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Janelle Monae & Wondaland - Hell You Talmbout (Eephus Tour Philadelphia 8-12-15)



Janelle Monáe Made a Powerful Rallying Cry for #BlackLivesMatter









Janelle Monáe has spent the last two days marching for freedom, but not from a record label or any other industry constraint as musicians often do. She's been marching for the freedom to live — for all black people to live. It's a march she began on Wednesday in Philadelphia, where she brought out the members of her imprint Wondaland Records for the live debut of a song called "Hell You Talmbout." She prefaced it with this striking explanation:

This song is a Vessel ...




http://www.vulture.com/2015/08/mone-has-a-powerful-song-for-blacklivesmatter.html


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Are you disgusted yet?
Even one name on this list is too long.
#Say Their Names

The names of Black Women and Black Men killed by police in 2015 (R.I.P)



Jeremy McDole, 28
Christian Taylor, 19
Ralkina J0nes, 37
Samuel DuBose, 43
Kindra Chapman, 18
Joyce Curnell, 50
Raynette Turner, 43
Sandra Bland, 28
Freddie Gray, 25
Walter Scott 50
Bernard Moore 62
Lavall Hall 25
Jonathan Ryan Paul 42
Jamie Croom 31
Terry Garnett Jr. 37
Monique Jenee Deckard 43
Tony Terrell Robinson Jr. 19
Tyrone Ryerson Lawrence 45
Naeschylus Vinzant 37
Andrew Anthony Williams 48
Dewayne Deshawn Ward Jr. 29
Ledarius Williams 23
Yvette Henderson 38
Edward Donnell Bright, Sr. 56
Thomas Allen Jr. 34
Charley Leundeu Keunang, “Africa” 43
Fednel Rhinvil 25
Shaquille C. Barrow 20
Kendre Omari Alston 16
Brandon Jones 18
Darrell “Hubbard” Gatewood 47
Cornelius J. Parker 28
Ian Sherrod 40
Jermonte Fletcher 33
Darin Hutchins 26
Glenn C. Lewis 37
Calvon A. Reid 39
Tiano Meton 25
Demaris Turner 29
Isaac Holmes 19
A’Donte Washington 16
Terry Price 41
Stanley Lamar Grant 38
Askari Roberts 35
Dewayne Carr 42
Terrance Moxley 29
Theodore Johnson 64
Cedrick Lamont Bishop 30
Anthony Hill 27
Terence D. Walke 21
Janisha Fonville 20
Phillip Watkins 23
Anthony Bess 49
Desmond Luster, Sr. 45
James Howard Allen 74
Natasha McKenna 37
Herbert Hill 26
Markell Atkins 36
Kavonda Earl Payton 39
Rodney Walker 23
Donte Sowell 27
Mario A. Jordan 34
Artago Damon Howard 36
Andre Larone Murphy Sr. 42
Marcus Ryan Golden 24
Brian Pickett 26
Hashim Hanif Ibn Abdul-Rasheed 41
Ronald Sneed 31
Leslie Sapp III 47
Matthew Ajibade 22

THATS JUST THIS YEAR .........


LAST YEAR......

Here are the names of Black Women and Black Men people killed by police in 2014 (R.I.P)

Kevin Davis, 44
Eric Tyrone Forbes, 28
Jerame C. Reid, 36
David Andre Scott, 28
Quentin Smith, 23
Terrence Gilbert, 25
Carlton Wayne Smith, 20
Gregory Marcus Gray, 33
Antonio Martin, 18
Tyrone Davis, 43
Xavier McDonald, 16
Brandon Tate-Brown, 26
Dennis Grisgby, 35
Michael D. Sulton, 23
Thurrell Jowers, 22
Travis Faison, 24
Calvin Peters, 49
Christopher Bernard Doss, 41
Jerry Nowlin, 39
William Mark Jones, 50
Rumain Brisbon, 34
Lincoln Price, 24
Eric Ricks, 30
Leonardo Marquette Little, 33
Tamir E. Rice, 12
Akai Gurley, 28
Myron De’Shawn May, 39
Keara Crowder, 29
Tanisha N. Anderson, 37
Darnell Dayron Stafford, 31
David Yearby, 27
Aura Rosser, 40
Carlos Davenport, 51
Cinque DJahspora, 20
Rauphael Thomas, 29
Christopher M. Anderson, 27
Charles Emmett Logan, 68
John T. Wilson, III, 22
Christopher Mason McCray, 17
Kaldrick Donald, 24
Zale Thompson, 32
Terrell Lucas, 22
Ronnie D. McNary, 44
Adam Ardett Madison, 28
Balantine Mbegbu, 65
Elisha Glass, 20
Qusean Whitten, 18
Vonderrit Myers Jr., 18
O’Shaine Evans, 26
Latandra Ellington, 36
Aljarreau Cross, 29
Iretha Lilly, 37
Lashano J. Gilbert, 31
Miguel Benton, 19
Eugene Williams, 38
Tracy A. Wade, 39
Javonta Darden, 20
Marlon S. Woodstock, 38
Oliver Jarrod Gregoire, 26
Nolan Anderson, 50
Cameron Tillman, 14
John Jolly Jr., 28
Charles Smith, 29
Michael Willis Jr., 42
Briant Paula, 26
Kashad Ashford, 23
Carrey Brown, 26
Ceasar Adams, 36
Ricky Deangelo Hinkle, 47
Elijah Jackson, 33
Darrien Nathaniel Hunt, 22
Shawn Brown, 20
Alphonse Edward Perkins, 50
Naim Owens, 22
Kendrick Brown, 35
Eugene N. Turner III, 28
Ronald Singleton, 45
Jeremy Lewis, 33
Vernicia Woodward, 26
Cortez Washington, 32
Steven Lashone Douglas, 29
Desean Pittman, 20
Roshad McIntosh, 18
Anthony Lamar Brown, 39
Arvel Douglas Williams, 30
Darius Cole-Garrit, 21
Kajieme Powell, 25
David Ellis, 29
Luther Lathron Walker, 38
Andre Maurice Jones, 37
Frederick R. Miller, 38
Michelle Cusseaux, 50
Dante Parker, 36
Corey Levert Tanner, 24
Ezell Ford, 25
Robert Baltimore, 34
Dustin Keith Glover, 27
Eddie Davis, 67
Michael Brown, Jr., 18
Michael Laray Dozer, 26
John Crawford III, 22
Daniel Row, 37
Jacorey Calhoun, 23
Anthony Callaway, 27
Patrick Small, 27
Harrison Carter, 29
Vamond Arqui Elmore, 37
Donovan Bayton, 54
Charles Leon Johnson, II, 29
Briatay McDuffie, 19
Jonathan L. Williams, 25
Eric Garner, 43
Dominique Charon Lewis, 23
Michael Reams, 47
Lawrence Campbell, 27
Kenny Clinton Walker, 23
Tyshawn Hancock, 37
Charles Goodridge, 53
Cedric Stanley, 35
Ennis Labaux, 37
Warren Robinson, 16
Christopher Jones, 30
Icarus Randolph, 26
Jacqueline Nichols, 64
Jerry Dwight Brown, 41
Nyocomus Garnett, 35
Rodney Hodge, 33
Paul Ray Kemp Jr., 40
Dennis Hicks, 29
Samuel Johnson, 45
Lavon King, 20
Antoine Dominique Hunter, 24
Samuel Shields, 49
Juan May, 45
Denzell Curnell, 19
Ismael Sadiq, 30
Devaron Ricardo Wilburn, 21
John Schneider, 24
Jason Harrison, 38
Frank Rhodes, 61
Roylee Vell Dixon, 48
Broderick Johnson, 21
David Latham, 35
Lonnie Flemming, 31
Steven Thompson, 26
Thomas Dewitt Johnson, 28
Frank McQueen, 34
Sandy Jamel McCall, 33
Quintico Goolsby, 36
Dominique Franklin, Jr., 23
George V. King, 19
James Renee White Jr., 21
Devante Kyshon Hinds, 21
Pearlie Golden, 93
Jerome Dexter Christmas, 44
Armand Martin, 50
Dontre H. Hamilton, 31
Joe Huff, 86
Emmanuel Wooten
Matthew Walker, 55
Daniel Christoph Yealu, 29
Adrian Williams, 29
Gregory Towns, 24
Jameel Kareem Ofurum Harrison, 34
Zikarious Jaquan Flint, 20
Raason Shaw, 20
DeAndre Lloyd Starks, 27
Douglas Cooper, 18
Winfield Carlton Fisher III, 32
Deosaran Maharaj, 51
Daniel Martin, 47
Emerson Clayton Jr., 21
Rebecca Lynn Oliver, 24
Treon “Tree” Johnson, 27
Gabriella Monique Nevarez, 22
Marquise Jones, 23
Kenneth Christopher Lucas, 38
Keith Atkinson, 31
Yvette Smith, 45
D’Andre Berghardt Jr., 20
Stephon Averyhart, 27
Anthony Bartley, 21
Earnest Satterwhite, Sr., 68
Anneson Joseph, 28
Alton Reaves, 31
McKenzie Cochran, 25
Cornelius Turner, 19
Eldrin Loren Smart, 31
Henry Jackson, 19
Jordan Baker, 26
Gregory Vaughn Hill Jr., 30
Paul Smith, 58
Jeffrey Ragland, 50
Kendall Alexander, 34
India Kager, 28 (2013 ?)

ALL OF THOSE BLACK PPL.....KILLED....BY WHITE RACIST POLICE OFFICERS

WARRIOR
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STAND UP
08.15.1512:15 AM ET

Who Really Runs #BlackLivesMatter?

The answer might define the future of the American left, which has split over race, party politics, and the power of protest since BLM activists targeted Bernie Sanders.



Lynne Sladky/AP


Last Saturday, for the second time in a month, protesters who identified themselves as members of the Black Lives Matter movement leap onstage to interrupt a speech by Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders ...


http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/08/15/who-really-runs-blacklivesmatter.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+thedailybeast/articles+(The+Daily+Beast+-+Latest+Articles)

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Janelle Monae & Wondaland - Hell You Talmbout (Eephus Tour Philadelphia 8-12-15)



Janelle Monáe Made a Powerful Rallying Cry for #BlackLivesMatter









Janelle Monáe has spent the last two days marching for freedom, but not from a record label or any other industry constraint as musicians often do. She's been marching for the freedom to live — for all black people to live. It's a march she began on Wednesday in Philadelphia, where she brought out the members of her imprint Wondaland Records for the live debut of a song called "Hell You Talmbout." She prefaced it with this striking explanation:

This song is a Vessel ...



http://www.vulture.com/2015/08/mone-has-a-powerful-song-for-blacklivesmatter.html


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Janelle Monae & Wondaland - Hell You Talmbout (Eephus Tour Philadelphia 8-12-15)



Janelle Monáe Made a Powerful Rallying Cry for #BlackLivesMatter









Janelle Monáe has spent the last two days marching for freedom, but not from a record label or any other industry constraint as musicians often do. She's been marching for the freedom to live — for all black people to live. It's a march she began on Wednesday in Philadelphia, where she brought out the members of her imprint Wondaland Records for the live debut of a song called "Hell You Talmbout." She prefaced it with this striking explanation:

This song is a Vessel ...



http://www.vulture.com/2015/08/mone-has-a-powerful-song-for-blacklivesmatter.html


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Love that beat
Bro. Clyde, I think its great that you've listed all the names of our fallen community members by the year. It hurts to have even one (1) name on the list, where you have compiled so many.

Keep up the good work ...keep us abreast of the going ons that should concern all of us. Thanks!;
 

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Powerful ...


Janelle Monáe Gives Black Lives Matter Movement A Melodic Voice

"Can we speak their names, as long as we have breath in our bodies?”




Janelle Monáe is known for not only her music and perfect pompadour but also her activism.

Before she kicked off "The Eephus," an eight-city tour of free shows with Jidenna and other Wondaland artists, Monáe joined forces with Black Lives Matter activists in Philadelphia.

Peacefully marching with other protesters on Wednesday, the “Yoga” singer prompted the audience to recite the names of victims of police brutality.

“Won’t you say their names?" she told the crowd, according to Vibe. "Can we say their names right now? Can we speak their names, as long as we have breath in our bodies?”





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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/janelle-monae-blacklivesmatter-protest_55cdf32be4b055a6dab007a2?cps=gravity_5055_-5406021485270807580&kvcommref=mostpopular


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Watch: Janelle Monae Gets Cut Off on ‘Today’ Show While Speaking About Police Brutality [Video]




Janelle Monae took to the stage of the Today show on Friday to perform her new song, “Hell You Talmbou” — a song dedicated to the Black Lives Matter movement.



At the end of her performance, Janelle began to speak about police brutality. She began to tell the audience:

“God bless all the lives lost to police brutality. We want white America to know that we stand tall today. We want black America to know we stand tall today. We will not be silenced…”

And THAT’s when the camera panned away and a Today show anchor began to speak OVER Janelle as she continued.

The timing of the cut-away has many people thinking the show did it on purpose ...


Watch the Video:
http://www.lovebscott.com/news/watch-janelle-monae-gets-cut-off-on-today-show-while-speaking-about-police-brutality-video


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"By re-framing one of the most important, controversial, and misunderstood issues of modern times, “By Any Means Necessary” (BAMN) puts forward insights into a powerful new plan for repairing and restoring the damaged minds of African Americans. Yet, at the same time they identify areas and issues that perpetuate mental dissonance, spiritual confusion, and deteriorating health conditions."

Pastor W.O. Bailey… Dallas, TX


http://bookstore.authorhouse.com/Products/SKU-000703434/BAMN.aspx




Preview

We've been told that we have come a long way. We have been told that we have made a great deal of "progress" since Slavery and Jim Crow. We see Black celebrities on TV and "feel" that as a people we have made strides.

But the statistics tell a whole different story. In 1905 Black people in America owned 15 million acres of land. Right now, Black people own less than 4 million acres. Black people are the biggest consumers in America (approaching 1 trillion dollars) but less than 5% of this money goes back into the Black community. And because of this, Blacks own less than 1% of the wealth in America.

Black people also suffer disproportionately from diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, kidney failure and almost anything else you can think of besides skin cancer. So what is the problem? Is all this because we still live in a system of racism? And if so, what exactly is this system?

By now we all know that Black people are the original people on this planet. We know that we are the founders of civilization. But, with all of this knowledge that we have, we have done very little to liberate our people.

Why is that? What is stopping us from doing what we need to do? What is keeping Black people from uniting? Is there a conspiracy to stop us? And if there is a conspiracy, then who is behind it? And what exactly are they doing to keep the status quo?

It's time to stop playing games and beating around the bush. We need to go back and look at what has happened to us, where we are now, and what we can do about our problem.

Now, if you don't think there is a problem, and that Black folks are doing just fine, then this book is not for you. If you are looking for a 300 page scholarly book (plenty of those already exist), then this is not for you.

This is a back to the basics book that seeks to provide some practical steps that we can make that will move us towards liberation.

So if you are looking for something that is relevant, hard hitting and to the point, then you must check out this work. By Any Means Necessary!


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