Reflecting on Franz Fanon’s contributions.
Tag Archives: neo-colonialism
An exploration of culture and development.
On this episode of Watershed, Zari and the Ikonoklast interview former US Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney.
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. . .
This article is a response to Michael Dawson as part of The Future of Black Politics, a forum on the potential of black liberation movements. It is posted here to stimulate conversation. Michael Dawson is right: we sorely need a national black progressive movement armed with imagination, energy, and an unswerving critique of racism, sexism, class [...]
Kwame Ture speaks on POCO podcast.
Lowkey’s latest single from his upcoming album Soundtrack to the Struggle!
Mainstream hip hop got you down? Does the bullshit that clogs up the airwaves have you sifting through your musical catalog of old? Well fear not Jasiri X, yet again, provides a breath of fresh air in these heavily polluted media airwaves. Check out his ”Just A Minstrel” video (a high quality self produced video. And speaking of [...]
The next episode of Ikonoklast Speaks (scheduled for June), will be on cultural hegemony and cultural imperialism, so I thought I’d send out this brief, but yet powerful, film on religion’s effects on people of color; the film is entitled The Sunday Habit, enjoy.
I just wanted to feature this article that was written by Sikivu Hutchinson (posted on Black Agenda Report 05/04/2010), discussing how a certain sector of punk chump Negro communities think they are off the hook from the brutality of American Imperialism because our brown brothers and sisters are catching heat in the news at this [...]
Released May 7, 2010 by Uhuru News
1. “Militarizing Africa” describes how the United States has fomented the devastating war in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, as well as taken part in and engineered the Ethiopian invasion of Somalia. With Mfuni Kazadi, Millicent Okumu, Farah Maalim and Halima Abdi Arush. 2. “Economic War” focuses on the World Bank’s and IMF’s decimation [...]
The Empire is alive and well, doing its best to try and suffocate the last vestiges of resistance, but hell we know that already. Investigative journalist and award winning documentary filmmaker, John Pilger, takes us into lives of these bold resistors of The Empire in his book Freedom Next Time: Resisting The Empire. Pilger takes [...]
Ahhh, The White Left……. today I feel like discussing threats to People of Color that aren’t Right (pun intended). I couldn’t get Ernesto’s article, Overtures to Tea Party: Smart Politics or Hitler-Stalin Pact?, out of my head; so I decided to do more research into what has been characterized as “The Left”, and what it [...]
The following article, Obama Brings International State Terrorism to Ghana, was written by Sekou Nkrumah, Chairman of the Pan African Improvement Organization. Sekou Nykrumah, has also authored two books: Repatriation and Pan Africanism, the Suppression of Two Movements and Notes on White Supremacy and Capitalism. This article was written as a critique of Obama’s trip [...]
Azania (South Africa) made international news when a notorious white supremacy was eradicated from the earth by Africans freedom fighters. One thing I always find ironic about white people in Azania, is their fictitious claim to African lands, I mean they are settlers! It reminds me of all the times I’ve been told “to go [...]
OK, enough is enough, certain “African-Americans” (and I do mean “African-Americans” to be a pejorative jab) are taking President Obama’s proclamation of a post racial society way too far. The whole “he has to say things like that to fool the white folks” line is passé, and besides he won. Sixty African-American signatories of a [...]
By Mao Zedong (Mao Tsetung) A GREAT revolutionary storm has spread through Asia, Africa and Latin America since World War II. Independence has been proclaimed in more than fifty Asian and African countries. China, Viet Nam, Korea and Cuba have taken the road of socialism. The face of Asia, Africa and Latin America has undergone [...]