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Your tax dollars may once again go to work building the Uhuru Movement.
Taxpayers have funded this violent hate group that led the demonstration last year to honor a killer who murdered 4 Oakland police officers. The city of St. Pete has provided them with staff, services and a federal block grant. They are now preparing an application for state funding to open a charter school.
As far as I know the school board has not asked them to renounce violence as a condition of this funding.
For too long this hate group has gone under the radar of the news media, posing as a group out to help the poor and oppressed. The only ones they help are criminals who prey on poor black residents.
The Uhuru gang is actually a group of white communists, radicals and cult members who support a small black front group. They pretend that youth gangs who they incite to who throw rocks and bottles at officers in St. Petersburg are part of a revolutionary insurrection.
No, they are not the black community in South St. Pete or anywhere else. They take advantage of sloppy reporting to create that false impression. Black people want to be safe from crime. Uhurus take advantage of friction between black residents and law enforcement to drive a wedge, push the "No Snitch" code and make friends with hoodlums.
Accurate reporting and public scrutiny will expose this nonsense.
Take a look at the little bit of honest reporting done on them and please spread the word. Here are some links on the Uhurus:
It is disturbing that the killer of four Oakland police officers is deemed a “hero” by Uhuru.
Anti-Defamation League (page 18) lists them with groups that "possess ideologies based on hate and intolerance".
25 years of organizing in Philadelphia has built a movement of a dozen mostly white radicals with a black spokesman who justified the murder of a police officer.
40 years of violence in their home town.
This article describes activity at the proposed school campus possibly related to the murder of an 8-year-old child; "a local gang called the 8 Hype Boys and was involved in a gang shooting the day before Paris' death. They accused him of shooting at a Bethel Heights member at a party at Uhuru House on 18th Avenue S."
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