I am generally not big on trips down memory lane, but there's a nice retrospective of the 60s I came across that was kind of fun. It seems like a long...
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If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom, and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground.
Rappers, in the spirit of Malcolm X, point out contradictions. Both in their words and cultural dress codes, hip-hop defies the rigidity of people like Stanley Crouch.
The day after the presidential election, I sat down with Jim Brown. Brown discussed a wide range of topics, including what electing the first African American president means to him.
Obama's peace train is on tracks that have led to the same place since Eisenhower first told America to beware the military-industrial complex.
Many people may see Malcolm X and Barack Obama as opposites of each other in the sphere of black political figure, but Malcolm's own family has come out publicly for Obama.
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