Stanley Crouch supports the rage against white folks hanging nooses in Jena, LA and the resulting criminal prosecutions only of black folks in the resulting conflicts. He wonders if this organized response to the Jena injustice will translate into (finally) an equally unified and loud response to the even greater problem of black monsters in black communities ruining life for everybody. We wonders as well about the lack of such a volunteer effort to teach the black kids who are goofing off during the school day.
Here he revisits the theme, comparing the rage by blacks at Columbia over a noose hung at a black prof's door, to the silence resulting from black thugs executing three black teens a few days later in nearby Newark.
In this column, Crouch reveals how Phily's Nation of Islam chapter fronted for a hard core black mafia family of cold-blooded killers, and how Heuy Newton -- so proudly cheered on the t-shirts of rigteous "community activists" -- took transformed Black Panthers into a street gang.
Bravo for Crouch's campaign to get people interested in addressing the "national issue of excessive urban murder."