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Saturday, March 23, 2013

Sequestrate To Free 1.3 million Blacks From Prison

‘Out of One State that Stopped and Frisked’ 684,330 People in 2011;
Only 12 Percent Were Actually Charged 

Known as the, US of American African
 Bully Syndrome, 
practiced by white racists. 

This unchallenged violence allows a racist social system to perpetuate itself. When people say that they are opposed to Negroes “resorting to violence” what they really mean is that they are opposed to Negroes defending themselves and challenging the exclusive monopoly of violence practiced by white racists. (Williams, 1962)

the ancestry of people of the

majority ethnic background in US (greatest in number to least in number):

1.  German
2.  AfricanAmerican
3.  Irish
4.  English
5.  Norwegian Dutch
6.  Finnish
7.  Mexican
8.  SpanishAmerican
9.  Puerto Rican
10.  Native 
11.  Few immigrants came
directly from France. French,
French-Canadian and Acadian
ancestries are overlapping,

 It is unconscionable to imprison black youth                     at a higher rate than other youth.






                                     Based on average costs for various
                                     components of the criminal justice
                                     system, the cost of criminal justice
                                     control for these 827,440 males cost
                                     taxpayers $6 billion a year.






 It is 
unconscionable to imprison Black youth

at a higher rate than other youth.

Attesting to the gravity of the crisis
facing the African American community
32.2% of young blackmen in the age group 20-
29 is under criminal justice supervision on any
given day -- in prison or jail, on probation or
parole.
• The cost of criminal justice control for these
827,440 young African American males is
about $6 billion a year.
• in recent years, African American women
have experienced the greatest increase in
criminal justice supervision of all demographic
groups, with their rate of criminal justice
supervision rising by 78% from 1989-94.
• Drug policies constitute the single most
significant factor contributing to the rise in
criminal justice populations in recent years,
with the number of incarcerated drug
offenders having risen by 510% from 1983
to1993. The number of Black (non-Hispanic)
women incarcerated in state prisons for drug
offenses increased more than eight-fold --828%
-- from 1986 to 1991 Sequestrate to save the
states. Based on average costs for various
components of the criminal justice
system, the cost of criminal justice
control for these 827,440 males $6 billion
a year.

Starring Mark Fhurman and Fox News
Buying Our Kids Back

You do not want to meet mark fhurman on a dark street on any night










Wesley Snipes
I spend my time reading, studying, staying fit, leading warrior yoga classes, collecting incredible stories and nodding my head each time someone says to me ‘for real, Snipes, I can't believe they sent you here for misdemeanors! I've never seen that before, they really screwed you!’” Snipes told IGN
“Then, I'm like .yeah, tell me about it’.





Sequestrate To Free 1.3 million Blacks From Prison
The Afro-American militant is a “militant” because he defends himself, his family, his home and his dignity. He does not introduce violence he reacts to it.



Sequestrate To Free 1.3 million Blacks From Prison



 One blogger named Jeff Pataky turned to the web to express his outrage at the incompetency of the Phoenix police. They raided his home, seized his laptop and his roommate’s laptop, took his backups and modem, handcuffed and detained his female roommate for three hours, and took his sons out of elementary school. Police officers who didn’t like the things being said about them online and who had the power to do something about it abused those privileges.




looking for property, drug money, and 
anything of value to take from the nigga, please




7. The war on drugs has been waged primarily in communities of color where people of color are more likely to receive higher offenses. According to the Human Rights Watch, people of color are no more likely to use or sell illegal drugs than whites, but they have higher rate of arrests. African Americans comprise 14 percent of regular drug users but are 37 percent of those arrested for drug offenses. From 1980 to 2007 about one in three of the 25.4 million adults arrested for drugs was African American..FACTS



“Until the day of liberation, 

protection for my child can 
only be guaranteed through
 the barrel of the gun”
– by Audrey Hudson
MOTHERS SAY NOT MY KID=NO MORE
“Until the day of liberation, protection for my child can 
only be guaranteed through the barrel of the gun” 
– by Audrey Hudson





That city of the confined and the controlled, Lockuptown, is now the second largest in the United States.


 I doubt that you would so quickly commend the policemen if you were to observe their ugly and inhumane treatment of Negroes here in the city jail;  (Martin Luther King, 1963)




This discussion could also be extended to include an exploration of their ideas about how African Americans—and the nation as a whole—should respond: The Afro-American militant is a “militant” because he defends himself, his family, his home and his dignity. He does not introduce violence into a racist social system—the violence is already there, and has always been there. It is precisely this unchallenged violence that allows a racist social system to perpetuate itself. When people say that they are opposed to Negroes “resorting to violence” what they really mean is that they are opposed to Negroes defending themselves and challenging the exclusive monopoly of violence practiced by white racists. (Williams, 1962)

The Afro-American militant is a “militant” because he defends himself, his family, his home and his dignity. He does not introduce violence into a 
racist social system—the violence is already there, and has always been there. It is precisely this unchallenged violence that allows a racist social system to perpetuate itself. When people say that they are opposed to Negroes “resorting to violence” what they really mean is that they are opposed to Negroes defending themselves and challenging the exclusive monopoly of violence practiced by white racists. (Williams, 1962)




Today people of color continue to be disproportionately incarcerated, policed, and sentenced to death at significantly higher rates than their white counterparts. Further, racial disparities in the criminal-justice system threaten communities of color—disenfranchising thousands by limiting voting rights and denying equal access to employment, housing, public benefits, and education to millions more. In light of these disparities, it is imperative that criminal-justice reform evolves as the civil rights issue of the 21st century.





Self-Defense Was a Response to
a Corrupt System of Law Enforcement
Today 1.3 million blacks are incarcerated

MOTHERS SAY NOT MY KID=NO MORE


At its best: The job of a police officer is a noble one.  It is a service profession that changes lives and saves them. The ideal doesn’t always match reality, however. Power-hungry people who haven’t been given the chance to beat up other people before can sometimes be attracted to the profession. For every few good cops who save lives and go the extra mile, there’s a bad cop who the department turns a blind eye to. He/she is the Departments serial abuser, Like Mark Fuhrman (Detective Mark Fuhrman's testimony in the O. J. Simpson murder trial was dismissed as part of a racist plot against an innocent man when a tape conversation proved his denial of ever uttering the word "nigger" was a lie. He was also the King of police abuse.)  MARK FUHRMAN Someone you would not want to meet on the street late at night.


Mark Fuhrman's aligator Bait Babies


Alligator bait, also known as gator bait, is the practice of using little black children as bait to catch alligators. Some say it was done by white men during slave times in Florida and Louisiana and other parts of the American South.







Robert Williams was a proponent of “armed self-reliance” who in 1957 organized a
community in armed defense against the Ku Klux Klan in North Carolina. Williams used and approved of nonviolent resistance, but he believed that “a man cannot have human dignity if he allows himself

to be abused; to be kicked and beaten to the ground, to allow his wife and children to be attacked, refusing to defend them on the basis that he’s so pious, so self-righteous, that it would demean his personality if he fought back” (Williams, 1962). Williams also argued that “the stranglehold of oppression [could not] be loosened by a plea to the oppressor’s conscience,” and that “social change in something as fundamental as racist oppression involves violence.” Students could be challenged to identify events in history that led to changes in racist oppression that did not involve violence and be asked to think about and compare the following statements by Williams and King about the ways in which violence perpetuated by “white racists” was largely unexamined. 


American Negroes have armed themselves as a group… where the authorities could not, or rather would not, enforce their duty to protect Americans from a lawless mob… It has always been an accepted right of Americans, as the history of our Western states proves, that where the law is unable, or unwilling, to enforce order, the citizens can, and must act in self-defense against lawless violence. I believe this right holds for black Americans as well as whites. (Williams, 1962)

I doubt that you would so quickly commend the policemen if you were to observe their ugly and inhumane treatment of Negroes here in the city jail; (King, 1963)


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Copyright © 2004 by Sonia James-Wilson www.civilrightsteaching.org

"sequestrate"

take legal possession of (assets) until a debt has been paid or other claims have been met: the power of courts to sequestrate the assets of unions.
• take forcible possession of (something); confiscate: in November 1956 the property was sequestrated by the authorities.
• legally place (the property of a bankrupt) in the hands of a trustee for division among the creditors.
• declare (someone) bankrupt: two more poll tax rebels were sequestrated.
Copyright © 2004 by Sonia James-Wilson www.civilrightsteaching.org


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ALGEBRA OUR WAY TODAY



Introducing baby to algebra as early as the baby shower via algebra themed baby beginnings, such as:mobiles, room plaques, pacifiers and other baby algebra paraphernalia,we inundate baby with the message that algebra is important to baby and family tradition.Baby algebra uses pictures and key words to help Baby to generalize and grasp algebra concepts. Therefore we can think our way through the stepping stones called tests. Colors and images react . Colors with one side of the brain, images with the other side of the brain, together create and complete the learning process inherent at birth . WALLA! Baby does algebra.







ABORTION Vs. Death by WarABORTION Vs. Death by Prisonand 13th amendment condoned slaveryABORTION Vs. Death Penalty


How can you tell a good guy from a bad guy? 

A good guy hasn’t been found guilty yet?


Laws change:  


Constitution forbade Congress from making slavery illegal until 1808 (Article 1, Section 9, Clause 1



Ramsay v. Lee, 4Cranch 401 (Mem), 8 U.S.  401, 2 L.Ed. 660 (U.S.Dist.Col.,1808) In Virginia, in 1784, no gift of a slave was valid unless in writing and recorded, although possession accompanied the gift.

1850
Fugitive Slave Law

September 18, 1850, 9 Stat. 462(any person who shall harbor or conceal any fugitive from service or labor, escaping from one state into another, so as to prevent his discovery and arrest, after notice or knowledge that he was such a fugitive, shall be subject to a fine not exceeding $1,000, and, on indictment and conviction, to imprisonment not exceeding six months, and shall forfeit and pay, by way of civil damages, to the party injured, the sum of $1,000 for each fugitive so lost, to be recovered by action of debt.)



Constitution required that escaped slaves be returned to their owners 

(Article 4, Section 2) .


Constitution forbade Congress from making slavery illegal until 1808 (Article 1, Section 9, Clause 1)


1709 -98
Naturalization Laws that applied to free whites only
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