Saturday, September 28, 2013
Saturday, September 21, 2013
With the US Congress slashing food assistance programs by tens of billions of dollars, food security is a serious issue for everyone in the United States but especially poor and working class communities. The urban Black community could be especially hit hard and while a few non-governmental programs exist in a few communities, the need for a larger Poor People's Survival Movement can not be stressed enough.
Saturday, September 14, 2013
It seems the mass movements being promoted by the so-called mainstream media corporations are those being led by passive leaders whom seek to get access to high places in the US government not to make real demands pertaining to the real pressing issues of Black people in America, but to elevate themselves to a place where they can benefit personally and financially with an elevated name recognition.
Those movements that have a radical Black agenda are purposely kept out of national conversations for fear that they will speak real truth to the powers that are behind the US government and its policies.
Posted by SReid at 11:03 PM