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Atlantic Slave Trade During the Atlantic Slave Trade, Afrikans notably sold "a majority" of other captive Afrikans of neighboring ethnic groups . This (1) contributed to the exploitation of the "black" person, which has contributed significantly to modern-day racism and the racism, i.e. slavery and black genocide , that followed the Atlantic Slave ...
In 2012, a Jim Humble Verlag, a German American doctor??, and the local Red Cross in Uganda conducted a field study in Uganda, Africa of a supplement designed or coined to treat the Malaria disease. Their study of the solution, which they call Miracle Mineral Supplement (MMS), concluded that MMS was extremely affective in curing Malaria, or at leas...
  By Kijua Sanders-Mcmurtry Whenever I think of South Africa, I think of my father who was a staunch anti-apartheid activist and one of the most intelligent and well-read people I have ever known. His library included the works of Baraka, Lenin, Marx and Stalin. He had street credibility because he could run numbers with the best of them, he w...
By Eric Grajeda In the early centuries the n-word was used by people to epithet blacks into slavery. The n-word was part of racism in America which had no constitutional amendments for dark skinned people. Furthermore, the n-word was used exclusively by Europeans for demonetization purposes until the late 1960's. The controversies continued around ...
In the latter part of nineteenth century, social theories from Ida B. Wells-Barnett were forceful blows against the mainstream White male ideologies of her time. Ida Wells was born on July 16, 1862, in Holly Springs, Mississippi. It was the second year of the Civil War and she was born into a slave family. Her mother, Lizzie Warrenton, was a cook; ...
By Ramona Christine Sisterhood, "Women are enriched when we bond with one another, but we cannot develop sustaining ties or political solidarity using the model of Sisterhood created by bourgeois women's liberationists. According to their analysis, the basis for bonding was shared victimization, hence, the emphasis on common oppression." - Bell Hoo...
By Abbas Tajik Introduction Various dissatisfactions may result in protests in a community or a society. Religious, economical, societal and political concerns are amongst the most important factors which provoke different groups and classes to counter act against the status quo. In most of the time such displeasures end in some political gained gr...

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