Malcolm X at Berkeley: 50 Yearz Later

Fifty years ago today, Malcolm X (Shabazz) spoke at UC Berkeley. As part of his second visit to campus–although, the first talk occurred across the street at the YMCA (now Stiles Hall) due to the ban on free speech–he also did an extensive interview in the basement of Dwinelle Hall. “Malcolm X argued against racial […]

Kwame Ture – The Revolutionary (From Like It Iz with Gil Noble)

Blessed Baba Kwame Ture belongz in the pantheon of our great Black Pan-African Socialist Revolutionary Heroez & Sheroez such as Frantz Fanon, Dedan Kimathi, Kwame Nkrumah, Julius Nyerere,  Maurice Bishop, Thomas Sankara, Assata Shakur & all those brave bredren & sistren who dedicated their livez to end the exploitative & oppressive system of white supremacy […]

IMPORTANT UPDATE: The Yuri Kochiyama/Malcolm-X Mural Painting Dayz in Harlem have CHANGED

Dear Yuri & Malcolm Mural supporters and family, There has been a slight change to our painting schedule. Next Weekend we will only have one Community Painting Day: Sunday July 3, 2016 12pm- 3pm  Note: (July 1 & 2 are NO LONGER painting days) The mural wall is located on Old Broadway, between 125th St and 126th St. (actual […]

SCHOOLED BY YOUTUBE: IN MEMORY OF MALCOLM X….UNAPOLOGETIC & UNCOMPROMISING

  Learn about MALCOLM X’s Mission and Message to show that what we called a civil rights issue against “black citizens in America” was actually a HUMAN RIGHTS issue on African people that lived in America. He understood that fighting to be included in a system that was never intended for blacks was fruitless and […]

Malcolm X waz the progenitor Panther, Bobby Seale sayz so

In May 2016, we celebrated the anniversary of Malcolm X birthday on May 19, who would have been 91-years-old, and the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the Black Panther Party 51 years after the assassination of Malcolm X on February 19, 1965. With Beyonce’ controversial “Formation” halftime Super Bowl performance, the era of Black Lives […]

Black Liberation and the reemergence of Malcolm X

By Lamont Lilly Lilly is WWP’s vice presidential candidate in the 2016 elections. The following article is based on a talk given at a Workers World Party forum in New York City on May 20. To view a video of the talk, go to youtu.be/AfrZ54-3BCk. Thursday, May 19, was the 91st revolutionary birthday of Brother […]

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 […]