They called him Bunchy, like a bunch of greens

by Malik Ismail “When they killed Bunchy, they killed the Party – we just didn’t know it at the time.” – Roland Freeman, member of the Southern California Chapter of the Black Panther Party 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Southern California Chapter of the Black Panther Party by Bunchy Carter in […]

Long live the legacy of Malcolm X

By Abayomi Azikiwe February 21 marks the 50th anniversary of the martyrdom of Malcolm X, El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, who was gunned down by three men at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, N.Y., in 1965 as he prepared to address several hundred people. The meeting was sponsored by the Organization of Afro-American Unity, founded by Malcolm […]

Reviewing Black Nationalism

  “The Black Nationalist tradition has always been opposed to integrations, assimilation, and accommodation as a solution to the problems of people of African ancestry in America. In this regard, Black Nationalist tradition has rejected the strategy and tactics of appealing to the morality of white people and their white supremacy system.” One of the […]

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 […]

Malcolm X on Afro-American History (our story)

    BROTHERS AND SISTERS: First I want to, as Brother James has pointed out, thank you, as we do each week, or have been doing each week. It seems that during the month of January it doesn’t snow or rain or hail or get bad in any way weather-wise until Saturday night, and it […]

Anger Clouds Malcolm X Birthday Observation.

MAY BELONGS TO MALCOLM! ANNUAL BIRTHDAY LECTURE AT LIBRARY WILL ALSO SPOTLITE GRANDSON On Wednesday, May 15th, Baba Zayid Muhammad will again do the Malcolm X Remembered Lecture for the James Brown African-American Room at the Newark Public Library. The lecture will take place at 6pm at Newark Public Library’s African-American Room. Admission is Free. […]

RUMEC, fighting corporate oppression, ignorance and poverty through construction

On Dec. 31, 2011, at exactly 12 a.m., in the studio of Block Report Radio, hosted by JR Valrey on 94.1 KPFA, RUMEC was declared the new labor movement. For about 10 years before that night, RUMEC had operated as a construction company, which grew to a general construction agency incorporating all the branches of construction under […]