1. MICHELE WALLACE THE BLACK MACHO AND THE MYTH OF THE SUPERWOMAN REVOLUTION

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    Michele Wallace Black macho and The Myth of the Superwoman: Looking back with MICHEL WALLACE’S brilliant book “Black Macho and the Myth of the Superwoman.” who you are will be revealed in this fascinating book. http://www.mpalacioart.com/the-black-mans-revolution/

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    • BLACK INDEPENDENCE DAY

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      Video promoting the BIGGEST event in Black History. Black Independence Day on which the masses of Black people in America will gather to occupy Detroit (Highland Park) and declare INDEPENDENCE

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      • DR. TABITHA CHESTER ON THE DISCOMFORT OF MALCOLM X & LANGSTON HUGHES GAY RUMORS

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        Dr. Tabitha Chester of Denison University explains how the African American community is comfortable with Malcolm X's past as a criminal but not as much with the rumors of a possible gay past. She appeared on the Escapism podcast hosted by Gezus Zaire to discuss of gender identity and other sexual political topics.

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        • Pop Culture Politics

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          From pop culture to social media Millennials debate on: Pop culture appropriation from Katy Perry to Nikki Minaj! Where is the line drawn when determining who is responsible for the pop culture propaganda that consumes us? Why do people not care about shit, the issues related to pop culture propaganda, until it directly effects us. Attacked on social media for having an opinions. the inequality in pop culture and what young women have to do to sell records. Remember when the multi lingual coco cola T.V. commercial aired during the super bowl and the uproar and out lash on social media As the debate delves into how Millennials perceive the ins and out of the coca cola commercial we wonder if everybody should have to speak English when they come to the USA. The debate sparks some pretty unnerving answers. copyright © 2015 Om Boogie. All Rights Reserved

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          • KOROVA FACES

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            É com muito orgulho que lançamos a FACES, nossa nova coleção de camisetas. A FACES é uma homenagem da Korova a 6 pessoas incríveis; entre eles, artistas, ativistas políticos, homens e mulheres que conquistaram a nossa admiração e o nosso respeito. Então, com vocês: Nina Simone, Notorious B.I.G., Rosa Parks, Malcolm X, Grace Jones e Spike Lee. Só gente fod*, mesmo! Também é fã dessa galera? Então corre pra cá: http://bit.ly/KRVFaces Saiba mais sobre eles: Nina Simone: http://bit.ly/NinaSimoneWi Notorious B.I.G.: http://bit.ly/NotoriousWi Rosa Parks: http://bit.ly/RosaParksWi Malcolm X: http://bit.ly/MalcolmXWi Grace Jones: http://bit.ly/GraceJonesWi Spike Lee: http://bit.ly/SpikeLeeWi

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            • Be Free

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              This video is about Be Free

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              • Malcolm's Quest Revised

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                from Ali Jawad Anani Added 6 0 0

                This is a re-imagining of the first allegory.

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                • 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ASSASSINATION OF MALCOLM X Feb 2 2015

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                  "Malcolm X was assassinated 50 years ago in February 1965. Women such as Betty Shabazz, Queen Mother Moore, Vicki Garvin, Yuri Kochiyama, Mae Mallory, Abbey Lincoln, Maya Angelou and Gloria Richardson were among the first and foremost to establish February as a month to remember Malcolm X's sacrifices for Black Liberation and had been key to Malcolm X's developing political vision before he was killed. However, in those fifty years, scholars have habitually neglected the role that such women played in drafting blueprints for the Black Power Generation. Please join Gloria Richardson, Rosemary Mealy and Komozi Woodard in an important discussion of that central yet neglected dimension that women played in the radicalization of Malcolm X. At the helm of the Cambridge Movement, Gloria Richardson was the model for Grassroots leadership that Malcolm X outlined in Message to the Grassroots. Professor Rosemari Mealy is the author of several books, including Fidel and Malcolm X. And, Professor Komozi Woodard is the author of an article Rethinking Malcolm X: Women in the Making of Malcolm X and A Nation within a Nation: Amiri Baraka and Black Power Politics." - Jeanne Theoharris and Komozi Woodard

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                  • Malcolm X Day: Speaking Out 17 May 2015

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                    Malcolm X's birthday is here, and it's a time for celebration and continuing the fight for equality and an end to racism.

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                    • Hampton House Rededicated

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                      from Carl Hersh Added 16 0 0

                      Miami’s historic Hampton House, a favorite gathering place for prominent African Americans in the last days of segregation, was rededicated last week in a rousing ceremony that brought out most of Miami's political establishment for a ceremony that capped a 14-year process to designate and restore the historic site as a mixed-use public space. Dr. Enid Pinkney, who led the fight to protect the Hampton House's legacy, led the parade of dignitaries along with Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez. After Cassius Clay beat Sonny Liston for the heavyweight title in Miami Beach in 1964, he took his friend Malcolm X who had flown down for the fight to Hampton House, one of a handful of Miami establishments open to African Americans at the time, for a celebratory ice cream. The Hampton House hotel and its famous jazz club was where Martin Luther King Jr. held court while in town and where Sammy Davis Jr., Sam Cooke and Nat King Cole performed. Dr. King is said to have given a version of his "I Have a Dream" speech in the motel prior to the March on Washington. The two-story, 30,000-square-foot Miami Modern-style (MiMo) structure has been restored to its 1960s condition by a $6 million project financed mostly with voter-approved county bond sales.

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