02/04/10 United Against Truth “It is time the Obama lovers grew up. It is time those paid to keep the record straight gave us the opportunity to debate informatively. In the 21st century, people power remains a huge and exciting and largely untapped force for change, but it is nothing without truth. “In the timeContinue reading “Remembering What I Wrote 10 years ago”
Black Economic Power Matters: //https:www.youtube.com/watch?v=9b4g1leoWcU
This conversation between two of the most authentic Black artists is so powerful, so instructive, so wise.
This is always a good read, very informative and well researched. Zimbabwe needs truth and not propaganda. https://zimbabweland.wordpress.com/author/zimbabweland/
People Ask me what books do I read. Well, I really read many varied books, but this is what I recommend in this time: https://store.theblackbusinessschool.com/collections/books https://store.theblackbusinessschool.com/
This article originally appeared on: Genres of the Human In his new book, The Sound of Culture: Diaspora and Black Technopoetics, Louis Chude-Sokei samples freely from history, music, literature and science, conjuring new meanings from dead texts, to build an echo chamber where the discourses of race and technology collide. At a time when automation threatens jobs andContinue reading “Such and Suchness”
One could say a lot about the unjust issue of how America has kept so many Black people imprisoned, many of who are actually innocent. But the story of Mumia Abu Jamal is not only unique because of his political opinion as well as his symbolic hold on the American consciousness. It is a travestyContinue reading “It is Time to Free MumiaAbu-Jamal”
Angazi nokuthi ngiqalephi … the rage one feels regarding the Zulu King’s recent statements and his decision to join hands with a right leaning racist white political formation called AfriForum is palpable. Yet, if one understand the history of Southern Africa and how apartheid was established and how colonialism installed its own loyal people toContinue reading “From Heroism to the great betrayals: Southern Africa is still a colony”