messagemediaed.org — Our vision is to close the digital divide and increase leadership and innovation in the African American community. We aim to cultivate the capacity in youth, adults and seniors of African descent to skillfully diversify, lead and innovate in the 21st Century community, classroom and workplace.
cybergroundrr.com — The CyberGround Railroad – Black Los Angeles’ News and Views SourceThe CyberGround Railroad is an online news outlet committed to the African American/Black communities of Los Angeles, CA and surrounding areas.Thandisizwe Chimurenga is the Editor.Tatyanna Wilkinson is the Web Consultant.Shirley Hawkins is a Contributing Writer.Pat Hendricks Munson is a Contributing Writer.Chico C. Norwood is a Contributing Writer.Sikivu Hutchinson is a commentator.Kokayi kwa Jitahidi is a commentator.Erin Aubry Kaplan is a commentator.
drivenbythemovement.weebly.com — In 1968, parents in Brooklyn, N.Y., created an independent school board to run the failing elementary schools in the predominantly black community of Ocean Hill-Brownsville. In Detroit, striking black auto workers formed the Dodge Revolutionary Union Movement to fight racism at the plant where they worked. At the University of Illinois, black students took over the student union building, demanding the creation of a black studies program and a black cultural center. These stories and others are told in Driven by the Movement: Activists of the Black Power Era, the inspirational stories of twenty African-American social justice activists during the Black Power decade of 1965-1975. Sometimes putting their personal lives on hold, these unsung heroes and heroines organized against police brutality, poverty, hunger, job discrimination, colonialism in Africa, and other issues of the time. Discover what motivated these men and women to get involved in the black liberation struggle and how their work transformed them, their communities, and race relations in the United States. Driven by the Movement is available in paperback and may be ordered online at http://plpress.bigcartel.com.About the Author JoNina Abron-Ervin is a veteran African-American social justice activist. For nearly a decade, she was a member of the Black Panther Party and was the last editor of the Black Panther newspaper. A retired Western Michigan University associate professor of communication, she has written essays about the Black Power era in several books. She is available to speak at colleges and universities and before community organizations. Contact her at email@example.com or at P.O. Box 16382, Memphis, TN 38116.
syteafrica2012.blogspot.com — Say Yes is committed to providing this support to at-risk children and their families, enabling them to graduate from high school, accomplish post-secondary educational success, and achieve meaningful life goals, including giving back to their communities.
nbufdc.org — National Black United Front (NBUF)Forward ever, Backwards NeverThe "Black United Front" is an organization made up of concerned and committed individuals and organizations who have united to assume responsibility for a better life for themselves and their children. It is a broad- based organization which includes all social, political, religious and cultural sections of the Black community. Get off the sidelines & get on the front lines!
jailhouselaw.org — How to Bring a Federal Lawsuit to Challenge Violations of Your Rights in Prison This Handbook is a resource for prisoners who wish to file a federal lawsuit addressing poor conditions in prison or abuse by prison staff. It also contain limited general information about the American legal system. This Handbook is available for free to anyone: prisoners, families, friends, activists, lawyers and others.
kwauhuru.blogspot.com — Pan-African Internationalism: The Line of March A revolutionary theory, worldview and movement to overthrow the parasitic international system of imperialism and the unification of Africa and African people into a single united continental wide nation under scientific socialism lead by African workers and poor peasants.
piccawr.blogspot.com — The African World Report is a production of the Ujima People’s Media Group. Our purpose is to improve the worldview of African working people by reporting news and presenting information from the point of the African worker. In order to meet this purpose, we cut through the muck and mire that is passed off as news by corporate media outlets and present the news in a way that is designed to empower our people by giving us a clear understanding of events as they happen.As an Ujima People’s Media Group production, The African World Report uses the ideology of Pan-African Internationalism to analyze and interpret current events. We see Pan-African Internationalism as the best, collective, expression of African working people all over the world, and as such, we believe that it is the best suited worldview for us to use in order to come to the correct conclusions about our the world around us.
imperfect-black.blogspot.com — Thoughts of a ghetto intellectual ™ polemic noun 1 a polemic against injustice diatribe, invective, rant, tirade, broadside, attack, harangue, condemnation, criticism, stricture, admonition, rebuke; abuse; informal blast; formal castigation; literary philippic. 2 (polemics) : he is skilled in polemics argumentation, argument, debate, contention, disputation, discussion, altercation; formal contestation. 3. bolekaja criticism. (Kwame Zulu Shabazz)
nathanielturner.com — This site is dedicated to Nathaniel Turner (1800-1831), Prophet of Southampton, and Marcus Bruce Christian (1900-1976), Poet of New Orleans. Both had a sense of mission and community greater than his individual interests and desires. Their work and writings on their work are the core content of this site. Thus, ChickenBones: A Journal (www.nathanielturner.com) is their home and a means of extending their influence and consideration. Like many African-American writers and artists, Turner and Christian are individuals who have been rendered faceless and voiceless by American and African-American anthologists and other creators of the canons of American literature and art. In this discriminating context, Turner and Christian are worthy icons for a portion of the community we seek to serve. We thus invite essays, poems, stories, or other materials from those who find themselves in a similar situation, especially works that focus on African-American literary and artistic themes. The regular media and power brokers care little of our interests. ChickenBones: A Journal, however, is not just interested in the cultural and artistic productions of African America. Our interests are not provincial. We are interested in posting the works of all writers and artists, regardless of race, ethnic, or national background. We invite topics economic, political, and religious as well. Yet we are especially interested in the writings of African, Asian, Latin, and Hispanic writers. Our only limitation is that the writings represent honesty and beauty. Thus this site is open to all who speak to the human heart, to those who do not have the means or contacts to get a fair hearing. True art belongs to the world. So send in your work! Come see us often. Tell your friends and students. We are here to serve. Your contribution can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.