Black Culture

I only have eyes for you – by the Flamingos

April 13, 20130 Comments

Beautiful song.

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Michael Jackson MTV Best Performance Complete Video

February 24, 20130 Comments

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Sexual Abuse in the Black Community

February 16, 20130 Comments

Predators in Our Midst – www.waronthehorizon.com

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Freddie Meeks, 83, Port Chicago Sailor Who Was Pardoned, Dies

August 21, 20120 Comments

July 17, 1944 The Port Chicago disaster occurred when an ammunition depot at Port Chicago, California exploded killing 320 men, including 202 African Americans assigned by the Navy to handle explosives. The resulting refusal of 258 African American men to return to the dangerous work became known as the Port Chicago Mutiny. 208 of the […]

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Port Chicago Mutiny: Clinton Pardons last survivor Freddie Meeks, 80

August 21, 20120 Comments

Fifty-five years after his conviction for mutiny during World War II for refusing to load munitions after an explosion that killed 320 people in Port Chicago, 79-year-old Freddie Meeks was pardoned Thursday by President Clinton. Meeks, who lives in Los Angeles, is believed to be one of just two surviving members of the all-black, 50-man crew of sailors who were […]

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Military Officers bet on lives of Blacks unloading nuclear munitions: Port Chicago Mutiny

August 21, 20120 Comments

An overwhelming explosion of thousands of tons of naval munitions blew up an American city killing hundreds in July 1944. With the help of many of the Contra Costa historical societies, local students put together a documentary of this tragic event. The video also touches on the racism that influenced this disaster. Port Chicago Mutiny […]

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Matthew Saad Muhammad on Art Fennell Reports

August 20, 20120 Comments

Art Fennell interviews former heavyweight great Matthew Saad Muhammad, spokesperson for RHD’s “Knock Out Homelessness” campaign to benefit organizations working to end homelessness in Philadelphia Matthew Saad Muhammad (born Maxwell Antonio Loach, June 16, 1954) is a former boxer who was the world’s light heavyweight champion. Saad Muhammad’s mother died when he was an infant,[1] and he and his elder […]

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John Baxter Taylor: First African-American Gold Medalist

August 20, 20120 Comments

John Baxter Taylor Jr. was a Veterinarian, born 11/3/83, in Washington DC, and was the first Black American to win an Olympic Gold Medal. After running the 3rd leg of the 400 meters, he won it the medal in track and field. Though he died at the tender age of 26, on 12/6/1908, only 5 months after setting […]

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Black US Soldiers in Australia Part 1 of 6

August 19, 20120 Comments

Part 1 of a 6 part Australian documentary about black soldiers during World War 2. You can buy the DVD of the whole documentary for A$38 from: http://preview.tinyurl.com/BSB-AUS There’s also a free “study guide” that you can download from the same site. Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6

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Trayvon Martin, White Denial and the Unacceptable Burden of Blackness in America

August 18, 20121 Comment

By Tim Wise March 21. 2012 By now, you probably know the shameful details, but they are worth repeating, in any event. On the evening of February 26, George Zimmerman, a self-appointed “neighborhood watch captain” in an Orlando suburb, shot and killed 17-year old Trayvon Martin. Because Martin was black. And no, don’t even think […]

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African-Americans: The Real Story Behind The Industrial Age, Blues, and Jazz

August 17, 20120 Comments

Blues & Jazz is music African-Americans used to tell the world of their pain & struggle. African-Americans also invented a lot agricultural, electrical, mechanical equipment, etc. that put America out front of other Western nations technology wise. Check out “The Real Story Behind The Industrial Age” and how African-Americans played a significant Role in it. […]

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Europeans trying to Steal Jazz music

August 17, 20120 Comments

Jazz was created by African Americans. Period. African-American music is an umbrella term given to a range of musics and musical genres emerging from or influenced by the culture of African Americans, who have long constituted a large and significant ethnic minority of the population of the United States. Many of their ancestors were originally brought to North America to work as enslaved people, bringing with them polyrhythmic songs from […]

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Whats going to happen to Black Culture

August 17, 20120 Comments

Will there be a culture left in the next 20 to 30 years? Brotha makes great points. Love Bantu Nation.

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Mwalimu K. Bomani Baruti: Akoben Institute

August 17, 20120 Comments

A lecture on “Negroes” from the book Negroes and Other Essays. People sense it. They can feel it in the air even though most cannot identify it or touch it. They know something is wrong, has been wrong, terribly wrong. But, whatever it is, it has run its course. It has returned home. For it has nowhere […]

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DR. UMAR ABDULLAH-JOHNSON: ON HIS LIFE, PHILOSOPHY, AND FUTURE

August 17, 20120 Comments

Dr. Umar Abdullah-Johnson, a passionate and committed Pan-Afrikan activist, reflects on his life and shares his perspectives on various political, psychological, and philosophical issues. This interview was conducted by Bro. Omar Imhotep on the morning of 1-28-12 subsequent to days of consistent speaking engagements by Dr. Johnson, and therefore perhaps captures a rare glimpse of […]

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Umar Abdulla Johnson: War on Black Boys

August 16, 20120 Comments

School psychologist, Mr. Umar Abdullah Johnson talks about the war on black boys.  

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Dr.Umar Abdullah Johnson- APPEAL TO THE 40 MILLION AFRICANS IN AMERICA

August 16, 20120 Comments

Dr. Johnson:  One of the biggest reasons, or ways, that desensitization has taken place is by way of the massive indoctrination of Black parents with the belief that the system has the best interest of their children at heart. Many black parents especially mothers find it difficult to understand that there is a psycho-academic war […]

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DR. UMAR Abdullah Johnson Exposes Obama and Many More

August 16, 20120 Comments

DR. UMAR Abdullah Johnson Exposes Obama and Many More!!! The illusion of inclusion.  We were the skilled laborers for hundreds of years in America. Trades were taken out of black schools about 30 years ago because the white unions gave the monopoly to white workers. Economic castration of black men. A must listen. Dr. Umar […]

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Hip Hop: Plan is to destroy our image, incarcerate & exterminate Black people

August 16, 20120 Comments

Dr.Umar Abdullah Johnson wnwr.com radio program http://truthperfected.blogspot.com Black reality.    

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LaVena Johnson’s murder

August 16, 20120 Comments

Demand investigation of Army’s cover-up of LaVena Johnson’s murder http://www.colorofchange.org/lavena/ LaVena Johnson was a 19 year old Private in the Army, serving in Iraq, when she was raped, murdered, and her body burned–by someone from her own military base. Despite overwhelming physical evidence, the Army suddenly called it a suicide and closed the case.1 For […]

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Miles Davis Music: Listen Now

August 16, 20120 Comments

Miles Davis – Mystery (HD)

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Quotes For Daily Use; As you Bang on the Beast.

August 15, 20120 Comments

“To argue with a man who has renounced the use and authority of reason, is like administering medicine to the dead.” — THOMAS PAINE. “I never make exceptions. An exception disproves the rule.” Sherlock Holmes America is false to the past, false to the present, and solemnly binds herself to be false to the future. Find out […]

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African Origins of Maths Dr Ron Eglash Pt1

August 14, 20120 Comments

Algebra, trigonometry, and fractal mathematics all originated in Africa. Today, Europeans are over there learning fractal mathematics and their related equations. They are bringing it back to our children, who, after such exposure, are excelling. A people separated from their language, customs, histories and culture must, by all common sense, be displaced from their destinies. Check […]

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How to Excel in School: Equalizer for Black Children & College Students

August 12, 20120 Comments

Khan Academy Watch. Practice. Learn almost anything for free! The equalizer for black children and college students. With over 3,300 videos on everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and hundreds of skills to practice, we’re on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace. The […]

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Learn to Play Gospel Piano, Organ, Drums, Guitar, or Sing by Ear

August 12, 20120 Comments

 1. Jermaine Griggs, 28, is a minister, musician, entrepreneur, and public speaker. Having grown   up in the inner city of Long Beach with just his mom and sister, he always envisioned life on the other side of the tracks. At the tender age of 16, he decided to focus on his passion and started Hear and Play […]

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GET A BARBER’S LICENSE LEARN HOW TO CUT HAIR

August 11, 20120 Comments

SHOULD BARBERS GET A BARBERS LICENSE OR NOT? LEARN HOW TO CUT A HOLLYWOOD HAIRCUT! ATLANTA’S #1 BARBER WITH OVER 23 YEARS OF BARBERING EXPERIENCE, BARBER ALEX CAMPBELL , IS GOING TO BE SHOWING YOU HOW TO CUT HAIR WITH SOME OF THE GREATEST TRICKS OF THE TRADE IN HIS INSTRUCTIONAL HAIR CARE DVD. ALEX […]

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Saggin’ pants: A conspiracy against Black men

August 11, 20120 Comments

The popular propaganda , that saggin’ began in jail, is a lie of white supremacists. The black community’s  first exposure  to sagging came from the music industry, showing black boys and men, on album covers, wearing their pants below their waistlines. The lie itself was that it began in prisons, where black men allegedly were […]

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What’s going on?

August 11, 20120 Comments

In this increasingly challenging world, Marvin Gaye’s song, ‘What’s goin’ on’, is just as relevant as in was in 1972, when this recording was made. Enjoy the scenes of our communities before the crack epidemic was engineered. Enjoy the indescribable spirit in the room as he serenades our people.  The same spirit was in the room when […]

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