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 […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

Joel Augustus Rogers, Renaissance Man Joel A. Rogers Date: Thu, 1883-09-06 Joel Augustus Rogers was born on this date in 1883. He was an African American writer, lecturer, anthropologist, historian, journalist, and publisher. Rogers was from Negril, Jamaica, where his father was a small-town schoolteacher. In 1906, Rogers moved to Chicago but spent most of […]

SAVE THE DATE & COME MARCH IN HARLEM’Z PARADE WITH “THE FREEDOM FIGHTERZ CONTINGENT” ON SEPT. 21st

SAVE THE DATE! COME & MARCH WITH THE FREEDOM FIGHTERS CONTINGENT   SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2014 AT HARLEM’S 44th ANNUAL AFRICAN AMERICAN DAY PARADE March With “The Freedom Fighters Contingent” in Harlem’s 44th Annual African-American Day Parade. All Participants Are Asked To Bring Their Posters, Banners & Flags And To Wear T-Shirts & Buttons Of Revolutionary […]

Patsy Chavis: The Willie Lynch of Tabor CI

by a North Carolina prisoner August 2014 permalink Here in Tabor Correctional Institution in North Carolina, the officers/facility heads use a method that can be compared to the methods of Mr. Willie Lynch, who was a business man who had an affinity with “breaking slaves” in the Jim Crow south. Patsy Chavis is the facility […]

Black August: Datez of Importance

August 1619 – Arrival of first African slaves in 13 colonies August 21, 1791 – Haiti slave uprising for independence August 30, 1800 – Gabriel Prosser’s slave revolt discovered August 21, 1831 – Nat Turner’s slave rebellion August 1850 – Underground Railroad August 17, 1887 – Birth of Marcus Garvey August 24, 1943 – Birth […]

Can We Talk About How Black Women Are Treated az Threatz, Too?

We tend to focus on the consequences of stereotypes about men, but black women are victims of racialized violence as well. Understanding this is a matter of life and death By: Josie Pickens A girl holds a sign on Aug. 21, 2014, in Ferguson, Mo., as she protests the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by […]

Redefining freedom from the modern day Pharaoh…

Throughout the history of our sojourn in North America, many have likened the legacy of the Black struggle to that of the Children of Israel under Pharaoh. From the era of slavery through emancipation, and eventual Civil Rights victories 100 years later, “the Promised Land,” as a metaphor for so-called acceptance into the “mainstream,” became […]