Archive for the ‘BHC’ Category

An video excerpt of a speech from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr which deals with Black self-determination and Black Self-Love, likely from a 1967 or 1968 speech.

“Honest and earnest criticism from those whose interests are most nearly touched, -criticism of writers by readers, of government by […]

We remain in a moment where people are beginning to realize that the election of Barack Obama does not mean a Black political agenda, one in which race is central, will continue to be pushed into the public sphere. So the question becomes, who advances the concerns of the faces at the bottom of the well?

Yesterday, at the age of 94, the unparalleled historian of the African-American experience John Hope Franklin passed away into the […]

A libation for our ancestor Malcolm X and two events uptown to commemorate the 44th anniversary of his assassination and entry into the ancestral realm.

This week, on Thursday the 12th, I will be a featured panelist at New York University’s Gallatin School. I will be on a panel discussing Black and Jewish Relations as part of their Black History Month Programming. From the look of the panelist it’s going to be a lively and engaging discussion. More information is provided beneath.

“I have been dismayed at the degree to which abysmal ignorance seems to prevail among state, city and even Federal […]

BHC: Media Distortions

January 6, 2009 · 0 Comments

If you’re not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people […]

BHC: Kwame Ture on Zionism

December 28, 2008 · 0 Comments

Yesterday and today, some of the most violent attacks on the Palestinian people in decades were launched by the Israeli military. As I write this, the death toll is approximately 280, and the number of innocent lives that will continue to be lost are unknown. I value human life and really have dreamed about a peaceful middle east, but now, more than ever, I’m concerned that my wishes have been nothing more than a dream. The question of Zionism remains one of the most politically contentious among global citizens today. Beneath you will find two videos from the greatKwame Ture (Stokley Carmichael), who left the earth in 1998, speaking on the distinction between Judaism and Zionism and his position on imperialism. Please listen. We can no longer afford to not value human life.