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Posts Tagged ‘Mumia Abu Jamal

New York City’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg: The Master Of Chaos

December 12, 2010

New York City’s Mayor Mike Bloomberg has his eye on the national political stage. He will undoubtedly tout his tenure as mayor of New York City as evidence of his ability to function as president of the United States or in another capacity of great influence on the national level. There is a metaphysical pattern that […]

Free Mumia Abu Jamal & The Scott Sisters:The Numerology Of Injustice

November 16, 2010

The cases of death row political prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal and the Scott Sisters speak to what it is to be a person of African ancestry in America.  The stories of Mumia Abu Jamal and the Scott Sisters crystallize the disparity between the powerful and the powerless, in the ongoing struggle between the oppressors and the oppressed. The aforementioned cases are similar due to the […]

BWA KAYIMAN: JOURNEY “4” LIBERATION

August 14, 2010

The Haitian Revolution owes its existence to the Bwa Kayiman ceremony that took place on August 14, 1791. This date is significant not only for what it “stands for” as the most successful revolt against chattel slavery, which led Haiti to become the first independent “Black Republic” in the western world.  The very date of Bwa Kayiman was a spiritually […]