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April 27th is the 130th Anniversary of the Birth of Hubert Henry Harrison (1883-1927)
Extraordinary Harlem-Based Intellectual and Activist
Hubert Henry Harrison (1883-1927) is one of the truly important figures of early twentieth-century America. A brilliant writer, orator, educator, critic, and political activist, he was described by the historian Joel A. Rogers, in "World’s Great Men of Color" as “the foremost Afro-American intellect of his time.” Rogers adds that “No one worked more seriously a
June 14, 2012
In last week’s column I wrote about how the NAACP has lost its mind with its resolution supporting gay marriage. I have very little faith or confidence in most of the traditional Black institutions—NABJ, churches, fraternities, sororities, HBCUs, etc.
But after attending a lunch this past Wednesday, my faith and confidence is a tad bit stronger. It was though I was taken back in time to a better time and place within the Black community; and after the luncheon
LIGHT AS A FEATHER!
THE SELF ACCUSING SPIRIT
By H. Khalif Khalifah
DECEMBER 26, 2011
NAT TURNER LIBRARY, SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY, VA – Though we know it is a fact, still it never ceases to amaze that all religions and spiritual practices appear to find their origin inscribed in stones and other edifices in Ancient Kemit. It appears that our ancestors left the documentation to guide and provide for us during the opportune times of this age.
An oft referenced portion of the Holy Qur’an called “The
THE ACQUISITION & PROPER USE OF POWER:
The Destruction of White Supremacy
Part One of my new book will be read, Sunday Nov. 6, from 10am to 11am sharp; a discussion, questions & answers 11am to 12 noon.
Of course Reparations/Expropriations and other aspects of the Just Law (MAAT) is topic # One: the premise for the entire 417 page book is "Black people have all the knowledge needed to win our Liberation. Struggle: Since "Knowledge, indeed is Power, this is not the problem.
REFLECTIONS ON THE 2011 SOLAR CYCLE
The Spring Equinox & The Summer Solstice is in the Bank
- Kemit Spiritualism Analysis –
by Sebek H. Khalif Khalifah
SEPTEMBER 21, 2011
THE NAT TURNER LIBRARY, DREWRYVILLE, VA – First of all I hope that all who are sincerely with me, had a successful Spring and Summer. And whether you are into Ancient Kemit Spiritualism, or not, I want one and all to know that the Ancestors of Black people inscribed in stone some of the goings on during the Sprin
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA’S BIG SPEECH
WITH JOBS ON HIS MIND
- NEWS ANALYSIS –
By H. Khalif Khalifah SEPTEMBER 9, 2011
NAT TURNER LIBRARY, DREWRYVILLE, VA – The eagerly awaited big speech to cure the ill United States economy was delivered in standard, grand, convincing style by President Barack Obama.
“The question is whether, in the face of an ongoing national crisis, we can stop the political circus and actually do something to help the economy,” he said.
If Barack Obamas’ reference to “we” meant h
September 30, 2010
During the past two weeks I have been asked to be involved in two projects relating to Africa. While dealing with Africa can sometimes be very frustrating, after the past two weeks, I am very high on the future of Africa.
Last month I was asked to help put together the first ever Seychelles Investment Forum in New York. The event was held last week and was a great success. The Seychelles is off the east coast of Africa, surrounded by the Indian Ocean (www.seychell
REPARATIONS DEMAND UPGRADE ATTEMPT
VETERAN ACTIVISTS STRUGGLING TO FIND CONSENSUS
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By H. Khalif Khalifah
JULY 27, 2010
SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY, VA – Three well known Black Community Organizers in the Northeast are dialoguing to find consensus to recharge the dormant Reparations Movement. It began as a simple conversation on a open internet forum, but may evolved into an important, serious discussion to find consensus to upgrade our Demand for Reparations from the
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