“I Can’t Breathe,” Could You?, By Chairman Shaka Zulu

    All power to the people!   Northern State Prison, like most prisons, constitutes one huge cesspool of corruption, connected to one huge machine called Mass Incarceration. This huge machine conforms to the capitalist logic of maximization of the rate of profit.   Our minds and bodies (mental and manual labor) in the Mass […]

Some lessonz on ‘Revolution’

  A process must be developed to produce a ‘revolutionary culture'; a 21st century extension/off-shoot of the ‘Black Arts Movement’ started by Amiri Baraka! Those amongst our artists, ‘students’ and the youth must be politicized and revolutionized so that they begin to clearly see the indisputable, absolute need for Revolution! Assimilationist and integrationist ‘reform measures’ […]

Reviewing Black Nationalism

  “The Black Nationalist tradition has always been opposed to integrations, assimilation, and accommodation as a solution to the problems of people of African ancestry in America. In this regard, Black Nationalist tradition has rejected the strategy and tactics of appealing to the morality of white people and their white supremacy system.” One of the […]

first annual MALCOLM X FILM FESTIVAL – organised by the Malcolm X Movement

  the first annual  MALCOLM X FILM FESTIVAL Organised by the Malcolm X Movement FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE CIVIL RIGHTS & BLACK POWER  |  GLOBAL UNITY & INTERNATIONALISM  |  LEGACY, CONTINUITIES & CHALLENGES speakers include*: ILYASAH SHABAZZ (writer and daughter of Malcolm X) LEILA KHALED (PFLP / PLO) BERNADETTE McALISKEY Dr MOUSSA IBRAHIM (Libyan Resistance) GERRY […]

Malcolm X and global Black struggle

By Abayomi Azikiwe In March 1964, Malcolm X announced his official departure from the Nation of Islam. He had spent 12 years working on behalf of the organization led by Elijah Muhammad. Malcolm had been suspended and silenced for 90 days after he delivered an address at the Manhattan Center on Dec. 1, 1963, entitled […]

The 1960z: Malcolm X at Oxford University

By Stephen Tuck In the winter of 1964, Malcolm X, one of the most notorious African American revolutionaries, was invited to speak at one of England’s most prestigious schools, Oxford University. Though Malcolm X spoke at Oxford University during December of 1964, his visit there was a peculiar one — even to himself. Photo by […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

  Black history in Europe, a short story Date: Thu, 1441-12-01 *African (Black) history in Europe from 1400 is briefly recalled on this dates Registry. To address the story of black people in Europe, certainly addresses the history of slavery and the history of European colonialism. The relationship between the two continents began with mutual […]

The Global African – Grenada: What Went Wrong?

Show -November 13, 2014 http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/the-global-african-311786/ Each week on “The Global African” host Bill Fletcher, Jr. addresses issues facing Africa and the African Diasporas. Today’s program focuses on the revolutionary and anti-imperialist government of the Caribbean island of Grenada under the popular leader Maurice Bishop from 1979-to 1983. Despite itssmall size Grenada had tremendous significance, due […]

Why White America Fearz Black Liberation Theology

LIBERATION Why White America Fears Black Liberation TheologyFor 6 yearsAfromerica has promoted the theory of Black Nationalism, the original doctrine of the new Black Liberation Theology. Recently, through the media montages of Rev. Jeremiah Wright have we learned that America fears the words he speak and the concept behind those words, which is a form […]

SUSTAINING THE WAVE OF RESISTANCE TO REVOLUTIONARY PAN-AFRICANISM? (An Analytic Critical Review of the book ‘Sustaining the New Wave of Pan-Africanism’)

By Lang T.K.A. Nubuor INTRODUCTION At the time of writing, this reviewer has in his hand two other reviews by brothers living in Namibia – Peter Mietzner1 and Etuna Joshua2. Those two reviews are distinguished by their common brevity and sticking to informing us on the structural outline of the book without telling us about the substance therein. […]