We are the revolutionary force that can free the people

by Kamau Askari (Roscoe Abell) “George and the Dragon” (2016) – Art: Kevin “Rashid” Johnson, 264847, Pendleton Correctional Facility, G-20-2C, 4490 W. Reformatory Road, Pendleton, IN 46064 Many New Afrikans (Blacks) for some reason think that the revolution is dead. The revolution is not dead. It is the spirit of the people that is dead. […]

The Missing Malcolm X

Our understanding of Malcolm X is inextricably linked to his autobiography, but newly discovered materials force us to reexamine his legacy.  byGARRETT FELBER Image: Marion S. Trikosko/Wikimedia Commons More than fifty years after his death, Malcolm X remains a polarizing and misunderstood figure. Not unlike the leader he is too often contrasted with—Martin Luther King, Jr.—he has […]

Why I’m Not Worried About White Folk Posing A Significant Obstacle To Black Liberation

ThyBlackMan.com) Before saying it, I understood that the statement “I am not even worried about white folk” would shock the young brother attempting to debate me. I realized that he was doing his absolute best to engage me over significant racial matters. As I expected, my assertion caused him to suspend a point that he had […]

A Revolutionary Diaspora: From Black Power in the Pacific to Cape Verde, Sengal and Beyond! by Imixwhatilike! on Mixcloud

Drs. Hate and Todd Steven Burroughs hosted this edition of iMiXWHATiLiKE! which featured interviews with Dr. Quito Swan who discussed further his work on Black Power in the Pacific and Salah Matteos about his amazing life’s work with Malcolm X, Amilcar Cabral and Cheikh Anta Diop. We also got an update from Joe Torres on the latest FCC ruling on a free and open internet.   […]

Beautiful Struggle: The Iconicity of Cuban Hip-Hop And Political Exile Nehanda Abiodun

Written By Marjua Estevez https://players.brightcove.net/5428592013001/default_default/index.html?videoId=5834958814001   Nehanda Isoke Abiodun, née Cheri Laverne Dalton, was just 10 years old when she joined the picket lines. Columbia University in the ’60s was taking over her neighborhood park to build a gym for alumni and students. “Those of us who lived in the community had no access to the […]

The Black Panthers still in prison

Antoinette Russell vividly recalls the first time she was led to believe she would finally meet her father as a free man. He called her up on a prison phone, his voice shaking with excitement, and told her: “I’m coming home!” That was 17 years ago. Since then, every two years, she’s been put through […]

How Malcolm X became a serious threat to the U.S. after his Afrika visit

by ISMAIL AKWEI Malcolm X in Nigeria Malcolm X was one of the most influential black people in the history of the United States and a strong advocate for Pan-Africanism. Pan-Africanism – the global movement encouraging the bond of solidarity between people of African descent – gave birth to the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) which […]

The Plot to Kill Malcolm X: Karl Evanzz and the 25th Anniversary of the Judas Factor

Author and journalist Karl Evanzz joined us again to discuss the newly released and updated special 25th anniversary of The Judas Factor: The Plot to Kill Malcolm Shabazz. “Karl Evanzz 25th Anniversary of the Judas Factor The Plot to Kill Malcolm X”IMIXWHATILIKE.ORG Audio Player 00:00 00:00 Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. 1. “Karl Evanzz 25th […]

A Liberation Theology as Black as Malcolm X: The Uncompromising Vision of James Cone

by Ewuare X. Osayande “If the church is to remain faithful to its Lord, it must make a decisive break with the structure of this society by launching a vehement attack on the evils of racism in all forms. It must become prophetic, demanding a radical change in the interlocking structures of this society.” So begins […]