Kwame Ture: Pan-Africanism, Revolution and Culture

Today is the 20th anniversary of physical disappearance of one of the most serious Pan Africanist organizers of the 20th century-Kwame Ture. He took the name of his political fathers Presidents Kwame Nkrumah and Ahmed Sekou Toure and vowed to help continue the work of the African Revolution by expanding Pan Africanism! Today he is…

“Hell No!”: Stokely Carmichael Twenty Years On

Ron Augustin In the U.S., Stokely Carmichael has been known for his extraordinary rhetorical skills at the time that the Civil Rights movement was in full swing. Often compared to Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr, people considered him an oratorical genius, who knew how to interact with different audiences and adapt his discourse…

Stokely Carmichael, Black Power and the Age of Political Repression

Why Did America’s Ruling Elites Declare War on the Black Movement? By Abayomi Azikiwe Libya360° Author’s Note: Stokely Carmichael (1941-1998) changed his name to Kwame Ture during the late 1970s after living in Guinea-Conakry in West Africa for a decade. The name was adopted as a testament to his work with and admiration of the…