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  1. Slave Catchers, Slave Resisters is a two-hour History Channel documentary that depicts the system of slave policing—enforced by militia, armed community slave patrols, paid slave catchers, and federal law. The stories are set in both the South and the North, from the mid-1700’s colonial era through the end of the Civil War and its aftermath, and told through archival material, scholar interviews and recreations. While the stories show the brutality of the slave system, they also reveal another, often-overlooked side of the history—the strength and ingenuity of the ensla
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  2. Happy New Year. I plan to continue to repurpose blog content about the new book Dr. Sebi Speaks of Dembali. I'd also like to find new audiences for the content and marketing. I'm happy to say that Mansa Books recently listed the book in its online catalog. Grateful for that. KChriselle, I have a suggestion for a place to find positive and useful information about the black agenda. My blog about herbs and natural healing is found at https://www.sojourntohonduras.com/blog Enjoy.
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  3. I have been thinking that it is importance to have a pastime, something you can do that is low involvement. TV or reading. And also a hobby, something that requires active involvement. I feel that not only do they improve your quality of life but also cultivate the character.
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  4. Activities that engage you physically have a different feel than just mental ones. I would be more specific inclined to agree if you had said writing. Since you are reading someone else's experience instead of creating your own.
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  5. Sometimes you are lucky to get passive mental engagement.
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  6. I agree wholeheartedly, but would ask you to reconsider associating the active of reading with a "low involvement" activity. Reading is not a low involvement, because it requires active mental engagement. Reading is not a passive activity. If it were, far more people would be doing it. Watching TV, on the other hand, is a much more passive and low involvement activity any one can do it. You can do it while inebriated, high, tired, and even while engaged in another activity.
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  7. Troy Besides..... If it came out of MY mouth, Del probably wouldn't listen to it anyway...lol
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  8. Yes, @Pioneer1 Thank you for asking! I would love to and will try to do it as soon as possible. Right off though, I remember studying about Syria today, and I saw that their flag and symbolism are the very same as the ancient Assyrians, and that surprised me. I know that there are many distinct kinds of Syrians today and they are divided based on religion, however, I will go back and look at my resources again. But right off the top though and from what I remember, the term 'Assyria' was changed to 'Syria' after the time of the Neo-Babylonians about 500s BC. But prior to
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  9. I wish I would have seen this post earlier! Yes, I bought a book from this community about this subject! I have not sat down to read it yet, but I can't wait to absorb it. My relatives thought that My Great Grandmother was stolen and brought over here late as well around the 1850s, but I have just confirmed her actual date of arrival. She was brought over here very late though. I just found her gravesite and it was marked by one of her many sons, my Grandfather. It took me about 30 years to piece together all of my research and then finally to find her gravesite. I am
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  10. Thanks for taking the time to share your insight Maybe. I currently reside in Indian territory in Oklahoma. One of the things I learned in the book I'm reading. Is that when oil was discovered on the land, it was not uncommon for a white man to marry an indigenous woman who "owned" the land, that woman would "disappear" shortly after the marriage and the land would be taken over by her white male husband. That of course is not to suggest that is your history. The problem is the situations are complex and wrought with a tremendous amount of evil and violence.
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  11. Jeffrey Thanks for clarifying. I'm gonna suggest another way of looking at it and include an answer within that suggestion............ It seems to me that creators of Black cultural product (music, art, education, literature, etc.) must first get the approval and qualifications from a white person (a "gatekeeper") to do so. It may seem like a petty thing to point out, however I would say that Black creators don't need approval and accreditation of a Caucasian to actually create. Our people will do that automatically because it's in our
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  12. One. Night. A. Couple. Checks. Into. A. Hotel. . People. In. The. Hotel,, Hear. Them. Having. Sex. Within. 12- Hours. There. Is. Con ,,Games. Jealousy. ,Violence. And. Murder. All. Around. Them. Will ,,,They. Leave. Each. Other. In. Bliss. Or. Murder....? Book. By. Eric -Jerome. Dickey Read. He. Died. Last. Month. He. Was. A. Great. --,Talent....
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  13. ...and no we will not be discussing love in this session -- maybe next week. I'll be on her program again February 19th.
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  14. My sentiments exactly. Literature is the pulse of a people.
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  15. It's time again for Writer Beware's annual look back at the schemes, scams, and assorted crazy shit we encountered in 2020 (and I'm not even talking about the pandemic). https://accrispin.blogspot.com/2021/01/writer-beware-2020-in-review-not-that.html?m=1
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  17. @Chevdove You know what, can you do me a favor...... I'm reading some literature that's really deep right now and I remember YOU wrote something some months ago detailing the differences between SYRIA and ASSYRIA and what I've been reading reminded me of you and what you were saying. But I don't remember EXACTLY what you wrote nor it's context in which you wrote it. Can you do a separate thread and detail again the difference between Syria and Assyria?
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  18. But when the government ignores thousands upon thousands of years of certain groups of humans that have been targeted for their physical presence and oppressed, it leads to a continual oppressive existence that will only get worse. @Troy You expect White Supremacist systems to agree with you in that we humans are all 'one commodity'? They will not because, that would be impossible. But just because they use this natural process of categorizing and distinguishing certain cultures of humans for various reasons for harm does not help you if you think that we are all one commodity. That kind of th
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  19. @Pioneer1 you need simple answers sometimes the truth is just more complicated. You want to really try to understand by looking at a sentence or two from the dictionary definition of one form of the word. I read all the definitions and I read the articles it pointed to for more information context. Since I know you don't like to probe very deeply into subjects I'll share one of the links https://www.britannica.com/topic/race-human why don't you read that entire article it explains race pretty clearly. if you don't come away with a different understanding th
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  20. Yesterday I was visiting a friend and I noticed a Black couple in a movie on his TV and asked him "what movie is that?" He told me the name of the flick which I promptly forgot, because he also said it was on Amazon Prime. I replied, "Well that is one movie I'm not watching, because Amazon is not getting a penny of my money." Generously, the Brother offered me his login, so when I got back home I logged in to see what Prime had to offer. The first thing that popped up was this brand new flick One Night in Miami, A fictionalized account of an evening that Cassius Clay (Muhammad A
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  21. I've told my daughter time and time again about am*zon. She pays for Prime so I checked the film out. I gotta say that I really enjoyed it. But Sam Cooke didn't look nothing like him. Still, scouring the pages I came across a film I've never heard of. Sylvie's Love. The trailer looked good so I dived in. Excellent stuff.
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  22. That was a good segment. I saw the Ma Rainey film; Davis was excellent. I'm looking forward to seeing the Black female Braveheart project she is working on. Hard to believe she's only 55. I would have thought she was older as long as she's been working.
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  23. Chev I am not one that believes in Colorism on any level, but we need to address this issue and not deter from it just because of White Supremacist. Exactly. Just because White Supremacists acknowledge racial differences, then does that mean we should NOT? Even Satan will tell SOME truth while mixing it up with falsehood for deception. Doesn't mean we shouldn't acknowledge a truth thing. Troy Wouldn't it be better to use ethnicity nationality or even religion to explain
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  24. She is gone but not forgotten. Wow! This is news for me. May she rest in peace.
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  25. Oh! But this is truth! There is a scientific distinction based on many levels of research, especially the DNA findings. Fossils remain and can be studied today! @Stefan Oh Wow! @Tazarah I think this quote was meant for me! Thank again! i like how this point was stressed, "while acknowledging the scientific evidence for the physical diversity of Africans." Yes, I agree in that there are physical diversities of Africans and so, it would be crucial to go back into history and better define just who the original Egyptians
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  26. You have your work cut out for you @Troy
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  27. ((shakes head and walks out of the room leaving the other two men to watch and enjoy white men pontificating))
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  28. This is sad (for the world....not for them). Our sister was 96 years old! Hank Aaron also passed away a few days ago and he lived to be around 86. May BOTH of these great AfroAmerican elders enjoy peace and prosperity on the OTHER SIDE!
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  29. Really? Johnson is a magnificent physical speciman. I'm not surprised women would find him attractive. Imagine the grief that a white woman must have risked dealing with him. How would you describe Jack Johnson hopefully is not using the lens of your eurocentric masters. Does he strike you as brutish, a thug, what?
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  30. Oops, I accidentally quoted you by mistake. Wrong person. PS, you completely contradicted yourself -- the first paragraph you wrote completely contradicts the last one Lol, exactly... Hello brother, I recently found another elite and legitimate source emphatically stating that the ancient Egyptians were black people -- this time from Oxford University. "Physical anthropologists are increasingly concluding that racial definitions are the culturally defined product of selective perception and should be replaced in biological terms by the study of po
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  31. You're the first woman I've heard who described his looks in such wonderful terms. I think of many things when I think of our dear brother Jack Johnson, but "beautiful" wasn't one of the things that came to mind...lol.
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  32. Hello brother, I recently found another elite and legitimate source emphatically stating that the ancient Egyptians were black people -- this time from Oxford University. "Physical anthropologists are increasingly concluding that racial definitions are the culturally defined product of selective perception and should be replaced in biological terms by the study of populations and dines. Consequently, any characterization of the race of the ancient Egyptians depends on modern cultural definitions, not scientific study. Thus, by modern American standards it is reasonable to charac
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  33. Closer to the Truth has some interesting interviews. Thanks for the link. He has a unique perspective. He really lays it out well and he is open minded and not dismissive of Science or Spiritual.
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  34. My husband sometimes thinks that I am well, 'special' LOL because I my testimony however, he says that he believes because of it. I wrote about an experience I had that actually involved him at a time that he thought I was well, 'special' LOL and so, perhaps I will find it and share it more completely to further explain what I mean by how the Holy Spirit will confirm his presence. But this is briefly what I shared: Some years back, I had a vision that came to me 'as a flash of light', however a full statement was relayed to me. It was a voice, a man's voice. I immediately turned to
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  35. That was crazy! I've never heard of him probably because I don't watch boxing that much. Racism is so evil and should never be the motivation for this sport. Something is wrong with this human race. Anyway, he was powerfully built and very handsome. A beautiful man. What a gorgeous face. It is so incredible that he had that much boldness and confidence especially during those times.
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  36. Yeah I don't know how Jack managed to live so long... He was no joke!
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  37. Forget Harlem and the gentrified northern cities, and come south man you see plenty of darker skinned people. Plus kids don't play outside like they used to. Also I'm thinking globally; Nigeria probably has more Black people than the U.S. has white. There are probably more black people in brazil than europe's most populous country.
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  38. I talked to this one sister who complained that Jim Brown's ill-treatment of Black women and love of white women was not depicted in the film. Jim and I attended the same university (Syracuse University) and I recall a rumor telling of Jim him actually throwing a woman out of a dorm window. I don't know the extent of Jim's ill treatment of woman, but that would have been a interesting issue to address in the film, given the controversial issue discussed. I have zero respect for buddies especially physically powerful men who abuse women.... At the beginning of the film there is a
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  39. here is a link to new audiobooks on AALBC. It is updated as soon as I add new audiobooks: https://aalbc.com/books/audio-books.php
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  40. https://www.closertotruth.com/interviews/2764 https://www.closertotruth.com/interviews/55644
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  41. I guess I am. Was that an act of omission or commission? If it was commission then we need to quantify how big a market we are dealing with financially, because the dollar factor is the driving force. If it was omission, then it is important for them to learn the errors of their ways. One of the major objectives of the white paper would be to either define the contours of the ecosystem or educate ABA, Oprah and others about the importance of the BBE.. Paul's quote of you at the end seemed like he was calling on you to organize the next convo.
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  42. The Black Books Ecosystem needs a white paper defining it and it's prospects for the future.
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  43. Sorry buddy, the relationship has nothing to do with the roots of the words. Any relationship between "Negro" and "Necro" is purely of your own making. That is like saying (in my Oswald Bates voice) White is derived from Whip which is why the implement used to beat slaves was called at Whip. White >> Whip. One can say things like this, and other can believe it to be true, but that does not mean it has a foundation in reality.
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  44. Welcome to the site! Here's a picture of Henry Field that anthropologist/archeologist/white supremacist who did this work: He's a Caucasian, and as usual I advise our people to be VERY careful of accepting any information they receive from Caucasians because they will mix the TRUTH up with FALSEHOOD to leave you in a state of argumentative CONFUSION. Meaning, they will provide you with deception and confusion that you will believe in so strongly that you'd be willing to argue over. For one thing, these
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