We are asking that President Obama release all of our people who are victims of political agendas, election campaigns or just plain systemic racism. Will you join us?
In August of 1956 under the leadership of F.B.I. Director J Edgar Hoover the Counter Intelligence Program was created. The Counter Intelligence Program was discovered by anti-war activist who broke into a US military office looking to burn registration cards to prevent civilians from being drafted into the Vietnam war. The sole purpose was to prevent a strong pro-black movement from gaining momentum, by assassinating and/or unjustly incarcerating movement leaders, and bombing an entire community, dismantling entire movements. As of this day, the United States of America has never apologized for the covert and illegal mission better known as CoInTelPro.
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The War on (Black People) Drugs
President Richard Nixon's Top Domestic Policy Chief John Ehrlichman made this statement for a book in the mid 1990's on the true intentions of their campaign to put an end to the Black Power Movement. Nixon's Administration laid the ground work for the dehumanization and criminalization of blacks by shipping drugs into the black community.
The 1980's pushed the envelope on the criminalization of a race of people by inventing the "War on Drugs". This political crusade cloaked in faux morality used the nightly news networks to promote their agenda. Constantly showcasing black crack addicts and drug dealers terrorizing communities. Opening the pathway for Nancy Reagan to push her "Just Say No To Drugs" campaign to the children. While conveniently ignoring the tons of drugs being purposely flooded into our communities.
The 1992 Presidential Campaign placed two seemingly identical candidates appearing to separate from each other on key issues to lure swing voters. The plan for the desperate Democrats was a two tier social-economic campaign promise. The plan was to remove drug abusers and dealers from the black community and put rural whites back to work. Well it worked and the newly elected Democratic President Bill Clinton delivered on both promises simultaneously by creating the "Prison Industrial Complex". The 1994 Crime Bill employed rural whites as correction officers at the newly built prisons. Removed historically disenfranchised black people by criminalizing and over sentencing petty drug and non violent offenses. Thereby generating a new stream of revenue with a wall street formula created for corporations to profit from slave labor and mandatory prison quotas.
School to Prison Pipeline
Wall Street Policy Right (White) to Work Profits over (Black) People
The Prison Industrial Complex
Prison by the Number
- From 1980 to 2010 the US Women's Prison Population increased by 800%
- Black and Latino Women make up 46% of the Women's Prison Population
- Two-thirds of women incarcerated were arrested for nonviolent offenses
- The top 25 jurisdictions with highest rates of incarcerating women are all American states.
- 1 in 3 Black Men can expect to go to prison in their lifetime
- 1 in every 15 African American men are incarcerated
- 1 in every 36 Hispanic men are incarcerated
- In 2013 there were 1.6 Million Black Men under State or Federal Supervision
- 98 Percent of Black Men are unemployed after release of prison or supervision
We have the power to free over 1 Million people from Incarceration from political agendas and racist policies. Will you help #FreeEmAll