God’z Judgement of White Amerika (the Chickenz Come Home to Roost) speech Dec 4,1963

“This is what happened with the March on Washington. The whites didn’t integrate it; they infiltrated it. Whites joined it; they engulfed it; they became so much a part of it, it lost its original flavor. It ceased to be a black march; it ceased to be militant; it ceased to be angry; it ceased […]

A Black God Reclaimz Hiz Throne

by Wanda Sabir On Harrison Street, a mural with Malcolm X wrapped in dragon imagery bears witness to one of many forgotten geographic legacies – Oakland’s Chinatown was once home to a thriving black community Etched in survival spaces with prism colors, Black men hover between worlds They sit between sky and earth signing their […]

I shed a tear

by DeAndre Williams Old friends passing I shed a tear Remembering Their smiling and laughing Educating me And making me feel loved I shed a tear ‘Cause now I feel as if I’m all alone I shed a tear As Yuri whispers in my ear And Chinosole scolds me As I Listen closely to the […]

Malcolm X

Malcolm X, legendary civil rights activist and speaker on black nationalism, was born on May 19th, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska. Born Malcolm Little, he was the fourth of eight children to a preacher and a homemaker. At the age of four, his father moved the family to East Lansing, Michigan after a group of KKK […]

Whose ready to take Malcolm X birthday az a national holiday?! #CMXD

May 19th iz Malcolm X day. We are not asking permission we are claiming a day for our progressive leaderz. Malcolm X pioneered the thoughtz of a generation of overachieverz and righteouz rebelz. We are NOT asking permission. We are #CMXD <—— follow the hashtag to see what people are doing in your city. #2RAW4TV […]

“It is Better to Fight”: On Martin and Malcolm

The effigy of a black man, a son of Southern soil and descendant of slaves, now stands over the nation’s Mall among its founding fathers, notorious slave owner in front and the so-called Great Emancipator to his back. Looking out over the placid Tidal Basin with a steely-eyed reserve and chiseled determination, the Martin Luther […]

Remembering Malcolm X 50 Yearz Later

  Its been 50 years since the assassination of the great Malcolm X. A leader enshrined on the Mount Rushmore of Black Leaders. Among his greatness was Malcolm’s was his ability to inspire and emphasize the need for black self-defense and self-reliance in the face of white violence and racism.   source: http://blackstate.com/malcolmx2131216.html


                  IT WAS 50 YEARS AGO. Whenever Americans talk about race, people can get uncomfortable. We don’t want to feel like we’re part of the problem, and we try in our lives not to be. But talking about it can be painful because it reminds us that […]