August 13, 2015 marks 95 years of Red, Black and Green. We have been encouraging everyone to send a message, make a statement and demonstrate mental emancipation by wearing Red, Black and Green on that day. Then we had an insight. Why should we wait until August Thirteen? It came to us in a flash. … More Should the White House Be Lit Red, Black and Green on August Thirteen?
There was a time when the only people who could be considered human lived in Africa. Since there were no other humans in existence any where else that means they were living in the first world, because there was no other world. This world was it and this world was theirs. Since then, people who … More The First World
For man to know himself is for him to feel that for him there is no human master. For him Nature is his servant, and whatsoever he wills in Nature, that shall be his reward. If he wills to be a pigmy a serf or a slave, that shall he be. If he wills to … More Man Know Thyself by Marcus Garvey
Richard Pryor from live on the Sunset strip describing why he stopped using the word ni**a. “It’s nice to have pride about your shit. I went home to the motherland. And everybody should go home to Africa. Everybody. Especially, Black people. Really man, there is so much to see there for the eye and the … More Do you see any ni**ers? No. You know why? Because there aren’t any.
The Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities’ League is a social, friendly, humanitarian, charitable, educational, institutional, constructive and expansive society, and is founded by persons desiring to the utmost to work for the general uplift of the Negro peoples of the world. And the members pledge themselves to do all in their power to … More Preamble to the UNIA Constitution
I see no changes. Wake up in the morning and I ask myself: Is life worth livin? Should I blast myself? I’m tired of bein poor and even worse I’m Black My stomach hurts so I’m lookin for a purse to snatch. Cops give a damn about a negro. Pull a trigger. Kill a nigga. … More Keyamsha and the Awakening of 2Pac