Marcus Garvey

Proverbs 29:18 says “where there is no vision, a people perish.” The U.S. Government’s long campaign to discredit civil rights
"Almost 100 years after a grave miscarriage of justice, he is still considered a criminal in the US."
Some of the American critics of the revolution in Grenada were afraid of the revolution's potential appeal to African-Americans. This was a socialist revolution in an English-speaking nation that was made up of over 90% black people.
Africans in the diaspora who return after several years hold similar expectations as African Americans. They too look forward
School of Thought pays homage to black leaders in a dope way.
The 10 Plagues are an integral part of the Seder, a Hebrew word which translates to "order" since the ritual meal is eaten
When I think about black power and academia, I don't go to celebrities for that. I look to the many black inventors and scholars who have paved the way for me to have graduated from college and succeed in my personal career.
Pre-black kid, I wouldn't have paid much attention to this Zimmerman trial and its larger implications. Now, post-black kid
Take a look at the photo and share your thoughts in the comments section below. A picture is certainly worth a thousand words
You can't simply watch Spike Lee's film Malcolm X or read The Autobiography Of Malcolm X as Told To Alex Haley. To get the fullest, fairest treatment of Malcolm X's life, you must also read this book.