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Vantage Point: Who Killed Malcolm X?, Coronavirus Crisis, State of the Black World Rally

By Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

Vantage Point Radio Recorded March 16, 2020 — On this edition of Vantage Point, host Dr. Ron Daniels aka The Professor talks with guests Herb Boyd, Imam Talib-Abdur-Rashid and callers. Topics Who Killed Malcolm X? Mayor Baraka’s Virtual Town Hall Meeting on Coronavirus Crisis Report Back from State of the Black World Rally Guests Herb Boyd, Author, Political Commentator, Harlem, NY Imam Talib-Abdur-Rashid, Mosque of the Islamic Brotherhood, Harlem, NY…

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2020 The Year of Garvey, IBW Rally to mobilize for SOBWC V

Press Release: 2020 The Year of Garvey, IBW Rally to mobilize for SOBWC V

By News & Current Affairs, Press Releases / Statements, SOBWC Posts

March 2, 2020, New York — Dr. Ron Daniels, President of the Institute of the Black World 21st Century (IBW, IBW21) announced today that the organization will hold a Rally, Saturday, March 7th, 2:00 PM at the historic House of the Lord Church, 415 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, NY to mount a major campaign to mobilize support for State of the Black World Conference V (SOBWC V) tentatively scheduled for Newark, NJ, December 2nd – 6th

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Water is a human right

U.S. Civil Rights and Human Rights Groups Say Water is a Human Right

By News & Current Affairs, PAUD Posts, Press Releases / Statements

U.S. Civil Rights and Human Rights Groups Say Water is a Human Right — Express Solidarity with Struggle for Water Rights in Nigeria. February, 10, 2020, New York — The Institute of the Black World 21st Century (IBW) released a Statement today calling for a national and international movement to declare access to water a human right that should not be subject to profiteering by corporate interests. The Statement was released against the…

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artin Luther King Jr. stayed in the back bedroom of this house

N.J. historic preservation officials insult the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

By Commentaries/Opinions

N.J.’s refusal to list the Camden home where MLK plotted his first protest on the state’s Register of Historic Places insults the civil rights leader’s legacy. By Linn Washington Jr., — A significant “first” usually merits the designation of historic. For example, the first formal protest against racial discrimination by civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in June 1950 — an action that produced King’s first lawsuit…

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Vantage Point: State of Newark, NJ Report – Year of Marcus Mosiah Garvey

By Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

Vantage Point Radio February 3, 2020 — On this WBAI pledge drive edition of Vantage Point, host Dr. Ron Daniels aka The Professor talks with guests Shoshanna Page, Dr. Julius Garvey and callers. Topics Premier State of Newark, NJ Report The Year of the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey Guests Shoshanna Page, Senior Policy Adviser and Communications Strategist for Mayor Ras J. Baraka, Newark, NJ Dr. Julius Garvey, Retired Surgeon, Humanitarian,…

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Still on This Journey: The Vision and Mission Dr. Ron Daniels

Book Signing and Conversation with Dr. Ron Daniels – January 9th, Newark, NJ

By Events

Still on This Journey: The Vision and Mission Dr. Ron Daniels Date/Time: Thursday, January 9, 2020 – 7:00 PM Sharp. Location: Abyssinian Baptist Church 224 West Kinney Street, Newark, NJ 07112. Doors Open at 6:30 PM Hosted by: “Senator” Chairman Larry Hamm and POP Co-Hosted by: Dr. Leonard Jeffries, Dr. Monique Swift and Sister Barbara King Books Available Books will be available for purchase at the book signing event: $30.00…

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New Jersey Democrats Consider Slavery Reparations

New Jersey Democrats Consider Slavery Reparations

By Editors' Choice, Reparations

By Shore News Network — “New Jersey Reparations Task Force.” The task force would conduct research and develop proposals and recommendations to address the generational harms caused by the state’s role in the institution of slavery and its legacy of systemic racial discrimination. “The existence and history of slavery in the United States is the greatest evil our country ever committed. The continuation of systemic and institutional racism spanning from…

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New Jersey considers task force to look into reparations for slavery

New Jersey considers task force to look into reparations for slavery

By News & Current Affairs, Reparations

By News12, New Jersey — New Jersey’s African American lawmakers want to start studying how the state could make reparations for slavery. The New Jersey Legislative Black Caucus introduced a bill Thursday that would establish a Reparations Task Force. The task force would investigate the lingering effects of slavery and the role of state government. “The great national stain of this country’s history is this conversation around slavery. And the…

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Stop Racism Now

A Racist Attack Shows How Whiteness Evolves

By Commentaries/Opinions

An assault at a New Jersey high school football game had an unexpected cast of characters. By Nell Irvin Painter — Two 17-year-old boys accused of harassing four African-American middle schoolgirls — using racial slurs and urinating on one of the victims — are facing charges including bias intimidation and lewdness. The incident, which took place during an Oct. 18 high school football game in the New Jersey suburb of Lawrence Township and was partly captured…

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Princeton Theological Seminary.

$27M for slavery reparations ‘not enough,’ Princeton seminary students say. They want $120M more.

By Reparations

By Kelly Heyboer — Princeton Theological Seminary pledged last week to use $27.6 million of its endowment to pay reparations for the school’s historic ties to slavery, believed to be the largest amount ever paid by a school to atone for benefiting from the slave trade. The school’s black student association says it’s “a great start, but not enough.” The Association of Black Seminarians at Princeton Theological Seminary — a student…

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Princeton Theological Seminary.

Princeton Theological Seminary approves reparations

By News & Current Affairs, Reparations

By Omar Farah, The Daily Princetonian — On Oct. 18, Princeton Theological Seminary announced its plans to finance reparations, making it the second theological institution in the nation, after Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, Va., to do so. The decision, unanimously approved by the Seminary’s trustees, comes as an official response to a historical audit, commissioned in 2016, which examined the Seminary’s historical participation in the institutions of American slavery. Since the report…

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The Water Crisis in Newark: Creating a Safe, Just and Sustainable City — With Mayor Ras J. Baraka

By Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

A Special Edition of Vantage Point Recorded August 26th, 2019 Topic/Focus The Water Crisis in Newark: Creating a Safe, Just and Sustainable City Host Dr. Ron Daniels aka The Professor  Special Guests Mayor Ras J. Baraka Newark, New Jersey And Commentary By Dr. Ron Daniels aka The Professor Ways to listen Live (Radio) — Mondays 4-5PM on WBAI, 99.5FM, Pacifica Network, New York Livestream (Online) — Click Here Mondays 4PM-5PM…

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