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Black Disability Politics

Sami Schalk

In this book, Sami Schalk explores how issues of disability have been and continue to be central to Black activism from the 1970s to the present, while often going unrecognized. Schalk shows how Black people have long engaged with disability as a political issue deeply tied to race and racism.

AGITATE! EDUCATE! ORGANIZE!

School Colors S1:E4

This podcast episode expresses how Black people in Central Brooklyn fought for self-determination in education. Veterans of the community control movement started an independent school called Uhuru Sasa Shule, or “Freedom Now School,” part of a pan-African cultural center called The East.

My People Shall Live

Leila Khaled

This book chronicles the political struggle of Palestinian revolutionary and freedom fighter, Leila Khaled. She reveals a story of struggle against Israel’s Zionist occupation and how it shaped her life and political understanding of the world.

Libya: How To Kill a Nation

Hakim

Learn about how the West has destabilized Libya and the effects of the political tug-of-war on Libya’s innocent citizens. Explore a deeper understanding of the complexities surrounding Libya’s political landscape and the struggles faced by its people.

Free The Land

Edward Onaci

In the first book to tell the full history of the RNA and the New Afrikan Independence Movement- Edward Onaci reveals how New Afrikans remade their lifestyles to create a  revolutionary culture and shows how the RNA’s tactics and ideology were essential to the evolution of Black political struggles.

Eric Adams: The Worst Mayor in America

Olurinatti Production

The video exposes Eric Adams, the current NYC mayor, for his fascistic, cop-loving, destructive nature. It highlights his election, commitment to the NYPD, war on the homeless, stop and frisk policies, and exacerbation of the Rikers crisis, making him one of the worst mayors ever.

The Prison in Twelve Landscapes

Grasshopper Film

In this documentary, the filmmakers detail the impact of the carceral system on the working class and the different forms it takes. Starting off at Washington Square Park and travelling to another 11 places across the US.

Women, Race, & Class

Angela Y. Davis

Angela Davis provides a powerful history of the socio-political influence of feminism and the struggles with elitism in feminism, from abolitionist days to 1983. Davis contextualizes the legacy of women’s rights activists and also discusses how the inequalities between Black and white women influence contemporary issues.

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In this book, Sami Schalk explores how issues of disability have been and continue to be central to Black activism from the 1970s to the present, while often going unrecognized. Schalk shows how Black people have long engaged with disability as a political issue deeply tied to race and racism.

AGITATE! EDUCATE! ORGANIZE!

This podcast episode expresses how Black people in Central Brooklyn fought for self-determination in education. Veterans of the community control movement started an independent school called Uhuru Sasa Shule, or “Freedom Now School,” part of a pan-African cultural center called The East.

This book chronicles the political struggle of Palestinian revolutionary and freedom fighter, Leila Khaled. She reveals a story of struggle against Israel’s Zionist occupation and how it shaped her life and political understanding of the world.

Libya: How To Kill a Nation

Learn about how the West has destabilized Libya and the effects of the political tug-of-war on Libya’s innocent citizens. Explore a deeper understanding of the complexities surrounding Libya’s political landscape and the struggles faced by its people.

In the first book to tell the full history of the RNA and the New Afrikan Independence Movement- Edward Onaci reveals how New Afrikans remade their lifestyles to create a  revolutionary culture and shows how the RNA’s tactics and ideology were essential to the evolution of Black political struggles.

Eric Adams: The Worst Mayor in America

The video exposes Eric Adams, the current NYC mayor, for his fascistic, cop-loving, destructive nature. It highlights his election, commitment to the NYPD, war on the homeless, stop and frisk policies, and exacerbation of the Rikers crisis, making him one of the worst mayors ever.

In this documentary, the filmmakers detail the impact of the carceral system on the working class and the different forms it takes. Starting off at Washington Square Park and travelling to another 11 places across the US.

Angela Davis provides a powerful history of the socio-political influence of feminism and the struggles with elitism in feminism, from abolitionist days to 1983. Davis contextualizes the legacy of women’s rights activists and also discusses how the inequalities between Black and white women influence contemporary issues.

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