Black People : 5 HUMAN EXPERIMENTS DONE ON BLACK PEOPLE

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  1. Kemetstry

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    Tuskegee Syphilis Study

    The Tuskegee Syphilis Study is still recognized today as one of the most notorious cases of prolonged and knowing violation of human subjects, according to a report titled “Why African Americans May Not Be Participating in Clinical Trials.” The study used mostly poor, illiterate Blacks who were infected with syphilis. “The study was designed to document the natural history of syphilis,” the report states. One of the main ethical issues, though there were many with this study, was the fact that participants were not given penicillin once it emerged as a standard treatment for syphilis in the 1930s nor were they made aware that there were effective treatment options for the disease.

    CDC Study of Experimental MMR Vaccines

    Earlier this year reports emerged that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was hiding results from a test of experimental measles vaccines that actually increased the likelihood of Black children developing autism. Back in September, Dr. William Thompson, who has been with the CDC for more than 10 years, told The Examiner that the authors of the study manipulated and hid data that proved Black babies were more than three times more likely to develop regressive autism if they were given the vaccine before the age of 3. Parents of the Black babies who were receiving the vaccines were not made aware of the risk of their child developing autism.

    Surgical Experiments on Enslaved People

    All throughout slavery, enslaved Black people were subjected to countless cruel and inhuman medical studies and experiments. Perhaps one of the most famous examples came from J. Marion Sims who some still hail as the “father of modern gynecology,” according to Live Science. Sims conducted multiple experiments on enslaved women in order to treat vesico-vaginal fistula, a condition that caused a great deal of pain. Sims performed surgeries on the women without using any anesthesia because he believed the operations weren’t “painful enough to justify the trouble,” he said during a lecture in 1857.

    The Cloning of Henrietta Lacks’ Cells

    Henrietta Lacks was the source of the first line of immortal human cells to ever be cloned back in the 1950s, but the removal of her cells was done without her permission or knowledge. Doctors noticed that Lacks’ cells were able to stay alive for longer periods of time than previous cells, so in order to conduct research they removed two samples of her cervix during surgery – one part that was healthy and one part that was cancerous. Researchers have grown roughly 20 tons of her cells since her death. In addition to harvesting Lacks’ cells without her knowledge or permission, researchers also published the family’s medical records without their consent.

    Sara Baartman, the ‘Hottentot Venus’

    Sara Baartman was only 20 years old when her life changed forever. She was one of two Khoikhoi women who were put on display across Europe as a part of a “freak show” attraction. The women were referred to as “Hottentot Venus.” Hottentot used to be the name used to refer to Khoi people, but it is now considered to be a racist term and Venus was in reference to the Roman goddess of love. In the early 1800s, Baartman was the subject of scientific and medical research in France. Despite constant legal battles to try to get the woman released back to her home, she remained in European custody for what they considered to be scientific research. After she died, researchers kept her sexual organs and her brain and put them on display in the Musee de I’Homme in Paris.




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    Did anybody notice that the nurses and orderlies in Tuskegee were Blacks. The patients only saw Blacks. We do it to ourselves, no use blaiming pinks. Some of them is poor and many pinks live in trailer parks. Victims as well. Can do nothing for us Po Blacks...
     
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    Who came up with the concept for these types of experiments? That's where the blame goes




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    I is looking for ways to teach Blacks to look how they treat one another as a way of ending our misery. If we keep pointing our finger to pinks, we will never find a solution. Its like a homeless person blaming others for his predicament and never thinking about what wrong decisions he made to become homeless. Sure he will find others that reinforce his stupidity, but we control our own destiny. As long as we learn from mistakes. I am sure Tuskegee like experiments are still going on today, and you will still find Blacks making a carreer of giving bad medicine to Blacks.

    http://www.dailymaverick.co.za/images/legacy_resized_images/2010-06-28-poor-whites-367-600-367.jpg

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    Now, how the hell are this here po whites going to HELP po Blacks? These are Africans, by the way....

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    It's not the PWT that we need to worry about. They didn't come up with The Tuskegee experiments





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    The point i am trying to make is that we Blacks should move away from looking at ourself as the eternal victims of vicious pink people. During slavery times pinks were serfs, shoe leather cattle, and pariahs: ruled, and civilized by Blacks. We have to look at how we treat other Blacks from day to day. Thats what our children see...Jane Austen who was a Black activist said that Blacks enslaving other Blacks teached others how to mistreat Blacks. Africans were enslaved by their Black European brothers, and offcourse their fellow Africans.

    George Washington descended from European Blacks. We need to ask why they show us a pink portrait, while he was brown or black of skin? What did they do to all the portraits of the elite described as brown or black of complexion..I am trying a new approach, and moaning about Tuskegee is not gonna help us..

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    http://founders.archives.gov/?q=complexion &s=1111311111&sa=&r=8&sr=

    http://www.mountvernon.org/george-washington/the-man-the-myth/the-trouble-with-teeth/

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    I understand your point quite well





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