10 Worrying Factz about Eugenicz That Afrikan Amerikanz Should Know

1. Frances  Galton Frances  Galton was an Englishman who came from a family that became very wealthy from slave labor. He is the father of “Eugenics” and coined the term  in 1883. In order to promote the idea of Eugenics, a Eugenics society was  formed. It  galvanized the social movement that began in America with the sole intent of wiping out […]

A Tribute to Dr. Mutulu Shakur from Behind the Wall

By J. Jondhi Harrell (Kwame Tata Nganga Mbangala) in 2004 It is difficult to sit down and in a few words describe the impact that Dr. Mutulu Shakur (right) has on the lives of those around him. The many adjectives which I could use would be insufficient. Perhaps it would be best to simply try […]

The ‘Eve Gene’ …”Scientifically, the black female is only organism that possesses the mitochondrial DNA having all variations possible for every different kind of human being on planet.” Inspired by Virgo Remy

  “Aren’t all the Abrahamic religious books just the victors versions, plagiarized from the spoils of Kemet ? Isn’t their development seen out of Kemet and toward present day through Auha Miser, the Zoroastrians and Hellenistic Romans? Are we being kept from recognizing the obvious scientific answer, to what is or who should be considered […]

Ghana and the 1966 Coup Against Kwame Nkrumah: The Role of Afrikan Amerikanz in the Afrikan Revolution

By Abayomi Azikiwe Solidarity with Ghana represented over a century of identification with the homeland Five decades ago on Feb. 24, 1966, a coup was carried out against Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the leader of the Ghana independence movement and the chief architect of the 20th century African revolutionary struggle. Nkrumah, the founder of the Convention Peoples […]

TAINA ASILI and her band have produced a dynamite new DVD

Taina Asili is a wonderful activist and amazing artist who has supported Mumia, MOVE and other political prisoners, as well as struggles against mass incarceration for about 20 years that I know of.  Her new DVD is dynamite … check it out!   Hope all is well with you! I wanted to let you know […]

A Revolutionary Speech: Patrice Lumumba and the Birth of the Republic of Congo

by Ludo de Witte Patrice Lumumba, the Congolese independence leader and first democratically elected Prime Minister, was executed 55 years ago on 17th January, 1961. He had been beated and tortured in a culmination of two assassination plots by the Belgian government and the CIA, ordered directly by President Dwight Eisenhower to ‘eliminate’ the charismatic leader, with the cooperation of British intelligence and Katangan […]

I WRITE WHAT I LIKE

by Stephen Biko  BLACK SOULS IN WHITE SKINS? Basically the South African white community is a homogeneous community. It is a community of people who sit to enjoy a privileged position that they do not deserve, are aware of this, and therefore spend their time trying to justify why they are doing so. Where differences […]

Phiona Mutesi: The Queen of Katwe

Life Stories: Queen of Katwe, Phiona Mutesi   by Daaim Shabazz In a chess world where players are obsessed with the exploits of Magnus Carlsenor the latest intricacies of the Sicilian Najdorf standsPhiona Mutesi, a Ugandan player of very humble beginnings and one whom most have never heard of. Normally a story like hers would […]