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 Thursday, May 19, was the 91st revolutionary birthday of Brother […]

Illuminating the Voicez of Liberation

Yuri Kochiyama from Blue Magazine #13 Today we honor the birthdays of Ho Chi Minh, Malcolm X, Yuri Kochiyama and Lorraine Hansberry. All were extremely important in their unyielding fight for self-determination, national liberation and against racism in all its forms. We’re happy to have all of their voices contained somewhere in the Freedom Archives […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

No matter if one relatez R.B.G. with Red Black and Green, Righteouz Black Guerillaz, Revolutionary But Gangstaz, Redeemed By God, Read Bout Garvey, Revolutionary Black Gangstaz, Real Black Girlz, Ready 2 Bust Gatz or Riders Basic Guidelinez, etc. They must know that the principlez and guidelinez were passed down from great leaderz like Marcus Garvey, […]

Five Percenter Respondz to Islam as Liberation Theology

by Legion of United Struggle from Within March 2016 permalink Peace from the Gods! We salute the world with universal greetings of peace. We recognize the need for unity-criticism-unity. We only want to build upon the “actual facts” Wiawimawo built upon concerning Islam and New Afrikans. We have found that concerning so-called revolutionaries scientific approach […]

I shed a tear

by DeAndre Williams Old friends passing I shed a tear Remembering Their smiling and laughing Educating me And making me feel loved I shed a tear ‘Cause now I feel as if I’m all alone I shed a tear As Yuri whispers in my ear And Chinosole scolds me As I Listen closely to the […]

The Strange Fruit No Longer Hanging From the Treez – A New Pro-Black Organization that iz Seriouz About Revolution, and Making a Difference!

It is the mission of Freedom League of Universal Consciousness (F.L.O.U.C.) to foster progressive social change through the advancement, development and empowerment of the black community. The organization was organized in Florida, with the intention of having chapters all across the country, and will focus on spirituality, economic development, schooling/training, education, self-defense, literary works, health, […]