[SIDEBAR: He asked Jordan and Magic Johnson to boycott, and they refused? Deep.]
Nikki Giovanni Interviews Muhammad Ali
Dr. Frances Cress Welsing Speaks: An Analysis Of The State Of Black People As Of Summer 2015
In His Own Words: Kalief Browder
Neely Fuller Jr. On Chemical Warfare, Guns & Drugs
Educating Black Students According To Their Own Psychology: Gary Byrd Interviews Dr. Amos Wilson (1988)
Dr. Amos Wilson discusses: Education, oppression creating an immature mind, social institutions and their relationship to Black people, how education can make you dumb, the education necessary for Black students, the role of the Black teacher, the reason for the high dropout rate, how the ultimate consumer is created, the necessity of thinking skills and listen skills in the curriculum, and more.
Nina Simone Speaks On Blackness & Black Power
Gil Noble Interviews H. Rap Brown
The Effeminization Of The Black Male: Why Did Larry Johnson Put On The Dress?
The effeminization of the Black male by mainstream media is apparent and obvious today. However, it is nothing new. It has been going on for a long time. Watch the video below to here basketball legend Larry Johnson discuss the process of how he allowed himself to be persuaded to put an a dress in his popular sneaker commercials. [SIDEBAR: The original commercial idea sounded much more marketable and creative. However, it was preempted by the dress idea?! SMH.]