george jackson -C101 Land

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…

Eritrean-Askari-C101 Land

Decolonize This? Properly Defining Settlers Part 2 of 2

By C-101 Editors

In dealing with colonialism, we must consider the scope of what can be colonized. The conventional wisdom is that colonialism only relates to land and by extension the original occupants of the land are suppressed. We must understand that slavery is a manifestation of colonialism. Thus when you enslave people…

malcolm x- 1965-C101 PT2

February 1965: The Final Speeches (Malcolm X speeches & writings), Malcolm Setting the Record Straight In His Own Words! Part 2 of 3

By James Stone

Malcolm’s lucid analysis that Black people in the Americas are an African people, helped to crystallize the point that colonialism was the problem Black people have all over…

Cosby-C101 Land

The Subterfuge of Equal Rights: Deconstructing The Liberal Assimilationist Tool of (neo) Colonialism Part 1 of 3

By James Stone

The Negro middle class, not unlike middle classes of other minority groups, is characterized by a desire to separate itself from the masses. This is because it has selected the white middle class as its reference group and, therefore, tries to assume the values and attitudes…

stolen-labor_on_stolen-land-c101 land

Decolonize This? Properly Defining Settlers Part 1 of 2

By C-101 Editors

I want to talk about European settler colonies because, again, we’re dealing with land. A settler colony is an area of land where the European leaves Europe, comes to that area and takes over the land, and dominates the traditional owners of the land…

Malcolm part 1 C101 Land

February 1965: The Final Speeches (Malcolm X speeches & writings):
Malcolm Setting the Record Straight In His Own Words! Part 1 of 3

By James Stone

A lot has changed since El Hajj Malik El Shabazz walked the earth. The 1960’s were a time of promise that held up the possibility of a better tomorrow for humanity. The newly independent nations in Africa had the Western imperial powers panicking and scrambling to maintain their hegemony over that part of the human family which the German philosopher G.W.F. Hegel declared to have played no historical part in the world. The National Liberation movements in the Third World were determined to extract themselves from the yoke of colonialism…