Unlike most of the videos we post, this is a short one. Short, but powerful. Dr. Clarke drops some jewels of wisdom. “You cannot destroy slavery by becoming a part of your Master’s cultural incubator.” -Dr. John Henrik Clarke
To continue Black History Year, here’s some relationship advice from over 4000 years ago. The wisdom of Africa is much older than we are lead to believe. From the Teachings of Ptahhotep: 21. When you prosper and establish your home, love your wi
This is an excerpt from The Destruction of Black Civilization by Chancellor Williams (available here). If you don’t know a lot about African History and have only been taught Black history starting with slavery, you should definitely read this book
by Tre B. While I’m usually the first to step out in defense of my African brothers and sisters in the motherland and at first this video upset me, I thought about it for a minute, and realized that this is just a
M.D. Turner So, just found out about this guy and spent several hours watching all the videos of him I could find. I like this guy because he’s not professing to be a “good” white person trying to “help” Black peopl
“When the oppressed, for whatever reason, begin to feel too weak to fight their real enemy, the oppressor himself, they turn upon themselves, squabbling over this or that theory while leaving the oppressor free to do anything he chooses.” -Nathan
From the Revolutionary Daily Thoughts posted every day on our facebook page: RDT: “Who’ll pay reparations on my soul.” -Gil Scott Heron RDT: “Don’t integrate…infiltrate. Similar means, different end.” -Malcolm D. Turner RDT: “Critical cons
Watching the current rally calls and pledges of aid to Haiti as a result of this unfathomable natural disaster, I can’t help but to feel proud that citizens across the world feel compassion for our wounded brothers and sisters. This makes me smile, only not too bright.
Dr. Asa Hilliard (RIU) drops knowledge bombs all over this one. There are 5 other interesting videos in this series that you may want to watch, but this is by far the most powerful.
Most people don’t know what compound interest is, and even fewer know about the Rule of 72. This is why saving your money is critical to your financial future and why, as compulsive/conspicuous consumers, Black people in America have made no signif
Daily Knowledge Drop brought to you by: http://www.dangerousnegro.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=DPKMSS The controversy regarding the race of the residents of ancient Kemet (E
Nobody in Hollywood can hold a candle to Tyler Perry’s meteoric rise to stardom in the last decade. From niche market gospel plays to Black blockbuster bravado, Perry is the American Dream realized – a rags to riches phenomenon. Despite Tyler Perry’s cinematic and syndicated success, anchored in applying Christian family values to modern day strife, there are those who choose to label the brother a sell-out.
You’ve seen it by now. The whole world has seen the carnage that ensued amidst the brawl that resulted in Derrion Albert losing his life. Shock, astonishment, and tearful resentment filled your psyche as you watched Black youth try their best to destroy each other on a Chicago street corner.
The continued need for resistance and liberation… Be there July 14th at City College in NY!
You probably missed it, (I know I did), but the United States Senate issued a formal apology for slavery a few days ago. [Begin Sarcasm] Thank you Uncle Sam! This news made my Juneteenth shuckle buck all the more livelier, as I not only celebrated my ancestors learning of the 2 year old Emancipation Proclamation, but now the great-great-great grandsons of their slave masters unanimously concluded “My bad.” So now that the federal government has come clean after 144 years, I guess everything is all good. Break out the tea and crumpets, chicken and watermelon, gin and juice… celebration time Negroes! [End Sarcasm].
cross-posted at Momma, here come that girl again! Happy Juneteenth! Juneteenth, June 19, is traditionally recognized as the day the last slaves, in Texas, learned of their freedom. Think of it as the Fourth of July for slaves and their descendant