Malcolm X’z Internationalism and the Struggle for Liberation in Haiti Today


Our People must reject the false teachings…

“Emancipate Yourself From Mental Slavery, None But Ourselves Can FREE Our Minds…”- Hon. Marcus Mosiah Garvey

Moorbey'z Blog

by Dr. Ajamu Nangwaya

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“…when you select heroes about which black children ought to be taught, let them be black heroes who have died fighting for the benefit of black people.  We never were taught about Christophe or Dessalines.  It was the slave revolt in Haiti when slaves, black slaves, had the soldiers of Napoleon tied down and forced him to sell one half of the American continent to the Americans. They don’t teach us that.  This is the kind of history we want to learn.” – Malcolm X[1]

February 21, 2015 marked the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X who is is firmly located within the ranks of the foremost luminaries of Pan-Afrikanism.[2] As such, he was very much concerned with the fate of Afrikans across the globe. The broadness of Malcolm’s humanity and sympathy informed his internationalism, which included all oppressed peoples, especially…

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