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History could pass for a scarlet text, its jot and title graven red in human blood. – Eldridge Cleaver http://dlvr.it/KhnrkP


Black Panther: A News Reel Video

Today’s blog was written by Dr. Tina L. Ligon, Lead Archivist at the National Archives at College Park, Maryland

The ideology of Black Power promotes cultural appreciation and black self-determination. 278 more words

Tina L. Ligon

The Unhappy Wanderer

On the corner of Robert E Lee Avenue and Malcolm X Boulevard, I pick up a hitchhiker — there’s a knapsack on his back — he’s unwashed, emaciated, Whitmanesque in a Johnny Winter sort of way, somewhere between the ages of 40 and 65. 413 more words


Quotes 1/30/16

Happy Saturday!! Hope you are having a great weekend!!

Too much agreement kills a chat.

Eldridge Cleaver

A Quote A Day

Bill Cosby The Quintessential And Prototypical Black Serial Rapist of White Women

This post is dedicated to Bill Bunting who said…

“Ummm…any woman raped by Russell Means or Bill Cosby should be grateful… I mean these are real men who should be able to take what they want from any woman they please… If she was a real woman she would be begging for more”- 3,225 more words


Richard Boyden reblogged this on richardboydenreport and commented:

Feral Black Beast and Serial Rapist needs to be hung by the neck until DEAD! Spirit murdering of women animal that deserves no mercy in the realms of time and for sure...will burn in the LAKE upon arrival which is not soon enough for this sub human!

“Your either part of the solution or you're part of the problem.” Eldridge Cleaver.

It is nonsense Friday today, our day to be silly, and even sillier with each other!
This was brought about as soon as we woke up, that meant tickles until she could not breath, followed by the zombie walk (Hotel Transylvania) walk to the breakfast table. 366 more words



 Greetings again from the darkness. Black lives matter. We hear the phrase frequently these days, and director Stanley Nelson (Freedom Summer) takes us back 49 years to the beginning of the Black Panther Party, and then walks us through the rise and fall. 477 more words