Category Archives: Youth

Youth

A Racially Biased Prosecutor – A Secret Grand Jury in Ferguson, Missouri – No Justice, No Peace!

Economic Policty Institute researchers have released a comprehensive new report that shows that black and… http://www.blackenterprise.com/education/segregated-schools-stifling-students-of-color/

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Lumumba on Education

The United States Military Academy at West Point is looking into whether 16 black female cadets violated rules against political expression by taking a photo in uniform with their fists in the air, an academy official told the Army Times. The photo features the women, all of whom are on the verge of completing their final year, posing in front of the campus’ oldest barracks building in dress uniforms. Photos like this are apparently common at West Point as an homage to old-fashioned military

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Evolution of Michael Jackson – Hypnotizing – Watch Again And Again And Again

A leadership mantra serves as a declaration of your values and beliefs. My leadership mantra is encapsulated in two simple phrases: Lead Change and Make a Difference. As an educator, I share my motivation with my students and challenge them to develop their own mantra. I had the honor and privilege of serving as a guest facilitator at the World Academy for the Future of Women (“WAFW”) where I aided my students in cultivating their leadership skills. The purpose of WAFW is to promote and
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1960S BLACK STUDENT MOVEMENT: SNCC – ‘THE SIT-IN’

Ex-Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin on the Execution of Troy Davis

In five short months, Loehmann was deemed “emotionally unstable” and unfit for service as a… More…
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Michael Brown’s Funeral Eulogy by Al Sharpton

The explosion of the Black Travel Movement in recent years has meant that more brothers and sisters are discovering foreign lands than ever before. But with this increased global mobility comes the question: “How will my skin colour be perceived abroad, especially in places where there are very few people who look like me?” As a travel blogger and serial expat, my inbox is often flooded with anxious queries from would-be black jetsetters. While they are curious about the world around them,
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