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Radiation Experiments on Black Children

August 20, 20120 Comments

From Firedoglake.com By By: Jeff Kaye Wednesday May 25, 2011 7:56 pm “…and she told the other nurse, “Oh my God, I’ve given him too much!” —from “Hole in the Head: A Life Revealed” Greg Reese at Antelope Valley News has written about the early radiation experiments conducted in 1927 on black children at Lyles Station, Indiana. These […]

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White King, Red Rubber, Black Death

August 18, 20120 Comments

The Collected Malcolm X: http://malcolmxfiles.blogspot.com/ The Congo Free State was privately controlled by Leopold II, King of the Belgians through a non-governmental organization, the Association internationale africaine. Leopold was the sole shareholder and chairman, who increasingly used it for rubber, copper and other minerals in the upper Lualaba River basin (though it had been set […]

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Trayvon Martin, White Denial and the Unacceptable Burden of Blackness in America

August 18, 20121 Comment

By Tim Wise March 21. 2012 By now, you probably know the shameful details, but they are worth repeating, in any event. On the evening of February 26, George Zimmerman, a self-appointed “neighborhood watch captain” in an Orlando suburb, shot and killed 17-year old Trayvon Martin. Because Martin was black. And no, don’t even think […]

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Dr. Umar Abdullah Johnson “TRAYVON MARTIN AND WHITE VIGILANTE INJUSTICE”

August 16, 20120 Comments

Get out of America; go to Africa. Extermination of black people eminent- worldwide.  This is the goal of white supremacy, and always has been. Be aware of fabricated social disorder. The beginning is a little difficult to hear, but after 2-3 minutes, excellent audio. Radio program.

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LaVena Johnson’s murder

August 16, 20120 Comments

Demand investigation of Army’s cover-up of LaVena Johnson’s murder http://www.colorofchange.org/lavena/ LaVena Johnson was a 19 year old Private in the Army, serving in Iraq, when she was raped, murdered, and her body burned–by someone from her own military base. Despite overwhelming physical evidence, the Army suddenly called it a suicide and closed the case.1 For […]

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