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The Ugly Cointelpro

January 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

Ugly is not good enough a word when it comes to describing this evil practice. These unethical, and many times illegal projects, were created and operated by J.Edgar Hoover and the FBI. Boy did they...

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Bobby Seale is best known as the co founder of the Black Panther Party. When the group was really active,he was imprisoned without bail for 2 years and then ran for mayor of Oakland. Check...

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Huey P Newton Interviewed in Jail (1968)

October 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

Huey P Newton will always be known as the great leader of The Black Panther Party. A few people have come forward to disagree with the aforementioned statement. What we all probably agree on is...

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Fred Hampton. Reflecting on a tragedy. Who remembers?...

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Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “No matter what Muhammad Ali’s religion, you have to admire the man’s courage.” In this rare clips, we have two great Civil Rights icons giving their take on Muhammad...

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Words can not express our great sorrow in the death of Muhammad Ali. Throughout his career, Muhammad Ali stood up for causes, especially as it concerned Black people. In this rare clip, Ali talks about...

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Listen to Malcolm X talk about Martin Luther King Jr. Of course, this audio appears to come from an interview that took place before these two men were able to reconcile some of their differences,...

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  Many feel that the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has been whitewashed.  While this topic might be subject to debate, one thing we can rely on are the words of Dr King,...

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Dr. Frances Cress Welsing’s teachings were quite controversial and take it or leave it, her ultimate goal was to protect and uplift Blacks across the globe. In this brief clip, she is seen on Tony...

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When Stevie Wonder was only 12 years old, many predicted that he was going to be a genius.  And he surely did live up to that prediction. Here is a throwback clip of Wonder in...

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