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Necessary Blackness Podcast Ep.1

Necessary Blackness Podcast Ep. 1

Necessary Blackness Podcast with award winning filmmaker Rahiem Shabazz speaking on the perils of public education and what must be done to dismantle the school to prison pipeline.itunes

 

 

Rahiem Shabazz Receives 2016 #BlackPowerAward for Documentary Filmmaking

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Elementary Genocide 2: The Board of Education vs The Board of Incarceration received an award in the documentary category at the 2016 “Black Power Awards”. The Black Power Awards was held in Atlanta on Saturday, November 12th, 2016 to celebrate Black excellence, activism and our contribution to the world. The celebratory event showed and proved the strength and spirit of African people on a grand scale.

The Black Carpet Affair showcased the elegance and upscale attire of all those in attendance. Executive Producer, DJ set the tone when he stated, “When the Kente commands as much value as Gucci. then its a new day”. So, in customary fashion, we showed up and showed out.

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Below is a brief clip of Rahiem Shabazz accepting 1st award of the night for his award winning film, “Elementary Genocide 2.

 

Debut Screening of #ElementaryGenocide In Oregon

The Elementary Genocide documentary screening will make its debut in Oregon. Rahiem Shabazz will be in the Ashland area of Oregon from Oct.31 to Nov. 4th. All Events Are Free & Open To The Public!

WEDNESDAY, Nov. 2 @ 6 PM

ROGUE RIVER ROOM, STEVENSON UNION

 

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A High School Teacher Allegedly Told A Student To “Lick Me Where I Fart”

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There should never be a debate on whether education should come from the teachers, parents or stake holders in the community in which the students reside. It defies logic to not push for true nationhood and complete sovereignty from America’s racist institution.

Children do not learn from those they don’t like. After the following disparaging remarks were made by High School English teacher in Ontario, Canada, there was cause for concern to how systematic racism is pertinent throughout America.

Ontario College of Teachers, Jennifer Elizabeth Green-Johnson, who teaches grades 10 through 12 at at Dunnville Secondary School, has also been accused of calling a student a “bloody pedophile,” and allegedly said another “looked like a frumpy old lady today.”

Green-Johnson also allegedly said, “Get that fucking thing out of here” to a student who brought in coffee; told a student, “I have never said this to a student before but fuck you;” and said, “It’s debate, not masturbate” to the class, all within the 2015-2016 school year.

Green-Johnson was suspended for a month without pay last January for professional misconduct, in part because she saw one male student jump on another’s back and responded, “So, you like it from behind?”

There will be a hearing to determine if Green-Johnson is guilty of the charges on September 23.

Green-Johnson did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

An immediate firing in the only solution and remedy the lack of compassion and professionalism for tomorrow’s bright mind of the future. We will follow this case closely to see the out come and push for the termination of a teacher who is not worthy, to reach in the community, occupied my Melanoid people. If Green-Johnson can no longer get her pupils to lick her where she farts, she’ll probably have better luck in finding out how to pleasure herself on lovegasm’s blog.

Earn the solution to the problem in Elementary Genocide 1 & Elementary Genocide 2

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Family Sues After 7-Year-Old Gets Handcuffed At School For Crying

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Kaylb with his mother, Tomesha Primm

What is taking place in the educational system in America is symbolic to the wrenching condition and racist views of society. For as far back as we can remember, education was used as a weapon of oppression to subjugate Blacks. The racial educational barriers erected by systemic racism, is alive and well today in 2016. So, it does not surprise me to read about a 7-year old being handcuffed at school for merely crying.

Kaylb Wiley Primm, a second grader attends a public school in Kansas City. He is only 7 years old, less than 4 feet tall and weighs less than 50 pounds, but the police officer considered him a threat to his and others safety.

 

The incident began when a school-based police officer happened to walk by Kaylb’s classroom and hear him crying and disrupting other students, according to a lawsuit filed last week by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of Kaylb’s family. When Kaylb continued to cry and yell in the hallway, against the officer’s requests, the officer put the child in handcuffs and brought him to the main office, where he sat until a parent arrived.

There is a growing movement of concern parents who are opting out of sending their children to the public school system and are deciding to home school. This is one of many solutions that is discussed in the award winning documentary Elementary Genocide. If you haven’t viewed it… Get your copy today.

 

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Elementary Genocide 2 Receives Nomination For Black Power Awards

 

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We would like to thank everyone for voting for Elementary Genocide 2: The Board of Education vs The Board of Incarceration.

We are excited at being a nominee at ‘The Black Power Awards‘. Being a nominee means a great deal, but the impetus behind the awards is much greater.

Remember, we are the immortal archetype to forever be mimicked by others who try to steal what we created. #BlackPower

 

For those who are interested in attending, the event is November 12th, 2016

 

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Kindergartners are Being Suspended for Calling Out Answers During Class

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Annually, approximately 3 million students, most of whom are in high school, receive out-of-school suspensions. However, more and more children in preschool or kindergarten are being sent home as punishment for infractions that would make you raise your eyebrows.

In a PBS NewsHour Special, John Merrow discusses suspensions within the Success Charter School Network in New York City, which started in 2006 and now consists of 34 schools, most of which are elementary schools. The network employs the “no excuses” model of educating, which means that teachers are held responsible for students doing well in school. The network refuses to accept excuses why a student does not do well—not hunger, sickness, or even violence within the home.

At Success Academy Prospect Heights, students have a list of 65 infractions that they must not commit. These infractions range from serious offenses like bullying and down to something as simple as “failing to be in a ready-for-success position,” whatever that means. Students are also not allowed to get out of their seats unless they have permission, nor can they call out an answer without raising their hand. All of these offenses can quickly lead to suspension.

 

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School Calls Police on Girl Using 2 Dollar Bill to Buy Her Chicken Nuggets! It Gets Worse!

 

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When 13-year-old eighth grader, Danesiah Neal, tried to spend a 2 Dollar Bill at lunch at Christa McAuliffe Middle School, she was detained and threatened with a felony!

It gets worse! The 2 Dollar Bill investigation had to go all the way to the bank to get solved!

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Red Cross Don’t Like Black People

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A day doesn’t go by that Black folks are not vilified by media, disrespected by retailers and harassed by rouge police officers. The negative images are often times blamed on the victim and in Black folks case, rap music. But, being stereotyped is nothing new to melaninated people. So it does not come as a surprise, Red Cross, which is a disaster relief organization (how ironic) released a poster geared towards children safety while swimming, would use all the black cartoon characters as the bad, unruly and rowdy kids.

Red Cross was quick to respond to state the posters will be removed from all public places. But, what won’t be removed is the racist and white supremacist mind state of Red Cross employees.

By the way, we still waiting to see when Red Cross is going to account for the $500 million collected for Haiti, but only 6 homes were built.

 

Rahiem Shabazz Receives 2016 Black Humanitarian Award of The Year

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I want to thank Black Mogul Magazine for the 2016 Black Humanitarian Award of the Year for Heroic Media Activism. It was definitely an honor accepting the award and being recognized at the 1st Annual Black Humanitarian Awards.

 

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