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  1. Mark Essex The People's Champ
  2. Black Revolutionary Assata Shakur is No Terrorist
  3. The Tragically Brief Life and Cruel Death of Malcolm Shabazz
  4. COINTELPRO Alive: Malcolm X Grandson, Malcolm el Shabazz, Issues Statement
  5. Assata Shakur: Understanding the politics behind the FBI's new attack
  6. Assata Ain’t No Terrorist.. She’s the One Who Fought Terrorists
  7. Assata Shakur Becomes First Woman on Terrorist List
  8. Why the Hunt for Assata Shakur Matters
  9. Why Is FBI Going After Assata Shakur Now?
  10. Assata Shakur first woman named on FBI most wanted terror list
  11. The death of Hugo Chavez, and the trend of hi-tech assassinations in global politics
  12. Assata Shakur, former Black Panther, speaks from exile in Cuba
  13. CointelPro 25 Years Later: NY Settles with Dhoruba Bin Wahad
  14. Excerpt from Interview with Assata Shakur La Habana Cuba, Fourteenth Youth Festival
  15. Immoral Bounty for Assata
  16. 2 Ex-Fugitives Convicted of Roles In Fatal Armored-Truck Robbery
  17. Officials Can't Confirm Chesimard Is in Havana
  18. Letter to a Panther by Matt Clark
  19. Black panther leader mark clark remembered!
  20. The Haitian Revolution
  21. Survival of the New Afrikan Independence Movement
  22. Provisional government republic of new afrika - new afrikan creed
  23. Rules of the Black Panther Party
  24. Ten-Point Health Program of the Young Lords
  25. Young Lords Party 13-Point Program and Platform
  26. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee Position Paper: Women in the Movement
  27. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee Position Paper: On Vietnam
  28. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee Position Paper: The Basis of Black Power
  29. Honoring Marilyn Buck by Kwame Ture
  30. The History of the Black Liberation Army (BLA)
  31. The Panthers, Black Liberation Army and the Struggle to Free all Political Prisoners
  32. Marcus Garvey – 1921 speech : If you believe the negro has a soul
  33. Madiba betrayed us - Winnie Mandela
  34. Steve Biko: Man Who Wrote What He Wanted
  35. Black August 2012
  36. Black August: A Celebration of Freedom Fighters
  37. Black august: The true history, culture and practice
  38. Black guerrilla family, black liberation army, black militant front, the peoples army
  39. Steve Biko: Man Who Wrote What He Wanted
  40. Remembering Geronimo Ji Jaga Pratt
  41. The black panther party and its annihilation by cointelpro
  42. Shango Abiola of Black Riders Liberation Party
  43. Mario Lewis of "100 Strong" San Diego - Giving Back to the Community
  44. "Peace & Unity coalition" Pres. Stacy Butler, Denouncing Gang Violence in San Diego
  45. Carlota the rebel By MARTA ROJAS
  46. Speech by Frantz Fanon at the Congress of Black African Writers, 1959 Wretched of the
  47. Black Panther Party 43rd Anniversary History MonthBlack Panther Party 43rd Anniversar
  48. Che:A friend to the world
  49. WHAT HAPPENED TO FREEDOM? by: Jamal Hart son of Mumia Abu-Jamal
  50. Remembering/praisesong for vicki white
  51. A Tribute to Mawina Kouyate
  52. Steve Cokely & William Cooper: Behold a Pale Horse
  53. Fred Hampton Jr: "AMERICA NEEDS..."
  54. Marked Bowls, Cross Symbols & Petit-Maroons
  55. Khalid Muhammad on African Holocaust
  56. Mama Evelyn A. Williams: Black Liberation Attorney
  57. Letter to a panther
  58. Kemi SEBA - Complete Interview
  59. Black Ice
  60. John Henrik Clarke
  61. My bones shall rise again: War veterans, spirits and land reform in Zimbabwe
  62. Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League
  63. Amy Ashwood Garvey
  64. Dr.Amos N.Wilson
  65. Edward Wilmot Blyden (1832-1912)
  66. [sfbayview] Find a FRIENDLY buyer for the Bay View Building
  67. Dr. Chancellor Williams
  68. Queen Sis. Amy Jacques Garvey!
  69. Top jazz saxophonist Johnny Griffin dies in France at 80
  70. Carlos “Patato” Valdes
  71. Marvin Gaye
  72. Muhammad Ali is the greatest heavyweight boxing champion of all time
  73. Charles LeRoy Blockson
  74. Man amasses black history treasure trove
  75. Fred Hampton-A Fighter for Liberation,Revolution,Socialism
  76. Elizabeth Catlett artist
  77. NELSON STEVENS artist
  78. Jacob Lawrence
  79. Martin Luther King - Why I Am Opposed To The War In Vietnam
  80. The Eye on the Prize
  81. Benjamin "Pap" Singleton
  82. "Flowers While They Live!" Honoring our Elders
  83. Leroy Jenkins (1932–2007)
  84. Tyrone Hill 1948-2007
  85. Mama Adelaide Tambo
  86. Hilton Ruiz
  87. Ali Farka Toure': Afrika's Sun
  88. R.I.P. Octavia Butler
  89. Betty Carter
  90. Eric Dolphy
  91. Coretta Scott King (A Photo Tribute)
  92. Lazaro Ros
  93. Letter To Pauline From Patrice Lumumba
  94. A Word From Castro To Bush
  95. Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti
  96. garvey's Man Know Thy Self
  97. garveys talk on confessions of a great whiteman & leader
  98. Sundiata Acoli: New Afrikan Liberation Fighter
  99. Remebering August Wilson
  100. Thelonious Sphere Monk
  101. Never Forgive, Never Forget: Shaka Sankofa and the System of No Justice
  102. Tribute to Oscar Brown, Jr.
  103. Fred Hampton Jr. Interview
  104. Chairman Fred Hampton Jr.
  105. Larry (Lawrence Paul) Neal
  106. Zayd Malik Shakur
  107. The Cosmic-Myth Equations of Sun Ra
  108. Axioms Of Assata Shakur
  109. Elvin Jones
  110. John Coltrane
  111. Oliver Lake
  112. Don Cherry
  113. CHANO POZO master percussionist
  114. Pharoah Sanders
  115. Sam Rivers
  116. The Last Poets
  117. Kamau Daáood
  118. Kulu Se Mama__Juno Lewis
  119. "Float Like A Butterfly Sting Like A Bee" Muhammad Ali
  120. Walter Rodney: Revolutionary historian and activist
  121. Art Ensemble of Chicago
  122. Sweet Honey In The Rock
  123. An Interview with A-APRP Central Committee Member Kwame Ture
  124. History As A Weapon In Our People's Struggle!
  125. Maurice Bishop Speech to the 34th General Assembly of the United Nations, New York
  126. Walter Rodney: A Biography
  127. Kwame Ture fka Stokely Carmichael Speaks
  128. Ida B. Wells and her Brave Fight Against Lynching
  129. Robert F. Williams * Negroes With Guns...
  130. Kwame Ture: An African Revolutionary
  131. Messages of Condolences From Nehanda Abiodun & Assata Shakur
  132. The Negro Washerwoman
  133. Comrade Mawina Kouyate
  134. Update on Fred Hampton Jr.
  135. Interview with Huey P. Newton
  136. Queen Tiye
  137. Women's involvement in the black panther party
  138. The Casualities Of The War In Vietnam
  139. Change.(questions
  140. Black Consciousness And The Quest For A True Humanity By Steve Biko
  141. Walter Max Ulyate Sisulu
  142. Interview with Safiya Bukhari
  143. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. - Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence
  144. "The Omission Hearings" Sister Cynthia McKinney
  145. Nehanda Abiodun
  146. Osageyfo Kwame Nkrumah'
  147. Rokia Traoré
  148. Youssou N\'Dour
  149. Miriam Makeba
  150. Fannie Lou Hamer
  151. Fela Anikulapo-Kuti
  152. Kwame Ture