Who waz Bessie Coleman and why doez she still matter?

The first African American female to become a pilot, born on this day 125 years ago, remains an inspiration to many. Coleman broke barriers and became the first African American woman to earn a pilot’s license [Wikimedia Commons] Bessie Coleman was the first African-American female to become a licensed pilot in 1921. Defeating gender and […]

The De Mau-Mau 13th/m

by Big brutha komrade A.K. Sabree D.M.M. The De Mau Mau 13th/m iz called by the bloodz within by different namez: De Mau Mau 13th/m, D.M.M., Mau Mau 13th/m , or just 13th/m. But De Mau Mau az a whole iz a Nu-Afrikan Fraternal Brotherhood, that waz first formed in 1965 on Okinawa and later […]

Bob Marley – WAR

Bob Marley’z song War, iz almost verbatim from Hiz Imperial Majesty. Emperor Haile Selassie I  speech before the United Nationz in 1963   On October 4, 1963, following the founding of the Organization of African Unity in Addis Ababa a few weeks earlier in the presence of almost every African head of state, His Imperial Majesty […]

The Real Behind Thankzgiving (thankz-taking): 6 Jewelz of Discussion For Your Mind & the Dinner Table

  The real history behind thanksgiving: Arsenal for your mind & the dinner table. Could Whitefolk In Fact Be the First Formz of Biochemical Warfare? [Jewel 1 of 6] America Was Practically Dis-ease Free… Then Came YT! The scarcity of disease in the Americas was also partly attributable to the basic hygiene practiced by the […]

The Battle over the Truth About the African-American Experience and Present-Day Reality

Revolution Newspaper | revcom.us On Obama’s August 28 Speech A profound struggle over the truth has been raging in America. For the past few months,  this struggle has focused on the real position of African-American people in U.S.  society. And it has taken shape in the past few weeks around the anniversary of  the 1963 […]

SLAVERY, FORCED LABOR, AND WORK IN PRISONS

SLAVERY, FORCED LABOR, AND WORK IN PRISONS A. RELEVANT HUMAN RIGHTS 1. Article 10.3 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR): “The penitentiary system shall comprise treatment of prisoners the essential aim of which shall be their reformation and social rehabilitation.” 2. Article 5, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “No one shall […]