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 0 Comment on Branding Power & Unpopularity
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Branding Power & Unpopularity

 0 Comment on Police Brutality is a Politically Protected Reality
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Police Brutality is a Politically Protected Reality

 0 Comment on Here’s What You Need to Know About Ben Carson’s Plan to Have His Black Card Permanently Revoked
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Here’s What You Need to Know About Ben Carson’s Plan to Have His Black Card Permanently Revoked

 1 Comment on Trevor Noah as Multiracial Media Case Study
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Trevor Noah as Multiracial Media Case Study

 8 Comments on The Unlucky 13th: Liberalizing the Extreme
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The Unlucky 13th: Liberalizing the Extreme

 0 Comment on Malcolm X and Resuscitated Reinventions
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Malcolm X and Resuscitated Reinventions

 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 I've Fucked Up Like (Killer) Mike
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I've Fucked Up Like (Killer) Mike

 0 Comment on Criminalizing The Black Panther Party
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Criminalizing The Black Panther Party

 0 Comment on Mumia in the Crosshairs: Stop Efforts to Murder him by Medical Neglect
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Mumia in the Crosshairs: Stop Efforts to Murder him by Medical Neglect

 5 Comments on For Hip-Hop: Amiri Baraka and Black Radical Art
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For Hip-Hop: Amiri Baraka and Black Radical Art

 0 Comment on #OperationShutdown and Drawing Political Lines by Dhoruba bin-Wahad
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#OperationShutdown and Drawing Political Lines by Dhoruba bin-Wahad

 5 Comments on Stealth History and Black Gatekeepers
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Stealth History and Black Gatekeepers

 0 Comment on Et tu Michael Eric Dyson? Fraternizing with the Devil
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Et tu Michael Eric Dyson? Fraternizing with the Devil

 0 Comment on We Cannot Live by Bread Alone: Texas Abuses Prisoners with Denied Food and Bread and Water Diets By Kevin “Rashid” Johnson
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We Cannot Live by Bread Alone: Texas Abuses Prisoners with Denied Food and Bread and Water Diets By Kevin “Rashid” Johnson

 1 Comment on Future Focus by Jalil A. Muntaqim: A Movement Veteran and POW Speaks to Young Activists
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Future Focus by Jalil A. Muntaqim: A Movement Veteran and POW Speaks to Young Activists

 0 Comment on Amiri Baraka’s Son Becomes Mayor of Newark, New Jersey By Earning It
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Amiri Baraka’s Son Becomes Mayor of Newark, New Jersey By Earning It

 0 Comment on Ras Baraka, Son of Famed Poet Amiri Baraka, Fights a Historic Tide in Newark Mayoral Race
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Ras Baraka, Son of Famed Poet Amiri Baraka, Fights a Historic Tide in Newark Mayoral Race

 0 Comment on Hip-Hop Against the World!
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Hip-Hop Against the World!

 0 Comment on Defying the Tomb, Defying Illogic
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Defying the Tomb, Defying Illogic

 0 Comment on When Revelations Really Aren’t That Revelatory: Dr. King and Human Rights Struggle
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When Revelations Really Aren’t That Revelatory: Dr. King and Human Rights Struggle

 0 Comment on “The Most Visible Mulattoes”: Drake and Obama Match Hip-Hop and Politics
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“The Most Visible Mulattoes”: Drake and Obama Match Hip-Hop and Politics

 14 Comments on Assata Shakur, Excluding the Nightmare After the Dream by Dhoruba bin-Wahad
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Assata Shakur, Excluding the Nightmare After the Dream by Dhoruba bin-Wahad

 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