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They were all killed either by police or by racists. Their crime? They were all Blacks!

They were all killed either by police or by racists. Their crime? They were all Blacks!

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White university lecturer of African Religions in Brazil calls black security guard a monkey

Daniela_Cordovil_university_of_Para.jpgThe story we are reporting here happened a couple of years ago. But it is still relevant because similar cases happen again and again and they are symptomatic of mistakes many Blacks make when it comes to figuring out whether a white person is a racist or not on one side, and, on the other side it clearly shows why many organizations of Blacks never achieve any other goals apart from existing. It is because their leaders are the first to betray their cause. But wait...


Race or ethnicity in South and central America: Do Black Lives Matter there?

According to informations from countries of South America and Central America, most of the censuses conducted by the authorities define citizens in relation to their ethnicity and not in relation to their race. It should be noted that some of these countries define more than seven different ethnicities. A very refined system whose aim is, among others, to reduce the actual number of Blacks. This is one of the reasons why the official numbers of black people in some of those countries are ...


The creation of Black Lives Matter by Afro-Americans has spawned the creation of many movements that are hostile to it. Why?

Since the birth of the Black Lives Matter movement of African Americans, we are witnessing the birth of a countles number of movements that borrow the last two words "Lives Matter" from Black Lives Matter but basically wage war against it. These include "All Lives Matter", "Blue Lives Matter" and "White Lives Matter". Why the birth of these movements hostile to Black Lives Matters who challenge it and who accuse it of segregationism, of racism ...


Black Lives Matter: racism, terrorism and pride. An afro-american movement that polirizes

A few years ago it was felt that the afro-communities of the Americas had ceased to exist. Apart from a few stars in the fields of television, music and sport, it was felt outside the Americas that the Black people had ceased to exist or to fight as a community. Then there was this black president, Barack Obama, who showed the world that Black people were able to fight to the highest office in any country in the world. The presidencial election 2008 was a big challenge for the black communities...