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U.S. Steel: The Unmaking of Braddock, PA

U.S. Steel has captured the hearts and attention of America once again. And when politics are involved, some stories just seem to dominate the headlines more than others.   Suddenly, with the help of elected officials and social media, these manufactured narratives and conversations are instantly spread all over the U.S., prompting mainstream media to […]

Reparations: A Glaring Double Standard

Reparations: A Glaring Double Standard   A glaring double standard exists in America when it comes to the humanity of Black American descendants of slavery compared to new arrival migrants, those suffering abroad and wealthy white communities.   And as the UHA Tenth Biennial Conference: “Reparations & the Right to the City” descends on perhaps […]

Reparations from the culture committing the crimes

Reparations must now become front and center in the fight for Black American liberation and economic justice. And after the coming midterms, Black leadership must be encouraged to elevated reparations to the top of any political conversations concerning poverty, crime, housing, judicial, education, social and economic Justice for Black American descendants of slavery.   Everything […]

Crimes Against Humanity

Crimes against Humanity and other barbaric tendencies have always been a part of European nature and culture throughout recorded history. Slavery is a system that existed in various continents during the colonial era, including Africa.   However, slavery in Africa was more like a form of indentured servitude based on known historical records. It was […]

Community Agenda: Empowering Solutions for Survival

Community Agenda development is critical to the survival of America’s vanishing Black communities. Building consensus, support and “critical mass” for a community agenda is like getting ketchup to flow from the container. The Braddock Inclusion Project is developing the frame work for an agenda to present to the larger community in a sustained effort to […]

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 […]