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 »
Conscientization 101 Podcast Ep.053-Ward Churchill WWLW Part 3

EP.053 Wielding Words Like Weapons With Ward Churchill Part 3 of 3

In the riveting conclusion of our three part series with acclaimed American Indian Movement activist-intellectual Ward Churchill about his venerable book Wielding Words Like Weapons: Selected Essays In Indigenism, 1995-2005, we discuss... 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 »

EP.052 Wielding Words Like Weapons With Ward Churchill Part 2 of 3

In part two of this puissant series we discuss Indigenous people in Western cinema. Specifically we discuss the functionality of pejorative depictions of Indigenous people in cinema to the settler colonial project... Read more »
Conscientization 101 Podcast Ep.051-Ward Churchill WWLW Part 1

EP.051 Wielding Words Like Weapons With Ward Churchill Part 1 of 3

Sagacious, trenchant, and decisive are just a few ways to describe the writings of American Indian Movement activist–intellectual Ward Churchill. Informed by praxis, Churchill’s decades of work demonstrate a keen understanding that... Read more »

The Way of Companions Myth, History, Philosophy and Literature: The African Record by Ayi Kwei Armah

In Ayi Kwei Armah’s The Way of Companions Myth, History, Philosophy, and Literature: The African Record takes you out of Plato’s cave and into a sovereign egalitarian African future. This book is... Read more »

Seeking The Sakhu: Foundational Writings For An African Psychology by Wade Nobles

Contrary to popular belief, psychology is not an objective field of study. A person’s or a people’s psychology is culturally specific; thus when people attempt to explain a particular person’s/people’s psychological health,... Read more »

Capitalism in Crisis: Globalization & World Politics Today by Fidel Castro

Fidel Castro’s Capitalism in Crisis: Globalization and World Politics Today is a revelatory read compiled from various speeches Castro gave between 1998-2000. In this book, Castro demonstrates abilities similar to a clairvoyant,... Read more »

Ujamaa: Essays on Socialism by Julius Kambarage Nyerere

In  Ujamaa: Essays on Socialism, Julius Kambarage Nyerere lays out the ideological framework, guidelines, and basic principles of the Tanganyika African Nation Union (TANU) underlying Tanzania’s commitment to socialism. The Arusha Declaration... Read more »

The Rebirth of African Civilization by Chancellor Williams

The idea of Pan African unity, the coming together of the one billion African peoples in the world, is not merely fantasy. This demand comes at a time when African people’s very... Read more »