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 0 Comment on Book Review: The Prologue, The Prototype, The O.G. Hater
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Book Review: The Prologue, The Prototype, The O.G. Hater

 0 Comment on Book Review: The Mouthpiece: Nkechi Taifa Bares Her Soul, Scars and Hopes
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Book Review: The Mouthpiece: Nkechi Taifa Bares Her Soul, Scars and Hopes

 11 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)

 3 Comments on Newark’s Black-Powered Engineer: Kenneth Gibson (1932-2019)
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Newark’s Black-Powered Engineer: Kenneth Gibson (1932-2019)

 2 Comments on Book Review: A Black Radical Intellectual Hero Writes, And Scholars Rescue, A Victory-Tinged History
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Book Review: A Black Radical Intellectual Hero Writes, And Scholars Rescue, A Victory-Tinged History

 3 Comments on BOOK REVIEW: New Mumia Abu-Jamal Book A Decolonizing House of Common Sense and Proper Propaganda About G*d$#mn America
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BOOK REVIEW: New Mumia Abu-Jamal Book A Decolonizing House of Common Sense and Proper Propaganda About G*d$#mn America

 1 Comment on Remembering The Politics of Dr. King
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Remembering The Politics of Dr. King

 0 Comment on The Price of the Ticket: How Much Does it Cost to See Ourselves?
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The Price of the Ticket: How Much Does it Cost to See Ourselves?

 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”

 0 Comment on Afro-Latina Women Warriors w Yvette Modestin
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Afro-Latina Women Warriors w Yvette Modestin

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The Evangelists of Social Media