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Woman loses leg after being caught up in gang clash

COLETTE DEVLIN

Last updatedMon Apr 06 02:35:08 UTC 2015

CALEB HARRIS/FAIRFAX NZ

Police investigators comb Miriam St, Masterton, after a confrontation between people associated with the Mongrel Mob and Black Power gangs ended with a woman being hit by a car.

A 56-year-old woman allegedly hit by a car during a confrontation between the Black Power and Mongrel Mob has had her leg amputated.

Police were called to a Masterton address on March 29 after the woman was allegedly hit by a car during a confrontation between the rival gangs.

Police confirmed on Monday the woman “lost her leg” as a result of the injury last week.

She was initially airlifted to Wellington Hospital with leg injuries and taken to the intensive care unit.

It is understood to have been amputated the day after the incident.

The woman was with a group connected to the Black Power gang which drove to the house in Miriam St, whose occupants are involved with the rival Mongrel Mob gang, Wairarapa police senior sergeant and acting area commander Mike Sutton said.

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The Black Power Gang in New Zealand [ Gang Documentary ] .mp4 – Video



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South Africa: The Fall of Cecil John Rhodes and the Rise of Black Power

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Cecil Rhodes is back in the news, following Black student protests to have his statue removed from the University of Cape Town. Rhodes’s unparalled evil legacy is still palpable across Africa. By splashing Rhodes’s statue with human excrement, the brave Black students have hit a raw nerve in the ‘sensitive’, ‘innocent’ and ‘pure’ white body.

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‘…anti-blackness more accurately captures the dehumanization and constant physical danger that black people face. The “anti” in “anti-blackness” is denial of black people’s right to life.’- Michael Jeffries.

‘How we understand suffering and whether we locate its essence in economic exploitation or in anti-Blackness has a direct impact on how we imagine freedom; and on how we foment revolution’- Frank B. Wilderson, III.

‘In South Africa, the passport of whiteness grants the holder rights to resources, privileges of learned ignorance to sustained racial injustice, acceptance as informal authority, as well as access to the benefits of a racially determined economic, political and social system. The system of racial injustice includes both the interpersonal racism but of even greater scrutiny is the system of exclusion that operationalizes the passport of white privilege’.- Warren Phaahla

This essay seeks to examine the meaning of Cecil John Rhodes, 113 years after his death by looking at the following:

– His historical location within Europe’s global anti-Black white supremacist project;

– His family background and how he acquired ‘his’ fortune;

– The impact of the institutions he built, and the Glen Grey Act, on the status of Black people in South Afrika;

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(90’s) Black Power – Godfather – Video



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Rethinking the Black Power Movement

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Penial Joseph | photo by Kelvin Ma

Powerful, imposing figures like Eldridge Cleaver, H. Rap Brown, Stokely Carmichael and Angela Davis, pictured with their fists raised. Young African-American revolutionaries in shades and military garb, toting rifles.

Really, when we think about black power in the popular imagination, says Peniel Joseph, its usually couched as the evil twin that wrecked the civil rights movement.

But its also a good deal more, says Joseph, Tufts scholar and author of Dark Days, Bright Nights: From Black Power to Barack Obama, who will be giving a free public lecture this Friday at Zion Baptist Church.

I think now as weve gotten more distant and more archival historical evidence, we really see the way in which black power tried to transform American democracy, and it wasnt just about violence or anti-white rhetoric. For the most past, its really about radical, social, political, cultural self-determination.

The legacy, he says, goes far and wide, leading to black student unions, black studies departments and programs in major universities and, ultimately, the election of a whole generation of black officials.

While the media images of the movement in the predominantly white media were largely negative, Joseph says, black America saw things differently. There was a new pride thanks to the Black Power movement, a new sense of consciousness, self-determination and worth; Black is beautiful became a lasting cultural meme of the 1960s.

Certainly, there were revolutionaries like the Black Panthers, who have a very self-defensive posture and in certain instances, around 1970 to 1971, were talking about a political revolution, he says, but the real revolution was cultural.

Joseph says the legacy of the Black Power movement can be seen in huge social protests that have emerged in the years since: Jesse Jacksons Rainbow Coalition, the anti-apartheid protests of the 1980s, the Million Man March of the 1990s, and the recent Black Lives Matter protests which grew out of the killings of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown on the street and in social media.

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Annual Black Powder Festival coming to Wappapello Lake

WAPPAPELLO LAKE, MO (KFVS) – The 37th Annual Old Greenville Black Power Rendezvous will take place in Wappapello Lake on April 18-19. Admission is free to the public.

Competitions include black powder shooting, hawk and knife throwing, bow shooting, and fire starting.

Entry fees for adults in primitive attire is $10, For those in modern dress it is $12. Teenage division fee is $5. Children under 12 compete for free.

The rendezvous will begin at 9 a.m. on Saturday and go until dark. It will wrap up Sunday at 3 p.m.

The Old Greenville Black Power Rendezvous is the second longest-running event of its kind in Missouri.

This event is a partnership between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Crowley’s Ridge Blackpowder Club.

For more information, contact the Wappapello Lake Project Office at 573-222-8562 or Crowley’s Ridge Blackpowder Club at 573-321-0401.

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Unboxing OnePlus Drone and Sandstone Black Power Bank – Video




Unboxing OnePlus Drone and Sandstone Black Power Bank It's been awhile, but I'm finally back with another unboxing. This time, I've got the limited edition OnePlus Drone and the OnePlus Power Bank in Sandstone Black. The Power Bank has smooth… By: SentinelPrimek

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Woman loses leg after being caught up in gang clash

COLETTE DEVLIN Last updatedMon Apr 06 02:35:08 UTC 2015 CALEB HARRIS/FAIRFAX NZ Police investigators comb Miriam St, Masterton, after a confrontation between people associated with the Mongrel Mob and Black Power gangs ended with a woman being hit by a car. A 56-year-old woman allegedly hit by a car during a confrontation between the Black Power and Mongrel Mob has had her leg amputated. Police were called to a Masterton address on March 29 after the woman was allegedly hit by a car during a confrontation between the rival gangs. Police confirmed on Monday the woman “lost her leg” as a result of the injury last week. She was initially airlifted to Wellington Hospital with leg injuries and taken to the intensive care unit. It is understood to have been amputated the day after the incident. The woman was with a group connected to the Black Power gang which drove to the house in Miriam St, whose occupants are involved with the rival Mongrel Mob gang, Wairarapa police senior sergeant and acting area commander Mike Sutton said.

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South Africa: The Fall of Cecil John Rhodes and the Rise of Black Power

analysis Cecil Rhodes is back in the news, following Black student protests to have his statue removed from the University of Cape Town. Rhodes’s unparalled evil legacy is still palpable across Africa. By splashing Rhodes’s statue with human excrement, the brave Black students have hit a raw nerve in the ‘sensitive’, ‘innocent’ and ‘pure’ white body. INTRODUCTION ‘…anti-blackness more accurately captures the dehumanization and constant physical danger that black people face. The “anti” in “anti-blackness” is denial of black people’s right to life.’- Michael Jeffries. ‘How we understand suffering and whether we locate its essence in economic exploitation or in anti-Blackness has a direct impact on how we imagine freedom; and on how we foment revolution’- Frank B. Wilderson, III. ‘In South Africa, the passport of whiteness grants the holder rights to resources, privileges of learned ignorance to sustained racial injustice, acceptance as informal authority, as well as access to the benefits of a racially determined economic, political and social system. The system of racial injustice includes both the interpersonal racism but of even greater scrutiny is the system of exclusion that operationalizes the passport of white privilege’.- Warren Phaahla This essay seeks to examine the meaning of Cecil John Rhodes, 113 years after his death by looking at the following: – His historical location within Europe’s global anti-Black white supremacist project; – His family background and how he acquired ‘his’ fortune; – The impact of the institutions he built, and the Glen Grey Act, on the status of Black people in South Afrika;

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Attrac Black Power 5 Vibration Plate Vibrationsplatte Attrac Black Power 5 Vibration Plate Vibrationsplatte Produktmerkmale * 2 Displays mit LED Technologie; Frequenzen 25-50 Hz in 1Hz Schritten; 2 Amplituden (Low und High); * Timer: 30/45/60sec;… By: ikin

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Rethinking the Black Power Movement

USC & Higher Education Penial Joseph | photo by Kelvin Ma Powerful, imposing figures like Eldridge Cleaver, H. Rap Brown, Stokely Carmichael and Angela Davis, pictured with their fists raised. Young African-American revolutionaries in shades and military garb, toting rifles. Really, when we think about black power in the popular imagination, says Peniel Joseph, its usually couched as the evil twin that wrecked the civil rights movement. But its also a good deal more, says Joseph, Tufts scholar and author of Dark Days, Bright Nights: From Black Power to Barack Obama, who will be giving a free public lecture this Friday at Zion Baptist Church. I think now as weve gotten more distant and more archival historical evidence, we really see the way in which black power tried to transform American democracy, and it wasnt just about violence or anti-white rhetoric. For the most past, its really about radical, social, political, cultural self-determination. The legacy, he says, goes far and wide, leading to black student unions, black studies departments and programs in major universities and, ultimately, the election of a whole generation of black officials. While the media images of the movement in the predominantly white media were largely negative, Joseph says, black America saw things differently. There was a new pride thanks to the Black Power movement, a new sense of consciousness, self-determination and worth; Black is beautiful became a lasting cultural meme of the 1960s. Certainly, there were revolutionaries like the Black Panthers, who have a very self-defensive posture and in certain instances, around 1970 to 1971, were talking about a political revolution, he says, but the real revolution was cultural. Joseph says the legacy of the Black Power movement can be seen in huge social protests that have emerged in the years since: Jesse Jacksons Rainbow Coalition, the anti-apartheid protests of the 1980s, the Million Man March of the 1990s, and the recent Black Lives Matter protests which grew out of the killings of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown on the street and in social media.

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Annual Black Powder Festival coming to Wappapello Lake

WAPPAPELLO LAKE, MO (KFVS) – The 37th Annual Old Greenville Black Power Rendezvous will take place in Wappapello Lake on April 18-19. Admission is free to the public. Competitions include black powder shooting, hawk and knife throwing, bow shooting, and fire starting. Entry fees for adults in primitive attire is $10, For those in modern dress it is $12. Teenage division fee is $5. Children under 12 compete for free. The rendezvous will begin at 9 a.m. on Saturday and go until dark. It will wrap up Sunday at 3 p.m. The Old Greenville Black Power Rendezvous is the second longest-running event of its kind in Missouri. This event is a partnership between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Crowley’s Ridge Blackpowder Club. For more information, contact the Wappapello Lake Project Office at 573-222-8562 or Crowley’s Ridge Blackpowder Club at 573-321-0401.

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