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Rudy Edwards, 17 Years Old - Hero Of The Overbrook Section Of West Philly!! He Saved His 1 Year Old Nephew From A Fire

This was a bold move at a time of crisis.If Rudy did not make this quick decision the story would have been about the loss of a 1 year old in a fire. I had never heard of "Flanders Road" before (In the Overbrook Section of West Philly)...Show More Summary

From Boom Boxes to Writing Panther History: Our Collective Soundtrack -- The Intersectional Black Panther Party History Project

From Boom Boxes to Writing Panther History: Our Collective Soundtrack b y the Intersectional Black Panther Party History Project | @ mfphillips ?| NewBlackMan (in Exile) In July 2016, Angela D. LeBlanc-Ernest, Mary Phillips, Tracye Matthews and Robyn C. Show More Summary

New Orleans Principal Fired After Video Captures Him Wearing Nazi-Associated Rings

A charter school principal in New Orleans has lost his job after video surfaced of him appearing to wear Nazi-associated rings. The video, which appeared Thursday, shows then-Principal Nicholas Dean of Crescent Leadership Academy holding...Show More Summary

The Warning From Fratz Fanon That "Do Not Make Your BLACK DECOLONIZATION Based Upon EUROPE" Is Not Heeded Because Most Blacks Will ONLY Focus On His Documentary About 'European Exploitation Of Africans" But Will Be Blind To Today's "Progressive NON-VIOLEN

I have "road tested" this film "Concerning Violence" on several friends.I now have NO CONFIDENCE that the average BLACK AMERICAN can consume the messages of Frantz Fanon and see BOTH of his statements. While his documentation of EUROPEAN...Show More Summary

FILLED NEGRO (And The Other Embedded Confidence Men) Are A Creation Of The VOID IN REGULATORY CONTROLS That Is Lacking In "American Containerized Black" Institutional Integrity, Allowing For HARVEST And MOLESTATION


Crystal Marie Fleming on Blackness, Memorialization of Slavery, and Racial Denials in France

'This conversation with Crystal Marie Fleming revolves around her recently published book, Resurrecting Slavery: Racial Legacies and White Supremacy in France (Temple University Press, 2017). Through it, we discuss about the similarities...Show More Summary

Popaganda: Decolonize All the Science

'Popaganda talks with biologist and sociologist Shay-Akil McLean (AKA @hood_biologist) about decolonizing science—and the physical marks that inequality leaves on our bones.' -- Popaganda | Bitch Media

Refugee Crisis Takes Centre Stage at the Venice Biennale

'The desperate journeys taken by refugees are a key theme at this year's art biennale in Venice. From artist Shezad Dawood's prints to Tunisia's national pavilion, the issue of migration is confronted. Al Jazeera's Charlie Angela reports from Venice.'

#StrangeFruit: Mark Anthony Neal on Black Masculinity & Rompers

'He's one of the great Black thought leaders of our time, especially when it comes to black masculinity. So of course, when we had the chance to talk to Dr. Mark Anthony Neal about anything our hearts desired, we brought up rompers.' -- StrangeFruit

Popaganda: An Experimental Physicist on "The Physics of Melanin"

'Dr. Chanda Prescodd Weinstein usually researches dark matter. But in this interview, she talks about a far more down-to-earth topic: the social construction of race and the way science has been used to justify racist exploitation of certain peoples.' -- Popaganda | Bitch Media

African Artists Missing in Action at the Venice Biennale

'The Venice Biennale, the Olympics of the art world, is underway in Italy. Artists from around the world are invited to show their work here. But the African continent is heavily underrepresented. Al Jazeera’s Charlie Angela reports from Venice.'

Lawyer Arrested For Allegedly Telling Rape Victim She’d Be Deported If She Testified

A Baltimore attorney was indicted Tuesday for allegedly pressuring a rape victim not to testify against his client, in part by threatening her with deportation. Christos Vasiliades, 39, is accused of telling the woman and her husband...Show More Summary

We Pay Low Prices For Chinese Food Because Of Racial Biases About ‘Cheap’ Labor

You may not think it, but there’s a direct relationship between plunging your chopsticks into that white, quart-sized box of cheaply priced Chinese food — and a laborer diligently driving a spike to lay the railroad tracks that became...Show More Summary

San Francisco Begins Providing Attorneys For Immigrants Who Can't Afford Them

SAN FRANCISCO — City officials this week began providing public defenders to immigrants unable to afford an attorney to help fight deportation attempts in court. The new program is the third immigration unit in the U.S. run by a public defender’s office. Show More Summary

Alabama Tweaks White Supremacist Law To Potentially Restore Voting Rights To Thousands

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R) signed a law this week to clarify language in the state constitution that many say worked to systematically prevent African-Americans from voting. During a 1901 constitutional convention openly called to establish...Show More Summary

Ariana Grande Announces Manchester Benefit Concert In Powerful Open Letter

Four days after a deadly terror attack claimed the lives of 22 people and injured scores of others at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, the pop star has announced she’s hosting a benefit concert to raise money for the victims and...Show More Summary

This Video Of Lauryn Hill Dropping Wisdom At Only 25 Is A Must-See

It’s hard to believe that it has been nearly 19 years since the release of the iconic album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, which thrust Hill, barely in her mid-20s at the time, into the pantheon of music legends. Friday marks Hill’s...Show More Summary

It's Now Illegal In Alabama To Remove Confederate Monuments

A new bill signed into law Wednesday by Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R) protects Confederate monuments in the state even as other states have started to do away with them. The Alabama Memorial Preservation Act of 2017 disallows removing or renaming any memorial streets or buildings on public property that have been in place for 40 or more years. Show More Summary

Gentrifiers Want To Rename Harlem Area 'SoHa' And Residents Are Pissed

Developers and real estate agents thought that they could come into the lower area of Harlem and dub it “SoHa,” short for South Harlem. As far as residents are concerned, they thought wrong. NY1 reports that developers want to referShow More Summary

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