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STOP THE KILLINGS

Posted on April 30, 2015 at 12:45 AM

Marching , demonstrating and protesting was a useful tool in the 60's and 70's but today there are laws being passed to target protestors as the enemy and there are new weapons created like the boom sound noise makers to interrupt crowds , sonic ray guns and a fully equipt militarized police state , therefore we as a people who are continuosly watching our young black men and many other young men & women being targeted , abused discriminated against, beaten KILLED and there are cases upon cases of these police officers getting away with these crimes

African-American Consumers are More Relevant Than Ever

Story by Michael Angelo Bosch AKA The MESSAGEMAN

With a current buying power of $1 trillion that is forecasted to reach $1.3 trillion by the year 2017*, the importance of connecting with African-American consumers is more important than ever. As detailed in a new report published by Nielsen in collaboration with the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), black consumers have notable distinctions from other consumer groups, and understanding this group critical to making lasting connections.

Currently 43 million strong, African-American consumers have unique behaviors from the total market. For example, they’re more aggressive consumers of media and they shop more frequently. Blacks watch more television (37%), make more shopping trips (eight), purchase more ethnic beauty and grooming products (nine times more), read more financial magazines (28%) and spend more than twice the time at personal hosted websites than any other group.

African-Americans make an average of 156 shopping trips per year, compared with 146 for the total market. Favoring smaller retail outlets, blacks shop more frequently at drug stores, convenience stores, and dollar stores. Beauty supply stores are also popular within the black community, as they typically carry an abundance of ethnic hair and beauty aids reside that cater specifically to the unique needs of African-American hair textures. Overall, health and beauty supply stores have an average household penetration rate of 46 percent among African-Americans, and the average black household spends an average of $94 in this store channel each year, providing a significant opportunity to connect with black shoppers.


Everyday somewhere in America our young are dying and we need to take back our streets and take better care of our young .

I am not excusing nor saying that it is only a police problem, I do believe many families are out of touch with regard to their children's upbringing and YES parents should bear certain responsibiliteis to what their youth are doing or are involved in but in many of these city streets where recreational programs were pulled due to lack of funds, where unemployment is at an all time high, where crime and drugs have taken a toll , where housing is in poor condition, where educational institutions are hurting due to funds and the scores and drop outs are affecting proper learning etc families are already in the crunch with trying to survive but on both sides of the fence that is no excuse for parenting, mentoring guiding and watching over your kids or no excuse for the police to target  and treat a whole race or community like they are ALL thugs and criminals"

A MESSAGE FROM ANONYMOUS

In order to be heard and make an impact stop marching, protesting or rioting and use your consumer buying power and social media to boycott and halt operations in your city until the people's needs are met.

Lets take advatange of our power in numbers and our buying power while also utilizing social media to spread the message to create a cunsumer revolution and boycott major stores & malls where an injustice by the police is occuring.

No one is listening and the media, the police , our politicains and government is sweeping this under the rug and looking the other way'


Beside Freddie Gray the killing of a black man from Baltimore and now these incidents in Tulsa and Charlette  let's look at the long list of young black killed by the hands of cops in 2015 alone so imagine the number at the end of 2016!!

Here are the names of Black people killed by police in 2015


Walter Scott 50

Bernard Moore 62

Lavall Hall 25

Jonathan Ryan Paul 42

Jamie Croom 31

Terry Garnett Jr. 37

Monique Jenee Deckard 43

Tony Terrell Robinson Jr. 19

Tyrone Ryerson Lawrence 45

Naeschylus Vinzant 37

Andrew Anthony Williams 48

Dewayne Deshawn Ward Jr. 29

Ledarius Williams 23

Yvette Henderson 38

Edward Donnell Bright, Sr. 56

Thomas Allen Jr. 34

Charley Leundeu Keunang, “Africa” 43

Fednel Rhinvil 25

Shaquille C. Barrow 20

Kendre Omari Alston 16

Brandon Jones 18

Darrell “Hubbard” Gatewood 47

Cornelius J. Parker 28

Ian Sherrod 40

Jermonte Fletcher 33

Darin Hutchins 26

Glenn C. Lewis 37

Calvon A. Reid 39

Tiano Meton 25

Demaris Turner 29

Isaac Holmes 19

A’Donte Washington 16

Terry Price 41

Stanley Lamar Grant 38

Askari Roberts 35

Dewayne Carr 42

Terrance Moxley 29

Theodore Johnson 64

Cedrick Lamont Bishop 30

Anthony Hill 27

Terence D. Walke 21

Janisha Fonville 20

Phillip Watkins 23

Anthony Bess 49

Desmond Luster, Sr. 45

James Howard Allen 74

Natasha McKenna 37

Herbert Hill 26

Markell Atkins 36

Kavonda Earl Payton 39

Rodney Walker 23

Donte Sowell 27

Mario A. Jordan 34

Artago Damon Howard 36

Andre Larone Murphy Sr. 42

Marcus Ryan Golden 24

Brian Pickett 26

Hashim Hanif Ibn Abdul-Rasheed 41

Ronald Sneed 31

Leslie Sapp III 47

Matthew Ajibade 22

Here are the names of Black people killed by police in 2014 (R.I.P)

Kevin Davis, 44

Eric Tyrone Forbes, 28

Jerame C. Reid, 36

David Andre Scott, 28

Quentin Smith, 23

Terrence Gilbert, 25

Carlton Wayne Smith, 20

Gregory Marcus Gray, 33

Antonio Martin, 18

Tyrone Davis, 43

Xavier McDonald, 16

Brandon Tate-Brown, 26

Dennis Grisgby, 35

Michael D. Sulton, 23

Thurrell Jowers, 22

Travis Faison, 24

Calvin Peters, 49

Christopher Bernard Doss, 41

Jerry Nowlin, 39

William Mark Jones, 50

Rumain Brisbon, 34

Lincoln Price, 24

Eric Ricks, 30

Leonardo Marquette Little, 33

Tamir E. Rice, 12

Akai Gurley, 28

Myron De’Shawn May, 39

Keara Crowder, 29

Tanisha N. Anderson, 37

Darnell Dayron Stafford, 31

David Yearby, 27

Aura Rosser, 40

Carlos Davenport, 51

Cinque DJahspora, 20

Rauphael Thomas, 29

Christopher M. Anderson, 27

Charles Emmett Logan, 68

John T. Wilson, III, 22

Christopher Mason McCray, 17

Kaldrick Donald, 24

Zale Thompson, 32

Terrell Lucas, 22

Ronnie D. McNary, 44

Adam Ardett Madison, 28

Balantine Mbegbu, 65

Elisha Glass, 20

Qusean Whitten, 18

Vonderrit Myers Jr., 18

O’Shaine Evans, 26

Latandra Ellington, 36

Aljarreau Cross, 29

Iretha Lilly, 37

Lashano J. Gilbert, 31

Miguel Benton, 19

Eugene Williams, 38

Tracy A. Wade, 39

Javonta Darden, 20

Marlon S. Woodstock, 38

Oliver Jarrod Gregoire, 26

Nolan Anderson, 50

Cameron Tillman, 14

John Jolly Jr., 28

Charles Smith, 29

Michael Willis Jr., 42

Briant Paula, 26

Kashad Ashford, 23

Carrey Brown, 26

Ceasar Adams, 36

Ricky Deangelo Hinkle, 47

Elijah Jackson, 33

Darrien Nathaniel Hunt, 22

Shawn Brown, 20

Alphonse Edward Perkins, 50

Naim Owens, 22

Kendrick Brown, 35

Eugene N. Turner III, 28

Ronald Singleton, 45

Jeremy Lewis, 33

Vernicia Woodward, 26

Cortez Washington, 32

Steven Lashone Douglas, 29

Desean Pittman, 20

Roshad McIntosh, 18

Anthony Lamar Brown, 39

Arvel Douglas Williams, 30

Darius Cole-Garrit, 21

Kajieme Powell, 25

David Ellis, 29

Luther Lathron Walker, 38

Andre Maurice Jones, 37

Frederick R. Miller, 38

Michelle Cusseaux, 50

Dante Parker, 36

Corey Levert Tanner, 24

Ezell Ford, 25

Robert Baltimore, 34

Dustin Keith Glover, 27

Eddie Davis, 67

Michael Brown, Jr., 18

Michael Laray Dozer, 26

John Crawford III, 22

Daniel Row, 37

Jacorey Calhoun, 23

Anthony Callaway, 27

Patrick Small, 27

Harrison Carter, 29

Vamond Arqui Elmore, 37

Donovan Bayton, 54

Charles Leon Johnson, II, 29

Briatay McDuffie, 19

Jonathan L. Williams, 25

Eric Garner, 43

Dominique Charon Lewis, 23

Michael Reams, 47

Lawrence Campbell, 27

Kenny Clinton Walker, 23

Tyshawn Hancock, 37

Charles Goodridge, 53

Cedric Stanley, 35

Ennis Labaux, 37

Warren Robinson, 16

Christopher Jones, 30

Icarus Randolph, 26

Jacqueline Nichols, 64

Jerry Dwight Brown, 41

Nyocomus Garnett, 35

Rodney Hodge, 33

Paul Ray Kemp Jr., 40

Dennis Hicks, 29

Samuel Johnson, 45

Lavon King, 20

Antoine Dominique Hunter, 24

Samuel Shields, 49

Juan May, 45

Denzell Curnell, 19

Ismael Sadiq, 30

Devaron Ricardo Wilburn, 21

John Schneider, 24

Jason Harrison, 38

Frank Rhodes, 61

Roylee Vell Dixon, 48

Broderick Johnson, 21

David Latham, 35

Lonnie Flemming, 31

Steven Thompson, 26

Thomas Dewitt Johnson, 28

Frank McQueen, 34

Sandy Jamel McCall, 33

Quintico Goolsby, 36

Dominique Franklin, Jr., 23

George V. King, 19

James Renee White Jr., 21

Devante Kyshon Hinds, 21

Pearlie Golden, 93

Jerome Dexter Christmas, 44

Armand Martin, 50

Dontre H. Hamilton, 31

Joe Huff, 86

Emmanuel Wooten

Matthew Walker, 55

Daniel Christoph Yealu, 29

Adrian Williams, 29

Gregory Towns, 24

Jameel Kareem Ofurum Harrison, 34

Zikarious Jaquan Flint, 20

Raason Shaw, 20

DeAndre Lloyd Starks, 27

Douglas Cooper, 18

Winfield Carlton Fisher III, 32

Deosaran Maharaj, 51

Daniel Martin, 47

Emerson Clayton Jr., 21

Rebecca Lynn Oliver, 24

Treon “Tree” Johnson, 27

Gabriella Monique Nevarez, 22

Marquise Jones, 23

Kenneth Christopher Lucas, 38

Keith Atkinson, 31

Yvette Smith, 45

D’Andre Berghardt Jr., 20

Stephon Averyhart, 27

Anthony Bartley, 21

Earnest Satterwhite, Sr., 68

Anneson Joseph, 28

Alton Reaves, 31

McKenzie Cochran, 25

Cornelius Turner, 19

Eldrin Loren Smart, 31

Henry Jackson, 19

Jordan Baker, 26

Gregory Vaughn Hill Jr., 30

Paul Smith, 58

Jeffrey Ragland, 50

Kendall Alexander, 34

Are you disgusted yet? Even one name on this list is too long.

(R.I.P)

Then it's time to make a real impact in change by boycotting Major stores and malls, stop spending your dollars in the cities where this abuse and blatant disregard for human life , espeically blacks American lives frequently occuring "

EVERY WEEK END IN EVERY CITY AT EVERY STORE WHERE INJUSTICE IS HAPPENING , HURT THEM WHERE THEY FEEL IT'

THEIER POCKETS!!!!!

political or corporate America only listens when it is affecting their way of life  and locking up more young blacks is a benefit to their institutions ( JAIL ) plus they use the riots as an agenda to promote and push for more funds from government and make new laws to weaken our constitrional rights so rather than falling into their hands HIT EM WHERE IT HURTS!!!

No need for  looting rioting and having the possibility of getting hurt killed or arrested it is now time to use our consumer buying power to our advantage"

Buy outside of your city where this injustice is occuring "

Put major stores and malls to a complete halt and demand that our government and politicians hear us "

We need changes in the way our police work in minority comunities , We need more body cams , A more affective community relations with the public and the police , We need ACCOUNTABILITY when an officer is found guillty of wrong doing by changing the BLUE CODE  the hiden silence and protection to police regardless of what they do must stop  by creating an outside independent agency to investigate the police.

WE NEED JUSTICE!!!!!


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