Ibtihaj Muhammad is an American sabre fencer and member of the United States fencing team. She is best known for being the first Muslim woman who wears a hijab to qualify for the United States Olympic Team.
From outlaws to businessmen. Capitalism awarding the violence and suppression of the black community. Drugs and violence are good and what they are trying to sell. Dope beats. Dupe???? Be careful of the media the most powerful force in the United States. Can make your enemy appear as your friend. Brother Malcolm told you.
Octavius V. Catto -- Born the son of a slave, Catto became a schoolteacher in Philadelphia and a leading figure in the black community, both as an educator, an athlete (he founded an all-black baseball team), and an organizer for civil and social rights for blacks. In 1871, during the the first election in which blacks could vote, he was murdered by a Democratic party operative while canvassing for Republican candidates.
“The challenge is the same challenge that we had before my time in the ’60s. We [must] find a way that if we don’t walk together, that we don’t collide,” Sharpton said, later adding: “Whether your slogan is ‘Black Lives Matter,’ which we [National Action Network] support and stand with, or ‘No Justice, No Peace,’ which we helped make famous coming from the ’80s until now, the argument is not with slogans. The argument is with what we’re fighting.”