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In September 1960 Fidel Castro traveled to the United States to address the United Nations General Assembly. After being kicked out of the Shelburne hotel downtown due to baseless rumors started by the press, Castro’s team of Cuban delegates had … Continue reading
el-hajj malik el shabazz (formerly malcolm x) founded the organization of afro american unity in 1964, a political and social movement dedicated to the philosophy of black nationalism, “which means that the black man should control the politics of his own … Continue reading
human beings are Nature become conscious of it’s Self. (by itself) “When you are art gone forth wholly from the creature [human], and have become nothing to all that is nature and creature, then you are in that eternal One, … Continue reading
jazz is art, listen!
black power. apparently stokely carmichael said it first. what do you know about the legacy of the revolution? (i hope not just what they have taught you in schools). question: what is america teaching about the black power movement that … Continue reading
pictures tell a story, paired with music make a song that means more when juxtaposed with images to make the message strong. listen to the music, recognize creation.
art propels a message into the future, prophetic visions of peace for the next generation to fulfill and complete.