Slavery was (and still is!) an ECONOMIC issue, not a social issue. During the long period of slavery in America, it was the primary generator of extreme wealth in the world – over 8 billion dollars!
Dr. Claud Anderson, President of PowerNomics
THINGS TO DO:
1. DEMAND THAT BLACKS BECOME HIGHEST DOMESTIC PRIORITY
Considerable research indicates that increased immigration, especially of low skilled workers, is harmful most to native Blacks. (See Alerts and Newsletter articles at http://www.harvestinstitute.org for more detailed discussion.) Blacks should demand that government resources directed to help bring immigrants to the United States so that they can escape crime, poverty, gangs, poor education and unemployment, should first be directed to Blacks trying to survive the same conditions here in this country.
2. SUE PROSECUTORS
Make a detailed assessment of suspect cases. Prosecutors have qualified immunity from suit and great discretion, but when it appears that a prosecutor has manipulated a grand jury process, the prosecutor should be sued personally for conspiracy to violate civil rights. Blacks should also file federal lawsuits against prosecutors personally for giving police officers constructive immunity against prosecution in instances where Black men are killed.
3. RENEGOTIATE RELATIONSHIP WITH BOTH POLITICAL PARTIES AND CORPORATIONS
Blacks must inform all major political parties and major corporations that they intend to re-negotiate their relationship; that they will no longer tolerate being treated as if they do not exist and displaced by immigrants. Blacks must make it clear that they are no longer willing to support anyone who does not support them, and that neither Black dollars nor the Black vote should be taken for granted.
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