Remembering Malcolm X

Since the untimely transition of Malcolm X in 1965, movement forces throughout the world have consistently commemorated his birthday. Malcolm X was born on May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska. It was on February 21, 1965 that Malcolm X was assassinated at the Audubon Ballroom in Manhattan, New York by forces that were trying to […]

Consumed in Flamez: A Genealogy of Afrikan-Amerikan Avengerz

Darryl Barthe  This is a modified version of a presentation made to the British Association of American Studies on Saturday, 15 November 2014 A 2013 report published by the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement called “Every 28 Hours” details 313 individual instances of black men and women killed in 2012 by police, private security guards or […]

With no more cotton to pick, what will Amerika do with 40 million Black people?

by Phillip Jackson What will America do with 40 million Black Americans now that there is no more cotton to pick? Even in states like Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia, Black people are no longer involved in the planting, growing or harvesting of cotton. Nowadays these tasks are performed by White and Latino men and women. […]

Listen up! The European iz not your friend

Assata Shakur, Nu-Afrikan activist, former member of the Black Panther Party (BPP) and the 1st woman to make the FBI’z Most Wanted Terrorist list, haz written an open letter to studentz at the University of Cape Town. Queen Mother Assata Shakur s/n Joanne Chesimard Assata Olugbala Shakur writes to UCT students I have been watching with great interest your […]

Afrikan Nationalist Poetry George Edward Tait and Callz 4 Mumia Abu-Jamal

In this edition of iMiXWHATiLiKE! Drs. Hate, Ball and Baba Chad hosted a rousing hour with Afrikan Nationalist poet George Edward Tait, we rocked world premier movement music from The Cornel West Theory and called SCI Mahanoy live on air to check in our brother Mumia Abu-Jamal! We include those contact numbers below because shortly […]

The Legacy of Frantz Fanon

Fanon was not a Marxist but he strongly believed that capitalism with imperialism and its divisions enslave people. His precocious diagnosis of the incapability of the nationalist elites in fulfilling their historical mission demonstrates the continuing relevance of Fanon’s thought today. Hamza Hamouchene counterpunch March 13, 2015 http://coursesite.uhcl.edu/HSH/Whitec/ximages/authors/FanonFrantz/FanonWretchedEarth.jpg Frantz Fanon died a few months before […]

From Mother Afrika To NYC: Hip Hop Culture Across The Middle Passage

Saturday, April 11th, 7:00pm    The Universal Zulu Nation and A New Black Arts Movement Present   (From Mother Afrika To NYC: Hip Hop Culture Across The Middle Passage)   Mama C: Urban Warrior in the African Bush   Joanne Hershfield, 2012, 54 min. The film explores Charlotte O’Neal’s, aka Mama C’s, decade’s long project […]

Bobby Wright And Mentacide

by Conrad W. Worrill, PhD “Most African people in America are aware that our minds were tampered with as a result of our forced capture and enslavement in America. The impact of this process is central to the international component of the Reparations Movement.” So many of the problems that African people face in the […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

Augustus Tolton, one of America’s first Black Catholic Priest Augustus Tolton Date: Sat, 1854-04-01 Augustus Tolton was born on this date in 1854. He was one America’s first Black priest. He was born in Ralls County, Missouri, the son of Peter Paul and Martha Jane Tolton. He had one older brother, Charles, and two younger […]

From Mother Afrika To NYC: Hip Hop Culture Across The Middle Passage

Saturday, April 11th, 7:00pm The Universal Zulu Nation and A New Black Arts Movement Present From Mother Afrika To NYC: Hip Hop Culture Across The Middle Passage Reception (with Food) 7:30pm Mama C. Urban Warrior in the African Bush Joanne Hershfield, 2012, 54 min. The film explores Charlotte O’Neal’s, aka Mama C’s, decade’s long project […]