The Deamon, the Woman and the Bird – afrikan fairy tale from Senegal Multicultural Animated Project “Four Directions of Fairy Tales” (Cztery Strony Bajek) sponsored by Embassy of United States in Warsaw screenplay and directed by Martyna Majewska art animation, editing: Marcin Koźliński english translation Marzanna Gromotowicz narrated by Kobi Weitzner consultations Mamadou Diouf music: Kevin MacLeod – – creative commons This work is licensed under […]

Afrikan Fairytalez, Folktalez and Fablez

Read African folk tales from Folk Stories from Southern Nigeria, Zanzibar Tales, Sanni Meterlerkamp and more. Jump to full list of African folk tales. About: Africa brought forth many rich stories of folklore to the literature world. These stories continue to fascinate audiences and are often taught in schools. The body of African folklore encompasses tales from […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

“Again we have deluded ourselvez into believing the myth that Kapitalism grew and prospered out of the Protestant ethic of hard work and sacrifice. The fact iz that kapitalism waz built on the exploitation and suffering of black slavez and continuez to thrive on the exploitation of the poor – both black and white, both […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

“I contend that the cry of “Black Power” iz, at bottom, a reaction to the reluctance of white power to make the kind of changez necessary to make justice a reality for the Negro. I think that we’ve got to see that a riot iz the language of the unheard. And, what iz it that […]

Update and Letter to the Community from Politikal Prisoner Jalil Muntaqim

Dear Friends and Supporters: Thank you all for extending your concern for my well being and supporting our continuing social media blast to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo in demanding he grants my application to commute this sentence to time served. While we are happy for Judith Clark, we must realize there is something inherently disturbing. […]

Black Nationalism and Liberation

by GARRETT FELBER Nation of Islam counter-demonstration at NAACP rally in Harlem, 1961 / Photograph: NAACP collection, Library of Congress In a world where Donald Trump’s presidential nomination speech has been endorsed by a former leader of the Ku Klux Klan—yet Black Lives Matter activists are accused of reverse racism for asking to not be murdered […]

Lively Up the Dead Zone: Remembering democracy’z racist state crimez (Ashe)

by Janine Jones (12/6/16) A critique of political thinking in Africana thought brings us to a crossroads. At this intersection, passing trajectories meet. Moving in opposite directions, they send contradictory messages concerning democracy, racism, and political violence. One trajectory pursues the accomplishments of Africana intellectual, artistic, economic, and political elites…  The other trajectory tracks the misery […]

Iz Marxism Relevant? Some Usez and Misusez – by David Gilbert, political prisonerz

I’m sure David would love to communicate with people about ideaz in thiz long, new article he wrote.  by David Gilbert (1/16/2017) “Imperialism is piracy […] reorganized, consolidated and adapted to the aim of exploiting the natural and human resources of our peoples.” “[N]obody has yet made a successful revolution without a revolutionary theory.” – Amilcar Cabral[1] […]