Amerika… Are We Free

  by an Illinois prisoner November 2015 permalink I often wonder, that in the land where freedom rings, Why does pain and suffering it also bring? Because the only ringing I hear is a baton against my bars As I stare out the window, beyond the day to its stars. Eyes closed wishing & praying […]

Negro History (our-story) Lost, Stolen or Strayed- Great documentary

A very interesting documentary about Black History from the era of the 60’s. Did you know that the first open-heart surgery was performed by a black doctor, Daniel Hale Williams? Not many people did in 1968, the year this eye-opening film, narrated by Bill Cosby, was first released. Many still don’t today. “Black History: Lost, […]

Salt in the Wounded Knee: Psychopathy in the Commemoration of Genocide

    by Sonasha Braxton Hannibal Lecter, Jason Voorhees, Norman Bates. What do these peoplehave in common? They tormented us in our dreams. There was something particularly callous in the way that they engaged in their homicidal acts, which left us shuddering. Cold, calculated, without remorse or feeling, we might casually call them psychopathic. But what […]

THE WAR AT YOUR DOOR! A Generation of Black men living and dying right here on U.S. soil

Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq and now Libya.. Ongoing wars and a blank check written for spending. Military hardware manufacturers must feel like they’ve died and gone to capitalist heaven…. But there’s another war being waged that will seldom receive worldwide news coverage commensurate with the above wars and never be given the funding that these other […]

Hiz-story iz not My-story (Our-story)

  Synopsis of the book, ‘Before Middle Passage: Translated Portuguese Manuscripts of Atlantic Slave Trading from West Africa to Iberian Territories’, 1513-26, Ashgate Publishing, trans. and ed. Trevor P. Hall (2015). Trevor P. Hall 2015-11-17, Issue 751 cc BHMThe translated manuscripts present a revisionist view of early Atlantic slave trading, by showing that the human […]


What started the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960’s?  This video explains why the Civil Rights Movement was started and the events that led up to Black people fighting for their rights in America. It’s sad to see that Blacks are still fighting for simple rights that should be afforded to everyone.   source:


Black Time Travel. The year was 1989 when a young Ice-T appeared on the Arsenio Hall show. Here he is spitting a lot of knowledge about why there are gangs and drugs in the majority of Black neighborhoods across America. He really said some eye opening things.  Unfortunately, gangs and drugs are still prevalent in […]


The late great James Baldwin was a prolific writer who called attention to so many injustices done to Black people through his life work.  He was also very outspoken against the wrongs that plagued Black people and also the homosexual community. Here is an interview of this great man talking about life an his journey. […]