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Leader of the Black Riders speaks on police terrorism after Dallas

August 12, 2016

With police terrorism hitting the screens of televisions around the world on a weekly and sometimes daily basis due to cellphone cameras, it is obvious why a strong Black media is needed to counteract the nationwide police psychological operation, aka public relations campaign, now being employed to make the police likable and to justify police-imposed torture and genocide on the Black community.

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From fires to foreclosures: BlackArthur (MacArthur Blvd) displacement crisis

June 10, 2016

“No one in the neighborhood believes that fire was an accident,” continued Donald about the recent tragic three-alarm fire that completely destroyed 10 small and very small thriving businesses on 73rd and BlackArthur. Along with the eradication of people’s long-time rented and owned homes through all means of politrickster moves and paper trails which the youth skolaz reveal in their report, local businesses are under attack.

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Filed Under: SF Bay Area
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Fly and TaLea jump the broom!

January 14, 2013

TaLea “Ms. Incredible” Monet and Debray “Fly Benzo” Carpenter were married on the afternoon of 12.12.12 to the soft strains of Erykah Badu and Stephen Marley’s rendition of the beautiful “In Love with You” from Badu’s “Mama’s Gun” album at the Lighthouse Full Gospel Church, Pentecostal, 2212 Lane St., San Francisco.

End of hostilities holds in prisons statewide and spreads to the streets

November 1, 2012

Whether committing to end hostilities is called a “peace treaty” or “unity,” what’s starting to grow is a powerful force of strong minded individuals – in prisons statewide and on the streets – putting aside their differences with one another and standing up against the system to take back what’s rightfully theirs as human beings: their human rights!

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BART lynches Blacks with the gun and the law

December 21, 2009

Since the inception of BART, this transportation system has excluded Black contractors, Black construction workers and Black riders. Charlie Walker drove a truck into a San Francisco BART excavation site before we could get contracts.

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