Joceline Clemencia & Education An Institutionalized Crime

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Joceline Clemencia: The governmental aparatus subsidizes an institutionalized crime called education against young Black people.

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Cut It

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The economic elite make the cost of living way too high

we

need to

cut it

The dehumanizing chains of dutch colonial whiteness

are fatally

heavy

we need to cut it.

 

Cut it cut it cut it cut it cut it cut it cut it

Black Social Death = White Wealth in Curaçao

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White wealth accumulated after the era of Dutch enslavement in Curacao is being documented. The first series starts with analyzing the way wages have risen for 125 Dutch white and Creole white families (that occupied the land and controlled the economy and finances) from systemic plundering the black community while the new freedom meant new systems of enslaving a nation of black people.

Papa Godett

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Wilson ‘Papa’ Godett: “The racial element in local politics is not new. When I emphatically  focus on the black population I do it not to discriminate but to identify with the large masses who are black in Curaçao. They have the biggest needs. That’s where the misery is at: unemployment, hunger, deplorable housing.  I’m in solidarity whit the black population and when I bring this things on tv it’s to give black people a sense of pride and self confidence.”

In Memory of Amado Römer

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Amado Römer: “The philospophy about independence is usually completely coupled to the financial-economic situation and that I find fully degenerative. The people here say: If something happens then we can always fall back on the Netherlands. ….There’s never been any socioplotical educatio, not during the colonial period, neither during the post-colonial period. But for me independence the sooner, the better.”

Peter Stuyvesant Fell A Long Time Ago In Curaçao

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The entrapments of Dutch white violence through labor, education, religion, politics and corporate power has never made it easy to break out from the colonial subject syndrome but by crushing white idolatry symbols that glorify the enslavement of Africans sparked many to revolt against or consider to either question or rebel on the sly against the foul structural imprisonment of black souls in Curaçao. Helmin Wiels  in 2011 played a key part in the removal of the Peter Stuyvesant statue from a public school and it revealed decolonizing gateways to escape.

José Maria Capricorne

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José Maria Capricorne: “I bear a grudge against all the politicians who literally destroyed the art academy. All those with their ‘Dushi Korsou’ and all those stories. They committed a cultural crime..”