12.27.09 07:49PM PST

  1. My Person Of The Year and The Decade is #NEDA! May God's Good Grace Continue to Guide Our Grind. -cindy adrienne quashie- aka ~BROKE~
  2. gone be a Blue Moon soon, and so many, many, cannot count the many howls of women, children, men not able to be heard from war grounds.
  3. this is why i cannot discuss reparations, for you cannot pay me like you owe me with my own money. am a Broke Pimp, that ain't gone work
  4. how the hell, am posed to wait 'til you done using up Mother earth to 'inherit' what belong to me?
  5. that stuff about the meek inheriting the Earth was written in 1641, 'bout a million years after God said THIS WORLD IS MINE!
  6. this decade ain't seen nothing but a whole generation slain in vain, for what? So, one set of conquering marauders can uphold another set?
  7. i said SAUDI ARABIA, everybody seem to know the king, ask him where them fewls family stay at and pay a call on they ass.
  8. and anybody talking about 'don't go into Mecca' DO NOT BRING HUMAN'S HONEST THEOLOGY into an evil, vile, criminal discussion.
  9. @InvasiveNotes it is carnival in Ma BornLand, Celebration of Life, so I am doing foods, lol. Today a tomato slice ;)
  10. It is my hope that just pissed you off. Welcome, for I am seething at the Way My Blue Collar Neighbors of The Muslim Faith are treated.
  11. What do Sons of Nigerian Bankers and Saudi Kings have in profiling common? They are TERRORISTS!
  12. now A NIGERIAN lands in Detroit and We are headed for Yemen.
  13. i am still waiting to hear from SAUDI ARABIA about SAUDI ARABIANS murdering Americans on 9-11
  14. for a second time this decade, foreign royals attack US and US go another country's 'peasants'.
  15. Richie Spice - The Plane Land http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WA9Jd45cMrc since 9-11, this is what it's like for Caribbeans arriving in US

"say my name and i will never be gone from you." The Ancestors


The FBI is currently seeking information on more than 100 unsolved civil rights murders that occurred prior to 1969. These cases are being reexamined as a result of the Civil Rights-era Cold Case Initiative, a joint effort with federal, state and local law enforcement partners, as well as community leaders and civic organizations. A partial listing of these cold cases is presented below.

OCTOBER 9, 2009 UPDATE: The cases in RED have been fully assessed by the FBI. We are still seeking information regarding the remaining cases.

Victim(s) Name
Date of Death
Location of Death
Louis Allen January 31, 1964 Liberty, MS
Benjamin Brown May 10, 1967 Jackson, MS
Charles Brown June 20, 1957 Yazoo City, MS
Jessie Brown January 13, 1965 Winona, MS
Silas Caston March 1, 1964 Jackson, MS
Vincent Dahmon May-July 1966 Natchez, MS
Roman Ducksworth April 1961 or 1962 Taylorsville, MS
Jimmie Griffen (Griffin) September 24, 1965 near Sturgis, MS
Paul Guihard September 30, 1962 Oxford, MS
Wharlest Jackson February 27, 1967 Natchez, MS
George Lee May 7, 1955 Belzoni, MS
Sylvester Maxwell Body discovered
January 17, 1963
Canton, MS
Robert McNair November 6, 1964 Pelahatchie, MS
Clinton Melton December 3, 1955 Tallahatchie, MS
Booker Mixon October 12, 1959 Clarksdale, MS
Mack Parker April 25, 1959 Poplarville, MS
William Prather November 1, 1959 Corinth, MS
Johnny Queen August 8, 1965 Fayette, MS
Donald Raspberry February 1965 Okolona, MS
Jessie Shelby January 29, 1956 Yazoo City, MS
Ed Smith April 27, 1958 State Line, MS
Lamar Smith August 13, 1955 Brookhaven, MS
Eddie Stewart July 9, 1966 Jackson or
Crystal Springs, MS
Saleam Triggs January 23, 1965 Hattiesburg, MS
Clifton Walker February 28, 1964 Woodville or Natchez, MS
Willie Edwards January 23, 1957 Montgomery, AL
Rogers Hamilton October 22, 1957 Fort Deposit, AL
Mattie Green May 19, 1960 Ringgold, GA
Willie Joe Sanford March 1, 1957 Hawkinsville, GA
Izell Henry 1954 Greensburg, LA
Oneal Moore June 2, 1965 Varnado, LA
Frank Morris December 10, 1964 Ferriday, LA
Robert Wilder or
John Wesley Wilder
July 17, 1965 Ruston, LA
Ladislado Urese April 22, 1953 San Antonio, TX
Harry Moore December 25, 1951 Mims, FL
Harriette Moore January 3, 1952 Mims, FL


Signature of Robert S. Mueller, III

TELEPHONE: (202) 324-3000

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World Aids Day - Tuesday December 01, 2009

WAC / Home - World AIDS Campaign | English:

"The World AIDS Campaign is a global coalition of national, regional and international civil society groups united by the call for governments to honour their AIDS commitments under the slogan “Stop AIDS. Keep the Promise.” The campaign is governed by a steering committee of global constituency-based networks and supported by a team of support staff based primarily in Cape Town, South Africa and partially in Amsterdam, The Netherlands."

WTO - Seattle, WA November 30, 1999

Nov. 30, 2009 marks the 10th anniversary of the first tumultuous day in 1999, when thousands of protestors disrupted and finally shut down the international meeting of the World Trade Organization in Seattle. In this documentary, KCTS 9 Producer John DeGraaf reflects on the events by interviewing former Seattle Mayor Paul Schell and Police Chief Norm Stamper.

Airs Monday, Nov. 30 at 8:00 p.m. KCTS9 PBS, Seattle, WA

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WTO - Seattle, WA November 30, 1999

(to date none of the agreed to initiatives have been implemented)
Am still LIVE! from 4th Ave, just ten years older

ReBlog from The Political Carnival

Ted Kennedy's Letter to Barack Obama


With great thanks to TPM for their wonderful work tonight. I hope they don't mind that I'm posting this letter in full. It deserves an uninterrupted reading:
Dear Mr. President,

I wanted to write a few final words to you to express my gratitude for your repeated personal kindnesses to me - and one last time, to salute your leadership in giving our country back its future and its truth.

On a personal level, you and Michelle reached out to Vicki, to our family and me in so many different ways. You helped to make these difficult months a happy time in my life.

You also made it a time of hope for me and for our country.

When I thought of all the years, all the battles, and all the memories of my long public life, I felt confident in these closing days that while I will not be there when it happens, you will be the President who at long last signs into law the health care reform that is the great unfinished business of our society. For me, this cause stretched across decades; it has been disappointed, but never finally defeated. It was the cause of my life. And in the past year, the prospect of victory sustained me-and the work of achieving it summoned my energy and determination.

There will be struggles - there always have been - and they are already underway again. But as we moved forward in these months, I learned that you will not yield to calls to retreat - that you will stay with the cause until it is won. I saw your conviction that the time is now and witnessed your unwavering commitment and understanding that health care is a decisive issue for our future prosperity. But you have also reminded all of us that it concerns more than material things; that what we face is above all a moral issue; that at stake are not just the details of policy, but fundamental principles of social justice and the character of our country.

And so because of your vision and resolve, I came to believe that soon, very soon, affordable health coverage will be available to all, in an America where the state of a family's health will never again depend on the amount of a family's wealth. And while I will not see the victory, I was able to look forward and know that we will - yes, we will - fulfill the promise of health care in America as a right and not a privilege.

In closing, let me say again how proud I was to be part of your campaign- and proud as well to play a part in the early months of a new era of high purpose and achievement. I entered public life with a young President who inspired a generation and the world. It gives me great hope that as I leave, another young President inspires another generation and once more on America's behalf inspires the entire world.

So, I wrote this to thank you one last time as a friend- and to stand with you one last time for change and the America we can become.

At the Denver Convention where you were nominated, I said the dream lives on.

And I finished this letter with unshakable faith that the dream will be fulfilled for this generation, and preserved and enlarged for generations to come.

With deep respect and abiding affection,


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Earth Cries

wielding fangs of greed
they fraud their future seeds
where old waves break new beach
and once spread a desert

"We Gone Let The band Handle This" - Trick Daddy Dollar$, Liberty City, FL.

Anthony "GRAND MASTER ROC RAIDA" Williams, R*I*P*
May 18, 1972 – September 19, 2009
LIVE! from The TurnTabalist
B3$T Drummer$ Bur3au & .44 Chamb3rs of ¢omm3r¢c3 A$$o¢ation.

I am LOVE!

I believe Love is An Eternal Everlasting Essence.
A most priceless passion that does not cost a thing.

Though not an ideal, when expressed without questions or qualifiers,
it is the most perfect of humanity's imperfections.

The years and The Struggles have left most Hue-Men
thinking that Love is just two minutes of sexual intercourse.

I fight this theory with every breath I take.

I know not what tomorrow holds, but I do not want it to be holding me wishing
I had said I love you to someone that I care about and no longer can.

I reject in totality that Grown Males and Females cannot be Friends and Love each other.

I believe that it is possible to Love and be in Love with someone's Soul.
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W*E* aint gone nowhere, Check Yah Blood!

TRIBE OF THE INDIAN NATIONImage by obbino via Flickr

Happy Birthday to
AMERICAN WARRIOR, Leonard Peltier September 12, 1944.

"Until the sound of The Flute no longer whistles on The Wind, until The Drummer's Hum no longer makes The Dancers Sing, Until, 'til then Until." ~BROKE~

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Life is BEAUTIFUL - MaMa Gertrude Baines

AP – FILE - In this April 6, 2009 file photo Gertrude Baines celebrates her 115th birthday
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Born in Shellman, Georgia, Baines was the third daughter of Jordan (1863–October 23, 1921) and Amelia "Amy" (Daniel) Baines, who were married in Terrell County, Georgia on January 1, 1887. She recalled that her earliest memory was that of a car ride to Canada.[2]

Baines later married Sam Conly at a "very young age" and had a daughter, Annabelle, born in 1909, who died of typhoid fever at age 18. In 1920, Gertrude Conley was recorded in the 1920 census as living in Hartford, Connecticut. She later moved to Ohio, where she worked as a maid at Ohio State University, before moving much later to California. Baines lived at the Western Convalescent Home in Jefferson Park, Los Angeles until her death.[3] She lived on her own until she was 105. According to MSNBC.com, she enjoyed "simple pleasures" of eating a diet of bacon and eggs, and watched shows like The Price Is Right and Jerry Springer.

Baines was a daughter of a man born into slavery and granddaughter of Peter and Avey (or Avie) Ann Bains, former slaves.

Baines voted for Barack Obama in the 2008 U.S. presidential election. The only time she voted in the United States Presidential election prior to voting for Obama was for John F. Kennedy in 1960.[4]

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