A PRIMER: New Afrikan History of Struggle and Perspective by PP Jalil Muntaqim

Jalil has taken the time to compose the African American History curriculum he was teaching when he was thrown into the hole. This is incredible in-depth history with perspectives for today’s struggle! Please take the time to read A PRIMER #1, A PRIMER #2, A PRIMER #3and A PRIMER #4 of this History. If you are an educator, please consider […]

Have Black Lives Ever Mattered? Now More Than Ever!

Mumia’s Book Party, Curated by Mumia Abu-Jamal    When  Wednesday, December 13, 2017 7-10 pm  Where  Harlem’s Raw Space, 2301 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard, between 121st and 122nd Streets Suggested Donation:  $5  No one turned away. Give liberally, dress purposefully, color scheme: black and white Special appearance by Immortal Technique! Speakers D. Gerald Horne Author of 30 books on radical black […]

On the Trail of Che Guevara, 50 Years On

by Julio Etchart A mural dedicated to Che Guevara in Vallegrande, where his body was taken and displayed to the international press. This is now part of the Che Route, sponsored by the Bolivian government and foreign solidarity groups. By Julio Etchart Source: New Internationalist The last entry in the diary of Argentinian-born Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara was […]

A Memoir of Life as Che Guevara’s Kid Brother

Che’s youngest sibling, Juan Martin Guevara, remembers his revolutionary brother and the family’s travails after his murder by the Bolivian military with the aid of the CIA. by  Peter Canby Fifty years after Che Guevara’s death, his youngest brother offers a poignant view of having a family member who has become a legend. Photograph by […]

Celebrating the 76th Birthday of Soledad Brother George Lester Jackson, September 23, 1941- August 21, 1971

by Kiilu Nyasha “I have a plan, I will give, and give, and give of myself until it proves our making or my end.” As we honor the 76th birthday of our beloved, Comrade George Jackson, Field Marshall of the Black Panther Party behind prison walls, may we remember his revolutionary ideas and practice, his mentors and […]

Day of the Heroic Guerilla

 Today, October 8, the world recognizes the most famous and prominent revolutionary of the 20th century, Ernesto “Che” Guevara de la Serna. In Cuba, the site of his final resting place, this day is known as “The Day of the Heroic Guerilla.” Argentinean born, the doctor met Cuban revolutionaries in exile in Mexico. After meeting […]

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Kwame Nkrumah of Africa: He came to his own but his own rejected him

Reflection on the 108th birthday of the Black Star blackartdepot.com Charles Quist-Adade Sep 28, 2017 Nkrumah’s dream of African unity remains essential for total liberation and prosperity of the continent. Africans will have themselves to blame if they continue to plough their narrow furrows instead of pooling their efforts, human and material resources, in order […]

ANGELA DAVIS ON BLACK LIVES MATTER, PALESTINE, AND THE FUTURE OF RADICALISM

“THEORIES OF FREEDOM ARE ALWAYS TENTATIVE” By Gaye Theresa Johnson and Alex Lubin   The following interview originally appears in Futures of Black Radicalism, edited by Gaye Theresa Johnson and Alex Lubin. Angela Y. Davis is Emeritus Professor in the History of Consciousness program and University of California, Santa Cruz. Her most recent book is Freedom in a Constant […]

ABOUT “FRANTZ FANON, THE INSURRECTION OF THE SOUL, LIFE AND DEATH OF THE WARRIOR-SILEX” (Caraibéditions)

  The work of Frantz Fanon was moult times, analyzed, discussed, studied it all over the world, and the number of scholarly works devoted to it is impressive. Unfortunately, the commentary, or even the ready-made idea, has finally taken precedence over the Fanonian text for various reasons, and to take only this example, it is considered by many […]