Year: 2011

 0 Comment on Afro-Colombia, Occupy the Hood and Ka’Ba!
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Afro-Colombia, Occupy the Hood and Ka’Ba!

 3 Comments on Frantz Fanon and Amos Wilson’s Blueprint for Decolonizing the African Mind
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Frantz Fanon and Amos Wilson’s Blueprint for Decolonizing the African Mind

 0 Comment on Pardon Us as We Move!
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Pardon Us as We Move!

 0 Comment on Russell Simmons Still Ain’t Hip-Hop and He Ain’t No Occupier Either!
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Russell Simmons Still Ain’t Hip-Hop and He Ain’t No Occupier Either!

 0 Comment on Keep DC Wal-Mart Free! Head-Roc ft. DJ Munch and Jared Ball
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Keep DC Wal-Mart Free! Head-Roc ft. DJ Munch and Jared Ball

 2 Comments on Memorials and Spectacles: The Anti-Dr. King Monument
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Memorials and Spectacles: The Anti-Dr. King Monument

 4 Comments on The Politics of Multiracialism in an Anti-Black World
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The Politics of Multiracialism in an Anti-Black World

 0 Comment on The Black Power Mixtape Remixes Black Power
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The Black Power Mixtape Remixes Black Power

 2 Comments on Defying the Tomb, Defying Illogic
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Defying the Tomb, Defying Illogic

 0 Comment on At Least Some Ministers Tell the TRUTH: Hip-Hop, Social Media and Revolutionary Politics
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At Least Some Ministers Tell the TRUTH: Hip-Hop, Social Media and Revolutionary Politics

 0 Comment on Book Review: I Mix What I Like: A Mixtape Manifesto by Jared Ball
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Book Review: I Mix What I Like: A Mixtape Manifesto by Jared Ball

 2 Comments on The Corporate King Memorial and The Burial of a Movement
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The Corporate King Memorial and The Burial of a Movement

 0 Comment on Mass Media and African Sovereignty
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Mass Media and African Sovereignty

 2 Comments on Beaten Rhymes and Strife: The Instinctive Travels of A Tribe Called Colonized
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Beaten Rhymes and Strife: The Instinctive Travels of A Tribe Called Colonized

 0 Comment on Black August and Crises of Hip-Hop as Euphemism
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Black August and Crises of Hip-Hop as Euphemism

 0 Comment on Dr. Ronald Walters: Africana @ 40 (Part One)
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Dr. Ronald Walters: Africana @ 40 (Part One)

 0 Comment on Porn and Mail: New Media, Same Old Sh!t
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Porn and Mail: New Media, Same Old Sh!t

 0 Comment on Bradley {Chelsea} Manning, Political Imprisonment and the Myopia of the Left
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Bradley {Chelsea} Manning, Political Imprisonment and the Myopia of the Left

 0 Comment on The Music Industry Reloads: It’s Not Dead Because We Didn’t Kill It!
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The Music Industry Reloads: It’s Not Dead Because We Didn’t Kill It!

 1 Comment on The 4th of July, Hip-Hop and National “Inattentional Blindness”
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The 4th of July, Hip-Hop and National “Inattentional Blindness”

 0 Comment on The Revolution will not be Televised-it will be Remixed! Hip Hop Colonialism versus Emancipatory (Mixtape) Journalism a Review by Lawrence Grandpre
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The Revolution will not be Televised-it will be Remixed! Hip Hop Colonialism versus Emancipatory (Mixtape) Journalism a Review by Lawrence Grandpre

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I Mix What I Like! A Mixtape Manifesto (NOW FREE!)

 0 Comment on NPR and Payola
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NPR and Payola

 0 Comment on Kola Boof, Senfo Tonkam and The Politics of Pan-Africanism
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Kola Boof, Senfo Tonkam and The Politics of Pan-Africanism

 4 Comments on The Rap Music Mixtape as “National” and “Dissident” Communication
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The Rap Music Mixtape as “National” and “Dissident” Communication

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iMWiL! Mixtape Radio & Podcasts

 0 Comment on Marshall Law: Political Imprisonment and Modern-Day Slavery w Marshall “Eddie” Conway and Dominque Stevenson
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Marshall Law: Political Imprisonment and Modern-Day Slavery w Marshall “Eddie” Conway and Dominque Stevenson

 0 Comment on Malcolm X: Who Was the Man Behind the Legend?
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Malcolm X: Who Was the Man Behind the Legend?

 0 Comment on Marable’s Malcolm X: A Eulogy of Revolution as an Idea
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Marable’s Malcolm X: A Eulogy of Revolution as an Idea

 0 Comment on Marable’s Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention or the Reinvention of a Life?
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Marable’s Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention or the Reinvention of a Life?