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Revolutionary Daily Thoughts (2/28 – 3/6)

“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 Hare “If one examines the earliest history of a race, one can draw insightful parallels […]

Revolutionary Daily Thoughts (2/21 thru 2/27)

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 consciousness is not “banned,” it is simply smothered behind an ever-growing avalanche of shit. What that means is that, if the […]

Our Perspective in Haiti

Our Perspective in Haiti

Fam, if you’re fine with Anderson Cooper or someone else from CNN being the only voice you hear with news from Haiti, that’s fine, but if you’re interested in an African-centered perspective and you want to hear from real Haitians and let them tell their own story (unfiltered by mainstream media) then help us send […]

Thieving French & Haitian Reparations

Thieving French & Haitian Reparations

by Tre B. I’ve been meaning to get around to learning about the history of Haiti for a good minute since it was the first independent African/Black republic in the Western hemisphere.  I also want to predict what will happen to Haiti, from an international relations standpoint, due to the recent earthquake.  The best way […]

African Centered Education

African Centered Education

by Jacob H. Carruthers The African centered curriculum has emerged as the leading thrust in the movement to reform education in the United States. The western civilization cultural monopoly of modern education is undergoing revision and moving toward more balanced multicultural content in the wake of the momentum caused by the African centered education project […]

Knowledge Drop

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.

Knowledge Drop: The most powerful force in finance

Knowledge Drop: The most powerful force in finance

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 significant economic progress relative to other ethnic groups since Reconstruction.  Compound interest is your […]

Daily Knowledge Drop: Were Ancient Egyptians Black?

Daily Knowledge Drop: Were Ancient Egyptians Black?

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 (Egypt) aka the “pyramid builders” still exists, but only in the minds of those who are uninformed or whose racial prejudices prevent them from accepting the truth.  Another failing of our educational systems.  Racism has played, […]

Atty. Louis Clayton Jones - The State of the Race

Atty. Louis Clayton Jones – The State of the Race

African Constitutional Law (origin of real Democracy)

African Constitutional Law (origin of real Democracy)

from The Destruction of Black Civilization by Chancellor Williams Some Political Theories and Principles of Ancient African Constitution Law (Drawn from African Traditional Constitutional and Customary Laws.  Different versions and modifications of the same laws occurred in different societies.) I. The People are the first and final source of all power. II. The rights of […]

The Future of Blacks in Hip Hop

The Future of Blacks in Hip Hop: Masters or Slaves? By Tre Millyanz “Ma, what is this crap you’re listening to?  That’s old white people music!” This is a statement talking about Hip Hop I imagine happening 20 to 30 years from now.  Granted, it’s hard for us to imagine now, but look at what […]

Nigerian Rebels Sabotage Shell, Agip Oil Pipelines

By Dulue Mbachu July 8 (Bloomberg) — The Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta said it sabotaged trunk lines run by Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Eni SpA’s Agip unit in its longest-running series of attacks against Nigeria’s oil industry to date. The latest raid took place in Bayelsa state at about 2 […]

Expectations High Before Obama Visit

Expectations High Before Obama Visit

Original Post from ghanaweb.com U.S. President Barack Obama arrives in Ghana later this week and expectations among Ghanaians are high. Ghana’s government is running a series of radio ads in anticipation of President Obama’s visit. “First black president of the United States of America, you have become a shining star, and despite the height of […]

Dr Boyce: Three Dumb Things about "Reverse Discrimination"

Dr Boyce: Three Dumb Things about “Reverse Discrimination”

by Dr. Boyce Watkins Most of us heard about the recent Supreme Court decision involving “reverse discrimination” against white firefighers. The case has been used to undermine President Obama’s nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court. It also seems to prove that the establishment is correct and those of us who argue against the […]

Make it Plain: Independent Afrikan Education

Another episode from our brethren, the Sons of Malcolm.  This speaks to a very important issue in our community.  Most of us don’t even realize how major this issue is, which just proves the point further.

Make it Plain: Malcolm Day

Make it Plain: Malcolm Day

Check out our brethren, the Sons of Malcolm