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Chinua Achebe Things Fall Apart Radical Author

 Chinua Achebe Things Fall Apart Radical Author The great Nigerian author, Chinua Achebe wrote a classic and literary powerful book that told a story of colonialism in a light that was not seen or heard of prior to. Caucasian European historians had dominated the field in telling the story of Africa from their isolated […]

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Black Radicals

Marcus Garvey and the Powerful Black Nation

 Marcus Garvey and the Powerful Black Nation Marcus Garvey had the desire to create a nation for the American Negro or black person. Along with uniting black Caribbeans and South Americans with their native African brothers and sisters. Garvey attempted some pretty big goals even by today’s standards. Fellow black Americans often called him […]

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Black Panther

Huey Newton a Black Panther Great

Huey Newton a Black Panther Great Huey Newton and the Black Panther party were very vocal, impactful, and popular political party. They participated strongly in communities helping oppressed people, mainly African Americans who have been grossly oppressed in the very country of their own nativity. In the video above, Huey spoke on helping a member […]

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Black Power

Get the Unconscious Conscious of Their Unconscious Behavior

Get the Unconscious Conscious of Their Unconscious Behavior “Our task is not to teach the unconscious to become conscious but to make the unconscious, conscious of their unconscious behavior.” It’s vital because “the unconscious” is automatically and instinctively seeking freedom, which cannot be attained in an unconscious state! The unconscious reacts on instinct; while the […]

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Black Power

The Dawn of Black Power in America

The Dawn of Black Power in America In 1969, 26 Panthers were killed by the FBI, paralyzing and even killing the Black Panther movement and political group. Seven-hundred and fifty (750) Panthers were imprisoned or jailed… the organization was systematically destroyed. The difference between the civil rights movement and the black power movement; the civil […]

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