Political Philosophy As Popular Pronouncements

Politics should not be a study of style at a collective level. Fashionable tech devices and fashionable clothing choices are alright. Fashionable ideologies and political choices based on what one deems fashionably acceptable render a collective group pliable.   It is dangerous to believe that Trump’s lack of popularity is a direct reflection of his Read the full article…

Bunchy Carter :: Secret Underground

  Alprentice Bunchy Carter is one of those unsung and undermentioned thinkers and strategic organizers of US Black history. His thinking with regards to division of talents and purpose vis-a-vis urban US Black socio-political materialist struggle is often overlooked. It is necessary to review Bunchy Carter’s framework for organizing applied in conditions where class antagonisms Read the full article…

President Barry Obeezy: Gramsci’s Afrikan-Amerikkkan (Rack Two)

You’ve probably heard the term “identity politics” used to refer to people who believe that identity colors one’s experiences, and this idea is not without merit. Identity is an important concept, and is essential to the fighting of bigoted stereotypes and ideas about marginalized groups. It is very easy for people who have never lived Read the full article…

President Barry Obeezy: Gramsci’s Afrikan-Amerikkkan

One further phenomenon in the United States is worth studying, and that is the formation of a surprising number of negro intellectuals who absorb American culture and technology. It is worth bearing in mind the indirect influence that these negro intellectuals could exercise on the backward masses in Africa, and indeed direct influence if one Read the full article…

Black Breasts And Battle Cries

Black Breasts And Battle Cries   On Thursday morning, May 22, 2015, in the San Francisco Financial District, approximately three hundred activists in protest of the murder of unarmed Black Women by United States Law Enforcers stopped traffic and generated a palpable signal throughout social media. What brought a significant contribution to the signal’s amplification Read the full article…

The Black Woman’s March [Clip Two :: @Virtuous_Queen_ Perspective]

Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter!   Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter!   Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter!   Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter! Black Read the full article…

Voices Of The Unheard by @ajh_books

Baltimore is our home. We love the literary and arts communities that reside in the city, but also the people who also call Baltimore home. For generations, the people have had their voices silenced, gone unheard. While people condemn “rioters” and “looters,” saying that they are destroying the city, let it not be forgotten that Read the full article…

The Black Woman’s March [Clip One :: @LovnMyLocs Perspective]

I was surfing the internet and happened upon an article about a Rekia Boyd vigil in NYC that had an embarrassingly low turnout. I believe the numbers were less than a hundred people. I was surprised and disappointed to hear that such a large city who has been active in many other things movement related Read the full article…