1970s Black Music Live
I came up on this music! 1 LOVE
Malcolm X on Front Page Challenge, January 5, 1965
"I think that the guilt complex of the American white man is so profound, until when you begin to analyze the real condition of the Black man in America, instead of the American white man eliminating the causes that create that condition, he tries to cover it up by accusing his accusers of teaching hate, but actually they’re just exposing him for being responsible for what exists."
"I don’t call that violence. I don’t in any way encourage Black people to go out and initiate acts of aggression indiscriminately against whites. But I do believe that the Black man in the United states, and any human being anywhere, is well within his right to do whatever is necessary, by any means necessary, to protect his life and property, especially in a country where the federal government itself has proven that it is either unable or unwilling to protect the lives and property of those human beings."
"We feel that the problem, number one, of the Black man in America, is beyond America’s ability to solve. It’s a human problem, not an American problem or a Negro problem. And as a human problem, or a world problem, we feel that it should be taken out of the jurisdiction of the United States government and the United States courts, and taken into the United Nations in the same manner that the problems of the Black man in South Africa, Angola, and other parts of the world, and even the way they’re trying to bring the problems of the Jews in Russia into the United Nations because of violation of human rights. We believe that our problem is one not of violation of civil rights, but a violation of human rights. Not only are we denied the right to be a citizen in the United States, we’re denied the right to be a human being."
The European Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (ECDC) released an assessment on Monday of the accidental release of more than 11 gallons of concentrated live poliovirus into the environment in Belgium.
The ECDC said in its weekly Communicable Disease Threats Report that the accidental release represents a risk to public health if susceptible populations, including areas with low vaccine coverage, are exposed to contaminated water or mud. The ECDC specified the Lasne and Dyle rivers, which join the Escaut/Scheldt River and flows into the southwestern portion of the Netherlands where orthodox Protestant communities with low polio vaccination coverage live.
GlaxoSmithKline released the polio into the water in the city of Rixensart on Sept. 2, which was then conducted directly into a water treatment plant.
jade // don’t walk away, 1993
Vintage Unfriendly Black Hotties
Don’t walk awayyyyy boyyyy my love won’t hurt youuu
We still dress like this