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Editorials Reparations Racism and Injustice
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Written by Brotha Pruitt ID4340   
Thursday, 01 May 2008 05:13

As African-Americans expend so much energy on the election I hope they are not oblivious to situations that prove racism is still their main problem. Racism is a historical constant that reflects the general American attitude and behavior directed towards Black people. Assessing individual tragedies ranging from Emmitt Till to Meagen Williams to Sean Bell. Understanding the intentional introduction of AIDS and the war on Drugs in black communities. Recognizing the aftermath of victimization of the region and people left homeless following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Realizing the despair created by the new national invisible attack of gentrification. Considering the roll back of conservative white backlash and the submission of Affirmative-Action Programs. You can safely say with force and vigor that racism has been and still is the greatest problem facing African-Americans today!


Since Black people are aware of these facts it is beyond my comprehension to know that 95% of Black leaders and 10% of the Black population refuse to return to the Civil Rights Movement mode. What and who are keeping African-Americans from coming together to iron out their differences, and agree on an agenda or plan, to get them to the point where they can address racism and win reparations. African-Americans need to confront whites perpetrating racism and blacks acting as sell outs to prevent Black Unity and Collective- Action. This is this most critical time in the history of this nation for African- Americans. It is time for Black people to endorse a plan that will enable them to fight against negative forces that are killing them and pulling all of America down!!


In spiritual, historical and social context, it is time for Black people to create a Power Base. This is the only way they can solve any problem or generate social programs that will have a real affect and lasting benefits. They should emphasize the need for recovering their traditional heritage of fighting against injustice. They should understand the need for rehabilitation after experiencing the impact of psychological damage, induced over an extended period of time, triggered by unfavorable impositions mentioned above. This causes continuous frustration knowing there is nothing they can do, living in an integrated society, with those who constantly prove they hate you. Reparations and sovereignty is the least white and jew Americans can offer after treating blacks like slaves, three fifths of a person and second class citizens, who better not expect equal justice and protection under the law. Blacks should study sovereignty and move accordingly. African-Americans do not need a school here, a farm there or people held accountable for their actions everywhere. Black people need the eradication and implementation of all of the elements in this message and more, which will come with the Five Phase Plan course of action to win reparations and achieve sovereignty!!!

Complete Love to the Black Nation,

Brotha Pruitt

Brotha Pruitt

Reparations Leader and Chairman

Committee for African American Reparations (CAAR)

Reparations Union Lobbying Association (RULA)


Editorials Reparations Racism and Injustice

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