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Health
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
The System of Racism and White Supremacy, Part 4

What about religion? Let's start by defining it. Religion is a strong belief backed up by action. The strongest religion on the planet is the religion of white supremacy. Someone might try to deny this but they should review the definition of religion again in order to understand the fact that white supremacy is a religion. It's a strong belief backed by action that has a god. What is the god of a white supremacist? They are their own gods.

Health
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
The System of Racism and White Supremacy, Part 5

White supremacy is a worldwide business and, like any other business, it works on profits and losses. White supremacists know the cost of doing white supremacy has gone up. They can no longer get away with showcasing Joe Louis and Lena Horne like they did years ago. They have to have millions of African people to showcase. This is one of the first elements used to cause maximum confusion of it's victims.

Health
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
The System of Racism and White Supremacy, Part 7

Black people are not members of a race and never have been, instead, we were told this untruth. By whom? The usual suspects, the white supremacists. They do the categorizing and they've categorized people in every way imaginable. best possible action to take and deciding on the best possible thing to say, in every instance.

Health
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
The System of Racism and White Supremacy, Part 1

The system of racism and white supremacy seems to be something many people in our post-Obama world can't help but deny. They wonder, "How can there be racism when we have a Black man as President of the United States?" The question appears valid. It's a question that's used to validate the notion that power and privilege were tossed aside as soon as President Obama was sworn into office.

Health
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
The System of Racism and White Supremacy, Part 6

The first most powerfully motivating force on the planet is the system of white supremacy itself. Sex is the second most powerfully motivating force on the planet among people when they're reasonably fed and even when they're half fed. People are thinking about sex, directly or indirectly, wherever they happen to be.

Health
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
The System of Racism and White Supremacy, Part 2

When people use the term racial integration today, it's difficult to understand it's meaning and it doesn't make sense because there's no way to integrate racism nor is there any way to segregate racism. It's a phrase whose origin is uncertain, as well, but they're a poor choice of words and words are very important.

Health
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
The System of Racism and White Supremacy, Part 3

It's my personal opinion that the majority of Black people should stay away from each other unless they are doing something constructive or productive in their interactions with each other. As victims of racism, the racists have filled their minds with poison. So, whenever they come into contact with each other the poison immediately begins to spread.

History
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
Emmett Till: Not In Vain

Emmett Till was a 14 year old young man accused of flirting with a Mississippi white woman and was brutally murdered for this alleged "indiscretion". His killers were racists white men conditioned to believe every African person living in America are sub-human and worthy of ill-treatment. This attitude was pervasive throughout the U.S., reached a crescendo in 1955, and was indicative of the mindset of most white Americans and their stooges across the country.

History
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
Lady Sarah Forbes Bonetta: England's African Princess

The true story of Lady Sarah Forbes Bonetta, England's African Princess, is a fascinating one. Rescued from certain death, she is transported to England where she thrives under the protective wing of Queen Victoria. The Princesses regal manner helped her gain the favored attention of the royal court. She was popular, she had few enemies, she was celebrated wherever she went, and she enjoyed a life of unusual privilege in her adopted homeland.

History
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
Chica Da Silva: Queen of Diamonds

Every nation, I believe, has someone who rises from the ashes, overcomes tremendous odds, and gains the strength of character to reach dizzying heights of success. It's well known that the majority of Africans forced into bondage, and their descendants, experienced severe economic and social limitations that continues to linger to this day. But there were a few of the enslaved who were allowed access to resources and tools they used to pull themselves out of miserable conditions. Brazil produced one of these amazing people.

History
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
Queen Yaa Asantewaa I and the Golden Stool of Asante

Once upon a time there lived a brave warrior woman of the Ashanti Empire in West Africa, Queen Nana Yaa Asantewaa I. Appointed as Queen Mother of Ejisu by her brother, King Nana Akwasi Afrane Okpesi, this 60 year old grandmother became Commander-in-Chief of the Asante army who fought in the sixth and final war against British colonialists. Her fight consisted not only of the freedom of the Ashanti people from European invaders, but for the very essence and personification of their people past, present, and future: the Golden Stool. This is her true story.

Entertainment
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
5 years ago
First Lady Michelle Obama: A Class Act

President Barack Obama may have been named Time's 2012 Person of the Year, but First Lady Michelle Obama is my Person of the Decade. As someone who hadn't experienced living in the national spotlight before her husband's meteoric rise to the highest office in the land, it seems she's taken to her mantle as role model to millions of women and girls effortlessly and with ease. As one voter put it, "she reminds me of a regular woman who won the lottery."

History
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
Dr. John Henrik Clarke: An Epic Biography, Part 7

he beginning of the Black Power Movement was also the Black and Beautiful Movement that was launched into second gear. Dr. Clarke would have liked to think that wearing the Afro and wearing the African clothing was a move toward Africa.

History
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
Dr. John Henrik Clarke: An Epic Biography, Part 1

Historian and scholar, Dr. John Henrik Clarke, is considered a courageous activist, a hero, and a legend. For over fifty years he dedicated his life to the intellectual and spiritual liberation of African people in their native homeland and across the Diaspora.

History
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
Dr. John Henrik Clarke: An Epic Biography, Part 3

Dr. Clarke was drafted into the army on September 1941. He considered himself one of the best clerks and one of the worst soldiers the army ever had. He couldn't shoot, he didn't like the hot sun, he didn't like to go on those all night trips, but he was a wizard at administration.

History
by Sofiyah Sa'ad
6 years ago
William Wells Brown: A Literary Genius

William Wells Brown distinguished himself as the first African American novelist. As a prolific writer, playwright, and historian, he pioneered several literary styles such as travel writing, fiction, and drama. A passionate abolitionist, he was instrumental in helping to reform the institution of slavery in America. Being born into slavery in the Southern United States and escaping from this brutality 20 years later, gave him the impetus and insight to assist others to escape their bondage in like manner.

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