Posts Tagged ‘united voices for a common cause’

NFL Star Colin Kaepernick Exposes USA’s Hypocrisy

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

by H. Lewis Smith

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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick recently refused to stand up during the national anthem in protest against social injustices towards African Americans. In his words he refused to “show pride in the flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color.” Because of his actions many have questioned his… Continue reading

Black Community: Divide and Conquer

Sunday, December 13th, 2015

by H. Lewis Smith

Since the Proclamation of Emancipation it has been the policy and standard practice by the American institutionalized systemic to maintain control over the Black African American community by encouraging dissent and disruption between them thus to this very day Black America is a dysfunctional and fragmented group. In politics and sociology, divide and rule (or divide and conquer) is gaining and maintaining power by breaking… Continue reading

The NFL’s Proposal to Penalize Use of the N-word

Monday, March 3rd, 2014

by H. Lewis Smith


Will Black America ever own up to the responsibility of liberating itself from the N-word?

Last season, Washington Redskins’ tackle Trent Williams was accused of directing use of the N-word toward a referee during a nationally-televised game. His action is just one of the many instances… Continue reading

Undressing the N-word

Thursday, December 5th, 2013

by H. Lewis Smith

Over the past year or so, many events have been occurring in the Black Community at the hand of the Black Community that continues to bring continual shame and degradation to the honorable memories, sacred struggle and sacrifice of African-American ascendants. Some may argue against it, but these acts continue to adversely affect the growth, development, and progression of the Black community, on a whole… Continue reading

Honorary “Black” Man

Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

by Iris (Bronxstar) Mack

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One piece of the information that came out this week about the bullying issue (which it definitely was) with Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito is that there is apparently a place for those who are not, but are considered to be…a black man. For some reason… Continue reading

Boston Celtics’ KG and the N-word

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

by H. Lewis Smith


Kevin Garnett of the NBA Boston Celtics, though a highly-talented and well-paid athlete, with all due respect needs to stop degrading his Black community; as well, the Black community must resolutely stop “accepting” disrespect from within by people like KG even though he is a poster child of success… Continue reading