Bloodsuckers in the Black Ghetto – 50 Years After the Kerner Commission

The Jewish Store Owners in Black Ghettos: A Long, Long History of Exploitation

Much comment is being made about the 50th Anniversary of the Kerner Commission Report. Officially, it was called The National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders and was established by President Lyndon B. Johnson to investigate the causes of the 1967 race riots in America’s inner cities. Jews are not mentioned as being a cause of the Black riots, but Jews are most assuredly discussed in the 426-page report in Chapter 8, where it refers to “ghetto merchants”:

Ghetto residents believe they are “exploited” by local merchants; and evidence substantiates some of these beliefs. A study conducted in one city by the Federal Trade Commission showed that distinctly higher prices were charged for goods sold in ghetto stores than in other areas.

Lack of knowledge regarding credit purchasing creates special pitfalls for the disadvantaged. In many states garnishment practices compound these difficulties by allowing creditors to deprive individuals of their wages without hearing or trial.

Jack Nusan Porter

The Honorable Minister Farrakhan made the VERY SAME assessment as the Kerner Commission’s evaluation of these exploitative inner city merchants and ACCURATELY referred to them as “bloodsuckers.” Jack Nusan Porter, a Jewish sociologist, identified these bloodsucking merchants as being primarily Jewish, in his article titled “Mr. Goldberg and John Henry: The Relationship Between Afro-Americans and American Jews“:

The common stereotype of Jews owning the businesses in Black ghettos is based on solid evidence, not fantasy. Jews in the East and Midwest own a disproportionate number of businesses in Black areas. [Two Jewish researchers have shown] that some 40 percent of the stores are owned by Jews. [Another] study of 458 merchants in 15 cities (14 of the largest plus Gary, Indiana but not including Los Angeles, Miami, Houston, or any other Southern city) had the following religious breakdown of retail merchants: 37.9% were Jewish; 36.0% were Protestant; and 22.9% were Catholic… The breakdown by religion, when race is considered, increases the number: 51.3% of the white merchants are Jewish; 18.7% are Protestant; and 27.0% are Catholic.”

Frederick Law Olmsted

This economic rape of Black communities by mainly Jewish merchants and peddlers goes as far back as the slavery era and is detailed in The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, Vol. 2. The noted writer Frederick Law Olmsted observed in 1856 that

“A swarm of Jews, within the last ten years, has settled in nearly every Southern town, many of them men of no character, opening cheap clothing and trinket shops; ruining, or driving out of business, many of the old retailers, and engaging in an unlawful trade with simple negroes, which is found very profitable.”

After the alleged “emancipation” of Black slaves in 1863, the economic exploitation nonetheless remained the same. Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky was a keen observer of 19th-century Russian society, where Russian peasantry had very much the same relationship with their Jewish merchant class as Blacks had with them in the American South. His 1877 indictment was biting indeed:

Fyodor Dostoyevsky

“[T]hey have already leaped en masse upon the millions of liberated Negroes, and have already taken a grip upon them in their, the Jews’, own way, by means of their [everlasting] ‘gold pursuit’ and by taking advantage of the inexperience and vices of the exploited tribe….The Negroes have now been liberated from the slave-owners[, but] they will not last because the Jews…will jump at this new little victim….The Negroes are a treasure for the Jews.”

Mark Twain, the iconic chronicler of Deep Southern culture, concurred. As he saw it:

Mark Twain

“In the Cotton States, after the war, the simple and ignorant Negroes made the crops for the white planter on shares. The Jew came down in force, set up shop on the plantation, supplied all the Negro’s wants on credit, and at the end of the season was proprietor of the Negro’s share of the present crop and of part of the share of his next one. Before long, the whites detested the Jew, and it is doubtful if the Negro loved him.”

In his book The Souls of Black Folk, Black scholar W.E.B. Du Bois wrote of this Jewish exploitation. He observed that Jews had so dominated the post-slavery economy that he concluded harshly that “The Jew is the heir of the slave-baron.” Think about that.

As Blacks migrated to the inner cities to find jobs, Jewish merchants shadowed them. In 1895, a reporter for the New York Daily Tribune observed a scene in the “Negro quarter” of New York City where “the Hebrews across the street stand out in front of their shops and impress the [c]heapness of their goods upon everybody within earshot.” In Harlem, Blumstein’s department store had nothing but Black customers but refused to hire Blacks in anything but menial jobs from the time it opened in 1896 until Black public protests forced a change in 1930.

The Atlantic magazine’s Jewish editor Jeffrey Goldberg just acknowledged his people’s hateful history:

Often in the New South, success of Jewish merchants depended upon winning Black trade. Jewish merchants appeared more courteous…than fellow white merchants. Blacks were often the victims of sales pressure when Jews refused to accept no-sale for an answer.” The process known as ‘Jewing Down’ is when the Black customer was fooled into thinking he was negotiating a better price. It concluded when “Jewish merchant received his desired price and the naïve Black went away with the over-priced goods.”

James Baldwin remembered the Jewish merchants: “[A]ll of them were exploiting us, and that was why we hated them.” At the end of each business day, Jews would close up shop and Blacks would watch them leave the neighborhood with their money.

Highly successful Jewish retailers, like Stein Mart based in Greenville, Mississippi, practiced Jim Crow exclusion even after the Civil Rights Movement. In fact, Jewish department stores had become so well known for their racist policies against their own Black customers that the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King and civil rights activists often targeted them with their protests.

James Baldwin

The Kerner Report was thoroughly ignored by the very government that commissioned it, and a succession of immigrants have followed the exploitative Jewish model for their own enrichment. The Koreans are the latest with 9,000 Korean-owned beauty supply stores alone syphoning the bulk of the billion-dollar Black hair care industry. And because these revenue streams have been so lucrative for Jews and their immigrant followers, they have worked tirelessly to destroy any Black leader that advocates that Blacks follow their self-help model. Those leaders that would disrupt that revenue flow [aka blood sucking] are known to Jews as “Black Hitlers” and “anti-Semites.” 

In the end, the lofty recommendations of the Kerner Commission for Black uplift will never be enacted until Blacks themselves take charge and follow The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan in his call to “Make Our Own Communities Safe and Decent Places to Live.”




7 Shocking Quotes from Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is the victim of IDENTITY THEFT. White America was so desperate to have a Black leader guide its restless and awakening Blacks back into subservience that it took a gifted soldier of truth and put words in his mouth and made him everything white Americans wanted him to be. Let us FINALLY look at who Dr. King actually is. Dr. King evolved into a strategic thinker and planner—and a razor-sharp critic of white supremacy. He did not mince words: his speeches were a clear and concise damnation of a SYSTEM that had destroyed his people. His last speech the night before his murder in Memphis on April 4th, 1968—I Have Been To the Mountaintop—has been heavily edited and redacted by whites to censor and evade his instructions to Blacks: to establish an ECONOMIC foundation for their freedom. He said nothing of voting or integration; he said that when we Blacks feel pain, “we must kind of redistribute the pain” in the form of boycotts and the use of Black spending power as a weapon for our own advancement. He termed it “economic withdrawal.” 

King said and did more. Even as today’s negro leaders shake and shiver at the name FARRAKHAN, Dr. King sought out meetings with Minister Farrakhan’s Teacher, The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad. He spoke highly of and openly met with Black figures that frightened the hell out of white people: Stokely Carmichael, Malcolm X, and Muhammad Ali. Indeed, Dr. King emerged from his 1966 meeting with the Hon. Elijah Muhammad with these words:

 “We suffer domestic colonialism….We must achieve self-determination.”

Other quotes from Dr. King would make white people RE-THINK the gigantic statue they have put up in his memory, and the 900+ streets named after King in 42 states and Puerto Rico. Here are 7 SHOCKING Quotes by Dr. King:

  1. Dr. King asked, “Why does white America delude itself, and how does it rationalize the evil it retains?” He said white people’s belief in the fairness of America “is a fantasy of self-deception and comfortable vanity….There aren’t enough white persons in our country who are willing to cherish democratic principles over privilege.
  2. White Americans left the Negro on the ground and in devastating numbers walked off with the aggressor. It appeared that the white segregationist and the ordinary white citizen had more in common with one another than either had with the Negro.”
  3. To his friend Harry Belafonte he said: “I’ve come to the realization that I think we may be integrating into a burning house.”
  4. King’s critique of Jewish behavior in the ghetto was stinging: “We were living in a slum apartment owned by a Jew and a number of others, and we had to have a rent strike. We were paying $94 for four run-down, shabby rooms, and we would go out on our open housing marches on Gage Park and other places and we discovered that whites with five sanitary, nice, new rooms, apartments with five rooms, were paying only $78 a month. We were paying 20 percent tax. The Negro ends up paying a color tax, and this has happened in instances where Negroes actually confronted Jews as the landlord or the storekeeper.
  5. If you thought King had faith in the “political process”: “Throughout our history, laws affirming Negro rights have consistently been circumvented by ingenious evasions which render them void in practice. Laws that affect the whole population—draft laws, income-tax laws, traffic laws—manage to work even though they may be unpopular: but laws passed for the Negro’s benefit are so widely unenforced that it is a mockery to call them laws.
  6. King’s systems analysis could only frighten the American elite: “The trouble is that we live in a failed system. Capitalism does not permit an even flow of economic resources. With this system, a small privileged few are rich beyond conscience and almost all others are doomed to be poor at some level….That’s the way the system works. And since we know that the system will not change the rules, we’re going to have to change the system.
  7. Even Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., conceded, “there are points at which I see the necessity for temporary separation as a temporary way-station to a truly integrated society.

These quotes show that Dr. King could not be counted upon to carry the failed empowerment strategies promoted by the white financiers of the American Civil Rights Movement. King evolved to understand that the white and Jewish “philanthropists” that paid for Blacks’ INTEGRATION achieved their own status of wealth and power not through voting or integration but through the building of an ECONOMIC community infrastructure, on which they built independent institutions to serve and protect their own ethnic communities. Could King be any clearer than these words from his LAST and MOST DANGEROUS speech?

“But not only that, we’ve got to strengthen black institutions. I call upon you to take your money out of the banks downtown and deposit your money in Tri-State Bank. We want a ‘bank-in’ movement in Memphis. Go by the savings and loan association. I’m not asking you something that we don’t do ourselves at SCLC. Judge Hooks and others will tell you that we have an account here in the savings and loan association from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. We are telling you to follow what we are doing. Put your money there. You have six or seven black insurance companies here in the city of Memphis. Take out your insurance there. We want to have an ‘insurance-in.'”

“Now these are some practical things that we can do. We begin the process of building a greater economic base. And at the same time, we are putting pressure where it really hurts. I ask you to follow through here.”

As Dr. King began his last campaign it was a decidedly ECONOMIC in nature. So much so he called it the “POOR PEOPLE’s CAMPAIGN.” As he went through the nation to organize it he gave this shocking 169-word analysis:


“At the very same time that America refused to give the Negro any land, through an act of congress our government was giving away millions of acres of land in the West and the Midwest, which meant that it was willing to undergird its white peasants from Europe with an economic floor. But not only did they give the land, they built land grant colleges with government money to teach them how to farm. Not only that, they provided county agents to further their expertise in farming. Not only that, they provided low interest rates in order that they could mechanize their farms. Not only that, today many of these people are receiving millions of dollars in federal subsidies not to farm and they are the very people telling the Black man that he ought to lift himself by his own bootstraps. This is what we are faced with and this is a reality. Now, when we come to Washington in this [Poor People’s] campaign, we’re coming to get our check.

Let us honor Dr. King FROM NOW ON—not by putting up more statues and naming streets for him, but by actually taking and following through on his economic advice!

Source: Many of these quotes are published in the new, updated, and expanded book, HOW WHITE FOLKS GOT SO RICH: The Untold Story of American White Supremacy.]  

BONUS QUOTES: In his famous “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” (April 16, 1963) Dr. King signaled his utter disgust with the white liberals that he had been told he could trust to “help” aid in Black advancement:

“I have been gravely disappointed with the white moderate. I have almost reached the regrettable conclusion that the Negro’s great stumbling block in the stride toward freedom is not the White Citizen’s Councilor or the Ku Klux Klanner, but the white moderate who is more devoted to “order” than to justice; who prefers a negative peace which is the absence of tension to a positive peace which is the presence of justice…”

On the Vietnam war:

“And I am sad to say that the nation in which we live is the supreme culprit.…God didn’t call America to engage in a senseless, unjust war, as the war in Vietnam. And we are criminals in that war. We have committed more war crimes almost than any nation in the world, and I’m going to continue to say it…”

King said during a February 1968 trip to Mississippi,

“It didn’t cost the nation one penny to integrate lunch counters….but now we are dealing with issues that cannot be solved without the nation spending billions of dollars and undergoing a radical redistribution of economic power.”

On Uncle Toms:

“There are Negroes who will never fight for freedom. There are Negroes who will seek profit for themselves from the struggle. There are even some Negroes who will cooperate with their oppressors. The hammer blows of discrimination, poverty and segregation must warp and corrupt some. No one can pretend that because a people may be oppressed, every individual member is virtuous and worthy.”

In 1960, King spoke on Black Education and school integration:

“White people view Black people as inferior. A large percentage of them have a very low opinion of our race. People with such a low view of the Black race cannot be given free reign and put in charge of the intellectual care and development of our boys and girls. I don’t see school integration successfully happening right now and being beneficial.…It will be disastrous.”


Anthem Protests Outlawed by Jewish NBA Commissioner

UPDATE!! October 22

 A woman performing the national anthem before an NBA preseason game between the 76ers and Heat on Friday night did so while kneeling at midcoast. Denasia Lawrence opened her jacket to show a shirt bearing the phrase “Black Lives Matter.”




NBA commissioner Adam Silver intends to “enforce” the NBA “rule” that states that players must “stand and line up in a dignified posture along the sidelines or on the foul line during the playing of the National Anthem”—a song with its own “foul line,” in its 3rd verse, which speaks of murdering BLACK slaves; a song written by a white racist and slave owner, Francis Scott Key; a song that speaks of war and destruction as a modern marvel (“rockets red glare, bombs bursting in air”).

Adam Silver snatched the 2017 NBA All-Star Game out of North Carolina when he believed that his issue needed addressing—that of toilet options for LGBT people. He simply waved his white hand and the $100 million event—cash generated entirely by BLACK TALENT—was removed from Charlotte, the only city with a Black-owned basketball team. But when that BLACK TALENT shows signs of following Colin Kaepernick’s powerful protest of the systematic murder of Blacks by white American police, these BLACK MEN are subject to Silver’s punishment. Grown-ass Black men! cs7nokeviaqmm-_

We hope and pray that the NBA players will break out of the mental slavery in which the “commissioner” and the NBA team owners insist they remain. Remember the words of the great former NBA team owner and fount of slave-master wisdom Donald Tokowitz Sterling: “I support them and give them food, and clothes, and cars, and houses. Who gives it to them? Does someone else give it to them?…Do I make the game, or do they make the game? Is there 30 owners, that created the league?” No one—absolutely NO ONE—pays for a ticket to watch these white owners do a damn thing. BLACKS and their unique skills and prodigious talent keep these whites wealthy and entitled—not the other way around.

Adam Silver kicked Sterling out of the league—but apparently only to take the NBA plantation exploitation to a higher, more profitable level. Silver took decisive economic action against his anti-LGBT North Carolina foes, but look at his deceptive little bromide in his recent letter on the issue of managing potential NBA player protests of racist police violence: 

“The league and the Players Association, working together, have begun developing substantive ways for us to come together and take meaningful action.”

Silver’s letter turns police murder into “senseless acts of violence impacting our communities.” No talk of boycotting or moving NBA games to force systemic changes in law enforcement. Silver’s puppy-like approach speaks of “engaging,” “supporting,” “convening,” “mentoring,” and the all-time favorite, “building bonds of trust.” In fact, on the same day Silver initiated his $100 million boycott of the “anti-gay” state of North Carolina, he fined three WNBA teams $5,000 and fined several players $500 for wearing T-shirts intended to raise awareness after police shootings. 


Victor Oladipo

Derrick Rose wore an “I Can’t Breathe” shirt during warm-ups last season, a reference to the words spoken by Eric Garner, who died after a Staten Island police officer choked him to death over a cigarette tax. LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and other players around the league did the same. Silver leapt into action“I respect [them] for voicing their personal views on important issues, but my preference would be for players to abide by our on-court attire rules.” Oklahoma City Thunder guard Victor Oladipo said he thinks some NBA players will protest when the national anthem is played this upcoming season. Oh, no question. I truly believe it will….I think definitely, we’ll see a few guys in the NBA doing the same thing.” And then what will Adam Silver do—whip them, chain them up, and sell them down the river, as his forefathers did

When will the “professional” Black athletes start playing THE EXACT SAME GAME THAT IS BEING PLAYED ON THEM? Last year, as quiet as it’s kept, the University of Missouri football players figured out that it was THEY who generated $30 million for that school, and that they could take a chunk out of the generations-long racism on that campus by simply threatening to refuse to play. Thirty-six hours later, the intransigent white president was quoting psalms at a press conference on his way out the door forever. That was a brilliant tactical use of those players’ economic power.

If Adam Silver can engage in political warfare using our Black talent and its economic power, imagine what could happen when Blacks apply the same principle for their own justice! On his very last day on earth Martin Luther King said to practice “economic withdrawal” as the best strategy to obtain justice and enforce our God-given freedoms. There is NO BETTER time than now—and NO BETTER place than in the NBA.

 It’s time for us all to say, Justice Or Else!



Hillary Clinton, Meet Mr. Jones

Black Lives Matter Exposes Candidate’s Weakness & Black Economic Power

by the NOI Research Group

A remarkable event in Black journalism occurred last week that may change the way Blacks view this coming presidential election and possibly the way Blacks wield their economic power in the future. That event had nothing to do with the trained and polished Black media personalities like Lester Holt, Gwen Ifill, Bill Whitaker, or Byron Pitts. Black Lives Matter (BLM) activist Julius Jones beat them all when he forced the elusive Hillary Clinton to answer finally for her role in the racist policies enacted and supported by her and her husband, Pres. William Jefferson Clinton, policies that weaponized police and filled America’s prisons with a million Black men.

Black America has been inflamed over the issue of police brutality and mass incarceration, yet it took our Brother Julius with his activist crew to make Hillary face up to her role in those tragedies. On August 11, as her buffer zone of aides, advisors, and Secret Service protectors looked on sweating nervously, Brother Julius did more to expose Hillary than ANY of her email or Benghazi or Whitewater scandals could ever do. In response to his earnest request for her plans to correct the severe racial distortions in the American “justice” system, Mrs. Clinton said:

“What do you want me to do about it? What am I supposed to do about it? That’s what I’m trying to put together, in a way that I can explain it and I can sell it. Because in politics, if you can’t explain it and you can’t sell it, then it stays on the shelf.”

That was Hillary Clinton’s best answer.

Again, no trained Negro network journalist had gotten Hillary this far down the road on this issue in all her time as a declared presidential candidate. When Bro. Julius reacted with appropriate shock and awe—“What you just said is a form of victim blaming”—Clinton went at him like any plantation mistress should: “Well, if that is your position, then I will talk only to white people about how we are going to deal with the very real problems,” she said.

The pure bankruptcy of this response from the white woman who most Blacks have enthusiastically waved on into the White House is self-evident. In her perfect public opportunity to show herself to be on top of the issue that has American cities erupting in racial rebellion—to show her knowledge, wisdom, and expertise—the empress disrobed for Black America in the most shocking way: “What do you want me to do about it? What am I supposed to do about it?”

But her feeble non-answer really doesn’t put Hillary on the hot seat. Her answer contained no actual surprises. But it sho’nuf puts her Black supporters on Front Street, for they must now explain why they havap_arsenio_hall_bill_clinton_nt_120619_wmaine never asked her this simple question before they lent their names and influence to her candidacy. One might have thought we’d grown a little bit since Bill, “the first black president,” put on sunglasses and played the saxophone on Arsenio Hall’s show, winning over the slaves. And how did he reward us? 225,000 more Blacks were incarcerated
under President Clinton than under President Reagan, the Republican President most disliked in Black America. According to the Washington Post, “During the Clinton administration, the Department of Justice grew faster than any other agency of the federal government.”[1] How many Black communities collapsed, how many Black families were destroyed, how many children were reared without a father, under Clinton’s destructive power? Can the damage even be reversed?

And Hillary’s mass incarceration bona fides are just as robust as Bill’s. In 1994, right before William Jefferson’s Trail of Black Tears, she said with both nerve and verve:

“We need more police, we need more and tougher prison sentences for repeat offenders. The ‘three-strikes-and-you’re-out’ for violent offenders has to be part of the plan. We need more prisons to keep violent offenders for as long as it takes to keep them off the streets.”

140701_POL_HillaryClintonAlabama.jpg.CROP.promovar-mediumlargeHow Hillary Clinton was able to get half of the Congressional Black Caucus to endorse her, including Corey Booker, Lacy Clay, Alcee Hastings, Sheila Jackson Lee, John Lewis, and Charles Rangel, is an enduring mystery. And many notable Black celebrities must be rethinking their support after the crushing BLM exposé.

Only Black Lives Matter, it seems, has the courage to press these candidates where the journalists and civil rights “leaders” have utterly failed. But when we look a little deeper, we find that Black Lives Matter has a critical power those Black pretenders do not possess. As of August 15, 2015, at least 1,007 BLM demonstrations have been held worldwide. The most important of those occurred in the shopping malls of America when they targeted Christmas of 2014 with a strategic boycott, making a direct hit to America’s economic jugular vein.

As Michael Brown lay in the street for four hours, and Ferguson’s Kevlar-clad police-army rolled its tanks and turrets in the street, the leaders of Black Lives Matter boldly and brilliantly targeted the shopping centers of America. They understood that holiday shopping is key for retailers, with sales in November and December accounting for about 19 percent of annual revenue. Using the hashtag #NotOneDime they made deft use of social media and made headlines around the globe as they shut down whole malls on America’s busiest buying day—Black Friday. The result was devastating to a frail and impotent American economy teetering on the edge of collapse. Six million shoppers stayed home, and sales plummeted by 11% on that 4-day weekend alone. That adds up to $7 billion in lost revenue, according to the National Retail Federation.[2]

And THIS $7 billion BLM sledgehammer is why Hillary was forced to stand there and engage—even negotiate with—Black Lives Matter.

In effect, Black Lives Matter carried out Martin Luther King’s blueprint for forcing real change in the American system. In his very last speech in Memphis, Tennessee, Dr. King said that when we Blacks feel pain, “we must kind of redistribute the pain.” He specifically said the targeting of the economy through boycotts and strategic buying forces results from a nation’s white leaders, who, like Hillary, understand nothing but money. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King said in 1968:

“We have an annual income of more than thirty billion dollars a year, which is more than all of the exports of the United States, and more than the national budget of Canada. Did you know that? That’s power right there, if we know how to pool it.”

King called this strategy Economic Withdrawal, and that is exactly what Black Lives Matter did last Christmas. They went to the American Retail “Bank”—IN UNITY—and made a $7 billion withdrawal. And that is why Clinton could ignore the “Black leaders” but could not ignore BLM; and that is why a photo of Hillary’s fateful encounter with Bro. Julius et al is on the front page (above the fold) of the August 20th New York Times.


Hillary Clinton also knows that The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has called for a massive gathering of all oppressed groups in America on October 10th of this year in Washington, DC. It is the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March with the forthright, uncompromising, righteous demand of Justice Or Else! He has called for a full boycott of Christmas 2015, in complete harmony with Dr. King’s principled and just Economic Withdrawal strategy. Hillary’s husband Bill answered the first march in 1995 with a punitive push for even harsher, racially targeted “War-on-Drug” laws. Up until the BLM confrontation, the Clintons have eluded their DIRECT responsibility for the current racial disorder.

Hillary Clinton also knows that many of those who have voiced support for her have also shown a greater, deeper respect, love, admiration, and support for Minister Farrakhan. These are intelligent Black men and women in the various fields of entertainment who share the aims and objectives of Martin Luther King, Black Lives Matter, and The Minister, and they are more than willing to tell their fans and followers “Hands Up Don’t Buy!” this Christmas.

We must thank our Brother Julius Jones and Black Lives Matter for their direct action in commanding the political world to pay attention to the serious issues that are affecting Blacks and oppressed people in America. They exposed the fatal weakness of the American political system as a means of securing any real justice. But they also have shown us the power and potential of Economic Withdrawal as a potent political weapon. This Christmas, as our unity amplifies our demands for Justice in America, Blacks are more ready than ever to show America the real power of OR ELSE!


UPDATE: Aug. 21, 2015: Black Lives Matter offers “A comprehensive package of urgent policy solutions – informed by data, research and human rights principles – can change the way police serve our communities.”


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[1] Washington Post, February 9, 2001. Quoted in