CBS Reports Ku Klux Klan: The Invisible Empire is a 1965 educational film produced by CBS. It details some of the history of the KKK up to the point when the film was made. Some people may think, “well that’s all in the past.” However, we still live with the legacy of what is depicted…… Continue reading Ku Klux Klan: Invisible Empire
You still got a man head of the Ku Klux Klan saying that the…the Black people have contributed as much to Western civilization as the horse. Actually, uh, since I don’t consider myself as, uh, one of the humans, I’m a spiritual being myself. I’m sure I can contribute more than a horse. To any…… Continue reading Sun Ra: I’m A Spiritual Being Myself
La Hermandad de los Negritos (English: The Brotherhood of the Blacks) Most people in the USA know the pointed hood, which is part of the uniform of the KKK. Most do not know at Calle Recaredo, 19 in Seville, Andalusia, Spain, sits a building built sometime around 1550. It belongs to La Hermandad de los Negritos…… Continue reading Was The KKK Uniform Stolen From Africans?
On February 4, 1965, during a visit to Selma, Alabama, Malcolm spoke to 300 civil rights workers at Brown Chapel AME Church. Does it seem like Malcolm is talking about today in this speech? Is what he suggest be done then still an option now? Should we be wiring the United Nations and asking the…… Continue reading Malcolm X on Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin and Eric Garner