1. theafrocentricasian:

    nowyoukno:

    Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

    Water is wet.

    (via brinaabee)

     

  2. Chris Rocks discusses his bouts with racism at an early age.

    THE BLACK EXPERIENCE IN AMERIKKKA

     


  3. Anonymous said: who are your fav rappers? (80s,90s, and now)

    80s

    PUBLIC ENEMY

    KOOL MOE DEE

    BIG DADDY KANE

    90s

    Pac

    SUGA FREE

    DJ QUIK

    ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT

    OUTKAST

    COMMON

    BLACKSTAR

    NAS

    THE ROOTS

    NOW

    BLU

    AB SOUL

    K.DOT

    YE

    JAY ELECTRONICA

     

     

  4. Are you my nigga or my Negus?

     

  5. This.

    BLACK EXCELLENCE

     


  6. blackpussupremacy said: So what we gonna do?!

    We are going to embrace BLACK SOLIDARITY, GROUP ECONOMICS, AND EXERCISE MORE DISCIPLINE. Our plight can be fixed in a few years when we get on the same agenda. Time to build.

     


  7. pearlsowisdom said: ing people. Harold Cruse "the crisis of the negro intellectual". anything by mulana Karenga. Louis Menani " The Marketplace of ideas" Jacob Carruthers "Intellectual warfare". The pain of thinking (idk the author). Chancellor Williams "the destruction of Black civilization" and William H Watkins "the white architects of black education". Also rememeber when chosing books to choose ones with afrocentricity or afrocentric and NOT afrocentrism.

    I met Karenga he teaches @ Cal State LB. My neighbor has my Diop book, but I feel you though. Thanks for the insight queen, I appreciate you.

    #istaywoke

     

  8. Art game on point

    Jack Johnson

    Marcus Garvey

    Pac & K.dot

     


  9. Anonymous said: I don't consider myself conscious or apart of the community, but the experiences and thoughts of other black people are of great interest to me. currently I am a musician (guitarist) and I am constantly around white people. (its is unavoidable currently) and honestly I feel like I am constantly fighting a hatred in my heart for them. so I am asking how do you deal with this??? any advice... I don't want to walk around feeling this way... I hope you understand what I saying..

    Yo I feel you G. I think the “hatred” you have in your heart is of frustration. Those white faces might remind you of their white privilege versus the oppression you endure at the hands of white supremacy. Some Black folks suffer from an inferiority complex that creates a disdain for white folks. I don’t know what your case is. I stay woke so I understand.

    My page, my posts, my content is not anti-white. It is PRO BLACK EXCELLENCE. I juxtapose our greatness with the fuckery of racist white supremacy, to provide perspective on what WE have to endure in order to make it in school, work, and society in general.

    The knowledge and insight I have gained in the past few years has given me a unique perspective of understanding how to navigate through racist white supremacy to some extent without getting too emotional. When you understand their perspective you understand their actions.

    READ THE ISIS PAPERS BY FRANCES CRESS WELSING. This book totally changed my outlook on so called race relations.

    READ BRAINWASHED CHALLENGING THE MYTH OF BLACK INFERIORITY to understand why you might be justified in your frustration.

    READ THE FOUR AGREEMENTS BY RUIZ to cope with dealing with others better on a daily basis.

    Their is no complete solution that I can give you. I can give you tools to prepare yourself, to understand, and deal with the frustrations that oppression brings.

     

     

  10. Mr. Nasheed is a Jack of all trades, but man has he mastered the art of making an impact. We talk about him growing up in the racist south, moving to Los Angeles to learn game, how he became a New York Times bestselling author, then how he switched it up with his hit documentary series ‘Hidden Colors’. Love him, hate him, one thing is guaranteed, you press play on this episode and you will learn game.