Today In Black History (our story)

  Halie Selassie, Ethiopian ruler! Halie Selassie Date: Sat, 1892-07-23 Halie Selassie was born on this date in 1892. He was an African dictator and political force in 20th century Ethiopia. Selassie was born Tafari Makonnen in Harer, Ethiopia. He married Wayzaro Menen, daughter of Emperor Menelik II, in 1911. By becoming prince (Ras), Selassie […]

Today In Black History (our story)

  From Afrika to the Amerikas, Santeria! Date: Fri, 1500-07-19 This date from 1500, celebrates Santeria. Santeria is one of the many African syncretistic religions created in the Americas. The word syncretistic means to “draw together” or “combine.” In a religious situation, this involves the mixing of elements from different or independent religious traditions to […]

The Right of Self-Determination and the Negro in the united statez of north amerika

  C L R James The Right of Self-Determination and the Negro in the United States of North Americas New York Convention Resolutions ——————————————————————————– The Right of Self-Determination and the Negro in the United States of North Americas In 1930 Negroes in America constituted nearly twelve million, or 10 percent of the American population. Of […]

Patrice Lumumba Ford has been moved: Please honor hiz father on 4th of tha Lie!

  Patrice Lumumba Ford has been moved to medium security in California: Please forward to all pertinent Prisoner support networks.  Free em all!  Patrice Lumumba Ford #96639-011 FCI Mendota P.O. Box 9 Mendota, CA  93640 And help to honor his father BPP PDX founder Kent Ford on the 4th of the Lie! Fourth of the […]

On Revolutionary Discipline

  by 1st Crown of Black Order Revolutionary Organization June 2014 permalink A persyn can proceed no further than the knowledge they have will carry them. To advance the revolutionary nationalist struggle for land, independence and socialism, we have to have a knowledge — a scientific understanding of the world around us, and we we […]


   By Carlos A. Cooks The time is at hand when the Black man must pause and take serious note of the rapid current of world events. Life for the People of African stock, has been for the past three centuries, a relentless struggle for survival. Not so much against the forces of nature, Nay! […]


  His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I speaks on Liberation Day “Today is a day in which Ethiopia is stretching her hands to God in joy and thanksgiving and revealing her happiness to her children.”   On His Majestic arrival in Addis Abeba on Liberation Day Miyazya 27 1934 / May 5th 1941 (from “My […]

Malcolm X Commemoration and Afrikan Liberation Day Celebration Part II

  This is the second of a two part series discussing the origin and development of African Liberation Day. The month of May is very important in the worldwide African Liberation Movement. During this month, throughout the African world Community, African Liberation Day (ALD) is celebrated.It is important that African Liberation Day be a vehicle […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

  Shaka, Zulu Chief killed Shaka (Portrait) Date: Wed, 1828-04-30 *On this date in 1828, Shaka, the great Zulu King was killed. In 1815, he became the clan chief of the Zulu, the largest ethnic group in South Africa, with a population of approximately 6 million. Soon after his reign began, the Zulu began their […]

The Negro iz tha Race Oppressed by All the Imperialistz

  Lamine Senghor     Lamine Senghor was an early Senegalese nationalist. Born in Kaolack, Senegal in 1889, he served in the French Army between 1915 and 1919 and returned to Paris in 1922. Senghor joined the French Communist Party and ran as a ran as Communist Party candidate in the Paris local elections in […]