Malikah Lese
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Malikah Lese


Uncover the Truth. Command the Narrative. Fight for Freedom.

Pre-Kwanzaa Turnup for you and the family...

“We got up and were doing the electric slide, and Betty was carrying on like crazy. She said to the instructor, “We need to do something else. I know how to do the electric slide and she’s doing ok. What else you got?” - Myrlie Evers on Dr. Betty Shabazz#ForBetty #ClickTheLinkInMyBio for the full mix and a quick history lesson on the god.#ForBetty #DrBettyShabazz #GoodMusic #KwanzaaTurnup #CommandTheNarrative #BlackStoriesMatter #BlackScholarsMatter

Slow grind is better than no grind. Slow growth is better than no growth. Would appreciate it if you checked out my clothing line and spread the word as well.

Excerpt via Think And Grow Rich:#ABlackChoice by Dr. Dennis Kimbro & Napoleon Hill.

#Hwemudua or the measuring stick:

Striving toward perfection through deep self-analysis with a commitment to hold yourself accountable on all ends.

The first step to change is admitting that you have a problem and it is often due to self-destructive behavior. You're the problem and you can be the solution.

Commit to making any adjustments necessary to advance towards the best version of yourself this week.


19 Black families doing for self and building an all Black community in Georgia!

The families bought 500 acres of land in hopes of becoming known as 'Freedom, Georgia, USA'.
Love to see my folks working together. 🤎🤎

Much love to@senatormikesimmons for his good work.

Alongside Simmons', the mother of Nelson is also joining the fight. In a statement collected by Block Club Chicago, Ida Nelson states that “The source of the problem is self-hatred...we don’t even notice that’s the problem. The problem is we never really were taught to embrace who we are and love ourselves from head to toe in our natural state.”


Founder of the#GullahGeecheeCoalition Chieftess#QueenQuet

“The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any.“ - Alice Walker

Taking it back with one of my favorite shows that I STILL watch (judge your mother). I light up whenever I see the Daises on screen.

Nonetheless, today we're going over a short lesson on the#LowCountry where we'll learn about the culture and background of the#GullahPeople and where the#GullahGeecheeNation stands today in the battle for cultural/land preservation.

Wake up, it's time to learn#YouMustLearn

Back with the#WordOfTheDay

While it might seem monotonous, awareness of life on all ends, is necessary for the advancement of our people. Doing it a bit different as we'll be going over a bit of history and current event details of the#Gullah and the#GullahGeecheeNation .

Look out for my next post regarding the matter and tap in to@NzingasDefense for frequent updates on the status of the Gullah Geechee.

“It is still one of the tragedies of human history that the children of darkness are frequently more determined and zealous than the children of light” - Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Not in this house.

Shutting down the constant victimization of Black lives through excessive trauma bonding with no solutions. We see it every summer and while it's important to be aware, it's even greater when we’re active. Summer's coming & as the old world is being pushed into the darkness, the need to harvest energy is at an all-time high for the sake of survival.#ByAnyMeansNecessary Starve the ene

I have a hard time labeling people as family. But when you do the will and the work of Jah, I can't help but love you. One year down, a lifetime to go. New Era Nation.

What could hinder a righteous conviction?:
1) The “objective reasonableness” that an officer may view as a cause to use excessive force. This is mostly rooted in the#GrahamVConner Supreme Court ruling.
2) the EXACT cause of death, as the defense attorney argued that underlying heart issues, opioid abuse, stress, carbon monoxide....🙄and everything outside of Chauvin’s neglect caused the death of George Floyd.
3) The fact that while morality shows us a 9 minute and 29-second execution, common law and natural law are not the same.

I’m mad enough to get active, CONSISTENTLY.

Don’t talk about the problem and not show up to fix it.

Oscar DePriest Elementary School
139 S. Parkside
Chicago, IL 60644
April 24th, 12 PM.

And if you can’t make it, come through for our Streets Is Watching community patrol or host and broadcast your own. Check in with@new_era_chicago for details.

Our strong tower in the time of trouble... You alone we worship, You alone we ask for help.

How powerful those words are when we realize that they do not sit merely as a source of reverence for a God that we’ve never seen.

Being made in His image, that power lives and dwells in us, daily. So we use it to seek out those who carry it, hoping for some kind of inspiration to pull us through.

Congratulations!!! You will be successful!!!

For those who are in observance, may this be a season of connection, redemption and not just tradition.#RamadanKareem

This line of speculative questioning by Eric Nelson is painting a picture for any jury member who might doubt that Chauvin intentionally murdered George Floyd. By consistently (and annoyingly) putting words in the mouths of witnesses and twisting the narrative, this could turn into an incident where a juror could ignorantly see the crowd as a threat, use drug usage as a foundation for Chauvin's response, justify nearly all forms of police brutality, and set the need for natural law back into a dark hole.

Part 3: The slow demise of policy programs such as the#FreedmensBureau or the reversal of the#ConfiscationActs served as a wake-up call as they realized they were literally sold a lie.
#HistoryOfHomesteading #NewEraChicago #BlackPolicyMatters #BlackPowerMatters

Part 2:#LetsLearnTogether Carpetbaggers and shiesty salesmen, sold croquet stakes/pegs paired with false land titles to African-Americans who were anxious about starting their new life of freedom&self-sufficiency during the Civil War& Reconstruction periods in the south.
This followed a series of policy programs engineered mostly by Radica&Moderate Republicans, including President Lincoln. Following his assassination, successor, Andrew Johnson, reverted policies that granted some form of an equitable advantage through the ownership of land&property to African Americans&poor Caucasians.

Part 1:
#BlackPolicyMatters #BlackPowerMatters

Preemption: 1. The right granted by Congress to settle on certain public land on a “first come, first served” basis, and to acquire title to the property. 2. The act of buying anything before or ahead of others.

#LetsLearnTogether Carpetbaggers and shiesty salesmen (mostly from the North), sold croquet stakes or pegs paired with false land titles to African-Americans who were anxious about starting their new life of freedom and self-sufficiency during the Civil War & Reconstruction periods within the south.

As we stated before,   
We're not here to compete with other platforms and/or those that's doing the work. We want to work with you.   
We're not here to sugarcoat raw truth when we have clearly taken up the bottom class position, comfortably. We want to push content that helps us build, together.  
We're not here to seek other interest except for the Black interest, until we can establish some sort of foundation, we can throttle from. Our economic foundation is important for us.  
Contined in comments...

#blkem #collaboration

Fifty years and not ONE strand on Verdine White's hair has EEEVER come out of place... Man's been Easter fresh all his life.

Also, be on the lookout for information regarding New Era Chicago's first political science/history lecture of the year. Super excited about what we have coming up.

Taking a very brief hiatus from SM for the sake of trying to figure out how to revolutionize the "boring" content that affects us to the core. From accurate depictions of our history to federal and local legislation. You thought it was real before today, it's about to be hell for a lot of people.

The African continent is famous for its poverty… But many people don’t know the complete reason why Africa is so poor. In this video, we will look from the point when African countries were rich and powerful, how over the centuries Africa lost its wealth, and why Africa hasn’t been able to crawl out of its poverty while so many other countries and former colonies have.

Why is Africa Still So Poor? - YouTube

The African continent is famou..


#GrandRising Here's your#WordOfTheDay
Source:#OxfordDictionary and#Thesaurus

#UseItInASentence : “Desire for land impelled aristocrats and lowborn alike to come to Virginia; those who survived acquired holdings at Indian expense. Colonists assumed that SOVEREIGNTY resided with the company and the King. Indians could not or would not see this logic."

#BookReference :#TheOnlyLandTheyKnew : The Tragic Story of the American Indians of the South
#OneBookOneWordAtATime #ReadBeforeYouReach

Blkem and New Era Nation in Dallas this past weekend! Powerful✊🏿✊🏿✊🏿✊🏿

Congressional Hearings/Meetings are the melting pot so to speak, of feelings and legislative analysis of this political institution. This is where opinions are expressed, former laws are examined, and groups composed of concerned and proactive constituents are acknowledged. And of course, where laws are passed. We often get distracted and miss what's often in front of our eyes. We're catching up, but we NEED to pick up the speed. #FightBack