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Before #ClaudetteColvin and a hundred years before #RosaParks, there was Elizabeth Jennings. While on her way to church to play the organ on July 16, 1854 she tried to board a streetcar of the Third Avenue Railway Company which at the time did not allow Black people as passengers. At first she was given permission to ride the streetcar as long as none of the other passengers complained, but was forcibly evicted as soon as the conductor found a policeman to help him throw her off the streetcar.

Jennings' forcible removal from the streetcar because of her race caused a massive protest against the streetcar company by members of New York’s Black community and others who felt she was unfairly treated. Support for the protest came from across the country, including from as far off as San Francisco. Elizabeth’s father Thomas Jennings hired an attorney and future president Chester A. Arthur to sue the Third Avenue Railway Company on his daughter’s behalf. At the time, New York City and New York State had no laws regarding segregation on streetcars.
Consequently, the court ruled that it had been illegal to forcibly evict Jennings solely because she was Black and awarded her $225 in damages. Her case itself did not lead to total desegregation of all streetcar lines, but it did set a precedent for future trials.

After the trial, continued her career as a church organist and her career as a teacher. Later in life, Graham opened a kindergarten for Black children in her home. The kindergarten operated from 1895 until her death on June 5, 1901. Elizabeth Jennings was buried in Brooklyn’s Cypress Hills Cemetery. #EducateUrself #ElizabethJennings #TeachTheBabiesTheTruth #YouGoneGetDisWork

You ever wonder why all the images the mainstream media shows of Afrika are always famine stricken, impoverished areas? Its part of the plan to keep you distracted from all these European countries that continue to steal all the natural resources (gold, oil, diamonds, etc..) while you think the whole continent of Afrika (54 countries) is a land of poor black savages. Oh and for all you critics that lurk and stay ready to point out things to try and discredit a post, I know Israel isn't s European country, but it's run by Europeans, so it's all the same. 😁 #AfricaIsTheRichestLandOnEarth #EducateUrself #TheAfricaTheyDontShow #YCSD #Solois7 #Truthis7l

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Before #ClaudetteColvin and a hundred years before #RosaParks, there was Elizabeth Jennings. While on her way to church to play the organ on July 16, 1854 she tried to board a streetcar of the Third Avenue Railway Company which at the time did not allow Black people as passengers. At first she was given permission to ride the streetcar as long as none of the other passengers complained, but was forcibly evicted as soon as the conductor found a policeman to help him throw her off the streetcar.

Jennings' forcible removal from the streetcar because of her race caused a massive protest against the streetcar company by members of New York’s Black community and others who felt she was unfairly treated. Support for the protest came from across the country, including from as far off as San Francisco. Elizabeth’s father Thomas Jennings hired an attorney and future president Chester A. Arthur to sue the Third Avenue Railway Company on his daughter’s behalf. At the time, New York City and New York State had no laws regarding segregation on streetcars.
Consequently, the court ruled that it had been illegal to forcibly evict Jennings solely because she was Black and awarded her $225 in damages. Her case itself did not lead to total desegregation of all streetcar lines, but it did set a precedent for future trials.

After the trial, continued her career as a church organist and her career as a teacher. Later in life, Graham opened a kindergarten for Black children in her home. The kindergarten operated from 1895 until her death on June 5, 1901. Elizabeth Jennings was buried in Brooklyn’s Cypress Hills Cemetery. #EducateUrself #ElizabethJennings #TeachTheBabiesTheTruth #YouGoneGetDisWork

@Regranned from @negus_negusti - After four weeks of testimony and over 70 witnesses in a civil trial in Memphis, Tennessee, twelve jurors reached a unanimous verdict on December 8, 1999 after about an hour of deliberations that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated as a result of a conspiracy.
In a press statement held the following day in Atlanta, Mrs. Coretta Scott King welcomed the verdict, saying , “There is abundant evidence of a major high level conspiracy in the assassination of my husband, Martin Luther King, Jr. And the civil court’s unanimous verdict has validated our belief. I wholeheartedly applaud the verdict of the jury and I feel that justice has been well served in their deliberations. This verdict is not only a great victory for my family, but also a great victory for America. It is a great victory for truth itself. It is important to know that this was a SWIFT verdict, delivered after about an hour of jury deliberation. “The jury was clearly convinced by the extensive evidence that was presented during the trial that a conspiracy of the Mafia, local, state and federal government agencies, were deeply involved in the assassination of my husband. The jury also affirmed overwhelming evidence that identified someone else, not James Earl Ray, as the shooter, and that Mr. Ray was set up to take the blame. "I want to make it clear that my family has no interest in retribution. Instead, our sole concern has been that the full truth of the assassination has been revealed and adjudicated in a court of law… My husband once said, 'The moral arc of the universe is long, but it bends toward justice.' Today, almost 32 years after my husband and the father of my four children was assassinated, I feel that the jury’s verdict clearly affirms this principle. With this faith, we can begin the 21st century and the new millennium with a new spirit of hope and healing.” After the guilty verdict was reached, the family received a cash payout of $100! Wow! #EducateUrself #TheyKilledMLK #BabylonTricks #YouGoneGetDisWork - #regrann

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@Regrann from @vintage_vegan_ - If you study the last speeches of MLK, you'll see the evolution of his message—from one of an integrationist “Dreamer” in 1963, to one of a true wide-awake revolutionary in 1968 when he was murdered. It is clear that Dr. King began to consider how the teachings of the NOI and the work of the Black Panthers had profound relevance to the struggle for Black freedom in America. Dr. King and his wife Coretta met with Elijah Muhammad at his Chicago home on February 24, 1966. Dr. King indicated a true shift in his belief that the pursuit of “integration” through “non-violent” civil rights struggle would be the answer to the righteous demands of his oppressed people.
In the last days of his life, Dr. King confided in his friend Harry Belafonte:
“You know, we fought long and hard for integration…But I tell you, Harry, I’ve come on a realization that really deeply troubles me. I’ve come to the realization that I think we may be integrating into a burning house.” In 1967, MLK asked, “Why does white america delude itself, and how does it rationalize the evil it retains?” He said white people’s belief in the fairness of America “is a fantasy of self-deception and comfortable vanity.” His indictment of white america grew even harsher saying, "white americans left the Negro on the ground and in devastating numbers walked off with the aggressor. It appeared that the white segregationist and the ordinary white citizen had more in common with one another than either had with the Negro." In 1968 he spoke against the war in Vietnam. In his very last speech in Memphis, on April 3 while speaking to striking sanitation workers, MLK was speaking on Black retaliation against the government by using 'the power of economic withdrawal'. He told the workers up until now they had been feeling the pain, but now it was time to redistribute that pain.
The U.S. government spied on MLK and made his life a living hell up until they assassinated him. Before they killed him he was working on a speech that he was gonna deliver that Sunday called "Why America May Go To Hell". #EducateUrself #TheMLKTheyDontWantYouToKnowAbout #TeachTheBabiesTheTruth #YouGoneGetDisWork

If you study the last speeches of MLK, you'll see the evolution of his message—from one of an integrationist “Dreamer” in 1963, to one of a true wide-awake revolutionary in 1968 when he was murdered. It is clear that Dr. King began to consider how the teachings of the NOI and the work of the Black Panthers had profound relevance to the struggle for Black freedom in America. Dr. King and his wife Coretta met with Elijah Muhammad at his Chicago home on February 24, 1966. Dr. King indicated a true shift in his belief that the pursuit of “integration” through “non-violent” civil rights struggle would be the answer to the righteous demands of his oppressed people.
In the last days of his life, Dr. King confided in his friend Harry Belafonte:
“You know, we fought long and hard for integration…But I tell you, Harry, I’ve come on a realization that really deeply troubles me. I’ve come to the realization that I think we may be integrating into a burning house.” In 1967, MLK asked, “Why does white america delude itself, and how does it rationalize the evil it retains?” He said white people’s belief in the fairness of America “is a fantasy of self-deception and comfortable vanity.” His indictment of white america grew even harsher saying, "white americans left the Negro on the ground and in devastating numbers walked off with the aggressor. It appeared that the white segregationist and the ordinary white citizen had more in common with one another than either had with the Negro." In 1968 he spoke against the war in Vietnam. In his very last speech in Memphis, on April 3 while speaking to striking sanitation workers, MLK was speaking on Black retaliation against the government by using 'the power of economic withdrawal'. He told the workers up until now they had been feeling the pain, but now it was time to redistribute that pain.
The U.S. government spied on MLK and made his life a living hell up until they assassinated him. Before they killed him he was working on a speech that he was gonna deliver that Sunday called "Why America May Go To Hell". #EducateUrself #TheMLKTheyDontWantYouToKnowAbout #TeachTheBabiesTheTruth #YouGoneGetDisWork
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@Regrann from @negus_negusti - After four weeks of testimony and over 70 witnesses in a civil trial in Memphis, Tennessee, twelve jurors reached a unanimous verdict on December 8, 1999 after about an hour of deliberations that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated as a result of a conspiracy.
In a press statement held the following day in Atlanta, Mrs. Coretta Scott King welcomed the verdict, saying , “There is abundant evidence of a major high level conspiracy in the assassination of my husband, Martin Luther King, Jr. And the civil court’s unanimous verdict has validated our belief. I wholeheartedly applaud the verdict of the jury and I feel that justice has been well served in their deliberations. This verdict is not only a great victory for my family, but also a great victory for America. It is a great victory for truth itself. It is important to know that this was a SWIFT verdict, delivered after about an hour of jury deliberation. “The jury was clearly convinced by the extensive evidence that was presented during the trial that a conspiracy of the Mafia, local, state and federal government agencies, were deeply involved in the assassination of my husband. The jury also affirmed overwhelming evidence that identified someone else, not James Earl Ray, as the shooter, and that Mr. Ray was set up to take the blame. "I want to make it clear that my family has no interest in retribution. Instead, our sole concern has been that the full truth of the assassination has been revealed and adjudicated in a court of law… My husband once said, 'The moral arc of the universe is long, but it bends toward justice.' Today, almost 32 years after my husband and the father of my four children was assassinated, I feel that the jury’s verdict clearly affirms this principle. With this faith, we can begin the 21st century and the new millennium with a new spirit of hope and healing.” After the guilty verdict was reached, the family received a cash payout of $100! Wow! #EducateUrself #TheyKilledMLK #BabylonTricks #YouGoneGetDisWork Pharoah Kafele - #regrann

After four weeks of testimony and over 70 witnesses in a civil trial in Memphis, Tennessee, twelve jurors reached a unanimous verdict on December 8, 1999 after about an hour of deliberations that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated as a result of a conspiracy.
In a press statement held the following day in Atlanta, Mrs. Coretta Scott King welcomed the verdict, saying , “There is abundant evidence of a major high level conspiracy in the assassination of my husband, Martin Luther King, Jr. And the civil court’s unanimous verdict has validated our belief. I wholeheartedly applaud the verdict of the jury and I feel that justice has been well served in their deliberations. This verdict is not only a great victory for my family, but also a great victory for America. It is a great victory for truth itself. It is important to know that this was a SWIFT verdict, delivered after about an hour of jury deliberation. “The jury was clearly convinced by the extensive evidence that was presented during the trial that a conspiracy of the Mafia, local, state and federal government agencies, were deeply involved in the assassination of my husband. The jury also affirmed overwhelming evidence that identified someone else, not James Earl Ray, as the shooter, and that Mr. Ray was set up to take the blame. "I want to make it clear that my family has no interest in retribution. Instead, our sole concern has been that the full truth of the assassination has been revealed and adjudicated in a court of law… My husband once said, 'The moral arc of the universe is long, but it bends toward justice.' Today, almost 32 years after my husband and the father of my four children was assassinated, I feel that the jury’s verdict clearly affirms this principle. With this faith, we can begin the 21st century and the new millennium with a new spirit of hope and healing.” After the guilty verdict was reached, the family received a cash payout of $100! Wow! #EducateUrself #TheyKilledMLK #BabylonTricks #YouGoneGetDisWork @negus_negusti

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After four weeks of testimony and over 70 witnesses in a civil trial in Memphis, Tennessee, twelve jurors reached a unanimous verdict on December 8, 1999 after about an hour of deliberations that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated as a result of a conspiracy.
In a press statement held the following day in Atlanta, Mrs. Coretta Scott King welcomed the verdict, saying , “There is abundant evidence of a major high level conspiracy in the assassination of my husband, Martin Luther King, Jr. And the civil court’s unanimous verdict has validated our belief. I wholeheartedly applaud the verdict of the jury and I feel that justice has been well served in their deliberations. This verdict is not only a great victory for my family, but also a great victory for America. It is a great victory for truth itself. It is important to know that this was a SWIFT verdict, delivered after about an hour of jury deliberation. “The jury was clearly convinced by the extensive evidence that was presented during the trial that a conspiracy of the Mafia, local, state and federal government agencies, were deeply involved in the assassination of my husband. The jury also affirmed overwhelming evidence that identified someone else, not James Earl Ray, as the shooter, and that Mr. Ray was set up to take the blame. "I want to make it clear that my family has no interest in retribution. Instead, our sole concern has been that the full truth of the assassination has been revealed and adjudicated in a court of law… My husband once said, 'The moral arc of the universe is long, but it bends toward justice.' Today, almost 32 years after my husband and the father of my four children was assassinated, I feel that the jury’s verdict clearly affirms this principle. With this faith, we can begin the 21st century and the new millennium with a new spirit of hope and healing.” After the guilty verdict was reached, the family received a cash payout of $100! Wow! #EducateUrself #TheyKilledMLK #BabylonTricks #YouGoneGetDisWork @negus_negusti

After four weeks of testimony and over 70 witnesses in a civil trial in Memphis, Tennessee, twelve jurors reached a unanimous verdict on December 8, 1999 after about an hour of deliberations that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated as a result of a conspiracy.
In a press statement held the following day in Atlanta, Mrs. Coretta Scott King welcomed the verdict, saying , “There is abundant evidence of a major high level conspiracy in the assassination of my husband, Martin Luther King, Jr. And the civil court’s unanimous verdict has validated our belief. I wholeheartedly applaud the verdict of the jury and I feel that justice has been well served in their deliberations. This verdict is not only a great victory for my family, but also a great victory for America. It is a great victory for truth itself. It is important to know that this was a SWIFT verdict, delivered after about an hour of jury deliberation. “The jury was clearly convinced by the extensive evidence that was presented during the trial that a conspiracy of the Mafia, local, state and federal government agencies, were deeply involved in the assassination of my husband. The jury also affirmed overwhelming evidence that identified someone else, not James Earl Ray, as the shooter, and that Mr. Ray was set up to take the blame. "I want to make it clear that my family has no interest in retribution. Instead, our sole concern has been that the full truth of the assassination has been revealed and adjudicated in a court of law… My husband once said, 'The moral arc of the universe is long, but it bends toward justice.' Today, almost 32 years after my husband and the father of my four children was assassinated, I feel that the jury’s verdict clearly affirms this principle. With this faith, we can begin the 21st century and the new millennium with a new spirit of hope and healing.” After the guilty verdict was reached, the family received a cash payout of $100! Wow! #EducateUrself #TheyKilledMLK #BabylonTricks #YouGoneGetDisWork @negus_negusti

#BlackEmpowerment #AfricanAndProud #BlackAndProud #BlackPride #BlackPower #Amerikkka #UnapologeticallyBlack #BlackInAmerica #KnowledgeOfSelf #IntegrationFailed #Education #Problack #blacklove Repost from @negus_negusti • After four weeks of testimony and over 70 witnesses in a civil trial in Memphis, Tennessee, twelve jurors reached a unanimous verdict on December 8, 1999 after about an hour of deliberations that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated as a result of a conspiracy.
In a press statement held the following day in Atlanta, Mrs. Coretta Scott King welcomed the verdict, saying , “There is abundant evidence of a major high level conspiracy in the assassination of my husband, Martin Luther King, Jr. And the civil court’s unanimous verdict has validated our belief. I wholeheartedly applaud the verdict of the jury and I feel that justice has been well served in their deliberations. This verdict is not only a great victory for my family, but also a great victory for America. It is a great victory for truth itself. It is important to know that this was a SWIFT verdict, delivered after about an hour of jury deliberation. “The jury was clearly convinced by the extensive evidence that was presented during the trial that a conspiracy of the Mafia, local, state and federal government agencies, were deeply involved in the assassination of my husband. The jury also affirmed overwhelming evidence that identified someone else, not James Earl Ray, as the shooter, and that Mr. Ray was set up to take the blame. "I want to make it clear that my family has no interest in retribution. Instead, our sole concern has been that the full truth of the assassination has been revealed and adjudicated in a court of law… My husband once said, 'The moral arc of the universe is long, but it bends toward justice.' Today, almost 32 years after my husband and the father of my four children was assassinated, I feel that the jury’s verdict clearly affirms this principle. With this faith, we can begin the 21st century and the new millennium with a new spirit of hope and healing.” After the guilty verdict was reached, the family received a cash payout of $100! Wow! #EducateUrself

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