Remembering Dr. Carter G. Woodson | Black History Puzzle Bookz

Thanks to the pioneering advocacy of educator and scholar Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the annual public acknowledgement of the contributions of people of African descent to society has evolved from what began in February 1926 as “Negro History Week”, into a month long tribute that we now refer to as Black History Month.  Aside from the […]

The Politicz of Language Pt. 1: Six Conceptz For Thiz Movement’z Continued Political Education

  by Danny Haiphong “The coordination of imperialism’s prison, police, and military apparatus that put Black, indigenous, and exploited revolutionaries behind the walls make up the anatomy of the present day Black Mass Incarceration State.” Much of my work for Black Agenda Report has focused on an analysis of US imperialism and its relationship to oppressed […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

  “My father is still considered to be a dangerous individual… his mind is what they fear, there is overwhelming evidence that would exonerate him of his conviction. He is an innocent man and the commonwealth has always known this, but being too Black, too smart, and too strong… The government will silence anyone that […]

On Thiz Day In history (our story)

Negro (the word) a history Date: Sun, 1541-11-01 The word Negro is discussed on this dates Registry. This brief article and its references is written to add to the history of this word. Negro means “black” in both Spanish and Portuguese languages, being derived from the Latin word niger of the same meaning. The term […]

On Thiz Day in History (our story)

Blacks admitted to serve in the Union Navy US Monitor 1862 Date: Wed, 1861-09-25 On this date in 1861, The Union Navy admitted Blacks for military service for the first time, almost a year before the army opened its ranks. Some former slaves risked their lives to enlist, swimming or rowing boats from plantations to […]

‘Streetz Party’ commemoratez Black Panther leader’z birthday in Chicago

By Eric Struch Every year on Aug. 30, Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. and the Prisoners of Conscience Committee/Black Panther Party Cubs organize a birthday celebration for Chairman Fred Hampton Sr., the Black Panther Party leader in Chicago who was assassinated by the Chicago Police Department in a pre-dawn raid on Dec. 4, 1969, along with […]

Black Amerika at that Boiling Point when Push Comez to Shove…

Black America at that Boiling Point when Push Comes to Shove… “You’ve to look no farther than Crazy Horse, Geronimo, JFK/MLK/RFK and Mr. X to recognize what will be tolerated.” Can we all live together…? I don’t imagine we can. The #1 coast-to-coast conversation being had over coffee or a Coke, over ice cream cones or a Cosmopolitan cocktail is unquestionably […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

Brichtown, Nova Scotia established Date: Wed, 1783-09-03 On this date in 1783 Birchtown, Nova Scotia was established. This was one of the largest free Black settlements in North America in the 18th century. Their beginning actually started with the American Revolutionary War and Lord Dunmore, the Royal Governor of Virginia. He offered freedom to any […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

Race riot in Mississippi Date: Wed, 1875-09-01 *On this date in 1875, White Democrats attacked Republicans at Yazoo City, Mississippi. The riot happened because of the pressure on White supremacy in the aftermath of the Civil War. Southern defeat and Reconstruction gave Blacks more freedom and nearly all Whites resented the change. The result of […]

On Thiz Day in History (our story)

August 31st, 1920 African Independence Day August 31st, 1920, is when for the first and only time in history that a world Black Government was created for all African People at home and abroad. This Government was created by the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey and the founding Parent Body of the UNIA-ACL. This was during […]