“The Insourcing of Prison Labor”: Seven US Corporate Household Namez Use Prison Labor to Produce their Goodz

#StudyTheFACTS From the Frontlines to Behind Prison Walls:: I encourage ALL who believe in LIBERATION, JUSTICE & REVOLUTION to read, study and share #MoorBeyz blog post... AMANDLA!!!! [Excerpt]: ...(..) “Insourcing,” as prison labor is often called, is an even cheaper alternative to outsourcing. Instead of sending labor over to China or Bangladesh, manufacturers have chosen … Continue reading “The Insourcing of Prison Labor”: Seven US Corporate Household Namez Use Prison Labor to Produce their Goodz

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Malcolm X and Resuscitated Reinventions

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[…] i think intellectual products like the final book on Malcolm attributed to Marable are an integral part of attempts to prevent us and successive generations from taking up revolutionary concepts and to the extent successful we are weakened going forward. We are not served well by those who deny debate under the guise of individual praise or reverence for scholarship.

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Last month Russell Rickford published this commemoration of his late mentor Manning Marable.  In it Rickford makes mention of our anthology which criticizes the final work attributed to Marable, Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention.  i understand that Rickford’s is more of a short essay and is part of a wider reflection of that journal on the life and work of Marable and that it is not a focused critique of our work (a point to which i will return).  But this is precisely why our work came to be; to help fill a tremendous void created by the massive product that became the final work attributed to Marable and its almost unquestioned welcoming by not only the establishment from which it was produced but so many activists, academics, journalists and lay readers alike. It was the force of Marable’s well-established (and deserved) brand that propelled then and now…

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#BlackVegansRock: 100 Black Vegans to Check Out

#BlackVegansRock #ItalFOODS #greenLIVITY #BeHealthyYall

Increasing Plant-Based Foods & Meals #Summer2016 #AfrikanHealthMatters

Striving with Systems

I am treating this piece as a performance art piece, not a blog post. Each time someone from the animal rights/vegan community wants to write an article about how white the animal rights/vegan movement is, I hope that they choose one person from this list to write an article about instead. 

This list is not in any particular order, and it is not meant to be completely exhaustive. Additionally, I can’t guarantee that everyone on this list is still vegan, though they were at the time of my research. I acquired this information simply by researching online and asking around. Also, I must note that I personally don’t think eating a plant-based diet automatically means that you’re a political activist or animal rights activist. As I said in a previous post “Veganism without politicization only yields de-contexualized diets.”

Nevertheless, this list is meant to serve as a statement for anyone who says “veganism is…

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Beyond the T-shirt: What Che actually stood for

Capitalism may want to exploit Che's image on a T-shirt Real Warriors plant & nurture the Seedz through the words::sounds::POWER-filled teachings & lessons passed UP by Commandante E. Che Guevara & ALL our Revolutionary Warriors We Will NEVER Be Broken! We Must NEVER Surrender!! The Peoples History has already revealed the TRUTH of Che's Legacy … Continue reading Beyond the T-shirt: What Che actually stood for

It’z the Revolution that matterz: Remembering Che

Daily, I carry the teachings of the Commandante within me... In my goings out & my returns, the Commandante greets me at my front door... Undying rEVOLutionary Fervor in my marrow 🙂 "...Battle at Moncada---Even in retreat, there can NEVER be Surrender..." - Natural Bliss & mYia X (Freedom Is The Land) Hasta la Victoria … Continue reading It’z the Revolution that matterz: Remembering Che