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Centering the African Collective: Lessons To Learn from Umar Johnson and Roland Martin

The exchange recently between Umar Johnson and Roland Martin exposed further many issues related to the breadth and depth of …

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Articles, Broadcasts, iMWiL!, Media Criticism, The Myth of Black "Buying Power", Videos

The Myth of Black Buying Power

Written, compiled and curated by Jared Ball for imixwhatilike.org myth miTH/ a widely held but false belief or idea. Myth …
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The Story of Kamau Sadiki, Assata Shakur and the Black Liberation Army

Dhoruba bin-Wahad, formerly of the Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army, also a former political prisoner as part of …
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The Collective Meaning of Chokwe Lumumba, Jackson and Electoral Politics

Kamau Franklin, veteran organizer and current social and political editor at Atlanta Black Star joined us to discuss the recent …
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Tef Poe on Power, Politics and Performers

Artist and activist Tef Poe joined us to discuss Ferguson, music, the state of activism and more.

Features

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The Super Funky Soul Power Hour for November 1, 2013

This week’s edition of The Super Funky Soul Power Hour featured our interviews with Mr. Tom Porter and Jamil Muhammad …
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Fight Club Radio: Should The Super Funky Soul Power Hour Survive 2014?

Fight Club Radio returns with another fight! “Should The Super Funky Soul Power Hour Survive 2014 on WPFW 89.3 FM …
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More Lessons and History from the 30th Anniversary of the Bombing of MOVE

The iMiXWHATiLiKE crew Jared Ball and Bashi Rose with Esi Ramu and Todd Steven Burroughs conclude their coverage of the MOVE 30th Anniversary bombing at the hands of Philadelphia authorities.

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"... you have to be willing to subject to the rapier knife of revolutionary criticism if you are serious about creating a revolution." – Safiya Bukhari

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Malcolm X, Spirituality, Propaganda and War

Part One: Drs. Todd Steven Burroughs and Mark Bolden / Hosted by Haki Shakur Ammi Discussing Malcolm X Posted by …

Closest Ears to the Street – Episode 2!

In this edition Sisa talks Alicia Keys, #BlackGirlMagic, Black History Month, Sovereignty the Board Game and Women's History Month

Closest Ears to the Street / Episode 1 / Pilot

Featuring host, producer and researcher Sisa this new project is a news, politics and entertainment show by and for young people. In this, episode 1 (pilot), Sisa covers her namesake, Bartolina Sisa and Indigenous Women's Day, interviews Marley Ball and talks about dj sensation Dj Kool Flash.

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