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 0 Comment on Glen Ford: The James Brown of Black Radical Media
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Glen Ford: The James Brown of Black Radical Media

 0 Comment on Black Buying Power as Euphemism for Black Capitalism
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Black Buying Power as Euphemism for Black Capitalism

 0 Comment on Disaster Capitalism's Coming Use of The Lead Water Pipe Crisis
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Disaster Capitalism's Coming Use of The Lead Water Pipe Crisis

 0 Comment on Elections, Reparations and Beyonce: Class Politics in Black America
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Elections, Reparations and Beyonce: Class Politics in Black America

 2 Comments on Obama's Education Reversal is Sheer Political "Theater"
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Obama's Education Reversal is Sheer Political "Theater"

 1 Comment on 50 Years of Voting Rights! And…?
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50 Years of Voting Rights! And…?

 0 Comment on Marginalized Black Academics and A Call to Rally AGAINST The Congressional Black Caucus
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Marginalized Black Academics and A Call to Rally AGAINST The Congressional Black Caucus

 2 Comments on I Have a Dream vs. I Have a Drone: Dr. King v. Barack Obama
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I Have a Dream vs. I Have a Drone: Dr. King v. Barack Obama

 2 Comments on Defying the Tomb, Defying Illogic
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Defying the Tomb, Defying Illogic

 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

 2 Comments on The Corporate King Memorial and The Burial of a Movement
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The Corporate King Memorial and The Burial of a Movement

 0 Comment on Mass Media and African Sovereignty
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Mass Media and African Sovereignty

 0 Comment on Black August and Crises of Hip-Hop as Euphemism
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Black August and Crises of Hip-Hop as Euphemism

 0 Comment on Bradley {Chelsea} Manning, Political Imprisonment and the Myopia of the Left
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Bradley {Chelsea} Manning, Political Imprisonment and the Myopia of the Left

 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!

 1 Comment on The 4th of July, Hip-Hop and National “Inattentional Blindness”
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The 4th of July, Hip-Hop and National “Inattentional Blindness”