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Underground Feed Back Stereo: Brothers Perspective Magazine – Personal Opinion Database – What If Black People Stop Working for This System Part 1 #busboycott #strike #blackpeople #union #workers #spotify #overcast #podcast #digitalradio

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 17, 2022 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Underground Feed Back Stereo – Brothers Perspective Magazine – Personal Opinion Database – What If Black People Stop Working for This System Part 1

Think about life in the sense of a boycott, a strike, giving up on the people who personally neglect you from peace of mind. Think of life from the viewpoint of the Civil Rights Movement during the Montgomery Bus Boycott in Alabama from December 5, 1955 to December 20th, 1956 think about the strain this placed on a racially biased economy where Black Folks are treated unequally but pay the same amount or more in taxes and red lined predatory loans. Think about how this affected the economy during a time when Black People were treated like they were subhuman, be mindful of the ongoing disrespect and out right disregard of Black Lives in the now while being reminded that Jim Crow laws were part of the actual laws. Imagine the 1,300 Black sanitation workers in Memphis, TN who led a strike commanding an improved working environment and increased payment this taking place February 12, 1968. Look at life from the perspective of the The Delano grape strike that is noted for its effectiveness in boycotts and the unheard of merger of the time of Filipino and Mexican farm workers joining together to unionize creating UFW labor union. The Brothers unionize to present the topic of Black People ending work all together across the globe, ending the opportunity for colonial oppressive systems gaining from the labor of Black People who are not treated or progressing after years of captivity and forced enslavement but are constantly innovating the world through the ongoing suffering. Do you have the heart to sit out, boycott or strike against a system who takes your hard earned tax money and support the world but can’t acknowledge Captive Slavery of those labeled Black or the colonial titles like African American, coloreds, negro or other derogatory words to describe people as thought to be 3/5ths of a man and chattel property. These same Black People were stolen from their homes globally, stripped of their names and cultural identities. They give a Marshall Act to others but will not Pay Reparations to Black people they have used for thousands of years, do they see Black People as People or just free laborers?

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In Remembrance: K Za Win – Poet

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on December 12, 2021 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Dear Father,

the River, whose stomach 

was cut open,  

has declared war 

on our tiny house on the bank, hasn’t she?

Right in front of the house 

you must be looking out for someone 

who will help you with 

embankment poles

to straighten the river,

to fill her holes with 


The poem moves from the picture of life at home to much wider themes about authoritarian power structures, corruption and inequality.

A thief is 


A thug is 

armed to the teeth.

If thieves are ungovernable,

if thugs are ungovernable, 

what’s the point of government? 

Whatever happens to the jungles

whatever happens to the mountains 

whatever happens to the rivers 

they don’t care. 

They love the country 

just the way they love to grate a coconut, 

from inside out, 

for coconut milk.

It was signed: 

Yours ever,

K Za Win 

Cell 1, Section 10

Thayawaddy Prison 

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Get No Cash Run Real Fast … U.S.A. Protest the Rules

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on August 2, 2012 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Rule made to keep Athletes with out cash – “People see the two weeks when athletes are at their best; it’s the most glorious time of our lives,” athlete Sanya Richards-Ross said. “But they don’t see the three to four years leading up to the Olympic Games when a lot of my peers are struggling to stay in the sport … A lot of my peers have second and third jobs. That’s just unfortunate.”

protest art by Marcellous Lovelace #rule40

What does this mean?
‘Competitor, coach, trainer
or official’
Rule 40 applies to competitors,
coaches, trainers and officials who
are participating in the Games
(‘Participants’). Rule 40 does not
apply to Olympians who have
competed in previous Games
but who are not participating in
the London 2012 Games in any
capacity. Nor does Rule 40 apply
to other accredited people, such as
broadcasters, volunteers or VIPs.
Note that Rule 40 is specific to the
Olympic Games but there is an
equivalent rule for the Paralympic
Games. The rules are however
distinct and apply for different
periods, therefore Olympians
are not subject to the restrictions
during the Paralympic Games after
the Olympic Games Period has
ended, and Paralympians are not
subject to the restrictions during
the Olympic Games Period.
‘Person, name, picture or sports
Any reference to the Participant,
whether by their personal
appearance, use of their image (or
any representation of such image,
whether two or three dimensional),
name or sports performance
(including performance at the
Games and recent historical
performance), in advertising will
fall within the scope of Rule 40.
‘Advertising purposes’
‘Advertising purposes’
encompasses all forms of
commercial promotion, including
(but not limited to):
––Traditional advertising in
paid-for space, including press
adverts, billboards, television
and radio adverts and online
––Direct mail advertising
(electronically or by post);
––PR, including personal
appearances and press releases;
––On-product promotions and
––In-store promotions; and
––Corporate websites, social
networking sites, blogs and
viral adverts.
‘Games Period’
For the London 2012 Olympic
Games, Rule 40 will apply from
18 July 2012 until three days after
the Closing Ceremony for the
Games – 15 August 2012.
In relation to all advertising in the
UK, LOCOG will implement Rule
40: it will grant consents, whether
to London 2012 Partners or Non-
London 2012 Partners, and will
consider whether or not deemed
consents are being appropriately
exercised. LOCOG will consult
with the BOA wherever Team GB
athletes are used.
If an Overseas Participant is
featured in a UK advert, in
addition to LOCOG’s consent
(whether express or deemed), the
express consent of the NOC of
that Overseas Participant will also
be required.
Where advertising is to be used
globally by London 2012 Partners
(by TOP Partners), the IOC will be
responsible for granting consent.
The BOA and LOCOG will be
consulted in instances where that
advertising is to take place in
the UK.

rule 40 guidelines:

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