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Secret Of The Black Man's Survival: Dr John Henrik Clarke

You either want to listen or you don't. As a man of color I would hope that you would take time out to listen to your elders. If you want a strong better life for your blood line hit play.

The Mindset and Mission of Black Entrepreneurs - Minister Farrakhan

Video from the message "Our Unity And Pooling Resources For Economic Strength" delivered by The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan to Black entrepreneurs.

Malcolm X: King James and the Bible

Minister Malcolm X speaks about King James and the bible

Say Brother: The Influence of Malcolm X (1974)

The program focuses on the impact of Malcolm X on Black political and intellectual leadership in the United States. Host Topper Carew speaks with Dr. John H. Clarke (historian and Cornell University professor), Owusu Sadauki (National Chairman of the African Liberation Day Committee) and Bobby Seale (co-founder of the Black Panthers) about the impact of Malcolm X's work on their personal ideologies, the opinions of Black Americans, and their struggle for Black rights in the United States. Interviews are separated by segments of archival news footage featuring Malcolm X talking about his political philosophies.

Fred Hampton Documentary (1990) | COINTELPRO Black Panthers William O'Neal

Fredrick Allen Hampton (August 30, 1948 – December 4, 1969) was a black activist and revolutionary socialist. He came to prominence in Chicago as chairman of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party (BPP), and deputy chairman of the national BPP. In this capacity, he founded the Rainbow Coalition, a prominent multicultural political organization that initially included the Black Panthers, Young Patriots, and the Young Lords, and an alliance among major Chicago street gangs to help them end infighting and work for social change. In 1967, Hampton was identified by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a radical threat. The FBI tried to subvert his activities in Chicago, sowing disinformation among black progressive groups and placing a counterintelligence operative in the local Panthers. In December 1969, Hampton was shot and killed in his bed during a predawn raid at his Chicago apartment by a tactical unit of the Cook County State's Attorney's Office in conjunction with the Chicago Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation; during the raid, Panther Mark Clark was also killed and several others were seriously wounded. In January 1970, a coroner's jury held an inquest and ruled the deaths of Hampton and Clark to be justifiable homicide. A civil lawsuit was later filed on behalf of the survivors and the relatives of Hampton and Clark. It was resolved in 1982 by a settlement of $1.85 million; the City of Chicago, Cook County, and the federal government each paid one-third to a group of nine plaintiffs. Given revelations about the illegal COINTELPRO program and documents associated with the killings, many scholars now consider Hampton's death an assassination under the FBI's initiative.

Dr. John Henrik Clarke The rise of Islam in Africa

Dr. John Henrik Clarke The rise of Islam in Africa

Can Kids Change The World? | Black History Month For Kids

The fight for civil rights didn’t just include adults. Kids like 7 years old, Ayanna Najuma braved harsh consequences to make their communities more inclusive. To learn more about Ayanna and other Black pioneers for Black History Month

28 Unknown Facts: Black History

Black History is American History. This piece cites many amazing African Americans who's contribution to our nation often go unrecognized. This video is brought to you by S4T Works, a multimedia education non profit, specializing in workshops that fuse education and the arts.

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