Eyesis Star’s new album entitled K.R.E.A.M (Knowledge Rules Everything Around Me) is her first solo project release and covers a real life transition into what it means to be yourself in a world full of imitations.
It’s hard to believe that 40 years have passed since the historic Soweto student uprising that marked a watershed in the liberation struggle in South Africa, sparked by defenseless and courageous youth of whom over 1,000 were mercilessly gunned down by trigger-happy apartheid police. The martyrs of Soweto should never be forgotten by anybody who values humanity….
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If you have recently visited our site, you have seen many aspects of Conscientization 101 change. Fortunately, the updates we announced last year have materialized and we wanted to give our old and new supporters a rundown of the new features!
The ‘noteworthy’ duo, Uhuru (Cyclonious & Tha 4orce), are releasing an album sampler giving an insight into their remarkable sound.
In these writings Chinweizu highlights the process of forced ‘Arabization’ and anti-African genocide that has been taking place across Northern Africa for thousands of years.
Raggo Zulu Rebel’s has just dropped new music on his JahKnowStar Mixtape with Ireland’s own Mic-A-Blaze Records & Dj Ozz G.
September 12, 2015 is the 38th anniversary of the assassination of Steve Biko, and Dr. Julian Kunnie reminds us that Biko’s work is still yet to be done in spite of the mendacious narrative that liberation has come to South Africa/Azania.
Black Disidentification: The 2013 Protests , Rolezinhos, & Racial Antagonism in Post-Lula Brazil by João Costa Vargas
Dr. João Costa Vargas explores dimensions of a foundational social antagonism that characterizes Brazilian society, by analyzing the ways in which the problem of Black presence manifested itself in the 2013 mass street protests and the rolezinhos (literally cruises, or little strolls).
In this paper Dr. Walter A. Rodney (W.A.R.) is breaking down how African history can be used as a tool for Black liberation. As Brother Rodney points out…