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Feminism – The Biggest Enemy Of Black Women In America

AFRICANGLOBE - To Black women that still wanna defend this toxic mindset that’s detrimental to you and to your kids need to deprogram your minds of feminism and embrace Black love and Black families. In The 1960s, The CIA used Gloria Steinem as their mole to infiltrate Black liberation movements to convince Black women that Black men are their “#1 enemy” and this later led to the destruction of the Black family structure in several ways.

Interracial Dating: My Thoughts On Swirling

AFRICANGLOBE - There is a push by the powers that be to systemically break up The Black Family Structure not only by pushing agendas like feminism and homosexuality, but also swirling aka interracial relationships. The swirling agenda is being heavily pushed in the media through shows like Scandal to psychologically convince Black women to think that “Black Men Won’t Protect You“, “Black Men Ain’t Sh*t” and “Black Men Won’t Be There For You” and to some degree, some Black women have bought into this false misconception of the media’s portrayal of Black men.

Why Today’s Middle-Class Black Families Don’t Exactly Live Like The Huxtables

AFRICANGLOBE - Many of the nation’s racial disparities stem from the simple economic fact that white families make more money than Black families on average, a gap that has remained stubbornly large in recent decades.

West Memphis NAACP Wants Black Families To Arm Themselves

AFRICANGLOBE - “Law enforcement has to understand, you cannot do what you please when you see us,” Crittenden County NAACP head, Shabaka Afrika said in a news conference. He feels Black families should exercise their Second Amendment rights and arm themselves.

How Black Middle-Class Kids Become Poor Adults

AFRICANGLOBE - “Even Black Americans who make it to the middle class are likely to see their kids fall down the ladder, seven out of 10 Black children who are born to families with income that falls in the middle quintile of the income spectrum will find themselves with income that's one to two quintiles below their parents' during their own adulthood".

White Reporter Who Spoke About Black Families Suspended

AFRICANGLOBE - Bergin’s report, which aired Sunday, featured the widow of a Black man who police claimed shot a rookie Jersey City police officer to death and who was then killed by officers responding to the shooting. The widow, Angelique Campbell, told Bergin that Lawrence Campbell should have killed more officers.

Are Mexicans Firebombing Black Homes In Ramona Gardens, California

AFRICANGLOBE - On Monday night, someone threw flaming Molotov cocktails at four apartments in Ramona Gardens. It had all the hallmarks of the racial attack from the area's darker years. Three of the four apartments targeted just after midnight were occupied by Black families.

The Case For Homeschooling Black Children

AFRICANGLOBE - There are so many benefits to homeschooling beyond academics. Most schools spend more than 33 percent of the day disciplining students. And bullying has become a significant issue. One of every six Black males is suspended and large numbers are given Ritalin and placed in Special Education. These problems seldom, if ever, exist in the homeschool environment.

Welfare, Not Slavery Destroys Black Families

AFRICANGLOBE - In 1960, most Black children were raised in two-parent, monogamous families. By now, by this time, we only have 20 percent of Black children being raised in two-parent, monogamous families with a married man and woman raising those children.

Black Family Progress Has Stalled Since Controversial 1965 Study – Report

AFRICANGLOBE - Many of the same social problems highlighted in a landmark 1965 study "The Negro Family: The Case for National Action" have only worsened over the last 48 years and are now causing similar hardship for White and Hispanic families.

Black Families Have Three Times Less Wealth Than Whites – Study

AFRICANGLOBE - The wealth gap between White and Black families has exploded over the past 25 years, affecting the comfort of Black families, the viability of Black neighborhoods and the opportunities of successive generations of African-American young people, according to a fascinating new study by Brandeis University’s Institute on Assets and Policies.

Want To Know Why Black Women Cant Find A Man?

AFRICANGLOBE - If you don’t think that the mass incarceration epidemic affects you, you might want to think again. The challenges that Black women face in finding a man in the age of mass incarceration, in the United States, when one in nine Black men between the ages of 20 and 29 is in jail or prison is huge.

Dr. King’s Dream of Economic Equality Deferred as Racial Wealth Disparities...

AFRICANGLOBE - According to a new report, the recent recession, with its string of foreclosures that are disproportionately affecting Black people, demonstrates that policies encouraging homeownership as a path to building wealth in Black communities are flawed.

Black Families Overrepresented Among U.S. Homeless

Report highlights the barriers to stable housing and wellbeing experienced by homeless and low-income Black families In 2010, one out of every 141 Black family...

Black Britons Plan Protests Against Deaths in Police Custody

A coalition of black families whose loved ones have died in police, prison, or state psychiatric custody in Britain are to hold a rally in October calling for an end to deaths in custody.