Revolutionary Black Artists of the Civil Rights Era Get Exhibition in the UK

Emory Douglas, “We shall survive without a doubt” (Emory Douglas) “Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power” features iconic works alongside pieces that have long been overlooked by the mainstream by  Jason Daley Civil Rights. Black Power. Black Arts. These movements helped power the 1960s and 1970s as a defining era of political and cultural shifts. […]

Free Em All Radio! w/ Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. & The Lady of Rage! June 7, 2017

Free Em All Radio! w/ Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. & The Lady of Rage! Who We Be?! We Be the Great Grandchildren of Garvey…Offspring of Malcolm..and the Cubs of Panthers!  Marcus Mosiah Garvey…The Black Star to The Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA)..to Our Prideful banner of the Symbolic Red, Black and Green! Join Our Host […]

What’s in an Afrikan name? History, identity and self-determination

by Chairman Omali Yeshitela Comrades of the African People’s Socialist Party after the African Naming Ceremony on Sunday July 3, 2016   What’s in an African name? Chairman Omali Yeshitela of the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) led an African Naming Ceremony on July 3, 2016 at the APSP’s Cadre Development School. Here, the Chairman outlines […]

The Nat Turnerz of the 21st century

credits:  Nlcatp.org/  by Ama Biney The new film on the former slave, Nat Turner, whilst deeply flawed should inspire people to find out more about this historical heroic figure, beyond populist narratives. More importantly, his legacy of revolt should inspire the generation of Black Lives Matter to struggle against new forms of domination in our capitalist, […]

16 THINGZ THAT MADE AFRIKAN KING SHAKA ZULU ONE OF THE GREATEST MILITARY MINDZ IN HISTORY

Shaka Zulu is said to be one of the greatest military leaders in African history, and perhaps all of history. There is controversy around the brutality of his methods, and the strictness with which he trained his troops, but in many ways, he improved warfare methods forever. Born in 1787 in what is now South […]

Uncle Sam’z Big Top

by an Oregon prisoner   permalink Hark now all you merry souls and listen as the drumbeat rolls oh what sounds, and sights abound come one and all, let’s gather round no worries friends, no danger here no cause for panic, fright or fear we’re all friends, make no mistake don’t mind these guards, guns, dogs […]

Native Rap on the Rize; a mix of TRUE History, Tradition, & Uncensored Reality

  Supaman mixes Native Culture & Rap (from Crow Nation) On Twitter > @Supamanhiphop https://youtu.be/_0jq7jIa34Y https://youtu.be/k3JMKF_tXKQ https://youtu.be/OiVU-W9VT7Q Buggin’ Malone; seems like a real down-to-earth kinda guy > https://www.reverbnation.com/bugginmalone Leonard Peltier song https://youtu.be/EPJvkcQkJiY My Favorite Leonard song from Buggin’  https://youtu.be/tZsQzepS5MQ https://youtu.be/deZ1VDTGGoE Frank Waln from Rosebud Rez on Twitter >@FrankWaln Website > http://frankwaln.com/ https://youtu.be/zcSQZ-5IvTo https://youtu.be/yKh5awjGWSk https://youtu.be/S5hxFkQm3Fg

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