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blqcali:

vaultof1520.com August 11, 2014

blqcali:

vaultof1520.com
August 11, 2014

[M]any nations of the third world are described as ‘underdeveloped’. These less wealthy nations are generally those that suffered under colonialism and neo-colonialism. The ‘developed’ nations are those that exploited their resources and wealth. Therefore, rather than referring to these countries as ‘underdeveloped’, a more appropriate and meaningful designation might be ‘over exploited’. Again, transpose this term next time you read about the ‘underdeveloped nations’ and note the different meaning that results.
— Robert B. Moore, “Racist Stereotyping in the English Language” (via wretchedoftheearth)
malcolmxvideos:

     In America, when a black man resists letting a white man put a rope around his neck, the black man is accused of violence. In America, when a black man resists the hatred that is being taught by the white man, then the black man is accused of advocating hatred. In America when the black man makes resistance against the white supremacy doctrine and brainwashing that have been done to black people to make black people hate themselves, then that black man is accused of advocating black supremacy which is only designed to offset the inferiority complex that he has from his overdose of white supremacy here in America.    So in America, black people should never be accused of being violent or advocating violence. In America when a black man says, “I have to defend myself,” you should call that what it is, self-defense. And if America has the right to defend herself, from her enemies, the black man in America has the right to defend himself from his enemies. If it’s alright for the black people in Angola to defend themselves against the atrocities of the white Portuguese, if it’s alright for the black people in Algeria to defend themselves against the atrocities of the French, and if it’s alright for the black people in the Congo to defend themselves from the atrocities of the white Belgians, then it is just as much so alright for the black people here in America to defend ourselves from the atrocities that these white American colonialists have been inflicting against us. Don’t never point to colonialism in Africa or Latin America, there are 20 million black people here in America who are thoroughly colonized than any black people in Africa or Asia have ever been.https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1252814726/malcolm-x-collected-speeches-debates-and-interview

malcolmxvideos:

     In America, when a black man resists letting a white man put a rope around his neck, the black man is accused of violence. In America, when a black man resists the hatred that is being taught by the white man, then the black man is accused of advocating hatred. In America when the black man makes resistance against the white supremacy doctrine and brainwashing that have been done to black people to make black people hate themselves, then that black man is accused of advocating black supremacy which is only designed to offset the inferiority complex that he has from his overdose of white supremacy here in America.
    So in America, black people should never be accused of being violent or advocating violence. In America when a black man says, “I have to defend myself,” you should call that what it is, self-defense. And if America has the right to defend herself, from her enemies, the black man in America has the right to defend himself from his enemies. If it’s alright for the black people in Angola to defend themselves against the atrocities of the white Portuguese, if it’s alright for the black people in Algeria to defend themselves against the atrocities of the French, and if it’s alright for the black people in the Congo to defend themselves from the atrocities of the white Belgians, then it is just as much so alright for the black people here in America to defend ourselves from the atrocities that these white American colonialists have been inflicting against us. Don’t never point to colonialism in Africa or Latin America, there are 20 million black people here in America who are thoroughly colonized than any black people in Africa or Asia have ever been.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1252814726/malcolm-x-collected-speeches-debates-and-interview

I hate running, but I love Free Runs.

I hate running, but I love Free Runs.

matt-douchene:

do u ever do something mildly impolite like not give a nice goodbye or not hold a door and spend the rest of the day thinking about it

The Saddest Line From Boyz N The Hood

"Young brother, I think you can do anything you put your mind to."

-USC recruiter to Ricky

upnorthtrips:

Seventeen years ago today, Notorious B.I.G. releases the single Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems. 

upnorthtrips:

Seventeen years ago today, Notorious B.I.G. releases the single Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems. 

malcolmxvideos:

If you’ve studied the captives being caught by the American soldiers in South Vietnam, you’ll find that these guerrillas are young people. Some of them are just children and some haven’t yet reached their teens. Most are teenagers. It is the teenagers abroad, all over the world, who are actually involving themselves in the struggle to eliminate oppression and exploitation. In the Congo, the refugees point out that many of the Congolese revolutionaries are children. In fact, when they shoot captive revolutionaries, they shoot all the way down to seven years old—that’s been reported in the press. Because the revolutionaries are children, young people. In these countries the young people are the ones who most quickly identify with the struggle and the necessity to eliminate the evil conditions that exist. And here in this country, it has been my own observation that when you get into a conversation on racism and discrimination and segregation, you will find young people are more incensed over it—they feel more filled with an urge to eliminate it. I think young people here can find a powerful example in the young simbas, lions, in the Congo and the young fighters in South Vietnam. Another point: as the dark-skinned nations of this earth become independent, as they develop and become stronger, that means that time is on the side of the American Negro. At this point the American Negro is still hospitable and friendly and forgiving. But if he is continually tricked and deceived and so on, and if there is still no solution to his problems, he will become completely disillusioned, disenchanted, and disassociate himself from the interest of America and its society. Many have done that already.https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1252814726/malcolm-x-collected-speeches-debates-and-interview

malcolmxvideos:

If you’ve studied the captives being caught by the American soldiers in South Vietnam, you’ll find that these guerrillas are young people. Some of them are just children and some haven’t yet reached their teens. Most are teenagers. It is the teenagers abroad, all over the world, who are actually involving themselves in the struggle to eliminate oppression and exploitation. In the Congo, the refugees point out that many of the Congolese revolutionaries are children. In fact, when they shoot captive revolutionaries, they shoot all the way down to seven years old—that’s been reported in the press. Because the revolutionaries are children, young people. In these countries the young people are the ones who most quickly identify with the struggle and the necessity to eliminate the evil conditions that exist. And here in this country, it has been my own observation that when you get into a conversation on racism and discrimination and segregation, you will find young people are more incensed over it—they feel more filled with an urge to eliminate it. I think young people here can find a powerful example in the young simbas, lions, in the Congo and the young fighters in South Vietnam. Another point: as the dark-skinned nations of this earth become independent, as they develop and become stronger, that means that time is on the side of the American Negro. At this point the American Negro is still hospitable and friendly and forgiving. But if he is continually tricked and deceived and so on, and if there is still no solution to his problems, he will become completely disillusioned, disenchanted, and disassociate himself from the interest of America and its society. Many have done that already.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1252814726/malcolm-x-collected-speeches-debates-and-interview

harlemcollective:

Harlem’s Rucker basketball season is upon us at Rucker Park.
Harlem Collective is now on Facebook.

harlemcollective:

Harlem’s Rucker basketball season is upon us at Rucker Park.

Harlem Collective is now on Facebook.

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Get sleep, eat sushi, and take naps as needed.
— tips for living longer from the world’s oldest person  (via nyu-tah)
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