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Latoya Ruby Frazier

Braddock, a Historic portrait of America

Many people have never heard of Braddock, Pennsylvania, an industrial town on the Monongahela River, just a 20-minute drive from Pittsburgh. Just over 2,000 people live there. The town’s defining feature is itself a remnant of outdated industry — Andrew Carnegie’s steel mill, built in 1872. But photographer LaToya Ruby Frazier‘s work tells a story that […]

THE RIGHT TO EXIST

The right to exist for Black Americans was yet again on display barley a week into 2021 as Americans watched an angry mob of white individuals storm the U.S. Capitol, seeming to overwhelm Capitol Police, who struggled to contain the violence. Eventually law and order gave in to the mob in some cases and allowed […]

Black Liberation: Rebirth

Black Liberation and unity should be at the top of Black leaderships list when planning for the tumultuous times that are sure to come post Covid-19. Not only should it be at the top of leaderships list, but a top priority for every Black American individual who is capable of understanding what is taking place […]

Unequal Societies and Black Leadership during COVID-19

Unequal Societies and White supremacy by their very nature and intent requires the continuing oppression and subordination of Black American leadership, what is left of the Black community and, over the course of the outbreak, may require the sacrifice of their very lives. Subordination of an entire people requires that the people in some way […]

BLACK AMERICANS: ALARM AT THE GATE,THE FINAL TRIBULATION AWAITS

The new coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19, continues to spread quickly, threatening the health and economy of the United States. It’s also threatening the already grim outlook of Survival for Black Americans in America. Since January, nearly 250,000 cases have been confirmed across the country and the Death toll in the U.S. has topped […]

“US TOO” Black Survival: 21st Century

“Us too” is a viable and extremely necessary concept that this organization is embracing, uplifting and working towards putting into practice. In this extremely dangerous time in American history where “Go back to where you came from” is a growing sentiment among the majority population of the dominate society we live in; it is essential […]

Black voter turnout is essential for radical economic and social change

Black voter power must be collectively harnessed and nurtured  at this very moment in time. It is no secret by now that the access to vital economic resources, massive cash amounts being hoarded by the privileged and elite, are essential to the liberation of Black America. But to have a fighting chance Black voter turnout […]

Foundation redlining: Braddock Inclusion Project receives first grant

America has long resisted grappling with its history of slavery, legacy of anti-Black racism, and with the impact they’ve had on the Black community. Foundation redlining and Bias against Black-led organizations and individuals has fed a false narrative about their effectiveness and worthiness for investment. There’s a long history of philanthropic neglect and under-investment in […]

limited Separation must be considered for Black America

If other nations and other nationalities require their own communities, history, libraries and institutions to deal with their own issues, so do Black Americans. Limited Separation may provide some relief, time and solutions. This means we must cover a lot of territory. Black Americans must educate themselves in Psychology, History, Sociology, Anthropology, Political Science, Economics […]

Criminogenic Society Dictates Dismantling Of Black Communities

With the opening of a new upscale restaurant in one of western Pennsylvania’s poorest communities It’s extremely important that we present and talk about things going forwards in context. In a criminogenic society, this is extremely important because we live in a structure where the method of decontextualizing subject matters, taking context out of a […]