Africans In Horn Of Africa and Rest of Middle East

Egypt is still so intimidated by its glorious Black Nubian African past that its Arab government would not allow thorough research into Egypt past and In some places who got Arabization in Horn Africa and the rest of the Arab world Africans are treated as the scum of the earth And Blacks in these countries cannot aspire to positions of respect or authority There are hardly Africans in high government positions in Arab governed African countries and you should look into Mauritania left the Economic Community of West African States to join the union formed by the Arab North African States A few years ago Mauritania sacked all black natives from their civil service positions Black Mauritanians protest their plight to the African Union (AU) without receiving attention because AU black leaders fear offending their Arab colleagues in the AU In Mauritania they have had to declare an end to slavery six times in this century alone and still nothing has changed for the captive majority African natives African slavery is still in their statute books African slavery in Mauritania is what the on going quarrel between Mauritania and Senegal is about The quarrel forced black African refugees to pour across the border from Mauritania into Senegal and In Algeria Arabs throw stones at black people including diplomats in markets and other public places and in Saudi Arabia blacks are treated worse than animals after using their life savings to go there on pilgrimage and Hundreds of Ethiopian who have lived all their lives in Saudi Arabia are being repatriated daily right now after loosing an arm or leg for some minor or trumped up offense and without regard for their comfort,welfare or rights and The Arabs succeeded in doing the same thing in Northern Africa where the original Nubian African owners of the land have almost all been wiped out and the rest marginalized (enslaved) by their Arab invaders/settlers since 642 CE and the Islamization is not the problem in Sudan because the majority Furnawi people of Darfur are Muslims the problem in The Fascism government A coalition of 50 charities in Darfur, Sudan published a study in mid December, 2008 confirming what the world already knew that the Janjaweed and the Sudanese army with the backing of their government, during joint or individual attacks, raped, tortured and killed Sudanese Africans and razed their villages to repopulate them with Arab nomads. They rounded up and abducted escapees from hide-outs in the bush and at other times raided refugee camps to kidnap Africans as sex and labour slaves working them to the bones as domestic and farm labour The army flew their captives in planes to Khartoum at night and shared them among soldiers like you allocate bags of commodities and used them as sex and domestic servants Kidnapped victims interviewed said their captors told them that ‘they were not human beings and that they were there to serve them In the five years between 2003 and 2008, over 300,000 Sudanese Africans were killed 100,000 abducted and 2.7 million rendered homeless refugees with their land appropriated by Muslims brotherhood The Khatoum government admitted 14,000 kidnaps You can imagine what happened when the world turned a blind eye on Sudan in the twenty years between 1983 when the conflict began !!!!!

July 25th is the International Afro-Latin American and Afro-Caribbean Women Day: The day to celebrate the resistance to racism and sexism of black women in Latin American and the Caribbean

With the establishment of neoliberal capitalist development models and their policies of exclusion that only further degrade the living conditions of the oppressed in recent years people of African descent in Latin America and the Caribbean have seen their historically compromised status grow even worse As a result, poverty and marginalization increasingly affect this population even more severely, hindering their access to the resources needed to live in dignity and to participate in the benefits of development However, this discrimination tends to be hidden and ignored by the rest of the population and even by social movements claiming to defend the rights of all people
In fact black women endure an even greater impact compared to men of African descent as the factor of gender intersects with race/ethnicity worsening their situation of segregation And discovering proof of this double discrimination has led black women to raise their voices to demand that their agenda and social demands be met with specific and necessary remedies at appropriate levels including within the black movement African-descendant women have also brought their situation to the attention of the feminist movement urging their sisters to take up and endorse urgent priorities for black women
Recent decades have seen the emergence of many networks and coalitions of black women working to promote and establish strategies for action and collaborating efforts In this context following the First Meeting of Afro-Latin American and Afro-Caribbean Women in the Dominican Republic in 1992 the date of July 25 was established as the International Day of Afro-Latin American and Afro-Caribbean Women. Since then, this date has served as a mechanism for increasing awareness about the oppression of gender and race/ethnicity as experienced by millions of women in our region especially in those countries where African-descendant women constitute a high percentage of the total population. The most representative cases are Brazil and the Caribbean although there are populations of African descendants throughout in most of our region
Moreover on the international scene it is important to highlight the World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance held in Durban South Africa in 2001where the problems and needs of the African diaspora were recognized and explicitly linked to presence of a deeply engrained structural racism.At this international event led by the United Nations people of African descent and women in particular were identified as a priority sector in the fight against racism, xenophobia and all forms of intolerance
The International Day of Afro-Latin American and Afro-Caribbean Women is an opportunity to evaluate the living conditions of black women, to demand redress for the inequality, racism, sexism and social exclusion that has affected them for thousands of years and to renew the commitment to ongoing efforts of solidarity and support call for their rights to respected in all areas

Why are people surprised by the verdict? You have to understand in this world Global Africans are not fully human in the minds of most people We are only 3 fifts of a human being This is why millions can die in the Congo and people don’t know about it. This is why in the early 1900s Germans can kill over 70,000 Namibians and they can get away with it Leopold of Belgium can kill over 10 million Congolese and cut off limbs and many people don’t know about it This is why Obama tells Africans on the continent to get over colonization and Africans in America to get over racism and tells Israelis to never forget about the Holocaust You have to understand that Israelis are more human than Global Africans (Bullshit) So our suffering is not humanized This is why we will never get reparations Japanese and Jewish people get it because they are more human than us This is why we can be killed and beat up by police like Amadou Diallo, Sean Bell and Rodney King with impunity Troy Davis can be killed for nothing Millions of families lives can be affected by the prison industrial complex in the New Jim Crow and we get no sympathy So Zimmerman getting off is no surprise to me in this Global system of white supremacy Also with all these injustices we have been going through for centuries we are used to this happening We have been struggling and fighting for so long so I guess we are sick of fighting

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Racism is when you have laws set up, systematically put in a way to keep people from advancing, to stop the advancement of a people. Black people have never had the power to enforce racism, and so this is something that white America is going to have to work out themselves. If they decide they want to stop it, curtail it, or to do the right thing … then it will be done, but not until then