Full court press on Bell Curve City promotion won't be until mid-July, but you can pick up the book now at Amazon.
Get it in either paperback or Kindle, but understand this book will help explain how Michael Brown is the black face that launched a thousand activists, culminating in a movement ultimately forcing Major League Baseball (MLB) to play the first ever empty stadium game in the history of baseball because white suburban fans safety could not be guaranteed.
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It wasn't supposed to be until mid-August, but SBPDL is going to launch an emergency fundraiser today. Now, more than ever, support SBPDL. You can make the donation by going to PayPal on the right-hand side of the page.
For donations of $25 or more, you'll get a signed copy of Bell Curve City in its full, 600+ pages (it will be edited down to omit many of the dates surrounding the entirety of the Ferguson War Journal to about 325 pages, so this version is extremely rare and a limited edition item).
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At this time in our history, I can't help but think of Brittney Watts, Tiffany Ferenczy and Lauren Garacia, three white women who were racial targeted by Nkosi Thandiwe (a black male) because they were white.
This atrocity happened in 2011 in Atlanta.
Garcia would be paralyzed from the racial attack; Watts, recently married, was killed. [Midtown murder suspect confesses, CBS Atlanta, January 30, 2013]:
All of Thandiwe's victims are white. He said during his last few years in college, his history studies changed his thoughts about how some white people treated black people.
"In terms of slavery and race, it was something that needed to be answered for. I saw it as something that the black community hasn't recovered from so my initial way to handle that was to spread information to help combat some of the ignorance that was in the black community about our history," said Thandiwe.
"Correct me if I'm wrong, but you were trying to spread the message of making white people the enemy," asked Assistant District Attorney Linda Dunikoski."Yes," replied Thandiwe.
Thandiwe told jurors the night before the killed Watts some white people attended a meeting he felt was only for black people. He said part of that anger was with him the day of the shootings.
But then I look in the mirror and remember the absolute pain I felt on the night I heard about what happened to Watts. As the reality of why she was targeted and murdered became clear, the pain turned to something else entirely.
I knew Brittney, and it is her face that re-launches my energy on a daily basis, directing it to keep writing and detail the types of stories that aren't supposed to be detailed (Omar Thornton and Cookie Thornton come to mind, as does the lynching of Zemir Begic and the case quickly being declared not a hate crime).
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