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Commentary, Articles and Essays by Dr. Julianne Malveaux

A Very Bad Day

By Dr. Julianne Malveaux

By Julianne Malveaux —  I have bad days, even very bad days, as we all do. Example. I woke up late on a day when I had an 8 am meeting. Most days, I’m up before 6, but this day I just blew it. So I’m in a rush, and the new pair of pantyhose runs at the touch of my unmanicured nail. Gotta find a new pair. Go out…

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Stay home on inauguration day

N’COBRA issues strategic call to reparations supporters to comply with public emergency orders “Stay home on inauguration day”

By News & Current Affairs, Reparations

National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America is the premier mass-based coalition organized for the sole purpose of obtaining full reparations for Descendants of Africans Enslaved in the United States. Since 1987 we have been the primary grassroots vehicle behind legislation  (HR40 and the more recent Senate Companion Bill) for Reparations for African Americans. On January 20th this nation will inaugurate its new President and Vice President of the…

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Commentary, Articles and Essays by Dr. Julianne Malveaux

Was the insurrection an inside job?

By Dr. Julianne Malveaux

By Dr. Julianne Malveaux — If you watched the disgraceful invasion of the United States Capitol and the horrific destruction that took place on January 6, you observed a legion of limited-intelligence low-life louts. But you’d be mistaken if that’s all you thought of the Trump-incited mob. Those people could not have infiltrated the Capitol without the help of some “law enforcement” officers in the Capitol. Somebody had to open…

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Reviving the War on Drugs Will Further Damage Police-Community Relations

Protecting the White Code: Police Unions Silence is Deafening on the Assault on the Capitol Building

By Commentaries/Opinions

By Damon K. Jones— What the world witnessed at the Capitol Building was a total disregard of the law that cannot be classified as any less than Domestic Terrorism. Wednesday’s Domestic Terrorist acts have caused one police officer to lose his life and dozens more were injured. The silence of police unions across the country is deafening on the use of force at the Capitol Building, the blatant disregard of the law,…

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The Professor on the Soap Box: Trumpism and the White Nationalist Assault on Democracy

By News & Current Affairs, Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

In this “Soap Box” segment of the January 11, 2021 episode of Vantage Point, host Dr. Ron Daniels aka “The Professor” sounds off about Trumpism and the White Nationalist Assault on Democracy. Later in the show Dr. Ron Daniels is joined by an eyewitness to the insurrection, Congressman Gregory Meeks. Also Read Hypocrisy Taints Republican Reaction to Bigotry Vantage Point article by Dr. Ron Daniels (Originally Published August 2017) —…

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Vantage Point: Trumpism and the White Nationalist Assault on Democracy

By News & Current Affairs, Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

Vantage Point January 11, 2021 — On this edition of Vantage Point, host Dr. Ron Daniels aka The Professor talks with special guest Congressman Gregory Meeks. Topic Trumpism and the White Nationalist Assault on Democracy With An Eyewitness to the Insurrection Special Guest Congressman Gregory Meeks, (D), Chairman, House Foreign Relations Committee, Jamaica NY Plus “The Professor” Dr. Ron Daniels on the Soap Box (Video Below) Trumpism and the White…

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Commentary, Articles and Essays by Dr. Ron Daniels

Hypocrisy Taints Republican Reaction to Bigotry

By Vantage Point Articles

Condemning the Message but Not the Messenger. Hypocrisy Taints Republican Reaction to Bigotry. A Recurring Theme in America’s History. (Editor’s Note: This article was originally published August 22, 2017 and is being republished today because of its relevance to current events. Find this and other Vantage Point articles in Dr. Ron Daniels book “Still on the Journey”.) The vicious assault on counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia by…

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A mob of white men posing in front of the office of the black-owned Daily Record newspaper after burning it down, Wilmington, North Carolina, November 10, 1898

An American Pogrom: The 1898 massacre of Black voters in Wilmington, North Carolina

By Editors' Choice

Uncovering the truth about the 1898 massacre of black voters in Wilmington, North Carolina. By David W. Blight — Political violence, especially around elections, has a long history in the United States. In the antebellum era, white nativist Protestants often rioted against Catholic immigrants because of the perceived threat of Irish voters and their “popery.” In the New York City draft riots of 1863, white mobs murdered African-Americans over conscription…

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The New Orleans Massacre

Voter Suppression and Racial Terrorism, the Twin Pillars of White Supremacy

By Editors' Choice

By Ben Railton — Despite such racial terrorism, African Americans continued to exercise their Constitutional right and active patriotic goal of voting, and were consistently met with extensive suppression and violence. On November 3, 1874, African-American voters at the polls in Eufaula and Spring Hill, towns in Alabama’s Barbour County, were attacked by members of the widespread white supremacist organization The White League; seven African Americans were killed and another 70 wounded. The Barbour…

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How the Black Codes Limited African American Progress After the Civil War

How the Black Codes Limited African American Progress After the Civil War

By Reparations

The black codes effectively continued enslavement for African Americans by restricting their rights and exploiting their labor. By Nadra Kareem Nittle — When slavery ended in the United States, freedom still eluded African Americans who were contending with the repressive set of laws known as the black codes. Widely enacted throughout the South following the Civil War—a period called Reconstruction—these laws both limited the rights of Black people and exploited them as a…

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“Wilmington on Fire” panelists discuss white supremacy, reparations, and why your vote matters

“Wilmington on Fire” panelists discuss white supremacy, reparations, and why your vote matters

By Reparations

The conversation spans the width of various touchy topics—the 1898 Coup’s lingering debt, the “trend” of the Black Lives Matter movement, the responsibility of white people—and each panelist offers their thoughtful responses, bolstered by their years of research and experience. By Cierra Noffke, UNCW — On the evening of September 15, a virtual crowd gathered around monitors or cell phones to listen to a group of activists answer questions inspired by…

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Commentary, Articles and Essays by Dr. Maulana Karenga

“Recognizing Aurora as America Unmasked: No Exemption, Even For Our Children”

By Dr. Maulana Karenga

By Dr. Maulana Karenga — As the pandemic of COVID-19 continues to ravage our community and the country, the pandemic of the pathology of racist oppression continues to claim its victims among us also. And this is not only because of the inequalities in our life conditions, health access, working needs and circumstances, and other structural disadvantages, but also because Black people and other people of color remain targets of…

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