Blog #52: Black Panther: A Movie

Having read many reviews and critiques of the Marvel/Disney “Black Panther” movie, I am excited about what the movie brings to the overall struggle. Indeed, the cultural value of Black nationalism is inestimable, especially if it lends to inspire young people to (re)discover our collective Afrikan heritage. Most recently, I posted MY ANCESTRY, sharing some of […]

Living Malcolm’s Liberation Ethics: Remembering, Rising, Raising and Resisting

  by Dr. Maulana Karenga  In this month of heightened homage and increased attention to the life and legacy of Min. Malcolm X, El Hajj Malik El Shabazz, it is important to do so placing rightful and repeated emphasis on his commitment to the liberation of our people and all downtrodden and oppressed peoples of the world, […]

Black Liberation and the reemergence of Malcolm X

By Lamont Lilly Lilly is WWP’s vice presidential candidate in the 2016 elections. The following article is based on a talk given at a Workers World Party forum in New York City on May 20. To view a video of the talk, go to youtu.be/AfrZ54-3BCk. Thursday, May 19, was the 91st revolutionary birthday of Brother […]

Malcolm X

Malcolm X, legendary civil rights activist and speaker on black nationalism, was born on May 19th, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska. Born Malcolm Little, he was the fourth of eight children to a preacher and a homemaker. At the age of four, his father moved the family to East Lansing, Michigan after a group of KKK […]

50 yearz After Malcolm X

  It’s been 50 years since El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, aka Malcolm X, was killed on Feb. 21, 1965. For many Americans, he’s the fire-and-brimstone black leader who talked about the “white devil,” but for others, he is the forgotten pillar of the civil rights movement as important as Martin Luther King Jr. Watch as AJ+ […]

To the late great Freedom Fighter Yuri Kochiyama, salute!

by The People’s Minister of Information JR The legendary photos of Malcolm X aka El Hajj Malik el Shabazz with his shirt ripped open after being shot a number of times at the Audubon Ballroom will forever be etched in the pages of American history. In one photo, a Japanese woman holds the head of […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

  “You don’t have to be a man to fight for freedom. All you have to do is to be an intelligent human being.” — Malcolm X Related articles Missing Malcolm X: Are Rappers Scared of Revolution? New Malcolm X Diary Reveals a Revolutionary Optimist March is for Malcolm Malcolm X was more than King’s […]

MONDAY, MAY 19th IZ MALCOLM X DAY ……….. SO READ, COME OUT & REPRESENT

  THE UNIVERSAL ZULU NATION DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS “41 Years Of Community Organizing Through True Skool Hip Hop Culture“ WHERE MY ZULUS AT? MONDAY, MAY 19th, IS MALCOLM X DAY!   El Hajj Malik El Shabazz – Malcolm X: Born May 19, 1925     SAVE THE DATE   –   NUFF SAID! NORTH EAST REGIONAL ZULUS IN GENERAL AND; NEW YORK/NEW JERSEY […]

Islam Killz Racism – Malcolm X ᴴᴰ

  Racism whether upon open or hidden, is an evil aspect of life which Islams seeks to eradicate. It is clear from the versus of the Quran, and many sayings of the Prophet (saw) which have been narrated by his companions, that differences in colour, tribes, races, or traditions are not to be excuses for […]

Malcolm’z Assassin Revealed

Let the historical record forever reflect that the man pictured below, William Bradley 72 (approx.) (known today as Mustafa Shabazz) is the sawed-off shotgun assassin of Malcolm X (El Hajj Malik El Shabazz). He is the man who fired the first and deadliest shot which ripped through the chest of the powerful Black leader on […]