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.
So I ask again, if African Americans returned to Africa and were exposed to these realities, would Africa still appear to
School of Thought pays homage to black leaders in a dope way.
I love the idea of symbolism and note it in my own life on a daily basis. There was a time, not too far back in my personal
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.
The Trayvon/Zimmerman thing last summer viscerally evidenced two Americas. The not-guilty decision from my (and most urban
Ultimately, Garvey was arrested and later deported to Jamaica, but he remains known as the premier proponent of black pride
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.
A board of directors elected white constitutional lawyer and former president of the American Bar Association, Moorfield
The Dream Reborn coincides with the 40th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s murder, thereby injecting a profound biblical quality to this venture that is clearly not lost upon its supporters.