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The Trayvon 2, Rebel Diaz and Claude Marks of the Freedom Archives

Today we looked at radical art, hip-hop and political activism by talking with Rod Starz of Rebel Diaz, Hannibal Abdul-Shakur of The Trayvon 2 and…

Radical Politics, Prisoners and Culture w Dead Prez, Dhoruba bin-Wahad, Claude Marks, Head-Roc, Doc Hate

This was another great edition of iMiXWHATiLiKE! We had M1 of Dead Prez, Head-Roc, Dr. Hate, Claude Marks of the Freedom Archives and Dhoruba bin-Wahad…

An Introductory Critical Media Literacy (Video) Mixtape

The iMWiL! Introductory Critical Media Literacy (Video) Mixtape features interviews with Janine Jackson, Kali Akuno, Joy James, Claude Marks, Safiya Umoja Noble, Morgan Maxwell, music from…

Free the The Cuban 5, Marshall “Eddie” Conway and All Political Prisoners!

Claude Marks of the Freedom Archives and “The Mayor of DC Hip-Hop” Head-Roc joined us this week to discuss this weekend’s upcoming events in support of The Cuban 5, Marshall “Eddie” Conway and…

Dr. King Commemorated: COINTELPRO and the 45th Anniversary of the Assassination of Dr. King

Activists and scholars gathered April 4, 2013 to commemorate the 45th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  The event’s focus was the…

Book Review: Inside Negro Pan-African Intellectual Kingdoms Of Shifting Sands

Race News: Black Journalists and the Fight for Racial Justice in the Twentieth Century. Fred Carroll. University of Illinois Press, 278 pp., $27.95.    …

George Jackson: Releasing The Dragon (A Video Mixtape)

Bashi Rose and Jared Ball, part of the imixwhatilike crew, have created this video mixtape commemoration to the life and politics of George Jackson. With original music and arrangements from jazz drummer Billy Kilson, Tim Hicks of the Cornel West Theory, Hec Dolo, Andre McKnight, Jake Freeman, and Bashi Rose and readings, commentary and performances by David Johnson (former comrade), Umar bin Hasan, Maisi and Marley Ball, Bali and Conal Rose, Tallulah Gabriel, Rebel Diaz, K. Amori, Son of Nun, Slangston Hughes, Eddie Conway, Norman Jackson, Bilal Rahman, Laini Mataka, Tim Hicks and Falani Spivey.