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Just because it doesnt resonate, doesnt mean you should negate.

Just because it doesnt resonate, doesnt mean you should negate. - 14 hours ago

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Question everything. Research everything. Dont take our word or anyone else's.
Via: @lizzybeethebusybee

Question everything. Research everything. Dont take our word or anyone else's. Via: @lizzybeethebusybee - 17 hours ago

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Before the day ends, i couldn't go without telling me people Happy Independence Day @stkittstourism 🇰🇳

Before the day ends, i couldn't go without telling me people Happy Independence Day @stkittstourism 🇰🇳 - 1 day ago

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But yall know that....right?

But yall know that....right? - 1 day ago

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CLEVELAND OHIO!!! THE UNITY WALK (@theunitywalk) WITH YARIMA KARAMA IS COMING TO YA CITY! GORDON PARK FROM 1-4PM. THE TOPICS WILL BE ECONOMICS AND POLITICS. GO CHECKOUT HIS APP "YARIMA KARAMA APP" ON YOUR IOS AND GOOGLE PLAYSTORES. 
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CLEVELAND OHIO!!! THE UNITY WALK (@theunitywalk ) WITH YARIMA KARAMA IS COMING TO YA CITY! GORDON PARK FROM 1-4PM. THE TOPICS WILL BE ECONOMICS AND POLITICS. GO CHECKOUT HIS APP "YARIMA KARAMA APP" ON YOUR IOS AND GOOGLE PLAYSTORES. SHARE SHARE SHARE!!! - 2 days ago

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😳😮😢In the 18th, 19th, and 20th century, the Caribbean had large amounts of Sugar Plantations and fields. Enslaved Africans were the major source of the labor on the plantations, and they worked all day round, planting, harvesting, milling them in the sugar refineries.

The Planting of Sugar cane in the Caribbean (Barbados) started in the 1640s and was basically farmed by a combination of Africans and Prisoners from the British Isles. The elites would later find a way to reach Africa and steal Black people who they brought to the Plantations to work.

The process of planting and processing sugarcane was very tedious. Many enslaved Africans died of disease, malnutrition, exhaustion or were killed by slavers who wanted to teach others a lesson.

In a debate by Wilberforce, for the abolishment of slavery on 18th April 1791, he confirmed the evil punishment of boiling slaves by saying that: “an overseer . . . threw a slave into the boiling cane juice, who died in four days; he was not punished otherwise than by replacing the slave, and being dismissed the service.” This and many more evil was carried out on the Africans who worked on the sugar plantations. A doctor, named James Ramsay, who worked in the sugar plantations in St Kitts, made some shocking revelations as to how slaves were treated by the overseers. In a book he wrote he gave a gorry but detailed account of it all: “The ordinary punishments of slaves, for the common crimes of neglect, absence from work, eating the sugar cane, theft, are cart whipping, beating with a stick, sometimes to the breaking of bones, the chain, an iron crook about the neck… a ring about the ankle, and confinement in the dungeon. There have been instances of slitting of ears, breaking of limbs, so as to make amputation necessary, beating out of eyes, and castration…
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#thisisamerica #share #wow #racism #slavery #freedom #melanin #juneteenth #blacklivesmatter #melaninpoppin #blackmen #blackwomen #blackisbeautiful #wakeupstandup #BlackOwnedNews #BlackOwnedUS

😳😮😢In the 18th, 19th, and 20th century, the Caribbean had large amounts of Sugar Plantations and fields. Enslaved Africans were the major source of the labor on the plantations, and they worked all day round, planting, harvesting, milling them in the sugar refineries. The Planting of Sugar cane in the Caribbean (Barbados) started in the 1640s and was basically farmed by a combination of Africans and Prisoners from the British Isles. The elites would later find a way to reach Africa and steal Black people who they brought to the Plantations to work. The process of planting and processing sugarcane was very tedious. Many enslaved Africans died of disease, malnutrition, exhaustion or were killed by slavers who wanted to teach others a lesson. In a debate by Wilberforce, for the abolishment of slavery on 18th April 1791, he confirmed the evil punishment of boiling slaves by saying that: “an overseer . . . threw a slave into the boiling cane juice, who died in four days; he was not punished otherwise than by replacing the slave, and being dismissed the service.” This and many more evil was carried out on the Africans who worked on the sugar plantations. A doctor, named James Ramsay, who worked in the sugar plantations in St Kitts, made some shocking revelations as to how slaves were treated by the overseers. In a book he wrote he gave a gorry but detailed account of it all: “The ordinary punishments of slaves, for the common crimes of neglect, absence from work, eating the sugar cane, theft, are cart whipping, beating with a stick, sometimes to the breaking of bones, the chain, an iron crook about the neck… a ring about the ankle, and confinement in the dungeon. There have been instances of slitting of ears, breaking of limbs, so as to make amputation necessary, beating out of eyes, and castration… Reposted from @blackownedus #thisisamerica #share #wow #racism #slavery #freedom #melanin #juneteenth #blacklivesmatter #melaninpoppin #blackmen #blackwomen #blackisbeautiful #wakeupstandup #BlackOwnedNews #BlackOwnedUS - 2 days ago

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Grand Risings family.  Another inspiring message from @melanated_people_social app. LETS WORK FAMILY!

Grand Risings family. Another inspiring message from @melanated_people_social app. LETS WORK FAMILY! - 2 days ago

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The ish runs deep and can make you feel like everything even life is a lie. Been there done that but we must continue to free our minds from the uckery they try to force on us. Also, teach ya children THE TRUTH! Not just yaselves.

The ish runs deep and can make you feel like everything even life is a lie. Been there done that but we must continue to free our minds from the uckery they try to force on us. Also, teach ya children THE TRUTH! Not just yaselves. - 3 days ago

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Grand Risings family.

Grand Risings family. - 3 days ago

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🗣 CALLING ALL OF CLEVELAND⚠️
September 21st @theunitywalk will be at Gordon Park located at 801 E. 72nd St. From 1 - 4 PM. 
We will be discussing Economics & Politics. This conversation is incredibly important especially since we are going into an election year. Are we ready? Do we have tangibles? What are the tangibles? How can we build aa a community and make sure our demands are met between ourselves and outside our communities? This is a discussion YOU dont want to miss!!! SHARE SHARE SHARE!!!!

🗣 CALLING ALL OF CLEVELAND⚠️ September 21st @theunitywalk will be at Gordon Park located at 801 E. 72nd St. From 1 - 4 PM. We will be discussing Economics & Politics. This conversation is incredibly important especially since we are going into an election year. Are we ready? Do we have tangibles? What are the tangibles? How can we build aa a community and make sure our demands are met between ourselves and outside our communities? This is a discussion YOU dont want to miss!!! SHARE SHARE SHARE!!!! - 3 days ago

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This life isnt easy. The purpose is difficult to achieve in totality but that wont stop us!

This life isnt easy. The purpose is difficult to achieve in totality but that wont stop us! - 4 days ago

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🗣ATTENTION ATTENTION!!! KEMETIC SCIENCE HAS BEEN HACKED! UNFOLLOW @Hsynugrxx Immediately and follow @kemeticscienceinstitute !!! We will not allow this cretin to gain off our people! Unfollow @hsynugrxx NOW!

🗣ATTENTION ATTENTION!!! KEMETIC SCIENCE HAS BEEN HACKED! UNFOLLOW @Hsynugrxx Immediately and follow @kemeticscienceinstitute !!! We will not allow this cretin to gain off our people! Unfollow @hsynugrxx NOW! - 4 days ago

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