By Herman Bell, Black Panther Party/BLA Political Prisoner: “You may wonder what my take is of the (most recent) police killings in Minnesota and Baton Rouge and of the five police that were killed and six wounded in Dallas. These events, at least the killing of unarmed civilians, are such common occurrences nowadays til talk about […]
by G. Brown First a shout out to one of our regular supporters who gave us the idea for this story through one of his regular (and always insightful) comments–“NBA is Fixed” as always we appreciate you and your support. Yesterday, TRN ran a blurb about #BankBlack..the economic movement that rose up following the shootings of […]
Release: 1975-06-25 Runtime: 107 min. Genre: Comedy, Drama comedy/dramaStars: Glynn Turman, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Garrett Morris, Cynthia Davis, Corin Rogers, Maurice Leon Havis Overview: In the mid-1960s, a group of high school friends who live on the Near North Side of Chicago enjoy life to the fullest…parties, hanging out, meeting new friends. Then life changes for […]
by G. Brown “Cooley High”–the remix It’s a classic coming of age story about high school pals with dreams of making it big beyond 1960’s inner city Chicago. For a generation of baby boomers, the 1975 movie was the ultimate starring a Black cast and minus the blaxploitation stereotype most Black movies of the time […]
Come to Philadelphia Sun., August 7, 2016 African American Museum 7th & Arch St., Philadelphia, PA 12pm to 4pm Free Admission – Everyone welcome! Hear updates on the MOVE 9 and further organizing on the 2017 MOVE Conference.
Black People have so many divisions. Light Skin v/s Dark Skin Educated/Uneducated European Mannerisms/Non European Mannerisms It’s like the “Picket Fence” is still prevalent. Learn how we were even broken down from fighting for liberation to ultimately fighting to be like the oppressor and where it leaves us today. Link to Ending Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JISdu…
Following this story is a Black Lives Matter statement on the murder of police and escalating protests to end state-sponsored violence against Black people by Mara Verheyden-Hilliard The violent events of the past week have placed the country at a decisive moment. Words matter but deeds matter more. Leadership matters. President Obama spoke about the […]
Comedian/Activist/Author DICK GREGORY offers his solution for ending the rash of shootings by police of unarmed Blacks in this exclusive clip from our Understanding series. Follow Baba Dick on Twitter @IAmDickGregory and @TheRealDickGregory on IG. Photographed on May 4, 2016 at Sankofa Books in Washington, DC. Camera: Les Rivera. Interview and Edit: Mike D.
By Abdul Olugbala Shakur Transcribed by Kilaika Baruti Though I have been active in the struggle for practically all of my life, from a Panther cub to an Urban guerrilla in the service of the underground, I have never considered myself to be a writer or at least not a good writer, but I felt it […]