The One Voice Rally to Fund NC Schools – Source: NCAE

Join NCAE members from all over North Carolina to speak out with one voice about the long-term devastation to our public schools and our communities. Sign up to attend our rally on May 3rd and tell the General Assembly that we can’t afford cuts to public education: (Read more)

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Top 10 Donald Trump Failures – Source: TIME

Donald Trump is very proud of himself for forcing President Obama to release his birth certificate, ending the debate over whether he was legally fit to lead the country. But not everything the Donald has put his name behind has succeeded. TIME takes a look at some gambles that went bust. (Read more)

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"Ignorance will never end. Even those with money can’t buy SENSE!!" Author: Curmilus Dancy II The Political Agitator

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Why Our Children Don’t Care

The children see what we are doing and over the majority of us ain’t doing a damn thing so therefore they are not concerned in what is going on around them. I say it is up to us when they see us doing something they will stand. This is nothing new I have dealt with SAFE NEGROES since I got involved with politics in the early 90’s and they tried to drive me away but I took a stand against them evil behinds.

I have helped to shape my children’s future because I prepare them for what is going on in the world so they can make the right choices.

Obama in Alabama: ‘I’ve never seen destruction like this’ – Source: The Grio

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Expressing amazement at the destruction around him, President Barack Obama on Friday stepped through the wreckage left by rampaging tornadoes and pledged help to those who survived but lost their homes in a terrifying flash. Said the president: "I’ve never seen devastation like this." (Read more)

Who Are The Persons Who Are Speaking Out On Issues In Your Town/County, You Don’t Have To Like Nor Agree With Them Just Name Them

So who are the persons in your town/county who are speaking out on issues?

With all that is going on in our local communities who are the persons individuals not organizations that are trying to make a difference? These people are not scared to speak truth to power and are consistent in what they say and do. You don’t have to like them or agree with them, I just want to know who are speaking out on issues. These persons may speak out via meetings, personal blogs and/or commenting on other blogs, facebook/twitter, newspapers, radio/tv or other public sources.

When something is going on and you need to call someone who are the person/s? You may not have called them yet but you know you could call them because you feel like they could help you with your issues or they could direct you in the right direction.

I hope you can name yourself along with others but if you can’t then what you gone do?

I am going to start my list here and continue to add names as they come to mind.

The reason why I am asking this is because I see so many folks talking about what is going on on the national level but what about the local level. Who are holding our local elected officials/community leaders accountable for their actions?

The categories are as follows: meetings, personal blogs and/or commenting on other blogs, facebook/twitter, newspapers, radio/tv or other public sources. Name the town/county you or the persons you name lives.

1. Curmilus Dancy II Pinetops, NC Edgecombe County – Meetings, blog, commenting on other blogs, facebook/twitter, newspapers, radio/tv

2. Andre Knight Rocky Mount NC, Edgecombe County – Meetings, radio/tv

3. Reuben Blackwell Rocky Mount NC, Edgecombe County – Meetings, radio/tv

4. George Fisher Rocky Mount NC, Nash County – Meetings, blog, commenting on other blogs, facebook/twitter, newspapers, radio/tv

The decline of the majority-black district, and what it means–Source: The Washington Post

The last decade hasn’t been kind to majority-black congressional districts across the country.

While the black population nationally ticked up 12 percent in the just-released Census numbers, eight of the top 10 majority-black districts across the country actually experienced population loss, losing an average of more than 10 percent of their black population, according to a review of Census data by The Fix. (Read more)