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Choose your side, there’s no in-between’ — Professor Eddie Glaude Jr. breaks down the troubling history of white mob violence in the U.S.
Eddie S. Glaude Jr. (born 1968) is an American academic. He is the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University, where he is also the Chair of the Center for African American Studies and the Chair of the Department of African American Studies. He is the author of the 2020 book Begin Again,…Continue
The Second Great Migration
ATLANTA — A year ago this week, I packed some bags and left New York City for Atlanta.
I’d lived in New York for 26 years. The city made me feel awake and alive — buildings tickling the sky, trains snaking underfoot. There was a seductive muscularity to the city, a feeling of riding the razor between your destiny and your demise.
Dear Black People
Come be restored and rejuvenated at a time when many are feeling sad, tense and scared on the eve of Georgia’s special election. Join us as we affirm our shared humanity and strengthen our commitment to each other and our democracy.
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Georgia Muslims Have A Voice Through Voting
By Imam Nadim Sulaiman Ali 12/24/2020
"Whosoever of you sees an evil action, let him change it with his hand; and if…Continue
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The law requires insurance companies and schools to conceal vaccinations from parents.
The Council of the District of Columbia City on Tuesday passed the dangerous and predatory bill B23-0171 by a vote of 10 to three.
This law will permit children 11 years old and older to consent to vaccines on their own without parental knowledge or consent. And it sets up these young children to be targets of bullying and coercion to be…Continue
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It is critical that the Black left understand U.S./European imperialism as a race project, and organize accordingly.
“The Black internationalist stance must be seen as fundamental to our movement building work.”
The ascendancy of neoliberal forces to the executive branch of the U.S. state represents a development that potentially will be even a more dangerous period of aggression from the U.S.…Continue
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From The Spiritual Edge, this is the story of how Malcolm X inspired an outspoken Christian girl from Alabama, and how she went on to inspire a national campaign and a fatwa — a religious legal opinion — aimed at persuading the men who control America’s mosques to share space and power. …Continue
A WAXING CRESCENT IN THE NIGHT SKY: THE WASHINGTON BRANCH OF THE ISLAMIC PARTY IN NORTH AMERICA, 1969-1980.
Dr. Youssef J. Carter
THE FOUNDATION OF THE RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL IDENTITY OF THE ISLAMIC…Continue
Urgent MANA Recharge 2020
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Mitch McConnell and his favorite Republican dark money groups have raked in $95 MILLION since…Continue
The leader of an anti-government white supremacist militia group and former sheriff's deputy has been convicted of hate crime charges after a pipe bomb attack on a Minnesota mosque in…
Naomi Osaka had two missions during the 2020 US Open and she accomplished them both. She wanted to win the title, and she wanted to get people to start talking.
Osaka came to New York with seven different masks, each one bearing the name of a Black person who was killed as a result of police brutality. For her bravery, as well as her exceptional play, Osaka …Continue
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Born in Georgia, E’Jaaz Abdulkabir moved to the Virgin Islands at the age of 9. “Living in St. Croix was like living in a small town – surrounded by water,” said Abdulkabir. Her father was a physician. In fact, he was the attending physician during her birth and delivered her at home. For Abdulkabir, nursing was familiar and comfortable; and home births normal. After earning her Associate’s degree in nursing from the University of Virgin Islands, she…Continue