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 1 Comment on Pan-Africanism, The Akan, and the Debate Over Kwame Nkrumah’s Ghana w Dr. Kwasi Konadu
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Pan-Africanism, The Akan, and the Debate Over Kwame Nkrumah’s Ghana w Dr. Kwasi Konadu

 0 Comment on Media, Music, and Memory w/ Dr. Jared Ball
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Media, Music, and Memory w/ Dr. Jared Ball

 3 Comments on “Don’t Mourn, Organize!” Defining Phenomena (Fascism) with Dhoruba Bin Wahad
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“Don’t Mourn, Organize!” Defining Phenomena (Fascism) with Dhoruba Bin Wahad

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

 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 Tommy Curry and The Man [Still] Not!
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Tommy Curry and The Man [Still] Not!

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

 3 Comments on Curriculum Wars and the Heroification of White Supremacy
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Curriculum Wars and the Heroification of White Supremacy

 6 Comments on Zionism and Black Radical Internationalism
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Zionism and Black Radical Internationalism

 1 Comment on Book Review: The African, The European, And The Underground Whispers That Spurred Revolution
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Book Review: The African, The European, And The Underground Whispers That Spurred Revolution

 0 Comment on Book Review: Malcolm X: History Is Best Qualified
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Book Review: Malcolm X: History Is Best Qualified

 5 Comments on It’s Bigger Than Kanye: Hats, Hugs and Colonial Relations
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It’s Bigger Than Kanye: Hats, Hugs and Colonial Relations

 2 Comments on Jah Kingdom with Dr. Monique Bedasse
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Jah Kingdom with Dr. Monique Bedasse

 1 Comment on Decolonizing Dialectics with George Ciccariello-Maher
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Decolonizing Dialectics with George Ciccariello-Maher

 1 Comment on Colonialism, Propaganda and the Myth of Black ‘Buying Power’
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Colonialism, Propaganda and the Myth of Black ‘Buying Power’

 0 Comment on National Mythologies: The 4th, Buying Power and Progress
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National Mythologies: The 4th, Buying Power and Progress

 17 Comments on George Jackson: Releasing The Dragon
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George Jackson: Releasing The Dragon

 1 Comment on Frantz Fanon and Lessons From A Not So Dying Colonialism
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Frantz Fanon and Lessons From A Not So Dying Colonialism

 0 Comment on The Politics of African-centered and Socialist Approaches to Liberation
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The Politics of African-centered and Socialist Approaches to Liberation

 4 Comments on Dr. King, Tupac and “Je Suis White Supremacist”
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Dr. King, Tupac and “Je Suis White Supremacist”

 0 Comment on Communicating Liberation: A Talk with I Mix What I like’s Jared A. Ball by Vitamin D
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Communicating Liberation: A Talk with I Mix What I like’s Jared A. Ball by Vitamin D

 4 Comments on Colonialism, Media and Psychological Warfare
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Colonialism, Media and Psychological Warfare

 0 Comment on African Independence and Media w Dr. Tukufu Zuberi
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African Independence and Media w Dr. Tukufu Zuberi

 0 Comment on Capitalism: Racial and Social Justice Orientation @ CUNY Law School
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Capitalism: Racial and Social Justice Orientation @ CUNY Law School

 0 Comment on Which Way to Free!?! Radical Hip-Hop Theory and Practice w Xan West and Stephen Ferguson
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Which Way to Free!?! Radical Hip-Hop Theory and Practice w Xan West and Stephen Ferguson

 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 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

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I Mix What I Like! A Mixtape Manifesto (NOW FREE!)

 0 Comment on NPR and Payola
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NPR and Payola

 0 Comment on Drawing Some Political Lines: Ideology in Hip-Hop
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Drawing Some Political Lines: Ideology in Hip-Hop