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"Without Sanctuary: Lynching Photography
in America" by James Allen- A stunning look at photos of
lynchings during one of the darkest and most sickening periods
in American history. Crimes committed against humanity
that took place a short time ago
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Get this interesting DVD "What
Black Men Think (2007)" Directed by Janks Morton.
This is an in depth view of how myths, stereotypes and
Misrepresentations render Black Men Non-Necessities in
their Communities and Families
On-Line Family and Happy Thanksgiving
is the time of the year when we give thanks, rejoice with our
families and friends, count our blessings and give thanks for
them. Thanksgiving is a time for sharing, spreading
happiness, and spending time with all those we love dearly,
appreciating the good and bad times of togetherness.
are so full of gratitude because of your continued support, and is
very thankful that you have been so loyal. We are certainly
blessed to have each and every one of you among our on-line
family, and we offer our thanks to you for your continued
interest, readership, support and feedback. We are thankful
that you have allowed us to share our experiences, thoughts, and
most importantly for continuing to listen to what we have to
Unfortunately, during this
holiday season some of our children, sons, daughters, fathers,
mothers, sisters brothers and friends are unable to give thanks
with us, because they are overseas fighting a war for our
so-called "freedom". For this we at Arious honor
and thank them for their sacrifices during this Thanksgiving
season. Our thoughts and prayers go out to each and every
one of these soldiers as they serve time abroad - spending
this special time away from their families.
thanks for reading each week, and have a happy Thanksgiving with
you and yours.
many of your are looking forward to Black Friday, we ask you to
think of those who may need a little extra help this year.
Consider stretching your dollars to include those of whom who are
An absolute success - The March
for Justice in Washington DC this past Friday, November 16,
2007, was outstanding.
On-Line family, with great joy I am proud to let you know that
the March for Justice this past Friday was a great
success. I'm hopeful that by now you know that thousands
upon thousands of people converged onto Washington on Friday and
marched for justice.
On one of the first coldest days of the year over 100 buses
arrived in Wash. DC from many cities across the US full of
marchers, actually people used all forms of transportation to
get to Washington on this historic day to express their anger
and outrage. They surrounded the Justice Department and
demanded equality from the nation's justice system, Federal
intervention in many hate crimes in order that those who commit
these hate crimes are prosecute vigorously, as well as
intervention into the Jena Six case, among other unjust
The organizers Rev. Al Sharpton, Martin Luther King III (son of
Martin Luther Kin, Jr.) and Charles Steele Jr. (President of the
Southern Christian Leadership Conference) were very proud of the
overwhelming turnout, especially since it was only called
approximately 3 weeks ago. Many radio personalities
supported, promoted and joined the organizers such as Michael
Baisden, Warren Ballentine, Steve Harvey, Tom Joyner as well as
Joe Madison. What a fulfilling day this was for the many
who marched with their signs that read "Enough is
Enough", etc., and
chanted "No Justice, no peace"...etc.
What do we want?" the Rev. Al Sharpton shouted
out to a crowd prepared to march around the department's
headquarters. "Justice!" the crowd responded.
When do we want it?" "Now!"
Payne A Marcher stated "the feeling is of hope and
certainty, unlike Jena. Jena was tense because we
knew we weren't welcomed. Everyone has spread out on
Pennsylvania Avenue. They are owning heir presence!
The street is packed. Everyone is getting louder=What do we
need = Justice! Right now! Remember Jena Six! The walk is
peaceful, not tense. It was intense in Jena. The
police were cold there, here they smile back at us."
me this togetherness is awesome - one people, one voice together
fighting for justice. This is absolutely something to be thankful
for during this Thanksgiving holiday; so as you give thanks for
everything in your life, please give thanks for the many that came out, stood
strong, shouted so their voices could be heard about how
disgusted they are with the unfair justice system. Give
thanks for such a wonderful and gratifying day!
watch the below news clip from Reuters regarding the March, and
take a listen to an interview that was done a day before the
March with the Justice Department Civil Rights Division as they respond to the
March. The interviewer is Michelle Martin from NPR news.
is Enough Protest Continues
Taking place again
this weekend is the "Enough is Enough
Campaign"- The Campaign for Corporate
Responsibility in Entertainment. Their
rallies/protests continues taking place in
Washington DC and New York. If you have had enough
with the negative images that are being shown on BET,
then let you voice be heard by joining this campaign.
is Enough” Campaign is against corporate sponsorship
of visual images and lyrical messages that degrade women
glorify violence and negatively portray blacks and
Latino men as pimps, gangsters and thugs are now taking
place in both Washington DC and New York.
York Protest: is at Viacom, on of the leading media
outlets for production and distribution. The
protest take place outside the Manhattan residence of
Philippe P. Dauman, President and CEO of Viacom, Inc. at
East 65th Street between Lexington and Park
Avenues, this Saturday, November 24th, at 1:00 pm
EDT. Supporters can take the F Train to the 63rd Street
Station or the 4 Train to the 68th Street Hunter College
Washington DC: the rally continues outside the
Washington DC residence of Debra L. Lee, President and
CEO of Black Entertainment Television Networks from 1:00
to 3:00 pm this Saturday, November 24th. Metro
riders take the Red Line to Woodley Park. Be
sure to review the rally DO'S AND DON'TS from
the website: www.EnoughIsEnoughCampaign.com
or send an email to: EnoughIsEnoughCampaign@hotmail.com.
We need your help with
finding the killer and solving the cold case of a very nice
gentleman, who was a loving father, loving son and loving
brother. His life was selfishly taken some years ago
in Washington DC. His sister Cassendra
is devastated about loosing
her brother and want to bring closure to this case. There
is a $25,000 reward being offered currently.
Learn more about this via a MYSPACE site Cassandra has created
regarding Wayne's murder www.myspace.com/waynelwalker.
To all our Miami Friends and on-line family, this weekend the
first Parang Event of the Season takes place "Parang!
Parang! Parang! - La Parranda". T&TIBC Inc. the
organizers of this event is a non profit community based
organization which exists to promote the Republic of Trinidad
and Tobago abroad. One of their goals is to embrace other
national brothers and sisters regardless of class, color, creed
or race and assume a shared responsibility in making the rest of
the world aware of Trinidad and Tobago's contribution to the
global community, and to promote and foster the goodwill of
Please support this event,
because proceeds go towards a few Charities - The Cyril Ros Day Nursery
in Tunapuna Trinidad (a home for children living with HIV/AIDS)
and the Florida Memorial University (Caribbean) Students Fund.
There will be a raffle for
two tickets to Jamaica courtesy of Air Jamaica and 1 to T&T
courtesy TravelSpan. There will be door prizes, and prizes
for the 2 best parang dancing couple.
For more details check the flyer or
above or scroll down to our "Featured Event".
You can also log on to www.ttibc.org
To all of you
our on-line family, thanks for reading, sharing your thoughts
and comments with us, and for always supporting
As you may know without you there would be no us.
So thanks very much for your support. Enjoy your
Thanksgiving holiday, this weekend
and the upcoming week!