Manifesto on rebuilding New Afrikan people, familiez and communitiez

by Mutope Duguma If we are to survive in the 21st century, we’ve got to get back to who and what we were, not what each of us is destined to be individually. Because in the 21st century, people are moving forward collectively throughout the world. It is the only way we are going to […]

Malcolm X Grassroots Movement in Solidarity with the National Black Theatre of Harlem

The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement stands in full solidarity with the National Black Theatre of Harlem (NBT). We support their self-determination to use their historic space to bring Black people together rather than promote division and disunity among us. This is a critical tradition to uphold, especially in this historical moment when ALL Black lives […]

Update on “Operation Ghetto Storm”- The Enduring War on Black People in the United Statez

by Arlene Eisen* Part 1  http://www.telesurtv.net/english/opinion/Update-on-Operation-Ghetto-Storm-Part-1-20150713-0007.html Part 2: http://www.telesurtv.net/english/opinion/Update-on-Operation-Ghetto-Storm-Part-2–20150715-0033.html Part 3: http://www.telesurtv.net/english/opinion/Update-on-Operation-Ghetto-Storm-Part-3-20150721-0013.html All three parts are published by TeleSur English   “Once the classic method of lynching was the rope. Now it is the policeman’s bullet….We submit that the evidence suggests that the killing of Negroes has become police policy in the United States and […]

Aug. 13, 2015 Markz 95 Yearz of Red, Black and Green – Mhotep planz to make 8/13/15 Reddest, Blackest & Greenest day ever

The colors Red, Black and Green are approaching 100 years since being designated the symbol of all people of African ancestry. The Mhotep Corporation encourages celebration of the 95th year of RBG. (#RBG95) Washington, DC, July 07, 2015 –(PR.com) The Mhotep Corporation announced today its plans to make this August 13, 2015 the Reddest, Blackest […]

The Public Archive

black history in dark times By THE PUBLIC ARCHIVE  When The Public Archive published Radical Black Cities on September 17, 2012, we wanted to mark the one-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street while highlighting what we saw as Occupy’s racial limits. In our view, Occupy had a restricted, almost liberal, vision of the havoc that […]

Angola Three’z Robert King lookz back on 30 yearz of solitary confinement

We were caged up,’ says King, who was released in 2001 after a court reversed his conviction, as he closely watches the fate of the last of the three still in prison: Albert Woodfox The ‘Angola Three’: Herman Wallace, Robert King and Albert Woodfox. Photograph: angola3.com Associated Press in New Orleans Robert King says he […]

The Black onez too

by Kevin Cooper During the recent events surrounding the murder of unarmed Black males by white police officers in this country, it has been pointed out, and correctly so, that America has a steep and tortured history concerning the murders of Blacks by whites – legally and illegally! But what has for the most part […]

Malcolm on Lumumba: He was “the Greatest Afrikan”

Had he not been assassinated in 1961, Patrice Lumumba, the first democratically elected prime minister of the Congo, would have been 90 years old on July 2. Maurice Carney, of Friends of the Congo, notes that this year also marks the 90th birthday of Malcolm X, assassinated in 1965. “To a large extent, it was […]

Racism and Afrikan-Amerikan men: Killing without a gun

by Yael Levin Racism has a long history in the United States, from slavery in the 18th and 19th centuries through Jim Crow laws in the 20th century. After these laws were struck down, many Americans believed that racism was no longer a problem. Particularly after President Barack Obama’s election in 2008, it seemed to […]

Message to Black youth

by Kamau M. Askari Primacy should be given to an understanding of the material fact we are all one family. Our relations are consanguineous (related by blood) stemming from our common Afrikan ancestry. Each of you constitutes one link in the great chain that is representative of the whole, i.e., the family, which is also […]