Malcolm X and Human Rightz in the Time of Trumpism: Transcending the Masterz Toolz

by BAR editor and columnist Ajamu Baraka Malcolm X understood that “oppressed peoples must commit themselves to radical political struggle in order to advance a dignified approach to human rights.” What’s needed is a bottom-up mass movement for People(s)-Centered Human Rights, a “political project in the service of the oppressed” that “names the enemies of […]

The Antiracist Philosophy of Malcolm X

  In burning through the old forests of assimilationist ideas, Malcolm X paved the way for antiracist ideas. He paved the way for Black is beautiful then, and Black lives matter today, for being conscious then, for being woke today. He paved the antiracist way, extending the trail blazed by Zora Neale Hurston, Marcus Garvey, […]

The global dimensionz of the life and legacy of Malcolm X

Revolutionary leader developed amid monumental changes around the world File: AA by Abayomi Azikiwe The world cannot realize stability unless the drive for global domination by imperialism is overthrown. This truism was at the heart of Malcolm X’s struggles. The awareness and activism of people inside and outside the U.S. must be harnessed into a movement […]

POETIC TRIBUTE TO MALCOLM AND AMIRI!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   JAZZ POET ZAYID MUHAMMAD, SCHOLAR WRITER ANTOINETTE ELLIS-WILLIAMS SALUTE MALCOLM X AND AMIRI BARAKA AT EAST ORANGE LIBRARY! On Thursday, February 16th, 2017, East Orange Library’s ‘Cultural Café’ will present a special evening poetic tribute to Malcolm X and Amiri Baraka. The event will feature Newark based Jazz poet and people’s artist ‘Mr. […]

Malcolm X -THE COMMON ENEMY

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BRO. MALCOLM X & YURI KOCHIYAMA: JOIN US ON THIS SUNDAY IN HARLEM FOR THE MURAL DEDICATION – PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD FAR & WIDE

From Harlem With Love: A Mural For Yuri Kochiyama & Bro. Malcolm X Sunday, October 23rd, 2-4 PM At the corner of 125th St. & Old Broadway Join us for the dedication ceremony of From Harlem With Love: A Mural For Yuri & Malcolm. We are excited for an afternoon of commemoration, commemoration, family activities […]

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 […]