October 13, 2012

I did a Yahoo search of the term “treatment of black women by black men.” This was the first search result on the page:

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Vol. 9.1 – A History of Black Feminism in the U.S.

This section investigates the treatment of black women in these two movements and aims to … well, there was disregard for the humanity and equality of black women. Black men

www.mit.edu/~thistle/v9/9.01/6blackf.html – Cached

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October 13, 2012

I’ve said before that I can’t spend hours looking for relevant information that hasn’t been at all tainted by a conglomerate influence or by other motivations when I’m trying to find pages and excerpts that support my arguments.  The Internet search engines are all controlled and/or very pressured by the conglomerate.

MIT has been quite nasty at times over the past year, so the number shown at the beginning of the search result and some other things about the article aren’t surprising.

I’m going to reprint the article that goes with the search result on the next blog page.

Copyright, with noted exceptions, L. Kochman, October 13, 2012 @ 11:36 a.m./addition @ 12:01 p.m.