Few books have been as influential in understanding African impoverishment as this groundbreaking analysis. Rodney shows how the imperial countries of Europe, and subsequently the US, bear major responsibility for impoverishing Africa. They have been joined in this exploitation by agents or unwitting accomplices both in the North and in Africa. With oppression and liberation [...]
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Big Cakes new video, Gonna Be A Change
Crime is going down in America, but more Americans than ever are in prison — and more and more money is being spent and made, turning this country into a giant armed camp. Here are some key points about the private prison industry: 1. America’s system of detaining and monitoring “criminals” impacts more people than [...]
POCO! PODCAST: Former NSA Analyst Speaks On Being Convicted Of Violating The Espionage Act of 1917 & PM Press Founder On Occupy Wallstreet!
Zari Sundiata interviews former NSA Analyst Ken Ford, about his conviction of violating The Espionage Act of 1917; and The Ikonoklast interviews PM Press founder Ramsey Kanaan.
Saturday Radical Culture!
May Day Podcast: Black Agenda Report’s Margaret Kimberley(Posted May 3, Due To Technical Diffculties)
BAR’s Margaret Kimberley talks with us about Iran, class, the death of Black politics, and much more.
Rethinking The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, As A White Liberal Consumer Product!
Dr. Greg Thomas provides a much needed radical critique of Michelle Alexander’s book The New Jim Crow. . .
We would like to thank our good friends at Vox Union for providing the people with this sneak peek. DOWNLOAD AND READ THE FULL INTRODUCTION NOW!
Excerpt: Godless Americana, Forthcoming Summer 2012 By Sikivu Hutchinson The Judgment day billboard sprawls luminously below like a big tricked out index card over Memphis. The Rapture is coming, a world-wide crucible spreading death and destruction to the unrepentant of Graceland and beyond. One month before the Christian zealots’ judgment day and the Memphis airport [...]
Successful vs. Failed Relationships
POCO will be covering the 2012 Left Forum Conference.
Authors of a new book discuss the issue.
On this episode of the podcast People Of Color Organize, Zari and Ikonoklast interview Hip-Hop Activist/Artist, Immortal Technique.
What Happened to the “Promised Land”? A Fanonian Perspective on Post-Apartheid South Africa By Nigel C. Gibson
Reviews post-apartheid South Africa through Fanon’s critical analysis
Dr. João H. Costa Vargas Discuses Anti-Blackness From Brazil To The U.S. On The Season 2 Finale Of Ikonoklast Speaks!
Podcast (ikonoklast): Play in new window | Download On the season 2 finale of IKONOKLAST SPEAKS!, the Ikonoklast is joined by renowned radical scholar Dr. João H. Costa Vargas to discuss the conditions of African people in the Diaspora from the U.S. to Brazil, and what it means for African people in the context of [...]
Fanon Friday’s is back on the scene. I would like to thank comrade AJ for providing us with this quote, as well as providing the link were it and other valuable information can be found, let’s call it AJ’s link. I was fond of this particular quote because people, ad nauseam, like to relinquish all [...]
Dr. Jared A. Ball Talks About His New Book I MIX WHAT I LIKE!: A MIXTAPE MANIFESTO On INOKOKLAST SPEAKS! PART 2
Podcast (ikonoklast): Play in new window | Download On this edition of IKONOKLAST SPEAKS!, we are joined with Dr. Jared A. Ball to discuss his new book, I MIX WHAT I LIKE!: A MIXTAPE MANIFESTO. We discuss the major themes of this important work such as; emancipatory journalism, Internal Colonialism Theory, the role of propaganda [...]
Dr. Jared A. Ball Talks About His New Book I MIX WHAT I LIKE!: A MIXTAPE MANIFESTO On INOKOKLAST SPEAKS! PART 1
Podcast (ikonoklast): Play in new window | Download On this edition of IKONOKLAST SPEAKS!, we are joined with Dr. Jared A. Ball to discuss his new book,I MIX WHAT I LIKE!: A MIXTAPE MANIFESTO. We discuss the major themes of this important work such as; emancipatory journalism, Internal Colonialism Theory, the role of propaganda on [...]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download During this year’s conference of the Association of Black Psychologists an important panel on the issue of African people’s sovereignty was discussed. From the perspectives of history, economics, resources, governance, media, culture and politics panelists attempted to address the question of sovereignty and its practical definition in [...]