Malcolm X Legacy Contains Profound Lessons for Struggles Today

Overcoming victimization 20th century figure illustrates the significance of organization and political education African American History Month Series Part III By Abayomi Azikiwe Libya 360° Feb. 21, 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the martyrdom of Malcolm X, El Hajj Malik Shabazz, who was gunned down by three men at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem…

Malcolm X Was Right About America

By Chris Hedges NEW YORK—Malcolm X, unlike Martin Luther King Jr., did not believe America had a conscience. For him there was no great tension between the lofty ideals of the nation—which he said were a sham—and the failure to deliver justice to blacks. He, perhaps better than King, understood the inner workings of empire.…

Revolutionary Reading & Viewing

Preparing For The Battlefield Understanding NATO AFRICOM’S 2012 Operations Fact Sheet National Security Study Memorandum NSSM 200 – The Kissenger Report Recommending Genocide In Third World Nations The West Aims to Turn the Entire Global South into a Failed State Handbook of Revolutionary Warfare – A Guide to the Armed Phase of the African Revolution…

Three Years After Mu’ammar al Qaddafi

After NATO Intervention Libya has Transformed from Africa’s Richest State, to a Failed State By Garikai Chengu Libya 360° This week marks the three-year anniversary of the Western-backed assassination of Libya’s former president, Muammar Gaddafi, and the fall of one of Africa’s greatest nations. In 1967 Colonel Gaddafi inherited one of the poorest nations in…

National Culture and the Fight for Freedom

Speech by Frantz Fanon at the Congress of Black African Writers, 1959. Reproduced from Wretched of the Earth.. Colonial domination, because it is total and tends to over-simplify, very soon manages to disrupt in spectacular fashion the cultural life of a conquered people. This cultural obliteration is made possible by the negation of national reality,…