Category Black history

DYK? Black Women Were Legally Forced To Wear Headwraps In America? — Counter Current News

Source: Urban Intellectuals Yes, black women, at one point in American history were forced to cover their hair, subduing their traditional African heritage and their natural hair. It became a sign of shame before it became […] -2:40 HD We Unravel The Hidden Story Behind via DYK? Black Women Were Legally Forced To Wear Headwraps In […]

QOTD: The voice of violence

MLK’s Political Evolution through the 1960s by Robert Barsocchini Maybe we just have to admit that the day of violence is here, and maybe we just have to give up and let violence take its course.  The nation won’t listen to our voice – maybe it’ll heed the voice of violence. – Martin Luther King, […]

Wikipedia updates Ta-Nehisi’s bio almost immediately

West’s critique is obviously important https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ta-Nehisi_Coates On December 17, 2017, the philosopher and activist Cornel West published an editorial in The Guardian with the title: “Ta-Nehisi Coates is the neoliberal face of the black freedom struggle”.[33] The premise of the article was that Coates “fetishizes white supremacy” and, in West’s view, represents “narrow racial tribalism and myopic political neo-liberalism” by wrongly casting […]

Mr. D. Goes to Washington: All Lives Matter

DE COON CAKE WALK, THE JEMELE HILL SECRET MATRIX, THE RISE OF THE THIRD SATANIC RACE & THE NFL — In Search of Black Assassins

Over the last decade with Obama and now with Donald J. Drumpf as the highest elected U.S. constitutional public law, and military enforcement officials of the country, the nature of the CIA MK ULTRA/MONARCH mind control game has drastically changed. More and more high profile and visible public figures and celebrities are covertly mind control […]

Honoring Octavius V. Catto: Another History Lesson Trump Will Ignore

Honoring Octavius V. Catto: Another History Lesson Trump Will Ignore by LINN WASHINGTON JR. The historic ceremony outside City Hall in Philadelphia recently, that unveiled a statue of a significant yet overlooked 19th Century civil rights leader, contained chilling contemporary connections that radiate the adage: the more things change the more they stay the same. That ceremony […]

I Am Not Your Negro – My Review — Political Film Blog

[I hate reposting an article by a jerk who refuses to post my comments, but nevertheless  J. Giambrone has a good blog, despite his jerkiness. Ed.] Originally posted on J. Giambrone: ? Devastating. This is the best documentary I have seen this year. It’s a must-see, history done right. James Baldwin sets out to tell […]