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Students Have Taken Over Florida Governor's Office ...

Students Have Taken Over Florida Governor's Office Demanding Justice For Trayvon

>>>>> Liberation News - Colorlines <<<<<

Students as young as nine years old are camping at the state capitol to push for new laws that protect them from racial profiling.

Is Obama Poised To Create Stop-and-Frisk Nation?

Is Obama Poised To Create Stop-and-Frisk Nation?

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Amidst national debates around racial profiling, Obama endorses the head cheerleader for stop-and-frisk policies to head Homeland Security.

Malcolm Shabazz hunger strikers attacked by 100s of...

Malcolm Shabazz hunger strikers attacked by 100s of cops in Mexico

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Police have attacked, beaten numerous protesters who are holding a peaceful vigil to call attention to the brutal death of Malcolm X’s grandson. Among those known to be physically and badly assaulted are Metelus Wilner and Jah Zakah from Haiti.

The Indigenous Berbers of Africa – By Natural Mysti...

The Indigenous Berbers of Africa – By Natural Mystics

>>>>> Roots and Culture - Rasta Livewire <<<<<

One of the most misrepresent people in North Africa are the indigenous Berber people. These beautiful women are not shown on mainstream television, movies and rarely in print. These are the descendants of the ancient Berbers that the ancient Romans spoke of and wrote about [...]

'Fruitvale Station' Is More Than a Movie, It's a La...

'Fruitvale Station' Is More Than a Movie, It's a Landmark

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A new feature film on Oscar Grant's killing takes its name from a landmark in a community that's lived through, and fought back against, too much police violence.

Obama visits Mandela’s cell, but won’t free his own...

Obama visits Mandela’s cell, but won’t free his own political prisoners

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Obama sees no irony in making a pilgrimage to Nelson Mandela’s place of political imprisonment, while holding 80,000 human beings in solitary confinement

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Students as young as nine years old are camping at the state capitol to push for new laws that protect them from racial profiling.
Liberation News - Colorlines - 19-07-13 07:44
Amidst national debates around racial profiling, Obama endorses the head cheerleader for stop-and-frisk policies to head Homeland Security.
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