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Babylon (1980 Film)

By C-101 Editors

Really great flick about the day to day of being African in England.


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Class Struggle In Africa: A Review

By James Stone

Class Struggle In Africa, demystifies the notion of the “backward” African, and the patriarchal “benevolent” Western (white) world…


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Viewing Teza, Reading Fanon: 10 Critical Questions for Haile Gerima’s Cinema (A Study Guide)

By C-101 Editors

ABSTRACT: This is a brief study guide designed to engage viewing audiences of Haile Gerima’s film Teza in a critical analysis inspired by some of …


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Misguided Movement: The Neoliberal Move Toward Natural Hair
Part 3 of 3

By Zari Sundiata

Even more insidious is the neoliberal trend to encourage consumerism as a way to social change.


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Misguided Movement: The Neoliberal Move Toward Natural Hair
Part 2 of 3

By Zari Sundiata

“We encounter difficulties when dealing with the petty-bourgeois class, especially in a colonial context.”


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Latest Tracks from Wise Intelligent

By C-101 Editors

Wise Intelligent
We gotta give props to Wise Intelligent for putting down these new tracks from his forthcoming album Stevie Bonneville Wallace. He has the courage …


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The Subterfuge of Equal Rights: Deconstructing The Liberal Assimilationist Tool of (neo) Colonialism Part 3 of 3

By James Stone

So what does “equal rights” get you in a system that bases itself on oppression? After being thoroughly dehumanized…


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February 1965: The Final Speeches (Malcolm X speeches & writings):
Malcolm Setting the Record Straight In His Own Words! Part 3 of 3

By James Stone

As you are reading February 1965, you literally are introduced to Malcolm’s seemingly perennial energy. Malcolm literally does not have time to catch a break at all. If he is not being denied entry into France…


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Misguided Movement: The Neoliberal Move Toward Natural Hair Part 1 of 3

By Zari Sundiata

The “new age” manifestation of “natural hair” is completely devoid of any political organizing for Pan-African liberation.


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The Subterfuge of Equal Rights: Deconstructing The Liberal Assimilationist Tool of (neo) Colonialism Part 2 of 3

By James Stone

You know our people react in different ways to this neoslavery, some just give in completely and join the other side. They join some Christian cult and cry out for integration. These are the…