government must be the primary objective of all Black revolutionaries throughout t
  Link   An Afrikan Revolution - Dr. John Henrik Clarke


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