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New Film Revisits the 1983 US Invasion of Grenada


By Diamond 12:27 pm March 13, 2015 The 1983 United States invasion of the small Caribbean island of Grenada won’t be forgotten if filmmaker Damani Baker has anything to do with it. Baker was nine years-old when his mother moved him and his sister to Grenada during the nation’s revolution. His film, The House on […]

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VIDEO: New Documentary Chronicles Life and Work of Mumia Abu-Jamal

Long Distance Revolutionary: A Journey with Mumia Abu-Jamal chronicles the life and work of the famed journalist and activist. Check out a clip from the film, and an interview with the director, at BlackYouthProject.com!

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Fidel Castro Rumored to Have Suffered Stroke; Is Facing Death

A Venezuelan doctor named Jose Rafiel Marquina had told the media that Castro suffered a massive stroke and is in a vegetative state .However, his account is unconfirmed, and the Cuban government denies the story.

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Rhythm, Blue, Social Disorder

By Keantre Malone 6:08 pm September 25, 2012 httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3cFVlKO8gA&feature=fvst The conscious humyn evaluates and integrates various influences of  style regardless of race, gender or and social divisions. If “male” has a significance, you could receive the conscious male and his personality as influenced by Sade or Nina Simone. He, or better the humyn, could express […]

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The Digital Age and Social Change

By Keantre Malone 2:00 pm May 15, 2012 Humyns are the type of beings that always must be in the mood. Anything that can manipulate our emotions provides us with resources to do what must be done. Even our leisure time comes from our activities; perhaps smoking outside on a nice afternoon is our picture […]

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Black History Spotlight: ASSATA SHAKUR


Assata Shakur fought for justice and freedom as a member of the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Movement, before being falsely accused of murder and sentenced to life in prison. Assata escaped from prison on November 2nd, 1979 and eventually found her way to Cuba. She is a true revolutionary.

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Hip Hop Is ‘Mixtape of the Revolution’ in Africa and the Middle East

Hip Hop has had a massive influence on the waves of revolutions and protests across the Middle East and Africa. Rappers have become highly influential spokespeople for a generation of youth disillusioned, giving a voice to the voiceless. What is behind Hip Hop’s global appeal?

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Happy Holidays 2011 to Emmett Till From the Cotton Rebel Era

By Keantre Malone 12:59 pm December 27, 2011 In the midst of my mindless consumption yesterday, I found the infamous Emmett Till on a clothing rack! Leaders 1354, Chicago’s local boutique that serves Hip-Hop hipsters, was selling the last of its Enstrumental feature. Ensturmental produced a shirt called, “The Revenge of Emmett Till”, this season, that […]

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