Category Archives: Civil Rights

Marching Forward-By Brenda-Ms. Martin, If You’re Nasty!

The recent Women’s March on Washington  (Left Photo) – which included men, women and children- was categorized by some as, “one of the largest and most significant demonstrations for social justice in America’s 240-year history.”   Taking It to the Streets … Continue reading

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Innocent or Guilty of Killing Police?

The Mumia Abu-Jamal- Controversy Journalist Abu-Jamal had been a target of CoIntelPro. In 1980, at the age of 26, Mumia was elected president of the Philadelphia chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists. The following year, he was named one … Continue reading

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Veterans of “armed forces” for Equality

While we remember our veterans for whom we are deeply grateful, let us also take time to appreciate those “veterans of the city wars” fought for peace and freedom.  In addition to those fighting in the U. S. Armed Forces, … Continue reading

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Today’s Relevance of Angela Davis

Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate Entertainment, is releasing a new movie about the revolutionary,  Angela Davis, on April 5th!  Black Bloggers Connect touts Free Angela as “a must see documentary! A candid and powerful account of the tumultuous times and … Continue reading

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