Dr. Claud Anderson Discusses America’s Race Based Society, PowerNomics + More
The consequences of illiteracy are extremely harmful. As well as affecting illiterate individuals themselves in their daily lives and often jeopardizing their future, this problem has a significant effect on society, both socially and economically.Read More
Happy Born Day Mark Cuban!
Mark Cuban business goes back to the 1990s, when Cuban co-founded an online streaming company that he sold to Yahoo for $5.7 billion. He has since invested in dozens of startups and continues to do so as a host of the show “Shark Tank.”Read More
Rapper Kanye West met with President Trump at the White House for a free-wheeling discussion.
source: Fox News
The Murder of Fred Hampton began as a film portrait of Hampton and the Illinois Black Panther Party, but half way through the shoot, Hampton was murdered by Chicago policeman.
In an infamous moment in Chicago history and politics, over a dozen policeman burst into Hampton’s apartment while its occupants were sleeping, killing Hampton and fellow Panther Mark Clark and brutalizing the other occupants.
Filmmakers Mike Gray and Howard Alk arrived a few hours later to shoot film footage of the crime scene that was later used to contradict news reports and police testimony.
“You can jail the revolutionary, but you can’t jail the revolution…You might murder a freedom fighter like Bobby Hunton, but you can’t murder freedom fighting.” – Fred Hampton.
Excerpt from October 17, 1971 interview with Michael Parkinson
Written by Sean Kleier
Directed by Ryan Kleier
Asean (ah-Shawn) is a 9 year old at Marcus Garvey Elementary School, slated for closure by the Chicago Public School administration, an un-elected board who’s members are appointed by Mayor Rahm Elmanuel, former Chief of Staff for President Barack Obama
full transcript after the jump…
Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was sentenced Thursday to 28 years in prison for corruption, the apparent last step after a series of scandals destroyed his political career and the city of Detroit.
Kilpatrick, who served as mayor from 2002 until fall 2008, fattened his bank account by tens of thousands of dollars, traveled the country in private planes and even strong-armed his campaign fundraiser for stacks of cash hidden in her bra, according to evidence at trial.
Kwame’s friend and businessman Bobby Ferguson was sentenced to 21 years in prison.
The new $100 bill goes into circulation today (Tuesday)
Banksy does it again!