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  • WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

     


    What is nation building? What importance does it have on the PAN AFRICANIST? Really do you all understand that to be a nationalist and not be pro-active as to the only nations we come from on the Continent of Africa is counterproductive?  You may have not been born in Africa but your Skin complexion of many shades of EARTH tones declaring your African Nationality without you opening your mouths. This plus the fact that you want Justice for your captivity and slaughter of your ancestors makes you a Pan Africanist.


    "The political philosophy of black nationalism means that the black man should control the politics and the politicians in his own community; no more. The black man in the black community has to be re-educated into the science of politics so he will know what politics is supposed to bring him in return. Don't be throwing out any ballots. A ballot is like a bullet. You don't throw your ballots until you see a target, and if that target is not within your reach, keep your ballot in your pocket. 


    The political philosophy of black nationalism is being taught in the Christian church. It's being taught in the NAACP. It's being taught in CORE meetings. It's being taught in SNCC Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee meetings. It's being taught in Muslim meetings. It's being taught where nothing but atheists and agnostics come together. It's being taught everywhere. Black people are fed up with the dillydallying, footing, compromising approach that we've been using toward getting our freedom. We want freedom now, but we're not going to get it saying "We Shall Overcome." We've got to fight until we overcome." MALCOLM EL HAJI MALIK SHABAZ

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    THE TIME HAS COME FOR BLACK SELF DEFENSE - ATTORNEY MALIK ZULU SHABAZZ AND OTHER

    in Current Events

    An indepth discussion on the rise of church burnings, police brutality, and the murder of black people


    feat. Attorney Malik Zulu Shabazz, Black lawyers for Justice   , Hashim Nzniga, New Black Panther Party, Shaka Shakur, Black Souljaz

  • 02:12

    QSI: The Two Pledges of Al-Aqabah, The Nation of Islam and Imam W. D. Mohammed

    in Education

    “Life is a series of repetitive events linked by a chain of recurrent realtions”


    First Covenant of Aqabah = Membership in the Nation Of Islam Obeying “The Restrictive Laws of Islam”


    The Second Bayyah of Al-Aqabah = Imam W. D. Mohammed February 26, 1975


    All the Muslims coming to Al-Islam in America and in the world through the influence of converts from the NOI (e.g., El-Hajj Malik El Shabazz, Muhammad Ali, etc.) who followed the NOI (i.e., Pagans) but then converted to Al-Islam at the hand of Imam W. D. Mohammed (ra) are equal in their sharing of its benefits just as all Muslims today share the benefits of the converted pagans of Mecca and Medina who left Shirk and came to Al-Islam.

  • 00:43

    We Fall Down But We Get Up

    in Lifestyle

    Wake Up Everybody!


    Malik Brooks is the author of Convicted At Birth--a heartwrenching book based on the true story of his life, which will move you to tears among other things.  Tonight's discussion will remind you that when we fall down, it's the getting up that matters.  Listen as Malik shares with us how he fell down but got back up with a transformed mind, body and spirit.  Will you judge him?


    This discussion will emphasize how forgiveness, compassion and understanding can go a long way in restoring not only the lives of an individual, but communities as well. Hear Malik's message to parents, women and those who suffer with a devalued/marginalized existence.


     


     

  • 00:51

    INTERVIEW WITH PRO SKATER PEP WILLIAMS ON THE BEREADYFORTHEMOMENT PODCAST

    in Radio

    New skater brand “The Psych Ward” officially celebrated the grand opening of its flagship store on Fairfax Avenue in L.A. with a star-studded, red carpet experience. Celebrities in attendance included Nick Cannon, Amber Rose, skate legend Stevie Williams, Hip-Hop group The Psych Ward Druggies, Actor Malik Yoba (Empire), VH1 Love & Hip Hop: LA star Masika Kalysha, Stephen Kramer Glickman (Comedy Central), GTAV’s Shawn “Solo” Fonteno, Reality TV star Somaya Reece, model Jessica White, rising Hip-Hop star Melo KAN, Basketball Wives LA star Gloria Govan, Hip-Hop Sisterhood’s Siya, TMT pro skater Lil Rome Diddy, America’s Next Top Model star Kari Michelle, rapper Quarter Bird, actress Lyndsi Rose (Insurgent), Adult Swim’s Slink Johnson, Pop group 4 Count (Ncredible Ent.), pro skater Pep Williams and more.

  • 01:57

    Re-Evolution Radio Presents: Light Upon Light with Imam Yusuf Abdus Salaam

    in Radio

    Tonight on Re-Evolution Radio's Light Upon Light with Imam Yusuf Abdus Salaam, we continue on the path for the seekers. As brother Salaam shares with us some of his personal experiences growing up in the jim crow south of the late 40s and 50's to his transition into manhood and scholarly affairs. Imam Yusuf Abdus Salaam has gained, critical acclaim recently for his unorthadox biography of the late Malik Al Hajj Shabazz (Malcom X) Imam Yusuf Abdus Salaam continues to point the way to the beacon of light for the seekers, as always tune in and drop out for this special saturday night edition of Re-Evolution Radio's Light Upon Light .

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    Re-Evolution Radio(LightUponLight)

    in Radio

    Tonight on Re-Evolution Radio's Light Upon Light with Imam Yusuf Abdus Salaam, we continue on the path for the seekers. As brother Salaam shares with us some of his personal experiences growing up in the jim crow south of the late 40s and 50's to his transition into manhood and scholarly affairs. Imam Yusuf Abdus Salaam has gained, critical acclaim recently for his unorthadox biography of the late Malik Al Hajj Shabazz (Malcom X) Imam Yusuf Abdus Salaam continues to point the way to the beacon of light for the seekers, as always tune in and drop out for this special saturday night edition of Re-Evolution Radio's Light Upon Light .

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    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    This is the very first Speech and the last tha Malcolm makes after the Nation of Islam fire bombed his home. Malcolm had suffered smoke inhalation and shock, his wife and children plus himself subjected to an act of terrorism.  A fire bomb thrown into the childrens room on the bed of one of his daughters, who had fallen asleep in his bed. "I might say this before I sit down. If you recall, when I left the 'Black Muslim' movement, I stated clearly that it wasn't my intention to even continue to be aware that they existed; but that I was going to spend my time working in the non-Muslim community. But they were fearful that if they didn't do something that perhaps many of those who were in the mosque would leave it and follow a different direction. So they had to start doing a take-off on me, plus, they had to try and silence me because of what they know that I know. I should think that they should know me well enough to know that they certainly can't frighten me. But when it does come to the light--excuse me for keep coughing like that, but I got some of that smoke last night--there are some things involving the 'Black Muslim' movement which, when they come to light, you will be shocked.The thing that you have to understand where those of us in the Black Muslim movement were concerned: all of us believed 100 percent in the divinity of Elijah Muhammad. We believed in him. We actually believed that God had taught him--right here in Detroit by the way--that God had taught him and all of that. I always thought that he believed it himself. And I was shocked when I found out that he himself didn't believe it. And when that shock reached me, then I began to look everywhere else and try to get a better understanding of the things that confront all of us, so that we can get together in some kind of way to offset them." Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz February 13, 1965

  • 01:00

    McKinney Tx, Black Lives Matter

    in Self Help

    Join our guest Dr. Malik Raheem as we discuss the recent events that took place when a cop pulled out his gun on teens and used excessive force at a pool party. Some local residents of the McKinney area say "it was pool party chaos not about race"  What are your  thoughts on this matter. 

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    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    TODAY  our show is on the NEGRO and how we became the African American. "In your struggle it's like standing on a revolving wheel: you're running, but you're not going anywhere. You run faster and faster and the wheel just goes faster and faster. You don't ever leave the spot that you're standing in. So, it is very important for you and me to see that the only way that our problem is going to be solved, it has to be with a solution that will benefit the masses, not the upper class--so-called "upper class."


    Actually, there's no such thing as an upper-class Negro, because he catches the same hell as the other class Negro. All of them catch the same hell, which is one of the things that's good about this racist system--it makes us all one.


    Quickly, if you'll notice in 1963, everyone was talking about the "centennial of progress!" I think that's what they called it. A hundred years since the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, and everyone is celebrating how much white and Black people have learned to love each other in America. You probably remember how they were talking in January of 1963. Well, if you had stood up in January at the same time that they were talking all this talk about a good year ahead, good things ahead, and told them that by May, Birmingham would have exploded, and Bull Connor would be known as an international thug for the brutality that he heaped upon Black people; if you would tell the people in January of '63 that John F. Kennedy would be killed for his role in everything; if you had told them in January that Medgar Evers would be murdered and nobody able to bring his killer to justice; or if you were to have told them in January of 1963 that a church would be bombed in Birmingham, with four little Black girls blown to bits while they were praying and serving Jesus--why, they would say you're crazy." Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz

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