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By Carlos Latuff

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By Carlos Latuff

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fuldagap:

Glory and immortality to the martyrs and the struggle of Tel Al-Zaatar. (1976)

Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP)

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fuldagap:

Glory and immortality to the martyrs and the struggle of Tel Al-Zaatar. (1976)

Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP)

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“Freedom of the press” (under the capitalism) 

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“Freedom of the press” (under the capitalism) 

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Lenin plays chess at the Villa Blaesus on Capri with fellow revolutionary exile Alexander Bogdanov while Maxim Gorky looks on. (1908)

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Lenin plays chess at the Villa Blaesus on Capri with fellow revolutionary exile Alexander Bogdanov while Maxim Gorky looks on. (1908)

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Hey all! And especially artists!
Team Neko, your number one choice for retro games, energy drink rampages, and the very best of geekdom, wants ART!

If you’re an artist who’ll take a commission we are in the market for high-quality colour digital art of our beloved mascot, Nico the Neko neko (above.) 
If you are up to the challenge, drop us a line at our Tumblr, our Facebook, or our YouTube channel!
(Please include links to examples of your art and pricing guidelines)

xtremecaffeine:

Hey all! And especially artists!

Team Neko, your number one choice for retro games, energy drink rampages, and the very best of geekdom, wants ART!

If you’re an artist who’ll take a commission we are in the market for high-quality colour digital art of our beloved mascot, Nico the Neko neko (above.) 

If you are up to the challenge, drop us a line at our Tumblr, our Facebook, or our YouTube channel!

(Please include links to examples of your art and pricing guidelines)

Hey all! And especially artists!
Team Neko, your number one choice for retro games, energy drink rampages, and the very best of geekdom, wants ART!

If you’re an artist who’ll take a commission we are in the market for high-quality colour digital art of our beloved mascot, Nico the Neko neko (above.) 
If you are up to the challenge, drop us a line at our Tumblr, our Facebook, or our YouTube channel!
(Please include links to examples of your art and pricing guidelines)

Hey all! And especially artists!

Team Neko, your number one choice for retro games, energy drink rampages, and the very best of geekdom, wants ART!

If you’re an artist who’ll take a commission we are in the market for high-quality colour digital art of our beloved mascot, Nico the Neko neko (above.) 

If you are up to the challenge, drop us a line at our Tumblr, our Facebook, or our YouTube channel!

(Please include links to examples of your art and pricing guidelines)

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“Kwame Toure (Stokely Carmichael)” by Muhammad Yugai

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“Kwame Toure (Stokely Carmichael)” by Muhammad Yugai

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‘PEOPLE OF AFRICA, STRANGLE THE COLONIZER!’

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‘PEOPLE OF AFRICA, STRANGLE THE COLONIZER!’

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Artwork by Teresa Miroslaw

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Artwork by Teresa Miroslaw

hyungjk:

The painting of the artist Lee Won Son, “Health Care Builders,” made in Juche 100 (2011). We see embodied in life Kim Il Sung’s thesis about the health of workers described in a conversation with senior officials of the Ministry of Health October 20, 1968 in the theses of the Juche-oriented approach to this issue.This conversation, which served as the basis for a programmatic article “Socialist Medicine - Preventive Medicine is!” was published by leading media DPRK. She lit a flame of the hearts of medical workers of the great revolutionary upsurge in the struggle for a further increase in life expectancy, lower infant mortality and an even greater improvement of health standards and regulations.Advances Juche medicine were so high that the doctors of the DPRK to completely close the issue with health in their homeland is now going to treat people in the underdeveloped backward regions neighboring big country and in other states.Unfortunately, the Internet still lacks this classic, which would be very handy now, as the doctors and staff housing and communal services, employee health services, just to citizens.In the near future we will correct this research gap and the article will be published here

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The painting of the artist Lee Won Son, “Health Care Builders,” made in Juche 100 (2011). We see embodied in life Kim Il Sung’s thesis about the health of workers described in a conversation with senior officials of the Ministry of Health October 20, 1968 in the theses of the Juche-oriented approach to this issue.

This conversation, which served as the basis for a programmatic article “Socialist Medicine - Preventive Medicine is!” was published by leading media DPRK. She lit a flame of the hearts of medical workers of the great revolutionary upsurge in the struggle for a further increase in life expectancy, lower infant mortality and an even greater improvement of health standards and regulations.

Advances Juche medicine were so high that the doctors of the DPRK to completely close the issue with health in their homeland is now going to treat people in the underdeveloped backward regions neighboring big country and in other states.

Unfortunately, the Internet still lacks this classic, which would be very handy now, as the doctors and staff housing and communal services, employee health services, just to citizens.

In the near future we will correct this research gap and the article will be published here

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Ossie Davis - Eulogy for Malcolm X, February 27, 1965

Here, at this final hour, in this quiet place, Harlem has come to bid farewell to one of its brightest hopes, extinguished now and gone from us forever. For Harlem is where he worked and where he struggled and fought. His home of homes where his heart was and where his people are. And it is, therefore, most fitting that we meet once again in Harlem to share these last moments with him. For Harlem has ever been gracious to those who loved her, have fought for her and have defended her honor even to the dea th.


It is not in the memory of man that this beleaguered, unfortunate but nonetheless proud community has found a braver, more gallant young champion than this Afro-American who lies before us, unconquered still. I say the word again, as he would want me to: Afro-American. Afro-American Malcolm, who was a master, was most meticulous in his use of words. Nobody knew better than he the power words have over the minds of men. Malcolm had stopped being a ‘Negro’ years ago. It had become too small, too puny, too weak a word for him. Malcolm was bigger than that. Malcolm had become an Afro-American and he wanted so desperately that we, that all his people, would become Afro-Americans, too.

There are those who will consider it their duty, as friends of the Negro people, to tell us to revile him, to flee even, from the presence of his memory, to save ourselves by writing him out of the history of our turbulent times. Many will ask what Harlem finds to honor in this stormy, controversial and bold young captain. And we will smile. Many will say turn away, away from this man, for he is not a man but a demon, a monster, a subverter and an enemy of the black man. And we will smile. They will say that he is of hate, a fanatic, a racist who can only bring evil to the cause for which you struggle! And we will answer and say to them: Did you ever talk to Brother Malcolm? Did you ever touch him, or have him smile at you? Did you ever really listen to him? Did he ever do a mean thing? Was he ever himself associated with violence or any public disturbance? For if you did you would know him. And if you knew him you would know why we must honor him:

Malcolm was our manhood, our living, black manhood! This was his meaning to his people. Consigning these mortal remains to earth, the common mother of all, secure in the knowledge that what we place in the ground is no more now a man but a seed which, after the winter of our discontent, will come forth again to meet us. And we will know him then for what he was and is. A prince. Our own black shining prince who didn’t hesitate to die because he loved us so.

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“But?!?! I Can’t Be Racist Because…” [SHORT FILM]

“But?!?! I Can’t Be Racist Because is the first short film brought to you by theliberatedzonetv to commemorate the 47th anniversary since Malcolm X’s assassination.

“But?!?! We Can’t Be Racist Because…” touches on the issues in a day-to-day and global context of white supremacy in order to try to open up the in-depth discussion and understanding that we need so desperately.

Is racism a thing of the past?

Are white people victims of racism too?

Do you feel uncomfortable/awkward when white people emulate Black culture?

Does Black culture ‘belong’ to everyone?

Does suffering in Africa have nothing to do with people living in Europe?

Are YOU aware of how you fit into the white supremacist structure enforced by imperialism?

CAN WE SPEAK OPENLY AND HONESTLY ABOUT RACISM?

Please use this as a resource and the comments by co-producers Shamim Kisakye, Iman Hussein and Lizzie Phelan in education establishments, youth and community groups and amongst your friends in order to open up the discussion about the modern day manifestations of white supremacy.

If you would like co-producers Iman Hussein, Shamim Kisakye and Lizzie Phelan to come and discuss this film in a community or institutional setting, please contact theliberatedzone1957@gmail.com

This film was made with NO funding. To support further work like this please donate via www.lizzie-phelan.blogspot.com

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Jesse Jackson on Sesame Street - I Am Somebody

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Black Panthers Mural | Los Angeles (Taken with Instagram)

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Black Panthers Mural | Los Angeles (Taken with Instagram)

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