Great to be involved with TeleSur English, on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X as they document his revolutionary life and legacy the life. Click here to view – Malcolm Legacy .
In Part 2, 3 and 4 of the Police Violence and Militarization Town Hall discussion hosted by South Organizing Against Racism (SOAR) and the Real News, Kamau Franklin and other participants discuss whether the #Blacklivesmatter movement can pick up where the civil rights movement and black power movements left off. At the Real News (click here to… Continue reading Police Violence and Militarization Town Hall (Part 2, 3 and 4)
We have seemingly run out of effective tactics, leadership and direction in the black community. The old civil rights community holds prayer vigils and tranquil marches while so-called radicals endorse confrontation without real demands. Calling for the “end of police brutality” is a good slogan but hardly enforceable when dealing with police agencies that are… Continue reading Instead of Drive-By Activism Let’s Mobilize on Strategic Demands in Ferguson
Of the several recent losses of giants in the Black liberation movement, one in particular has caused me particular disquiet, the life of Sam Greenlee. Greenlee’s written work, which was later turned into an underground film classic (for which he wrote the screenplay) “The Spook That Sat by the Door” exploded open many possibilities for… Continue reading The Spook No More – Remembering Sam Greenlee
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