Revolutionary Daily Thought

  The late African-American Muslim minister and a human rights activist was also known as the leader of the 1960s political movements: Black nationalism and Pan-Africanism. While Dr. King Jr. marched for civil rights and against racial segregation, Malcolm X advocated the complete separation of African Americans from whites.

Women Outlawz: Politriks of Gender and Resistance in the US Criminal Justice System

Women Outlaws: Politics of Gender and Resistance in the US Criminal Justice System   Mechthild Nagel, SUNY Cortland; nagelm@cortland.edu   Prisons have always served the role of social control (Kurshan 1996). Nobody has more acutely experience and theorized imprisonment as such as political prisoners. This category includes people convicted due to their resistance to state […]

U.S. Parole Commission Rejectz Examiner’z Recommendation

  To: My comrades, family and extended family- please distribute to all those who have given support and resources to this process may (Allah) God bless them.  In the spirit of our ancestors, I deeply thank you. Written: September 16, 2014   On September 15, 2014, I received a notice of action from the national […]

We Must Understand: “Black History (our story) iz 24/7/365”

By Roy Douglas Malonson “There is no more powerful force than a people steeped in their history…” Lonnie Bunch BLACK HISTORY… no greater words can be spoken when describing the value of understanding where you come from. Knowing and respecting Black History is not only precious knowledge, but also is a special kind of power […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

  “You don’t have to be a man to fight for freedom. All you have to do is to be an intelligent human being.” — Malcolm X Related articles Missing Malcolm X: Are Rappers Scared of Revolution? New Malcolm X Diary Reveals a Revolutionary Optimist March is for Malcolm Malcolm X was more than King’s […]

Seriez Explorez Black Male Experience in the US – I Am A Man Featuring Jon’z Story

Listen to this segment with Jon Listen to the entire program with Sonali Kolhatkar The events of this summer in Ferguson, Missouri, highlighted an ugly truth to mainstream Americans – that Black men in this country are viewed as so suspicious by law enforcement that they are shot first and questioned later. It is a […]

4th World Radyo: AmerIndianz And Afrikanz Navigating The Orwellian Zone (09.05.2014)

Summary: TheAngryindian discusses the strange, wavering and ultimately hypocritical intellectual morass that is modern popular culture and the impact it has on the Indigenous and African communities of North America. Extra: a recent conversation with Bob Kincaid of Head-on-Radio (The Horn) broadcasting from the Scots-Irish environs of Appalachia and new (Strong) protest music from African […]