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Quote Of The Day

“The media’s the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty innocent, and that’s power; because they control the minds of the masses.” -Malcolm X Tweet

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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words Pic Of The Week

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Happy Birthday Malcolm X

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Dick Gregory Speaks At Mosque #7 (2013)

Dick Gregory discusses: The effect carrying lead bullets has on police officers, college football games & professional athletics, why Magic Johnson stopped playing basketball, the “love” of athletes and entertainers, the Million Man March, the assassination of Malcolm X, Trayvon Martin, and the purpose of the Rodney King riots. Tweet

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Video Of The Week: Betty Shabazz Being Interviewed After The Assassination Of Malcolm X

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Quote Of The Day

“America is such a paradoxical society, hypocritically paradoxical, that if you don’t have some humor, you’ll crack up.” -Malcolm X Tweet

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Book Excerpt Of The Week: “Seventh Child: A Family Memoir Of Malcolm X” By: Rodnell P. Collins

“Malcolm was led to his position by his vast knowledge of Black history in the United States. He constantly reminded us that the highly praised U.S. Constitution not only did not recognize human rights of Black people; it did not even acknowledge our ancestors as full human beings. To placate southern enslavers concerned about their […]

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Anecdote Of The Week: Timing Is Everything

“How long? Not long. Martin and Malcolm knew they didn’t have much time. In Benjamin Mays’ famous poem he illuminates how time is fleeting: ’60 seconds in a minute, a lifetime depends on it.’ In the average lifespan of 70 years, people will spend 23 years sleeping, 16 years working, 8 years watching television, 6 […]

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Quote Of The Day

“Power in defense of freedom is greater than power in behalf of tyranny and oppression.” -Malcolm X Tweet

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The Global Threat Of Malcolm X

“Malcolm was courted by high officials…He met Heads of States, and top world leaders. Malcolm was treated as a Statesman and important leader. The Arab Islamic leaders embraced him enthusiastically. The very people who had vast resources of oil were giving Malcolm X special attention, and police escorts. The implications of all this, with a […]

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