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In contrast there are currently around 600 black people waiting for an organ transplant with the vast majority of those in need of a kidney transplant.
Again: We are brought up with the unconscious, unexamined expectation that our experiences are the ones that matter--and the lives of black people and other people of color only matter when they affect us.
Seventh Trumpet Media wants to play their role in creating awareness of the rich history of black people.
He sets the tone of the book right from the "Preface" in which he makes an urgent appeal to Africans and black people to make every effort to survive Africanness and blackness.
When black people implode in public in high profile fashion, the effect is very disturbing and can lead to distractions which, while well intentioned, are useless and counterproductive.
But he said: "There are not enough black people represented on TV and across the board.
The Voice host Reggie Yates also complained recently about a lack of openings for black people on TV.
Because perhaps more than any other Americans, we as black people need our own voice, to tell our own stories, not just as acts of creative expression or entrepreneurial pursuits, but as indispensible means of achieving and defending our rights and freedoms.
Official police stats show the gap between the number of white and black people stopped in the street has widened since last year.
JimCavanaugh, special agent in charge of thenashvillebureau of alcohol, tobacco, Firearmsand explosives, said the twomen planned to shoot 88 black people anddecapitateanother 14.
Jim Cavanaugh of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, said the two men planned to shoot 88 black people and decapitate another 14.