The Believer and the Class Struggle

Class struggle is such a universal and constant phenomena that at all times, men act in relation to the necessities of life in relation to their modes of production and in relation to their present and future interests.

After all, hasn’t Religion chosen and taught this form of struggle by setting good against evil, truth against falsehood, justice against injustice, solidarity against selfishness? . . .

African, Not American

Although I was born in America, I am certainly not an American because America defined my African ancestors as three-fifths of a human being in their original Constitution. Also, it has been our experience as an African people of the diaspora living in America that the freedom, justice, and equality promised to its citizens in the U.S. Constitution was never intended for us; but for Whites Only. I am a Pan-Africanist Revolutionary. I labor in a Revolutionary Party (All-African People’s Revolutionary Party) founded by Kwame Nkrumah, Ahmed Sekou Toure, and Amilcar Cabral. Stokely Carmichael (aka Kwame Ture) developed into one . . .

Redrawing Aesthetics: Decolonial Theory and the Black Radical Tradition

i have been locked by the lawless. Handcuffed by the haters.  Gagged by the greedy.  And, if i know anything at all, it’s that a wall is just a wall  and nothing more at all. It can be broken down.  i believe in living  i believe in birth. i believe in the sweat of love  and in the fire of truth. –Assata Shakur, “i believe in living.” Opening On the brisk morning of April 1st 2021 at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (ACE) office in Washington D.C., a protest was on the rise as Indigenous livelihoods, histories, and futures . . .