EP.056 Dr. Walter A. Rodney Digitally Remastered Disquisition

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSAlthough it has been over forty years since the cowardly and brutal assassination of our dearly beloved brother Dr. Walter Anthony Rodney (aka Dr. W.A.R.),... Read more »

The Young Lords: A Radical History by Johanna Fernández

Against the backdrop of America’s escalating urban rebellions in the 1960s, an unexpected cohort of New York radicals unleashed a series of urban guerrilla actions against the city’s racist policies and contempt... Read more »

Écrits Politiques – Politische Schriften – Political Writings by Dhoruba Bin Wahad

Dhoruba Bin Wahad, Revolutionary Pan-Africanist – co-author of the book Still Black, Still Strong: Survivors of the War Against Black Revolutionaries – is  one of the most important witnesses of the Black... Read more »

Caribbean History: From Pre-colonial Origins to the Present by Tony Martin

In Caribbean History: From Pre-colonial Origins to the Present, Dr. Tony Martin has attempted to overhaul, as it were, the approach to a survey of Caribbean history. Dr. Martin reframes the way in... Read more »

Mozambique: The Revolution and its Origins by Barry Munslow

Contrary to the blather of Western ideologues and their negro lackeys, contact with the West has been of no benefit to African people. One can honestly say the sole attribute that has... Read more »

A History of the Guyanese Working People, 1881–1905 by Walter Rodney

Completed shortly before Walter Rodney’s assignation in June 1980, A History of the Guyanese Working People, 1881—1905 provides an original, well-informed, and perceptive contribution to the historiography of nineteenth-century Guyanese society. This... Read more »

The Pan-African Connection: From Slavery to Garvey and Beyond by Tony Martin

The Pan-African movement for international Black unity is one of the great movements of modern history. Its New World roots go back at least to the eighteenth century. In its time it... Read more »

Where White Men Fear to Tread by Russell Means

Russell Means was, without a doubt, one of the most prominent and courageous American Indian leader’s of the 20th century. Where White Men Fear to Tread is the well-detailed, first-hand story of... Read more »

Bury My heart At Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West by Dee Brown

The popular notion that the United States of America is “a nation of immigrants” is not merely a misnomer, but it is a euphemism that surreptitiously cloaks what it really is…A EUROPEAN/WESTERN,... Read more »

Cultural Misorientation: The Greatest Threat to the Survival of the Black Race in the 21st Century by Kobi K.K. Kambon

Nobody knows better than Dr. Kobi Kazembe Kalongi Kambon, that the political economy by which a society operates is based on a particular philosophical, cultural imperative, and the best way to dominate... Read more »