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 0 Comment on Surveillance Literacy: The Internet and Black Death
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Surveillance Literacy: The Internet and Black Death

 1 Comment on Technology, the Internet, and Race: Tools for Liberation or Oppression?
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Technology, the Internet, and Race: Tools for Liberation or Oppression?

 0 Comment on The Impact of an Unfree Internet on the World’s Majority with Joe Torres
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The Impact of an Unfree Internet on the World’s Majority with Joe Torres

 0 Comment on The Titans of Technology: The Internet, Radio and Our Newton’s Laws
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The Titans of Technology: The Internet, Radio and Our Newton’s Laws

 5 Comments on ReMiX What i Like! A Fresh Look at iMWiL! w DaveyD
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ReMiX What i Like! A Fresh Look at iMWiL! w DaveyD

 6 Comments on Degrees of Propaganda: The University and Public Opinion
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Degrees of Propaganda: The University and Public Opinion

 1 Comment on Florida Warden Retaliates For Article Publicizing Prison Abuses, Slave Labor and Prisoner Protest (2018)
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Florida Warden Retaliates For Article Publicizing Prison Abuses, Slave Labor and Prisoner Protest (2018)

 2 Comments on Image Weaponry and The Cuban Example
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Image Weaponry and The Cuban Example

 1 Comment on The Meaning and Fight for Net Neutrality
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The Meaning and Fight for Net Neutrality

 0 Comment on Black August and The Millions for Prisoners March
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Black August and The Millions for Prisoners March

 1 Comment on A Not Review of Nobody Speak, Ashley Madison and Do Not Resist
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A Not Review of Nobody Speak, Ashley Madison and Do Not Resist

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 0 Comment on Media Coverage and the Political Economy of Black Death
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Media Coverage and the Political Economy of Black Death

 0 Comment on Hipocresia! A Revolutionary Perspective On and Castro's Response To Obama's Visit to Cuba
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Hipocresia! A Revolutionary Perspective On and Castro's Response To Obama's Visit to Cuba

 1 Comment on A Revolutionary Diaspora: From Black Power in the Pacific to Cape Verde, Sengal and Beyond!
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A Revolutionary Diaspora: From Black Power in the Pacific to Cape Verde, Sengal and Beyond!

 6 Comments on BaKongo Concepts of Health: A Tribute to Tata K.K. Bunseki Fu-Kiau by w Dr. Mark Bolden
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BaKongo Concepts of Health: A Tribute to Tata K.K. Bunseki Fu-Kiau by w Dr. Mark Bolden

 0 Comment on Malkia Cyril On Net Neutrality
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Malkia Cyril On Net Neutrality

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 0 Comment on Freedom Journalism and the Black Public Sphere in an Age of “Networked Authoritarianism”
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Freedom Journalism and the Black Public Sphere in an Age of “Networked Authoritarianism”

 2 Comments on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. v. Barack Obama
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. v. Barack Obama

 0 Comment on Hip-Hop Nation: Mixtape Revolution? A Review of I MIX WHAT I LIKE! A MIXTAPE MANIFESTO
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Hip-Hop Nation: Mixtape Revolution? A Review of I MIX WHAT I LIKE! A MIXTAPE MANIFESTO

 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

 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 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!

 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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The Evangelists of Social Media