ABOUT “FRANTZ FANON, THE INSURRECTION OF THE SOUL, LIFE AND DEATH OF THE WARRIOR-SILEX” (Caraibéditions)

  The work of Frantz Fanon was moult times, analyzed, discussed, studied it all over the world, and the number of scholarly works devoted to it is impressive. Unfortunately, the commentary, or even the ready-made idea, has finally taken precedence over the Fanonian text for various reasons, and to take only this example, it is considered by many […]

Charlottesville, a rally, a question far beyond the United States (united snakes)

By Mireille Fanon Mendes France The events of Charlottesville, beyond the horror of this crazy car deliberately driven to kill, force to analyze the consequences with objectivity to stop thinking that the voluntarist policies of ‘living together’, Of crossbreeding or creolization, of integration or of assimilation have succeeded or will succeed in fighting substantially the voluntary expressions […]

Nat Turner’s slave rebellion: August 21–23, 1831

Nat Turner’s Rebellion (also known as the Southampton Insurrection) was a slave rebellion that took place in Southampton County, Virginia, during August 1831. Led by Nat Turner, rebel slaves killed from 55 to 65 people, the largest and deadliest slave uprising in U.S. history.  The rebellion was put down within a few days, but Turner survived in hiding for more than […]

MOVE update – August 2017

ONA MOVE, my friends! This is an amazing time for our MOVE family. There is so much going on that I want to be sure that you’re aware of. The latest with my family’s parole status is the continuing denial of parole for our brother Delbert Africa. Delbert was recently denied parole and given a […]

George Jackson and the Eclipse

It somehow seems so fitting  that the sun should hide it’s head in shame on Aug 21 ********** lyrics to song by Bob Dylan   I woke up this mornin’, There were tears in my bed. They killed a man I really loved Shot him through the head. Lord, Lord, They cut George Jackson down. […]

Police Dogs and Anti-Black Violence

By Tyler Parry   Protest observer (Walter Gadsden, 17) in Birmingham, Alabama, USA, on 3 May 1963, being attacked by police dogs during a civil rights protest. (Bill Hudson/AP) On July 11, 2017, a video circulated throughout social media depicting the San Diego police deploying a canine against an unarmed suspect. Posted by a bystander named Angel Nunez, […]

Chairman Fred Hampton Sr. Community Center

Peep this video by @CRCMediaCorps in #solidarity wit #BlackPantherPartyCubs support our troops:

Justice For Imam Jamil Al-Amin Formerly H. Rap Brown

 

AUDIO: Dubwise Selections from Bob Marley’s Legend Remixed

[mixcloud https://www.mixcloud.com/dubwisegaragecollection/dubwise-selections-from-bob-marleys-legend-remixed/ width=100% height=120 hide_cover=1 light=1 Dubwise Selections from Bob Marley’s Legend Remixed – Pick up the release on 6-25 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CVB6SV6?t… 1. Waiting In Vain (Jim James Remix) 2. Stir It Up (Ziggy Marley Remix) 3. Could You Be Loved (RAC Remix) 4. Get Up, Stand Up (Thievery Corporation Remix) 5. Redemption Song (Ziggy Marley Remix) […]

Revolutionary Hope: A Conversation Between James Baldwin and Audre Lorde

The Museum of Contemporary African Diaspora Arts republished this conversation between iconic Black thinkers James Baldwin and Audre Lorde on their Tumblr page. The conversation took place at Hampshire College in Amherst, MA and was was originally published in ESSENCE in 1984.The dialogue reveals the importance of recognizing that shared racial histories cannot overshadow the divergent […]