A psychologist explains how people become anti-authoritarians

written by Bruce Levine March 15, 2019 Lyndon Johnson famously proclaimed his requirements for an appointee: “I want him to kiss my ass in Macy’s window at high noon and tell me it smells like roses.” Johnson…   Lyndon Johnson famously proclaimed his requirements for an appointee: “I want him to kiss my ass in … Continue reading A psychologist explains how people become anti-authoritarians

Malcolm X and Martin Luther King: Face-to-Face

by Most Revolutionary Act Feb 22, 2019 https://youtu.be/3ZrcTENIxo4 Al Jazeera (2018) Film Review This documentary compares and contrasts the anti-racism campaigns of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X during the 1960s. It combines commentary from Black scholars and civil rights activists with vintage footage of the two leaders. Malcolm was highly critical of King for strategies he … Continue reading Malcolm X and Martin Luther King: Face-to-Face

The Wisdom of Malcolm X: He was Warning Us about These Bourgeois Hustlers

by Teodrose Firke Ghion Journal  Jan 29, 2019 Growing up, one of my biggest heroes and the person I wanted to emulate when I got older was Malcolm X. This was during my time of militancy and youthful rebellion, when I thought the only way to arrive at justice was through a revolution. The insurgent within … Continue reading The Wisdom of Malcolm X: He was Warning Us about These Bourgeois Hustlers

Hillary 2020 is Too Big To Fail: Malcom X’s American Nightmare on Steroids

by Danny Haiphong   Black Agenda Report Dec 12, 2018 Clinton’s reemergence is a dangerous reminder of who she really is: a “too big to fail” parasite of finance capital and the war machine. “Her embarrassing defeat to Trump did not cause the ruling elites to disinvest from the Clinton machine.” https://youtu.be/GML1ketVPmU Black revolutionary Malcolm X … Continue reading Hillary 2020 is Too Big To Fail: Malcom X’s American Nightmare on Steroids

Malcolm X on the Media

by Malcolm X Audubon Ballroom Dec 13, 1964 The purpose of our meeting tonight, as was announced, was to show the relationship between the struggle that is going on on the African continent and the struggle that’s going on among the Afro-Americans here in this country. I, for one, would like to impress, especially upon those who … Continue reading Malcolm X on the Media