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Free Coffee, Photo Opportunities And Negro Leaders – The Gantt Report

AFRICANGLOBE - Politicians of all political persuasions and perspectives, at some time during the early stages of their terms in office, invite Negroes to visit them and sit around a table to enjoy a cup of coffee and smile for a traditional photograph! Democrats do it. Republicans do it. Liberals do it. Conservatives do it. When the Negro leaders leave the White House the state house, the City Hall or the County administrative offices they return to their states, counties, cities and homes with nothing but false promises, bad dreams and shattered hopes of better days to come!

Watch Malcolm X Prophesize Today’s Police State

AFRICANGLOBE - The “justice” system in America is set up in such a way as to punish Black Americans more than the Caucasian, to deny this racism is to deny reality. On June 8, 1964, Mike Wallace interviewed Malcolm X and they discussed the African American Harlem environment and the community’s hostility against policemen. During this interview, Malcolm X outlines this disproportionate targeting of the African American community by police, and why they do it.

Notorious White Supremacist Jeff Sessions Confirmed As US Attorney General

AFRICANGLOBE - The US Senate confirmed Jeff Sessions as attorney general Wednesday, despite fierce debate about his civil rights record. On Tuesday night, it turned ugly. Senate Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell sternly rebuked Democrat Elizabeth Warren for reading a letter written by the widow of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. that criticized Sessions's civil rights record. In 1986, Coretta Scott King wrote a letter to the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee urging senators to reject Sessions's nomination as a federal judge. "Mr Sessions has used the awesome power of his office to chill the free exercise of the vote by Black citizens," King wrote.

Harlot Who Instigated The Savage Murder Of Emmett Till Will Not...

AFRICANGLOBE - For decades, Carolyn Bryant Donham remained silent as millions of Americans forced themselves to believe that Emmett Till whistled at her, grabbed her and verbally accosted her, before the two men kidnapped him in the pre-dawn hours of August 26, 1955. A new book about the murder is out and the woman whose false accusations led to the brutal killing of the 14-year-old confessed that her story was a lie. Like Till’s killers, Carolyn Bryant Donham will not be brought to justice or face any charges for perjury.

Carolyn Bryant Donham, The White Woman Who Caused Emmett Till’s Murder...

AFRICANGLOBE - More than six decades after the horrific, racially-motivated murder of Emmett Till, the White woman who accused the Chicago teenager of verbally and physically accosting her in Money, Miss., in 1955, has admitted she lied, according to a new book.

John Lewis ‘Presided Over The Destruction Of Black America’

AFRICANGLOBE - Mason Weaver, an author and alleged former member of the Black Panther movement, said Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) presided over the "destruction of Black America" in the years following his march with other Civil Rights leaders across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in 1965.

Black America Has No Leader. Not Even Obama

AFRICANGLOBE - Of course, in some ways it’s a great thing for Black Americans that no one leader needs to speak for the whole community. Yet it’s worth realizing that, after he leaves office, Obama isn’t going to become a race-leader either.

Bernie Sanders Makes A Point About Black Unemployment You Probably Haven’t...

AFRICANGLOBE - According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Black youth unemployment in the United States was a staggering 24.8 percent in 2014, compared to 12.2 percent of their white counterparts. And more than half of recent Black college graduates are underemployed, meaning that they hold a job that does not require a college degree,

Despite Boycotting Netanyahu, Black Lawmakers Vow To Stand By Israel

AFRICANGLOBE - “During that telephone conversation I pleaded with the ambassador to seek a postponement of the joint session, but he dismissed that idea,” Butterfield said. “Notwithstanding, I pledged my continued personal support and explained that Israel has many friends in the Congressional Black Caucus, and do not think that Speaker Boehner’s conduct will interfere with our relationship.”

What Is The NAACP Doing Fighting For Race-Based Abortions In Arizona?

AFRICANGLOBE - It’s as if the NAACP hasn’t done enough to dishonor its legacy and completely ruin its reputation as a civil rights organization. Grasping for political relevancy, the so-called civil rights group’s Arizona chapter, with the help of the ACLU, is suing the state of Arizona for what can only be called greater access to race and sex-based abortion.

The Journey From Civil Rights To Black Power

AFRICANGLOBE - Malcolm X was the antithesis of King. Whereas King advocated non-violent opposition to achieve integration, Malcolm proclaimed separation, self-sufficiency and self-defense.

Gay Rights Don’t Compare To Civil Rights

AFRICANGLOBE - To state that gay rights is in any way similar to the civil rights movement is intellectually empty, dishonest and manufactured, "When has anyone from the LGBT demographic ever been publicly lynched, specifically excluded from moving into neighborhoods, prohibited from sitting on a jury and denied the right to sue others because of their sexual preferences?"

Justice Department Will Soon Announce Decision On Zimmerman

The Justice Department will soon announce its decision on whether to bring civil rights charges against George Zimmerman in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed Black 16-year-old whose death in Florida last year set off a nationwide debate about race, Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said.

‘Justice for Trayvon’ Rallies Draw Thousands Across America

AFRICANGLOBE - Thousands gathered Saturday at rallies in more than 100 cities nationwide to remember Trayvon Martin, to press for federal civil rights charges against the man who shot him, and to attack stand-your-ground self-defense laws.

50 Years of Making History In the Courts, Not Streets

AFRICANGLOBE - As we celebrate the arrival of 2013, it is imperative that we reflect upon the 50 years of civil rights victories and struggles since the historic year of 1963, which, in many ways, launched the modern civil rights movement. It was during this time of transformative change for our nation that the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law was established.

A Letter To A Jew From A Garveyite

AFRICANGLOBE - Dear Mr. Mendelson Sorry for not answering your question earlier i did not know that Facebook filters messages and i was not able to see it. I assume you are going to say that the Jewish community was the one that stood with Blacks during the Civil Rights movement, forgive me if i am wrong but this i assume because of your name, your location being in New York and your liking of the Bill Maher page that is prominently displayed on your Facebook wall, but let me give you a bit of alternative truth history.