In the process of researching the history of “Black Supremacy” (more appropriately termed fear of Black Supremacy) we learned that one of the major triggers for the enormous increase in articles referring to Black Supremacy in the late 1950s and throughout the 1960s had been the teachings of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. Interestingly enough, The Honorable Elijah … More Mr. Muhammad Speaks
We saw on Twitter where someone said: “Ida B Wells may have coined the phrase “wh**e supremacy…” Real simple…real quick Ida B. Wells DID NOT coin the phrase “wh**e supremacy.” The need to legitimize Black people using a phrase that was not invented by us or for us shows the people pushing that agenda are fresh out … More A History of Wh**e Supremacy: Ida B. Wells Did NOT Coin The Phrase “Wh**e Supremacy”
Racism Alive And Well It’s become customary to suppose that a measure of discrimination is built into whiteness itself, a racial category that has often functioned as a purely negative designation: to be white in America is to be not nonwhite, which is why it was possible, in 1961, for a white woman from Kansas … More What is being white?
“We now are in the 21st century. Recently, there has been an unraveling and an analysis of the core issue of the first global power system of mass oppression– the power system of racism (white supremacy). Once the collective victim (non-white population) understands this fundamental issue, the ultimate organizing of all of the appropriate behaviors … More From the Welsing Institute