Angela Davis at Occidental College (1984)

Angela Davis, faculty member at San Francisco College, and sponsored by the Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, speaks at Occidental College during Black History Month about her experiences with African American struggles during the 1960s and on to the present and the benefits of civil rights actions for all minorities. Her personal history includes […]

PEOPLE’S EYE PHOTOGRAPHY IS GROWING

  A GO-FUND ME   (gf.me/u/p2x7yj) page has been established for her to start making her huge business dream come true, by providing her $5000.00 in basic seed money between May-September, 2017; for the following needs: (1) Marketing and advertising (2) Web site development and upgrades (3) Quality digital computer and camera equipment, and equipment upgrades (4) Software that […]

Smash Pages Q&A: David F. Walker on ‘The Life of Frederick Douglass’

This a must read if you have ever read the”Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass one of amerika’s greatest abolitionist.  “The Life of Frederick Douglass” a graphic narrative that should be at the top of reading list for 2019. This graphic novel is written by family so show some love and pick up a copy […]

Ella Collins [Malcolm X’s Sister] Interview Part 2

 

John Henrik Clarke – Poet

John Henrik Clarke (born John Henry Clarke, January 1, 1915 – July 16, 1998), was an American historian, professor, and a pioneer in the creation of Pan-African and Africana studies, and professional institutions in academia starting in the late 1960s. Source: https://www.wikiwand.com/en/John_Henr…

#WeTour: Sudan’s forgotten Nubian pyramids [Pictures]

Although pyramids have become synonymous with Egypt, it is Sudan that has the most numerous pyramids in the world, 220 existing pyramids to be exact. Though much smaller, the Nubian Meroe pyramids are just as impressive as the more famous Egyptian ones. Sudan’s secluded Nubian pyramids in ancient Meroe, the capital of the Kingdom of […]

The forgotten groundnut pyramids of Nigeria, the one-time pride of the West Afrikan nation

The Groundnut Pyramids of Nigeria. Pic credit: AgroNigeria You can call them Nigerians’ first love. Built in northern cities such as Kano, Malam Madori and Bebeji from the 1910s, they were pyramid-like structures made from groundnut sacks that towered up towards the sky, offering splendour similar to the Egyptian pyramids. In the 1960s and 70s, […]

Ella Collins [Malcolm X’s sister] Interview

Sarah Ann Shaw interviews Ella Collins, sister of Malcolm X. Collins discusses the childhood of Malcolm X and how she had raised him from an early age until his incarceration and subsequent conversion to Islam. Topics covered include Malcolm X’s attitudes toward violence; women; and at the onset how the family had great expectations of […]

The Present Day Fight For Black Liberation In Amerika

  By Bashir Akinyele “Too Black, Too Strong” -Malcolm X (the first and former National Spokesman for the Honorable Elijah Muhammad) “I won’t let history write out the legacy of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad” -The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan (the Spokesman for the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Nation of Islam) “We must put […]

Sister Thea Bowman

Born December 29, 1937, in Yazoo City, Mississippi, Thea was reared as a Protestant until at age nine when she asked her parents if she could become a Catholic. Gifted with a brilliant mind, beautiful voice and a dynamic personality, Sister Thea shared the message of God’s love through a teaching career. After 16 years of teaching, […]