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AMERICAN BRAINWASHAMERICAN DUPLICITYAMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISMRACISMRADICAL VOICES
The armed citizens, members of a group called The NFAC (The Not F#ckin’ Around Coalition), are led by Grand Master Jay, a former military man that has emerged out of a dissatisfaction with past movements. The NFAC marched “in formation” peacefully in Stone Mountain, GA where confederate leaders are etched in a mountain. Eventually, the mass convened at a Ku Klux Klan haven that has been allegedly threatening Black people. The Klan was “re-born” at this location, Jay said at the scene.
AMERICAN BRAINWASHAMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISMAMERICAN PARTY DUOPOLYAMERICAN STUDIESBLACK AMERICABLACK MISLEADERSRACISM
AJAMU BARAKA—The motivation for launching the Alliance was based on the fact that on April 4th, 1967 Dr. Martin Luther King reconnected with the radical black tradition by adding his voice of opposition to the murderous US war machine unleashed on the people of Vietnam. For Dr. King his silence on the war in Vietnam had become an irreconcilable moral contradiction.
ABOMINATIONSCITIZENS COUNTER-PROPAGANDARACISMVIRTUAL UNIVERSITY
CYNTHIA CHUNG—With this newly discovered orientation, Douglass not only put the preservation of the Union as something necessary and expedient but, most importantly, something that could not be sacrificed in striving for the Abolitionist cause. Douglass would be one of the first to encourage the recruitment, through his paper “The North Star”, of black soldiers to join the Union’s war against the Confederate South. The thought was that by these men joining the war, they would prove their mettle in the cause for emancipation.
AMERICAN STUDIESAMERICAN WAY OF LIFEBLACK AMERICARACE/ETHNICITYRACISM
MICHAEL K. SMITH—A trail of Yankee and European admirers regularly seeks him out, staying in hotels segregation forbids DuBois himself to enter. Such cruel ironies have etched a half-sneer on the good Doctor’s face, and the scorn only deepens when his requests for research funds are routinely dismissed or ignored. Condescended to by his inferiors, DuBois responds with volleys of lucid indignation that may subside but never entirely disappear.