Tariq Nasheed recently revealed that the FBI knocked on his door asking about his affiliations. This was never proven to be 100% fact but if they are knocking at your door then they view you as some type of threat.
Neely Fuller jr explaining that any Black person speaking is being allowed to speak but if you are effective you better believe they are coming after you.
Neely Fuller explains that black people do not need to attend long speeches and secret meetings to get rid of racism. All we need to do is individually take charge of our lives with the goal of toppling down white supremacy
Rock-N-Jocks just got back in stock by huge demand this custom MALCOLM X New Era 59/50 Fitted. The right side of the hat has the famous Malcolm X saying “BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY.” Get it while you can limited to a total of 18 pieces. Get only at www.rocknjocks.com
Definitely didn’t see this coming but damn everybody you can think of has gone to sit down with the Minister for one reason or another. Maybe they needed that old school wisdom on how to deal with Bruce Jenner becoming a woman.
Malcolm X sits down with Mike Wallace to discuss police brutality on June 8, 1964. The more things change the more they stay the same?
On June 8, 1964, Mike Wallace interviewed Malcolm X and they discussed the African American Harlem environment and the community’s hostility against policemen. During this interview Malcolm X outlines this disproportionate targeting of the African American community by police, and why they do it. Continue reading →
So the multi-million dollar generating bosstress didn’t initially sign off on this? Reeks of bullshit like her former apology for her ‘Lookin Ass Nigga’ artwork. Gonna post the video if you haven’t seen what has caused the shitstorm.
“The artist who made the lyric video for “Only” was influenced by a cartoon on Cartoon Network called “Metalocalypse” & Sin City,” she explained.
“Both the producer, & person in charge of over seeing the lyric video (one of my best friends & videographer: A. Loucas), happen to be Jewish. I didn’t come up w/the concept, but I’m very sorry & take full responsibility if it has offended anyone. I’d never condone Nazism in my art.”
Rock-N-Jocks just got back in stock one of the most popular hats of all time on their site with this CUSTOM Malcolm X New era Snapback. The back has the famous Malcolm X saying “BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY” on it. This is limited to 30 total pieces and will sell out insanely fast again. Get yours before it is too late. The only place in world to get is exclusively at http://www.rocknjocks.com
Rock-N-Jocks just got back the re-release of this CUSTOM Malcolm X New Era 59/50 Fitted. The right side of the hat has the embroidered famous Malcolm X saying (BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY) on it. Limited to only 30 total pieces it will sell out crazy fast again. Get it only at www.rocknjocks.com
If you are Black and watch reality shows, sports, movies or daytime television and can’t take the time out to watch this you are in sad state. This is our beloved brother Malcolm X on a talk show back in 1963.
Rock-N-Jocks just dropped a must have to anyone’s collection with this Custom Malcolm X New Era 59/50 fitted hat. This fitted is all black with the embroidered “X” on the front of the hat in white. The bottom of the bill is in green. The right side of the hat has the embroidered Malcolm X saying “BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY…” in white. Just limited to 30 total pieces. The only place to get this is exclusively at http://www.rocknjocks.com
Rock-N-Jocks brings to you this must have Malcolm X custom snapback New Era. This custom snapback is all black with the embroidered “X” on the front of the hat in white. The bottom of the bill is in green. The back of the hat has the embroidered Malcolm X saying “BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY…” in white. Limited to only 30 total pieces. Only place in the world you can get this is at www.rocknjocks.com
OK, you gotta give him credit for even reaching this far and by reaching I mean speaking his true thoughts in public. Anyone who actually read Malcolm’s book can’t deny his appeal or his inspiring story, so kudos to Steele for having a pair.
In celebration of Malcolm X’s life, GIANT magazine caught up with his elusive grandson, Malcolm Shabazz. I had the opportunity of meeting Shabazz and I can attest to what he himself will openly admit, that being he is a young man looking for his way in a very unfamiliar world. He shared a lot of these sentiments with me that are echoed in this article. I hope he pulls it together, he has a great spirit.
His grandmother, Betty Shabazz, widow of Malcolm X, was killed in a fire he started 11 years ago. He was 12 years old. He had been shuttled in and out of correctional institutions until his release from Attica Prison in February 2007. Now MALCOLM SHABAZZ, 24, is on a mission: to clear his name, stay out of jail and rise from the ashes of his past.
During the course of a long-standing exclusive correspondence with Aliya S. King for NewsOne and GIANT magazine, Malcolm spoke candidly and introspectively about a checkered childhood, an unstable family life, and the burden of being the sole male heir to an icon whose life and legacy have transformed millions of lives.
The following are woven excerpts from hours of conversation with Shabazz:
People often describe me as troubled. I’m not going to say that I’m not. But I’m not crazy. I have troubles. A lot of us do. But you need to understand where I’m coming from and why I am the way I am. Considering what I’ve been through, it’s a miracle that I’ve been able to hold it together. I’m just trying to find my way. [I’ve read newspaper stories about me that] say, “Experts testify [that boy] is psychotic.” The way they describe me is wrong — bi-polar, depression, pyro, whatever. I know I’m not at all. Some of the things I’ve been through, the average person would have cracked.
All my life, I’ve had [moments where] I’ve lived in the lap of luxury in the Trump Towers and not wanted for a single thing. And the very next day I’m [living in] a slum in a gang-infested Philly neighborhood, eating fried dough three times a day. One minute, I’m in a situation with structure and discipline. The next minute I’m running the streets with no supervision at all. One of my aunts has a friend who is very devoted to his children. I was hanging out with them one day and all he talked about was [their] schedule and sports and taking his kids here and there. I wish I had that. I wish I had someone whose purpose in life was to take care of me. That’s how white people do it. They plan for [their] kids. We don’t. That’s cause we don’t plan our kids. I wasn’t planned. Continue reading →
There is no better way to celebrate the life of El Malik Shabazz aka Malcolm X, than to listen to him in his own words. Much like Obama, his skill is in his oratory approach. With Malcolm, it extended into his entire presentation though, his presence, his disposition and his rigid stance. He was truly a prince amongst men. Honor him.
Spring is in session, and 10 Deep has landed! We got a serious delivery from the line from Brooklyn. Everything from t-shirts, button ups, hoodies, and some light outwear are in. So “by any means necessary”, let’s get 10 DEEP!!!
LMAO! With the bitter comes the sweet. These dudes are gonna wage a war of ideologies against Obama and use his commitment to two diverging groups (Black America vs. AmeriKKKa) or concepts of “America” against him. Although, it is only name-calling the strategy is clever and as long as it goes unchecked it can become ugly, especially if Obama starts shucking in the Big House (lol).
The true story of the assasination of Malcolm X probably will never come out due to shady dealings between those who commited the murder and the government. Well it seems that confessed killer Thomas Hagan wants parole. Daily News got the story:
Thomas Hagan, who was convicted of first-degree murder for the 1965 assassination of the black leader, on Thursday filed court papers demanding a 14th parole hearing hoping to get full parole.
Hagan, 66, has spent 19 years on a work-release program in which he spends 12 hours a week at a corrections facility in Harlem and the rest of his time working or at home with his wife and kids.
“Indeed, multiplied by 19 years, [Hagan] has spent an overwhelming majority of his time in everyday society,” he argued in papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court. “Yet, his movement is monitored and limited.”