Rev. Al Sharpton Helping To Profile Blacks As Mindless Children.

You are here: Home / News / Rev. Al Sharpton Helping To Profile Blacks As Mindless Children. Like Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry 1 (ThyBlackMan.com) I hate this video. While Sharpton is out partying in the street, Trump supporters are arming themselves to the teeth. This nation is in the most dire straits that it’s been in since the Civil War, and this guy is out dancing in the street, the epitome of the happy negro. The behavior of Al Sharpton – this so-called civil rights leader – sends…

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Russia says missing crew of pirated ship believed to be in Nigeria

Russia’s foreign ministry says it is closely following developments since pirates attacked a ship off the coast of West Africa last week and is assisting with negotiations over the safety of eight crew members held hostage. Foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova, speaking at a press conference from Pyatigorsk while attending a youth festival, confirmed that three of the eight who were abducted by an armed group on August 14 were Russian nationals. She identified them as a captain, V.V. Slepchenko, along with  senior assistant N.N. Ruzhitsky and mechanic O.V. Druzhinin.…

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South Africa: Will IMF Bailout Rumours Kickstart Economic Reforms?

Cape Town — There seems to be a growing consensus that South Africa is heading for an International Monetary Fund bailout as the country’s state-owned enterprises and weak finances project a poor economic outlook, something the National Treasury acknowledged and assured the government would address. The possibility of a bailout from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) may be the deciding factor in pushing South Africa’s government to introduce the reforms necessary to boost the country’s economy, Bloomberg reports. This comes as a government bailout for embattled power utility Eskom has…

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Sen. Tim Scott Says Democrats Are Trying To ‘Dupe’ Black Voters By Calling Out Trump’s Racism

Sen. Tim Scott can’t stop tap dancing for Trump. The man who refuses to say Donald Trump is a racist is now claiming that Democrats are trying to “dupe” Black voters by saying our president is racist. See Also: Charlottesville Hero Pushed Fiancée Out Of The Way Of Deranged Terrorist The only Black Republican in the Senate was on Fox News (of course) as they showed a montage of Democratic candidates calling out Trump racism. The South Carolina Senator then babbled, “This is an opportunity for the Democratic Party to…

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SADC summit ends with focus on Burundi, Lesotho and Zimbabwe

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has wrapped up its two-day summit in Dar es Salaam, with Tanzanian President John Magufuli taking leadership of the 16-nation body from outgoing chairman President Hage Geingob of Namibia. For now, the SADC will remain at 16 members because Burundi – hoping to join – has not met all conditions for its membership. The SADC said it plans a progress report and verification mission to Burundi in the future. A communique issued at the summit’s end focused on economic development, with “great concern” that…

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Italy allows 27 minors to leave rescue ship at Lampedusa

Unaccompanied minors aboard the Spanish sea rescue ship Open Arms were permitted to disembark at the Italian port of Lampedusa on Saturday, one day after the head of the rescue organization warned the situation aboard the ship – where migrants have been trapped for two weeks – was rapidly deteriorating. The Italian Coast Guard agreed to evacuate the 27 people following approval from Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, a hardline anti-immigrant politician who made clear the decision was not his own. It underscored divisions in Italy over the country’s rejection of…

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7 compelling reasons for Michelle Obama to run for President.

You are here: Home / News / 7 compelling reasons for Michelle Obama to run for President. Like Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry 1 (ThyBlackMan.com) This is not a prophecy but a possibility. Even when political people say they’re “not interested in running,” don’t be fooled. I’m an Alabama football fan. I vividly recall a moment in the 2018 national championship game between the Crimson Tide and Georgia Bulldogs when Alabama’s coach, Nick Saban, faced a BIG decision. Seeing his team’s sputtering offense, the clock winding down and aware…

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West Africa: Strengthen the Role of Women, Young People – It’s Key For Peace

Johannesburg — Thousands of deaths in Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea, Nigeria, Liberia and Sierra Leone are caused by the civil wars and political crises – the lack of peace – in West Africa, and this conflict leads to millions of people fleeing their home and crippling education and economic development in their communities. Some governments have been unable to respond proactively to the insecurities: Nigeria is an example, with the deadly attacks from Boko Haram leading to thousands of deaths and millions displaced millions in the past 10 years. In Cameroon more than…

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Taylor Dumpson, 1st Black Female Student Body President at American University, Awarded over $700K in Suit Against Neo-Nazi Website Founder

Taylor Dumpson (SAMAD AROUNA/THE EAGLE) The United States District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that white supremacists who used social media to threaten and harass Taylor Dumpson, the first African American female student body president of American University in Washington D.C., were liable for over $700,000 in damages and attorneys’ fees. In 2017, Taylor Dumpson was elected as American University’s student body president. The day after she was inaugurated, a hate crime targeted her on the basis of her race and gender. A masked person hung nooses around…

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Stacey Abrams Says She’d Serve as Vice President

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Correspondent@StacyBrownMedia The overcrowded Democratic presidential field has a record six women seeking the nomination. But one prominent individual who isn’t running for the top job has thrown her hat into the ring for vice president. Former Georgia Gubernatorial Candidate Stacey Abrams said she would be delighted to serve under one of the 22 candidates. “I would be honored to be considered by any nominee,” Abrams told The New York Timeson Wednesday, Aug. 14. “I’ve just come to the decision that my best value add,…

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