http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3u_bEGDs-s The Drum went undercover with Earl Ingram 5 years ago to see what a gun show was all about. The majority of Black People in Milwaukee have not been to a gun show and fortunately, we were able to... Continue Reading →
Starting today, the Milwaukee Municipal Court will be holding special walk-in sessions to lift outstanding warrants on the first three Wednesdays of this month. There are more than 100,000 outstanding municipal warrants in the City of Milwaukee, Alderman Khalif Rainey... Continue Reading →
Milwaukee Writers’ Circle holding book launch breakfast with authors Event will showcase anthology book written by seventeen authors, meant to promote the cultures and traditions of Milwaukee Milwaukee, WI: Today, The Milwaukee Writers’ Circle, a community of experienced and... Continue Reading →
Six years ago, Milwaukee was hit by what one can only describe as an explosion in the form of a fearless Black Man from Philadelphia, PA residing in Atlanta, GA. His name is Frederick Alexander Meade. He is a renowed writer, educator, philosopher... Continue Reading →
I stand corrected, the "Movie Birth of A Nation," by Actor and Director Nate Parker, It is not "just another slave movie." Though I, personally remain critical of the title because it tags and reminds the present racist White society of... Continue Reading →
Black History Check…Has the #blacklivesmatter movement “usurped” the Black Liberation Movement? I believe so what are your thoughts Black America?
Furthermore, taking talking points from black lives matter movement officially recognized website – http://blacklivesmatter.com/herstory/ – reveals the movement co-founders are three “admittedly,” Queer (by their definition) Black women, Alicia Garza, Opal Tometi, and Patrisse Cullors. The three women shared motivations are outlined to established power and influence in the Feminist / Gay / Transgender communities (new millennium social movements) which have successfully gained power and influence in all, American social institutions.
Black Americans, are we to believe three powerless Black women transformed the 461 years Black American Liberation Experiences and Struggles without the support and input from a source outside of the Black American community, if so, Why isn’t that source mention in their manifesto, nor anywhere else on the official black lives matter movement website?
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