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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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Michael Eric Dyson’s essay in the New Republic was read with shock from a public that isn’t used to seeing one of it’s great scholars attack another one with a 10,000 word essay. Most consider...

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These little girls will inspire you forever

April 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

Let your kids hear this song and remind them to recite the message every single day of their lives. This group is called Watoto from the Nile. But I want you to ask yourself a...

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Most of us expect that, with time comes progress. But some people argue to the contrary in the black community, since television has become sloppy and less responsible, less progressive and more materialistic. Just to...

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Sidney Poitier was one of the great actors of all time. Here, on the Oprah Winfrey Show, he explains how he was able to overcome racism in America. Tell us what you think about Poitier...

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What They Don’t Teach You in History Class 101

February 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

What They Don’t Teach You in History Class 101...

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These are deep words from Dr Claude Anderson. Listen carefully to what he has to say....

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If you haven’t seen Angela Davis at her peek, this is your chance. This interview was done with the great one in a California prison in 1970, it will knock your socks off.  Angela is...

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Min Louis Farrakhan is a highly respected figure in the black community and beyond. In this video, he speaks with Dr Boyce Watkins at a New Paradigm forum in Chicago about how blacks can obtain...

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By Tamala Perkins On Sunday, some people turn into totally different people from the people they are during the week. These people are known as “Sunday Christians” and unfortunately, it seems Black people are the...

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