The George Jackson Tribute Mixtape

We’ll start our Black August celebration a little early this year by re-posting our 2006 George Jackson FreeMix Radio Mixtape.  This mixtape features DC-area artists and activists reading portions of Jackson’s work and a bunch of good music from folks like Public Enemy, Dead Prez, Blitz, Hasan Salaam, Asheru, Head-Roc, Black United Front, Wise Intelligent, Immortal Technique, Mos Def, Lil’ Wayne, RZA, Ghostface Killah, and many more.  We also borrowed of few minutes from the classic Freedom Archives audio documentary Prisons on Fire: George Jackson, Attica and Black Liberation and a Bay Area television documentary (below) Day of the Gun.  And click here for our other Black August related posts!

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We Want Black Power w The Killer Bs and Freestylin' w Elena Romero

In this edition of the Killer Bs podcast / Super Funky Soul Power Hour we had with us Drs. Todd Steven Burroughs and Quito Swan for another look at the battle over defining the Black Power Movement and so-called “Black Power Studies.”  We also were joined by Elena Romero for a discussion of her new book Freestylin’: How Hip-Hop Changed the Fashion Industry.


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Requiem for a Timekeeper: Dr. Greg Carr on the Life and History of Dr. John Henrik Clarke

This is truly a brilliant presentation given by Dr. Greg Carr on the life, history and political/cultural “genealogy” of Dr. John Henrik Clarke at the 1998 (November) gathering of the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilization (ASCAC) at the International House in Philadelphia, PA.


Dr. John Henrik Clarke On Freedomways w Dr. Todd Burroughs


This is a classic interview from 1996 conducted by Dr. Todd Steven Burroughs with Dr. John Henrik Clarke about Clarke’s work and struggles with Freedomways journal.


The Super Funky Soul Power Hour F*!K The George Zimmerman Verdict Trayvon Martin Mega Mix

In this special Super Funky Soul Power Hour F*!K The George Zimmerman Verdict Trayvon Martin Mega Mix we hear thoughts from Mumia Abu-Jamal, Drs. Frances Cress-Welsing, Marimba Ani, Todd Burroughs, Quito Swan and Chris Tinson, Rosa Clemente, Aura Bogado, Jasiri X, Wise Intelligent, Dr. John Henrik Clarke, Pharoahe Monch, Skipp Coon, Dead Prez and more…  

The Super Funky Soul Power Hour airs Fridays 11a-12p (EST) on Washington, DC’s WPFW 89.3FM WPFW.ORG


Revolutionaries Never Die! The Mixtape, Discussion and Politics

Ruff Mic of Precise Science joined us to talk about their new Tubman City Sound Lounj event and the cultural politics it involves.  We also had Dr. Hate back in studio to talk about this, Trayvon Martin and more.  Among other gems from Wise Intelligent and Yasiin Bey we also rocked some of this dope mixtape from DJ Sese of True Skool Radio: Revolutionaries Never Die (The Political Prisoners mixtape).

* We mentioned Jamil Al-Amin/H. Rap Brown but should have included something on his current status as a political prisoner.



Paul Robeson, Jr.: State Repression of Paul Robeson

Paul Robeson, Jr. spoke at this symposium on The Counter Intelligence Program arranged by former Green Party presidential nominee Cynthia McKinney. September 22, 2005.


Dr. Frank Wilderson on Nelson Mandela, South Africa and Afro-Pessimism

This edition of The Killer Bs IMIXWHATILIKE.ORG podcast features our discussion today with Dr. Frank B. Wilderson, author, scholar, and former member of the African National Congress and Umkhonto we Sizwe.

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What Ever Happened to Hip Hop (Documentary)

Published on Dec 15, 2012
Documentary from Sonali Aggarwal: Starring Afrika Bambaataa, KRS-ONE, Busy Bee, Kool Keith, MC Lyte, Slick Rick, Jean Grae, Gemini and other notable people being part of the Hip Hop


Revolutionary Politics and Remembrance

This week we quickly tried to correct the record regarding the move of WPFW to Clear Channel studios, then we spoke with Dr. Sundiata Cha-Jua about the deaths of Dr. Robert Chrisman and author Chinua Achebe and the former’s work with The Black Scholar journal.  We then spent the rest of the program with Dr. Frank Wilderson about his work in Azania/South Africa, the anti-Black world and staying focused revolutionary politics.

March 22, 2013

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