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.
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 discussion we discuss the structural conditions Africans from Brazil and the United States live under and the character of the various struggles happening in these African Diaspora communities.
This lecture by Amos Wilson is such a profound personification of conscientization that any African who says they are serious about liberation is duty bound …
“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.
Really great flick about the day to day of being African in England.
Black-On-Black Violence: The Psychodynamics of Black Self-Annihilation in Service of White Domination by Amos Wilson
Black-on-Black Violence: The Psychodynamics of Black Self-Annihilation in the Service of White Domination represents a distinct milestone in criminology and Afrikan Studies. Its explanatory perspectives …
The Subterfuge of Equal Rights: Deconstructing The Liberal Assimilationist Tool of (neo) Colonialism Part 3 of 3
So what does “equal rights” get you in a system that bases itself on oppression? After being thoroughly dehumanized…
February 1965: The Final Speeches (Malcolm X speeches & writings):
Malcolm Setting the Record Straight In His Own Words! Part 3 of 3
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…