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by Ashley Naples For many African Americans, the life of Malcolm X was one of power, substance and meaning.  They equate him with Martin Luther King Jr, and even see him as the leader they...

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Check out what Malcolm said about the House negro and the field negro. It appears that many of the ideas that were sold to us during slavery (or forced upon us) still stay with us...

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This week, the world had to say goodbye to Blues Legend BB King. A career that spanned over 70 years is one that is surely going to be full of great stories and memories to...

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Spies of Mississippi is a journey into the world of informants, infiltrators, and agent provocateurs in the heart of Dixie. The film tells the story of a secret spy agency formed by the state of...

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The Deacons for Defense and Justice was an armed self-defense African-American civil rights organization in the U.S. Southern states during the 1960s. Historically, the organization practiced self-defense methods in the face of racist oppression that...

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Bobby Seale was one of the greatest leaders in American history.  As a leading member of the Black Panthers, he helped awaken the consciousness of the black community.  Here he is in this video explaining why...

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One brilliant man who is not respected enough in history is the great H Rap Brown (aka Imam Jamil Al Amin). Here he talks about whether or not America can or should have a black...

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A lot of people have misconceptions of the Black Panthers and what they represent. This documentary might help set the record straight. You don’t have to watch everything that’s presented here, but it’s important to...

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President Barack Obama just gave a stirring speech about protecting voting rights for African Americans. The speech, given during the anniversary of the march in Selma, is one that black Democrats have heard in the...

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Reported by Liku Zelleke Race and race-related issues have been violently put into the forefront of the news and back into everyone’s attention— if they have ever been in the backseat at all— with the...

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