As my first official post, I decided to convert the timeline I compiled on the history of racial violence: revolts, race riots, lynchings, etc. It
Unlike the Timeline on Violence, there are no individual, external motivations or sources to cite. This was a part of my entire project to provide
Recently, at the end of January this year (2020), I posted a YouTube video concerning what I feel is an intentionally pushed, yet problematic, narrative surrounding the issue of separation versus integration.
Breaking the Ideology of Separation Versus Integration: Part 1 – Abolitionist Objections to the Colonization Society
What I wanted to show in my video, and what I want to show in a bit more detail and writing here, is how and why, even if this narrative is not completely incorrect, it is completely misleading to view things from that perspective.
Breaking the Ideology of Separation Versus Integration: Part 2 – Booker T. Washington Versus W.E.B. Du Bois
Introduction In Part 1 of this series, I covered the various back-to-Africa and colonization schemes that happened early in American history. As I pointed out,
Breaking the Ideology of Separation Versus Integration: Part 3 – Marcus Garvey Versus W.E.B. Du Bois
Introduction In Part 2 of this series, I covered Booker T. Washington’s contention with W.E.B. Du Bois. I would encourage everyone (before reading this) to go back
Breaking the Ideology of Separation Versus Integration: Part 4 – the N.A.A.C.P. Versus W.E.B. Du Bois
Introduction The last part was on Marcus Garvey. This section will be a little bit less involved and complicated; however, it marks a very important
Breaking the Ideology of Separation Versus Integration: Part 5 – Dr. King and the Mainstream Civil Rights Movement Versus Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam
Introduction The last part was on W.E.B. Du Bois and the N.A.A.C.P. Transitioning to the next era, by the 1960s, two major movements were established
An issue immediately occurs when attempting to view the history of racism and white supremacy from the perspective of colonialism, the exploitation of labor, and
Nazis and Hitler are often associated with the worst possible of all movements and sets of events in history, represented usually by WW2 and the
*I’m going to add an early note about the use of the term ‘Illuminati’. Today that term is often used to describe any occult or
Breaking the Ideology of Separation Versus Integration: Series Conclusion – What Was Learned and What Can Be Applied Today?
I wanted to only do a basic summary for the Breaking the Ideology of Separation Versus Integration series. Here, I will briefly discuss some of
There have been some, particularly right-wing, propaganda claims about the origins of the coronavirus. Along with those individuals and outlets going with the mainstream narrative