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The C.O.W.S. | Cannabis in Washington, D.C.: Thursday, February 27th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific on Black Talk Radio Network™

 

 

 

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The Context of White Supremacy welcomes Washington, D. C. Councilmember Yvette M. Alexander. Councilmember Alexander has been a member of the Council of the District of Columbia since 2007. She chaired the Committee on Aging and Community Affairs from 2009 through 2010 and the Committee on Public Services and Consumer Affairs from 2011 through 2012. Presently, she serves as Chair of the Committee on Health and is responsible for oversight of Department of Health, Department of Health Care Finance, Department of Behavioral Health, Health Professions and Boards and Licensing. The momentum to legalize and/or decriminalize cannabis has hit the nation’s capitol. During a recent DC Council vote, Ms. Alexander was the lone opponent to relaxing punitive cannabis laws. She suggested that decriminalization “will increase more attraction to this area for the sale of drugs. Because the purchase of drugs has little to no repercussion.” We’ll see what evidence she has to support this claim, and we’ll get her response to critics who claim she is misinformed and perpetuating laws that adversely impact black DC citizens.

 

 

 

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About: Context of White Supremacy

 

The C.O.W.S. Radio Program is specifically engineered for black & non-white listeners – Victims of White Supremacy. The purpose of this program is to provide Victims of White Supremacy with constructive information and suggestions on how to counter Racist Woman & Racist Man.

 

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“illegal alien” | The United-Independent Compensatory Code/System/Concept: A Compensatory Counter-Racist Codified Word Guide by Neely Fuller Jr.

uiccsc word guide

illegal alien (page 164)

Use this word with caution.  Study the ways that others use the term.  Ask questions.

Questions:  What exactly is an “alien”?  What exactly is an “illegal alien”?  What exactly is an “alien” that is “legal”?  Are white supremacists (racists)”alien” to non-white people?  Are non-white people who are subject to white supremacy (racism) treated as if they are “illegal” and / or “alienated”?  Are the white people who participate in the practice of white supremacy (racism) “illegally alienated” from promoting the production of justice (balance between people)?

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quote by Dr. Frances Cress Welsing

Melanin is the black pigment which permits skins to appear other than white (black, brown, red and yellow).  Melanin pigment coloration is the norm for the hue-man family.  If there are non-white readers who disagree with this presentation of white rejection of the white-skinned self, may I refer you to the literature on the currently developing sun-tanning parlors.”

The Isis Papers: The Keys To The Colors, pg 199, by Dr. Frances Dr. Welsing, 3rd generation African-American (African-in-America) general and child psychiatrist practicing in Washington, D.C.

related quote: http://innerisness.com/2012/04/28/quote-by-neely-fuller-jr/

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UJAMAA SHULE: oldest independent Afrikan school in the United States

UJAMAA SHULE(SCHOOL) is an independent private school, pre-school through high school emphasizing Academic Excellence and Character Development.  UJAMAA SHULE believes in Pan-Afrikanism and Nationalism, and in the teachings and doctrines of the Honorable Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X, and Kwamé Nkrumah.

CONGRATULATIONS to our top 3 performing 2012 graduates for their meritorious academic achievements. We are especially proud of their impressive SAT scores of 1600-1900. Our ancestors are elated, as are we.

Top 3 Seniors:

 Sijui Kama Bartrum

 Chinwe Egwim

Camara Johnson

 Let us build a better tomorrow for your child today because:

  • A large percentage of Afrikan children attending public schools finish high school unable to read, write or compute adequately.

  • A large percentage of Afrikan children finish school with no positive concept of themselves.

  • A large percentage of Afrikan children finish school with no sense of productive values. 

  • A large percentage of Afrikan children finish school without the encouragement to further develop to their fullest potential.

UJAMAA SHULE was founded to provide an educational institution that would ensure Afrikan children the development of a strong positive self-image, a sense of values, and the achievement of academic excellence.  UJAMAA’s program provides for positive approaches to meeting life’s challenges. It is our purpose to continue to develop the total being, to help each child reach his or her ultimate goals and develop to their highest potential.

UJAMAA SHULE is the oldest independent Afrikan school in the United States. Together, we can provide a strong foundation for your child’s future.

Our program includes:

• Afrikan Culture and History
•Advanced Mathematics & Science
•Afrikan Drum & Dance
•Computers
•Martial Arts
•Manhood & Womanhood Training Workshops
•Annual Science Fair
•Small Class Size
•Family Oriented Environment

We build character, independence, and encourage positive approaches to meeting life’s challenges. Our goal is to facilitate the highest potential within each child.

When you recognize your child’s capabilities, their academic success has no limit. Because we teach children as early as 2, your child can be reading and writing by
age 4.

44TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION ON SUNDAY, MAY 6, 2012 

2:00-7:00PM AT HOWARD UNIVERSITY

ARMOUR J. BLACKBURN CENTER, WASHINGTON, DC

44TH Anniversary Guest Speaker:  Dr. Umar A. Johnson

Nationally Certified School Psychologist

 

THEORY OF UJAMAA SHULE

The basic concept of UJAMAA (Co-Operative Economics and Family Hood) originally evolved out a critical need to seriously analyze the then existing educational program (of mis-educating) within the D.C. Public School System.  In a very realistic and positive fashion, there was a need to establish and Independent Afrikan Institution, which would, in fact, address the needs and aspirations of young Afrikan children suffering within the confines of a decaying urban environment.  The kind of education that was being taught in the public schools was of such a poor quality that it, in effect, perpetuated a crippling system of mis-education and failure for our children: therefore, it became absolutely necessary to pursue a definite course of action that would, in actuality introduce a program that placed specific emphasis on the cultural as well as the academic aspects of Afrikan education.

The schools, in effect, were committing educational and cultural genocide against the youth of our communities.  Understanding that we as black people here in America are all essentially of Afrikan descent, Ujamaa introduced many facets of Afrikan culture that were actually put into practice this we feel is a valid and wholesome approach to properly educate and hopefully reshape the minds of our young Afrikan children.

UJAMAA SCHOOL
1554 8th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 232-2997     
Fax: (202) 234-3866
Email: ujamaaschool1@verizon.net

  Our Afrikan Ujamaa dancers and drummers are available for performances.  

Please contact Dr. El Senzengakulu Zulu for information.

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