Newton.jpg1280×720 97.9 KB At Viewpoint Magazine, Delio Vasquez explores the theory of “intercommunalism”advanced in the early 1970s by Huey P. Newton, cofounder of the Black Panther Party. Vasquez’s essay serves as an extensive introduction to Newton’s essay “Intercommunalism” (1974), which was previously locked away in an archive but has now been made available on the Viewpoint website. As Vasquez writes, […]
The Black Panther Party (BPP) was an essential piece of the Black Power movement that allowed members in to advocate for the African American race on social and political issues. One of the first things you’d notice about members of the BPP was their standard uniform: a black leather jacket, black pants, powder-blue shirts black […]
“A home without a woman is like a barn without cattle.” -Afrikan Proverb.
First and foremost, the original way to spell the Black and beautifully endowed continent is “Afrika” with a “K“. However, following the invasion of the continent and enslavement of the people several years ago by imperial colonial thieves from the western world, a new name was given to the Black continent and that name is […]
This is a clip from the all-black cast film Burlesque in Harlem (1949) a comedy sketch featuring Pigmeat Markham with George Wilshire and Vivian Harris