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 0 Comment on The Black Arts Movement w Bashi Rose
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The Black Arts Movement w Bashi Rose

 1 Comment on The Politics of Gun Control, Racial Profiling and fear of Black Self-Defense
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The Politics of Gun Control, Racial Profiling and fear of Black Self-Defense

 6 Comments on The Films and Houses of Fred Hampton with Fred Hampton, Jr.
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The Films and Houses of Fred Hampton with Fred Hampton, Jr.

 2 Comments on Jamal Joseph and the Black Panther Letter to Black Celebrities
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Jamal Joseph and the Black Panther Letter to Black Celebrities

 12 Comments on An Open Letter from Original Black Panther Party Members to Black (Hip-Hop) Artists Who Have an Interest in Our Community (T.I., KILLER MIKE, CARDI B, KANYE WEST, BEYONCE’, JAY-Z, P-DIDDY, LUDACRIS, 50-CENT, and others)
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An Open Letter from Original Black Panther Party Members to Black (Hip-Hop) Artists Who Have an Interest in Our Community (T.I., KILLER MIKE, CARDI B, KANYE WEST, BEYONCE’, JAY-Z, P-DIDDY, LUDACRIS, 50-CENT, and others)

 0 Comment on In Search of Black Power: The #MOBP Discussion
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In Search of Black Power: The #MOBP Discussion

 3 Comments on Hate Harder Vol.1 – The Mixtape (10th Anniversary Reissue!)
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Hate Harder Vol.1 – The Mixtape (10th Anniversary Reissue!)

 0 Comment on Free Dr. Mutulu Shakur and All Political Prisoners!
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Free Dr. Mutulu Shakur and All Political Prisoners!

 2 Comments on #WeChargeColonialism: Internal, Domestic, 21st Century
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#WeChargeColonialism: Internal, Domestic, 21st Century

 13 Comments on ADOS: Condo Kneegrows. A Black Revolutionary Response
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ADOS: Condo Kneegrows. A Black Revolutionary Response

 2 Comments on Zimbabwe and African Liberation Day
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Zimbabwe and African Liberation Day

 3 Comments on Hoyt Fuller and the Architects of the Black Arts Movement
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Hoyt Fuller and the Architects of the Black Arts Movement

 1 Comment on That Time Rutgers-Newark Black Students Took Over Conklin Hall 50 Years Ago, Renaming It “Liberation Hall”
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That Time Rutgers-Newark Black Students Took Over Conklin Hall 50 Years Ago, Renaming It “Liberation Hall”

 9 Comments on A Lie of Reinvention: Correcting Manning Marable’s Malcolm X
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A Lie of Reinvention: Correcting Manning Marable’s Malcolm X

 4 Comments on Defining Phenomena: Propaganda, Power and the Black Panther Party
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Defining Phenomena: Propaganda, Power and the Black Panther Party

 1 Comment on International Symposium All Power to the People!
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International Symposium All Power to the People!

 3 Comments on Academics In Cars #6: Mr. Thomas Porter talks Political Struggle and Pop Histories
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Academics In Cars #6: Mr. Thomas Porter talks Political Struggle and Pop Histories

 2 Comments on A THANK-YOU CARD TO ABENA WALKER AND ASKIA MUHAMMAD (A Book Review In Poem Form)
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A THANK-YOU CARD TO ABENA WALKER AND ASKIA MUHAMMAD (A Book Review In Poem Form)

 1 Comment on Black Power and Its Discontents
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Black Power and Its Discontents

 4 Comments on Stokely: A Review of ‘Our Premier Interpreter’ of Black Power Studies
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Stokely: A Review of ‘Our Premier Interpreter’ of Black Power Studies

 0 Comment on The 50th Anniversary of the Call for Black Power
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The 50th Anniversary of the Call for Black Power

 0 Comment on Black Power Remembered with Ms. Dorie Ladner
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Black Power Remembered with Ms. Dorie Ladner

 0 Comment on The 50th Anniversary of Black Power: From Kwame Ture to Rosa Clemente, The Vote and an Appeal to the Green Party
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The 50th Anniversary of Black Power: From Kwame Ture to Rosa Clemente, The Vote and an Appeal to the Green Party

 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