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Grenada National Reparations Commission Lecture: Malcolm, Maurice and the Movement for Reparations in Grenada

By Events, News & Current Affairs, Reparations

Wednesday, May 19, 2021, 7-9 p.m. ET, join the Grenada National Reparations Commission (GNRC) via Zoom for its first virtual lecture “Malcolm, Maurice and the Movement for Reparations in Grenada” featuring guest lecturer Dr. Ron Daniels, President, Institute of the Black World 21st Century. Theme: Malcolm, Maurice and the Movement for Reparations in Grenada Amplifying the role of our revolutionary sons in framing and shaping radical and revolutionary responses to…

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Vantage Point: New Book on the Life and Legacy of Dick Gregory with Dr. E. Faye Williams Plus a Tribute to Malcolm X

By Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

May 17, 2021 — On this edition of Vantage Point, host Dr. Ron Daniels talks with special guest Dr. E. Faye Williams. Topic New Book on the Life and Legacy of Dick Gregory Special Guest Dr. E. Faye Williams National President/CEO, National Congress of Black Women, Washington, DC Plus A Tribute to Malcolm X And The Professor on the Soap Box Ways to listen Live (Radio) — Mondays 3-4PM on…

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How a Shared Goal to Dismantle White Supremacy Is Fueling Black-Asian Solidarity

By Commentaries/Opinions

By Kat Moon — Black and Asian Solidarity Run at Union Square in New York City on March 21. A large crowd of people came together to show their support for the Asian community after the spa killings that occurred recently in Atlanta. Nikki Ogunnaike had participated in Running to Protest’s rallies before, but never with her friend of more than 10 years, Lisa Lu. But on March 21, the…

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Commentary, Articles and Essays by Dr. Maulana Karenga

Reaffirming Our Africanness and Radical Tradition, 1960s: Liberation’s Coming From a Black Thing

By Commentaries/Opinions, Dr. Maulana Karenga

By Dr. Maulana Karenga — Part II. It was Min. Malcolm X who taught us to cultivate a world-encompassing consciousness, not only as pan-Africanists committed to the liberation of Africans everywhere, but also as part of the worldwide revolution and liberation struggle going on and redrawing the map of history. He taught that we, as African people, were part of that global struggle of the oppressed against oppressors. And he…

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What a Black Power Attorney Tells Us About How to Handle a Biden/Harris Presidency

By Editors' Choice

By Nkechi Taifa — Time can be both friend and enemy, although it teaches us so much in either identity. I was in my first year of evening law school when Alicia Garza, co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, was born. Ronald Reagan was president and I was working fulltime during the day for an anti-apartheid organization under the tutelage of Dr. Jean Sindab, a badass, brilliant Black woman —…

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Commentary, Articles and Essays by Dr. Maulana Karenga

Being Ella Baker Even After the Election: Valuing Our Victory, Continuing Our Struggle

By Dr. Maulana Karenga

By Dr. Maulana Karenga — In our rightful celebration and valuing of our victory in saving ourselves and America from its Trumpian self, we must remember and recommit ourselves to continuing our larger struggle. For although we removed Trump, the monster side of America from office, the millions of people who support, enable and voted for him for a second term offer ample evidence the system itself is deeply flawed…

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Commentary, Articles and Essays by Dr. Maulana Karenga

Righteous and Relentless Struggle: Reflections on the Principle and Practice

By Dr. Maulana Karenga

By Dr. Maulana Karenga — (Remembering, reflecting and recommitting.) We cannot say it too often, stress it too much and certainly must never downplay in any way the definitive, determining and decisive role the principle and practice of righteous and relentless struggle have played in the self-conception, self-construction and self-assertion of our people and our organization Us, and the persons called into being and cultivated by both. For among the most defining…

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Message from Minister Malcolm on ALD: Silencing the Guns of Pandemic Oppression

By Dr. Maulana Karenga

By Dr. Maulana Karenga — Our annual reflective and resistance-focused celebration of the birth and life of Min. Malcolm X, May 19th and African Liberation Day, May 25th, finds us confronting an especially dangerous, difficult and demanding time. It is a taxing time of dealing with two global interrelated challenges: the pandemic of COVID-19 and the pathology of oppression in which this virus and other natural diseases and social sicknesses…

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Summation of February 22, 2020 IBW21 Pan African Unity Dialogue (PAUD) Meeting

Summation of February 22, 2020 IBW21 Pan African Unity Dialogue (PAUD) Meeting

By News & Current Affairs, PAUD Posts

There is no way to describe the February 22nd Malcolm X Commemorative Session of the Pan African Unity Dialogue but AWESOME! We had a full house with more than 75 PAUD Participants and Special Guests in attendance. Given the current state of affairs with IBW, including intensive plans for the March 7th Rally, the Summation will synopsize some of the major highlights of this extraordinary Session: After Invocation by Mary France Daniels and Welcome by Estela Vazquez…

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Vantage Point: Who Killed Malcolm X?, Coronavirus Crisis, State of the Black World Rally

By Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

Vantage Point Radio Recorded March 16, 2020 — On this edition of Vantage Point, host Dr. Ron Daniels aka The Professor talks with guests Herb Boyd, Imam Talib-Abdur-Rashid and callers. Topics Who Killed Malcolm X? Mayor Baraka’s Virtual Town Hall Meeting on Coronavirus Crisis Report Back from State of the Black World Rally Guests Herb Boyd, Author, Political Commentator, Harlem, NY Imam Talib-Abdur-Rashid, Mosque of the Islamic Brotherhood, Harlem, NY…

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Tambiko For Min. Malcolm: His Jihad, Awesome Sacrifice and Continuing Powerful Presence

By Dr. Maulana Karenga

By Dr. Maulana Karenga — This is tambiko for Min. Malcolm X, an offering of words and water in reverent remembrance of his legacy-rich life, his jihad of righteous self-raising and liberational struggle, his awesome sacrifice and his continuing powerful presence in the interest and advancement of African and human good in the world. The Day of Malcolm’s sacrifice and martyrdom, February 21, 1965, has been since 1966, a sacred…

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How the Black Power Movement Influenced the Civil Rights Movement

By Editors' Choice

With a focus on racial pride and self-determination, the Black Power movement argued that civil rights reforms did not go far enough to end discrimination against African Americans. By Sarah Pruitt, History — By 1966, the civil rights movement had been gaining momentum for more than a decade, as thousands of African Americans embraced a strategy of nonviolent protest against racial segregation and demanded equal rights under the law. But for an…

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