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FROM THE BOOK OF MALCOLM X

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Murderer Of Malcolm X To Be Released

Cholly ·
Thomas Hagan The man who killed El Hajj Malik El Shabazz a.k.a. Malcolm X in cold blood, is set to be released from jail.Thomas Hagan is the only man to admit to assassinating the leader and was found guilty of murder for his shooting death on...
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Yemaya ·
Now, I know I'm going to take the heat on this but right is right. I wonder if he's going to have a reception as a hero by the NOI like the other man who helped assassinate Malcolm X?? I'm appalled that this man who murdered one of my own personal heroes gets all these perks. But I guess that's what happens when you operate the way they want you under the system of White Supremacy. Getting rewarded by the Man.
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PETITION LAUNCHED AGAINST NICKI MINAJ AFTER USING IMAGE OF MALCOLM X AS ART FOR SINGLE, “LOOKIN’ A** NI**A

sunnubian ·
PETITION LAUNCHED AGAINST NICKI MINAJ AFTER USING IMAGE OF MALCOLM X AS ART FOR SINGLE, “LOOKIN’ A** NI**A 23 COMMENTS February 13, 2014 ‐ By Victoria Uwumarogie 0 1 15 Instagram UPDATE: There is now a Change.org petition seeking to have Minaj change her single artwork: “ The cover photo is disrespectful to the life and legacy of Malcolm X and all that he fought against and represented. ” Nicki Minaj is back at it musically after taking a break to do TV ( American Idol ) and film (The Other...
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How Steel Sharpened Steel: The Connection Between the Civil Rights Movement and African Independence Movements

sunnubian ·
How Steel Sharpened Steel: The Connection Between the Civil Rights Movement and African Independence Movements April 3, 2016 | Posted by Jamal Bradley Tagged With: African independence , Civil Rights , dubois , ghana independence , HBCUs , Malcolm X , Martin Luther King Jr. , nkrumah In the center of Nairobi, Kenya, there’s a street with dozens of shops that sell school uniforms and household goods. The street, which also has a few restaurants, is well known, as it crosses through one of the...
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James Wesley Chester ·
'Nuff Said!!!!!!!" PEACE Jim Chester
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NSpirit ·
I read this article to a relative and their response was "I wonder how long he'll live?"...
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Dissident ·
@ Yemaya You are 100% correct sis. We also can draw parallels with Marcus Garvey and his "Black Star" line of ships. Garvey, not being a captain of a navy delegated responsibility of his ships to a two-faced Uncle Tom traitor who served as Captain. Unknown to Garvey, this traitor was an undercover FBI/CIA operative who used Garvey's trust to sabotage the ships and operation, killing the dreams of millions of Garvey's followers. What ever happened to this traitor of AAs, destroyer of Garvey's...
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Re: Murderer Of Malcolm X To Be Released

Yemaya ·
Reference: I read this article to a relative and their response was "I wonder how long he'll live?"... Well the man has been visiting with his family, working out side the jail for years. Whoever wanted to get him, should've and could've gotten him by now. Unfortunately, I don't think anything is going to happen to him except he's going to continue living at home.
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Re: Malcolm X’s Grandson Breaks Silence!

Yemaya ·
Of course they did! He was going to Iran AND he's the grandson of Malcolm X! I mean is it just me, but is this a no-brainer?
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Re: Does Malcolm X Deserve A Federal Holiday?

Xumbrarchist ·
Does MLK have a holiday because of Malcolm X? The federal government has to tell us which of the two we are supposed to prefer. Xum
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Power vs. Equality: Malcolm X Sought Not to Change America But to Change Black People

sunnubian ·
Power vs. Equality: Malcolm X Sought Not to Change America But to Change Black People By Kamau Franklin - May 19, 2017 Malcolm X (Source: Wikimedia Commons) Today, May 19, marks what would’ve been Malcolm X’s 92 nd birthday. It also marks an appropriate time in the history of Black America to think about the ideological paradigm shift Malcolm ushered in during the 1960s that still holds some sway over a significant portion of those who are left-leaning organizers and social justice...
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Does Malcolm X Deserve A Federal Holiday?

sunnubian ·
Does Malcolm X Deserve A Federal Holiday? Written by Terrell Jermaine Starr on January 23, 2012 2:10 pm Click for More Next Post Does Malcolm X deserve a federal holiday? Toure, a New York Times best-selling author, thinks so. He penned a Time Magazine column arguing that the civil rights legend is equally deserving of a federal holiday as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. SEE ALSO: Why Obama’s Critics Are Right What would we celebrate on “Malcolm X Day?” Toure give us some of the principles we’d...
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Yemaya ·
Originally Posted by Xumbrarchist: Does MLK have a holiday because of Malcolm X? The federal government has to tell us which of the two we are supposed to prefer. Xum Xum they didn't like either, but the demand was for MLK so the government acquiesced to creating an MLK because they could control and propagate his integrationist style speeches to dilute the black power ideology. But yes the old NOI made the SCLC and NAACP look reasonable.
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The Global Dimensions of the Life and Legacy of Malcolm X

sunnubian ·
The Global Dimensions of the Life and Legacy of Malcolm X Revolutionary leader developed amid monumental changes around the world By Abayomi Azikiwe Editor, Pan-African News Wire African American History Month Series No. 3 Note: This is the text of a lecture delivered at Henry Ford College in Dearborn, Michigan in honor of African American History Month on February 8, 2017. The program was sponsored by the campus African American Association, the Diversity Club and the Office of Student...
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Kocolicious ·
I dunno. Something don't smell right with me with this story. The police is more aggressive and courageous than merely playing hide and seek....especially with a black man. Proof is all these police bruality issues against them, Cuz everyone know the police will confront the primary source head on. They wouldn't be playing tag you're it. Nawl. If they are looking for somebody, they will go get them. Period. Please don't dismiss the fact that this young brotha was diagosed with paranoid...
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Malcolm X’s Grandson Breaks Silence!

sunnubian ·
Malcolm X’s Grandson Alive And Well, Releases Statement: ‘They Drew Guns On My Mother And Me’ [VIDEO] Mar 18, 2013 By Kirsten West Savali Share On February 3rd, while sports — and Beyonce — lovers were distracted by the Super Bowl, Dr. Randy Short began to spread the word via social media that Malcolm Shabazz , grandson of transcendent human rights activist El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Malcolm X), had been arrested by the FBI while en route to Iran to attend a Hollywoodism conference. RELATED:...
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Re: PETITION LAUNCHED AGAINST NICKI MINAJ AFTER USING IMAGE OF MALCOLM X AS ART FOR SINGLE, “LOOKIN’ A** NI**A

Muhammad Cipher ·
Update: http://allhiphop.com/2014/02/1...-right-by-malcolm-x/
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Why Are Black People Ignoring the Economic Empowerment Teachings of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Marcus Garvey?

sunnubian ·
Why Are Black People Ignoring the Economic Empowerment Teachings of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Marcus Garvey? September 7, 2014  | Posted by  Jay M.   Tagged With:  black community ,  Black People Economics ,  Dr....
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Momentum ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: Why Are Black People Ignoring the Economic Empowerment Teachings of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Marcus Garvey? September 7, 2014 | Posted by Jay M. Tagged With: black community , Black People Economics , Dr. Martin Luther King , Economic Empowerment , Malcolm X , Marcus Garvey 1376 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Join us in our effort to change our world with Empowering Narratives. Share this empowering narrative on your social network of choice and...
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Re: Why Are Black People Ignoring the Economic Empowerment Teachings of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Marcus Garvey?

sunnubian ·
During MLK, Malcolm X and certainly Marcus Garvey's day, neither Science nor Technology was no where near where it is today, nor was it having the widespread, enormous impact on society and people's everyday lives that it is today. Besides, also during their time a very large percentage of Americans were not even high school graduates (both Black and White, especially in the south), nor did they have to be to obtain a good paying job with long-term security. It was a different time for All...
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Re: Why Are Black People Ignoring the Economic Empowerment Teachings of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Marcus Garvey?

Xumbrarchist ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: During MLK, Malcolm X and certainly Marcus Garvey's day, neither Science nor Technology was no where near where it is today, nor was it having the widespread, enormous impact on society and people's everyday lives that it is today. This is what I find strange about people's attitudes about technology. The word "technology" is used a lot more today than it was in the 60s. But transistors today work the same way as transistors did in the 60s. The only real...
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Patrice Lumumba, Congo & African-American history

sunnubian ·
Parallels between struggles for national liberation Patrice Lumumba, Congo & African-American history By Abayomi Azikiwe Editor, Pan-African News Wire Published Feb 2, 2011 3:18 PM This year marks the 50th anniversary of the political assassination of Congo’s first prime minister under independence, Patrice Lumumba. Patrice Lumumba February is celebrated in the United States and around the world as African-American History Month, where people of all backgrounds and nationalities pay...
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Malcolm X: The Rape Of The Congo

sunnubian ·
Malcolm X: The Rape Of The Congo August 8, 2013 | Filed under: Featured , Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff Malcolm X Part of a speech by Malcolm X on February 14, 1965 . The players have changed but the game is still the same — outsiders in cahoots with corporate media outlets that function as enablers continue to exploit Congo’s resources and cause untold deaths. Today, Rwanda, Uganda and M23 play the roles of Moise Tshombe and South African mercenaries. The more things change, the...
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The Centenary of a Revolutionary: Legendary Activist, Organizer Grace Lee Boggs Turns 100

sunnubian ·
The Centenary of a Revolutionary: Legendary Activist, Organizer Grace Lee Boggs Turns 100 VIDEO: Legendary Detroit Activist Grace Lee Boggs Turns 100; Watch Never-Before-Aired Interview To mark her 100th birthday, we pay tribute to the legendary activist and Detroit-based community organizer Grace Lee Boggs. We play an excerpt of the documentary, "American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs," and revisit a 2008 Democracy Now! interview about Boggs’ work in the civil rights,...
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Re: Does Malcolm X Deserve A Federal Holiday?

EbonyRose ·
I hope he was joking. However, I do think Black America could be a little more celebratory and appreciative of him. Maybe acknowledge his dedication to Black unity and nationalism and vision for Black economic and educational empowerment by acknowledgement on his birthday. And teach it to our kids as a motivation for self-determination and self-sufficiency. We shouldn't need White America to appreciate our great scholars and leaders ... in order for us to do so ourselves.
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Re: Does Malcolm X Deserve A Federal Holiday?

sunnubian ·
I absolutely agree, ER. You took the thoughts right out of my mind.
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Re: Does Malcolm X Deserve A Federal Holiday?

Yemaya ·
That I agree with. We don't need white people to sanction a holiday for us. Can't remember how many times I skipped school before MLK Day become legal. All approved by my parents. May 19th is a great day to celebrate a holiday!
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Re: Does Malcolm X Deserve A Federal Holiday?

Xeon ·
Well, one thing for sure, it will never happen..............
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Re: Malcolm X’s Grandson Breaks Silence!

Yemaya ·
But I do want to say "Thank You" for letting the public of Orange County, NY know that there is an Anti-Terror Unit in the county. As well as an an FBI 'detachment' in the county as well that follows and investigates all black men in the county with minor criminal records. I'm saying this based on what I in fact know to be true. Working for the man has its privileges.
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Re: Malcolm X’s Grandson Breaks Silence!

Kocolicious ·
This is the SAME grandson who set fire in the house that killed Betty Shabazz...right? Hummmmmmm. Okay. . I know he was a confused child at the time but I'm having a problem wondering what has he done positive in the years since. Cuz for a good while he has had problems with his mother to the point of violence and to the point where they couldn't live in the same house. Both have psychological issues. Plus he's been in and out of prison since the "fire." So it will be very interesting to...
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Xumbrarchist ·
That is such obvious bullshit. If they can find all of those people to tell them to contact him then they could find him and contact him directly. Aren't all of these people talking to each other and seeing the obvious psychological BS? Xum
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Yemaya ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: This is the SAME grandson who set fire in the house that killed Betty Shabazz...right? Hummmmmmm. Okay. . I know he was a confused child at the time but I'm having a problem wondering what has he done positive in the years since. Cuz for a good while he has had problems with his mother to the point of violence and to the point where they couldn't live in the same house. Both have psychological issues. Plus he's been in and out of prison since the "fire." So...
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Kocolicious ·
Sista Yemaya wrote: Unfortunately Kocolicious, you bring up some good points. The family does have some very serious unresolved issues surrounding the death of their father. These unresolved issues have manifested into many of the problems the family is experiencing today. Its sad. Who wants to experience actually seeing their father being murdered, being told to just get over it (that's what many black people were told at that time when experiencing events such as this) and facing physical...
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Kocolicious ·
See how I deliberately ignored....the word UNFORTUNATELY ? And focused on the commentary? See. I know I'm doing GOOD to try to get along. Any other time I woulda....well. Never mind. But. I'm just. sayin.
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Yemaya ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: See how I deliberately ignored....the word UNFORTUNATELY ? And focused on the commentary? See. I know I'm doing GOOD to try to get along. Any other time I woulda....well. Never mind. But. I'm just. sayin. It is unfortunate that the family had to go through that...
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Yemaya ·
Originally Posted by Yemaya: Originally Posted by Kocolicious: See how I deliberately ignored....the word UNFORTUNATELY ? And focused on the commentary? See. I know I'm doing GOOD to try to get along. Any other time I woulda....well. Never mind. But. I'm just. sayin. It is unfortunate that the family had to go through that... But this is the internet and well... go ahead and do what you feel is real. . .
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Kocolicious ·
What? I was just making a light joke on the word UNFORTUNATELY as you had indicated in your post as if to say unfortnately you did bring up a good point. Maybe I read what you said wrong. But! I wasn't even thinking about the family. It was a joke sista Yemaya. Just a joke my sista. I wasn't try to instigate anything. Just having a little fun with you....that's all. Geez! Used to be I'd fly off the handle in a New York minute regardless if I had read the comment wrong. I'm just saying that I...
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Kocolicious ·
BTW. Just so you know my sista. Even though we DISAGREE a lot. I do respect you, your intelligence and feel wholeheartedly that you are an awesome person. I don't have to like what a person says to know that that person is of quality and integrity and have it goin on. I can tell! That's a no brainer. I'm smart like that....gotta be if you work with socializing children. Look! I'm a big girl so I can acknowledge the excellence of others without feeling intimidated. Helll...I embrace it. I...
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Afro-Mexicans Demand Justice for Malcolm Latif Shabazz

sunnubian ·
Afro-Mexicans Demand Justice for Malcolm Latif Shabazz July 2, 2013 | Filed under: Featured , Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff 15 Afro-Mexicans demand justice for Malcolm Latif Shabazz AFRICANGLOBE – One month after the brutal murder of Malcolm Latif Shabazz in Mexico City, about 30 people gathered at the Angel of Independence (a landmark where celebrations and protests are often held) to demand justice in the case. The demonstrators convened by the Steering Committee in Defense of the...
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Mexico City Authorities Cover Up the Murder of Malcolm Latif Shabazz

sunnubian ·
Mexico City Authorities Cover Up the Murder of Malcolm Latif Shabazz August 6, 2013 | Filed under: Featured , Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff Afro-Mexican Citizens Defense Committee marched and rallied for young Malcolm on June 9, a month after his assassination AFRICANGLOBE – Now that the Mexico City Legislature is about to confirm another four-year term for Luis GonzÁlez Placencia as the head of the city’s Human Rights Commission, will he respond to complaints regarding the brutal...
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Re: Malcolm X: The Rape Of The Congo

DennisKalita ·
Meet the New Exploiter: http://allafrica.com/stories/201308071730.html
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Re: Malcolm X: The Rape Of The Congo

DennisKalita ·
Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Meet the New Exploiter: http://allafrica.com/stories/201308071730.html http://therealnews.com/t2/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=31&Itemid=74&jumival=10535
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Re: Malcolm X: The Rape Of The Congo

sunnubian ·
I understand that there may be questions regarding China true motives in "investing" so heavily in Africa, but, to my knowledge, I don't think the Chinese have ever dropped bombs on Africa/African villages, murdering men, women, children and babies and put a puppet president in office to murder his own people. At least, not yet.
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Re: Malcolm X: The Rape Of The Congo

DennisKalita ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: I understand that there may be questions regarding China true motives in "investing" so heavily in Africa, but, to my knowledge, I don't think the Chinese have ever dropped bombs on Africa/African villages, murdering men, women, children and babies and put a puppet president in office to murder his own people. At least, not yet. “ At least not yet ”. This is solely a matter of calculation and convenience for them. China claims to have 5 races, what they call...
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Re: Malcolm X: The Rape Of The Congo

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by sunnubian: I understand that there may be questions regarding China true motives in "investing" so heavily in Africa, but, to my knowledge, I don't think the Chinese have ever dropped bombs on Africa/African villages, murdering men, women, children and babies and put a puppet president in office to murder his own people. At least, not yet. “ At least not yet ”. This is solely a matter of calculation and convenience for them. China...
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Re: Malcolm X: The Rape Of The Congo

Xeon ·
"I don't think the Chinese have ever dropped bombs on Africa/African villages, murdering men, women, children and babies and put a puppet president in office to murder his own people. At least, not yet." Good point. But now, it is black Africans who are committing atrocities, killing, mass raping, crushing political opposition and imprisoning other black Africans . It’s very, very sad…..
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Re: Malcolm X: The Rape Of The Congo

MaynardJ ·
Originally Posted by Xeon: "I don't think the Chinese have ever dropped bombs on Africa/African villages, murdering men, women, children and babies and put a puppet president in office to murder his own people. At least, not yet." Good point. But now, it is black Africans who are committing atrocities, killing, mass raping, crushing political opposition and imprisoning other black Africans . It’s very, very sad….. What type of dumb ass uses the term black African?
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Re: Why Are Black People Ignoring the Economic Empowerment Teachings of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Marcus Garvey?

Xumbrarchist ·
What did they say about science and technology in relation to economics? MLK encouraged Nichelle Nichols to stay on Star Trek but what did he ever say about science in a specific way? http://www.npr.org/2011/01/17/...cts-On-MLK-Encounter The space program boosted electronics development and Star Trek helped inspire flip cell phones. So how do Black parents point Black children at understanding tech. Pay ridiculous amounts of money to White folks to dribble out information? Teach Yourself...
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Re: Why Are Black People Ignoring the Economic Empowerment Teachings of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Marcus Garvey?

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Xumbrarchist: This is what I find strange about people's attitudes about technology. The word "technology" is used a lot more today than it was in the 60s. But transistors today work the same way as transistors in the 60s. The only real change is that the manufacturing techniques have changed such that it is possible to put A LOT MORE of them in a smaller space. If someone really understood how a computer worked in 1965 then they understand how a smartphone works today.
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