Strategies for Overcoming Oppression

"Jim Crow," or Jim Crow laws, were state and local laws enacted mostly in the Southern and border states of the United States between the 1870s and 1965, when Blacks were denied the right to vote and other civil liberties and were legally segregated from Whites.

Congress committed itself to stopping the occurrence of human rights violations in the future.  It is time to bring the promise to their remembrance.  Throughout history the only time America has taken steps to change the oppressive policies against Blacks has been when the rest of the world has been critical of the treatment of citizens.

The annual Human Rights Watch Report highlighted continual human rights violations of Blacks in America.  The report criticized the disproportionate number of racial and ethnic minorities continuing to flood the criminal-justice system. Approximately 3.1 percent of Black men are behind bars, compared to just 0.5 percent of white men, an imbalance stated that "may contribute to the stigma minorities can face in employment, housing, public benefits, and even voting rights".

“Whites, Blacks, and Latinos have comparable rates of drug use, but are arrested and prosecuted for drug offenses at vastly different rates.   Blacks are arrested for drug offenses, including possession, at three times the rate of White men,” HRW reported.  Link to full report






Black unemployment numbers mean NOTHING because the employment rate demonstrates the true reality that unemployment is close to 40%.  Bureau of Labor Statistics Data

 


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    Malcolm X said, "If you don't stand for something you'll fall for anything".  It is time for victims of US sanctioned enslavement to stand for what is right.  
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