As the first Black president exits office, rather than America being “post-racial,” Black people must walk around like the 1960s with signs blaring: “Black Lives Matter.” In addition, the late Supreme Court Justice, Antonin Scalia, advised Black students to attend “slower track” universities. And a Princeton University study concluded that a 20-year effort like the Manhattan Project (building the A-bomb to nuke Japan), is required to close today’s…
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….
In Part two of our talk with Big Frizzle, we discuss the impetus and objectives of specific tracks on his album Family First, Africa 4 Africans Edition.
What’s up everyone, we’re back! For our relaunch we are happy to present our dialogue with Big Frizzle! Big Frizzle is a multi-talented lyricists, singer, writer, and student/teacher of African history and culture.
While people who promote this sentiment are presenting themselves as “peace loving” people….; they are essentially stating their desire to continue the status quo, be it conscious or unconscious.
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.
The issues arising from rapid global integration have generally been treated in isolation by most academic works. This volume examines the many pitfalls of globalization …
This is part 2 of our discussion with Julian Kunnie about his book Is Apartheid Really Dead?: Pan-Africanist Working-Class Cultural Critical Perspectives.
On this episode we talk with Julian Kunnie about his book Is Apartheid Really Dead?: Pan-Africanist Working-Class Cultural Critical Perspectives.
“Black Lives Matter?”: The Sisyphean Endeavour to Fight Racism as
Opposed to Struggling for Revolutionary Pan-African Liberation
Nothing could be more futile than an effort to make one group’s personal attitude central to your objectives as an oppressed group.