Revolutionary Daily Thought

For no other reason than seeking to study, express or embrace our culture, history (our-story) and politikal ideaz. Though most Nu-Afrikanz (Blackz) have no relation to any revolutionary formation, what we do all have in common iz our Black skin and our common historikal experience with, and development in, capitalist Amerika. The state, unable to […]

National Day of Zumbi: Awakening Black Consciousnezz in Brazil

Nov. 20 celebrates the life of the Afro-Brazilian resistance leader while reaffirming Brazil’s position as the first place of freedom of Blacks in the Americas. By: Davi Nunes Today is the National Day of Zumbi and Black Consciousness in Brazil. The celebration is the result of over 40 years of struggle of the renewed Brazilian […]


Some people say I have “Minority Privilege.” Here is a list I complied of 50 Black Male Minority Privileges I’ve experienced in the twenty-four years of my life. Feel free to pick and choose from the ones you would like to possibly incorporate. There is enough to go around for everyone. My minority privilege allows me to be […]


    In the fight against chattel slavery from 1500 to 1865, the first battle-lines were drawn when the U.S. Constitution was ratified in 1788.  Forty percent of the framers of the Constitution were slaveholders. Twelve of the first 16 presidents were slaveholders. Eight of the first 16 presidents held slaves while in office. The […]

Prince Hall on the Revolt in Saint-Domingue

Beloved Brethren of the African Lodge: It is now five years since I delivered a charge to you on some parts and points of masonry. As one branch or superstructure of the foundation, I endeavored to show you the duty of a mason to a mason, and of charity and love to all mankind, as […]

Justice for Keith LaMar

  This is the reading list Keith LaMar recently fought to protect (and won the right to keep) on his hunger strike 1. Just Mercy –Bryan Stevenson 2. Inside Rikers–J. Wynn 3. The Many Faces of Shame–D. Nathanson 4. Conversations with God–N. Walsch 5. White Like Me–T. Wise 6. The New Jim Crow–M. Alexander 7. […]

Deaconz for Defense

In 1964 a small group of African American men in Jonesboro, Louisiana, defied the nonviolence policy of the mainstream civil rights movement and formed an armed self-defense organization–the Deacons for Defense and Justice–to protect movement workers from vigilante and police violence. With their largest and most famous chapter at the center of a bloody campaign […]

Hiz-story iz not My-story (Our-story)

  Synopsis of the book, ‘Before Middle Passage: Translated Portuguese Manuscripts of Atlantic Slave Trading from West Africa to Iberian Territories’, 1513-26, Ashgate Publishing, trans. and ed. Trevor P. Hall (2015). Trevor P. Hall 2015-11-17, Issue 751 cc BHMThe translated manuscripts present a revisionist view of early Atlantic slave trading, by showing that the human […]


What started the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960’s?  This video explains why the Civil Rights Movement was started and the events that led up to Black people fighting for their rights in America. It’s sad to see that Blacks are still fighting for simple rights that should be afforded to everyone.   source: