Tag Archives: African-American History

Democratic Socialists of America: Thomas F. Jackson- Martin Luther King for Our Times

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat: Democratic Socialists of America: Thomas F. Jackson- Martin Luther King for Our Times What Thomas Jackson was writing in his DSA piece about Martin King was the next stage of … Continue reading

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Godvia: Like It is: Gil Noble Interviewing Abdullah Abdur-Razzaq on The Last Year of Malcolm X in 1997

Source: Godvia: Like It is: Gil Noble Interviewing Abdullah Abdur-Razzaq on The Last Year of Malcolm X in 1997 The last year of Malcolm X was hell being under constant threat of death and having his own organization after him, … Continue reading

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The American Conservative: Opinion: Timothy S. Goglein: The Moynihan Report at 50

Source: The American Conservative: Opinion: Timothy S. Goglein: The Moynihan Report at 50 I believe the failure of the Great Society and where it comes up really short, is that it has essentially subsidized poverty in America. Not help people … Continue reading

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Liberty in Our Time: G. Edward Griffin: More Deadly Than War: The Communist Revolution in America: What Revolution?

Liberty in Our Time: G. Edward Griffin: More Deadly Than War: The Communist Revolution in America: What Revolution? Communists, at least self-described Communists have never had any real power in America. The only real movement they had in America that … Continue reading

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Keith Hughes: Video: The Dred Scott Decision Explained: US History Review

. The Dred Scott decision is one of the worst decisions in American history. The fact that African-Americans weren’t considered American citizens at the time, even if they lived in free states meaning that whether you were African, or Caucasian … Continue reading

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Radical Films: Let it Burn-Robert F. Williams: The Coming Destruction of The USA? 1968

  “Robert Franklin Williams, advocate of armed self-defense in the Civil Rights Movement, hunted by the FBI since fleeing Monroe, North Carolina in 1961, after years in exile in Cuba and China, is interviewed by Robert Carl Cohen in Dar … Continue reading

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AP Archive: Angela Davis- Radical on Trial

Source: AP Archive: Angela Davis- Radical on Trial Angela Davis should’ve never have been in jail, at least for what she was charged with here. Which was being involved in a Marin County court-house shootout in 1970. They had nothing on … Continue reading

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YouTube Movies: Malcolm X- 1972 Documentary

Source: YouTube Movies: Malcolm X- 1972 Documentary If it wasn’t for what Malcolm X fought for, for the African-American community as far as freedom and independence and trying to empower that entire community and free them from poverty, injustice and ignorance, … Continue reading

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Movie Clips: ‘Free Angela & All Political Prisoners (2012)’

Source:Movie Clips– from the documentary Free Angela, which is about New-Left political activist Angela Davis. “A documentary that chronicles the life of young college professor Angela Davis, and how her social activism implicates her in a botched kidnapping attempt that … Continue reading

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CBS News: Mike Wallace- 1964 Interview of Minister Malcolm X

“Malik Shabazz aka Malcolm X (1964) – Interviewed in his home on June 8, 1964 by Mike Wallace of CBS News. Aired the following day on CBS Morning News.” Source:CBS News Malcolm X made perhaps the most honest and truthful … Continue reading

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