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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Kwanzaa The Other Days

My apologies I tried to post the meaning of each day on each day, but I've been too busy to do that. Obviously, I've missed a few, so I am posting a document here to cover all of them.


Thursday, December 27, 2012

Kwanza: Kujichagulia (self-determination)

This second day of Kwanza is about self-determination. It is about learning how to focus yourself on doing constructive things for yourself and the "Black" collective. That means pushing yourself to meet and overcome all obstacles in your path towards Replacing White Supremacy With Justice.


Oh wow this was supposed to post on on 12-26-12, but I didn't publish it.

Today is the first day of Kwanzaa. I'm not going into the history or meaning of Kwanzaa here, because you can find that at What I am asking you to do today is to practice the code and MINIMIZE THE CONFLICT with other Victims Of Racism, because UMOJA means UNITY. Today we are to think of ways that we can be UNITED and INDEPENDENT of each other while we work to Replace White Supremacy With Justice.

Stay Strong In the Struggle to Replace White Supremacy With Justice.

Tuesday, December 04, 2012

The Black Code Files

The Black Code Files-

A Site Dedicated to Replacing White Supremacy with a System of Justice.

Please check this site out! This is the kind of site that I suspect will help produce an Effective Number of Victims of Racism to Counter White Supremacy. Tell everyone you know about this site. It presents Counter Racist and Production of Justice Studies (see page 77 of the U.I.C.C./S./C. Word Guide by Neely Fuller Jr.) in an organized manner that is constructive for you and me.

Stay strong in the struggle to Replace White Supremacy With Justice.