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Posts Tagged with "Dead Prez"

The mind of Gil Scott Heron, Part 2

October 13, 2009

I had to publish more of this interview with the legendary Gil Scott Heron because a whole lot of readers personally got at me and told me that it was too short. They told me that they wanted to hear more of what he had to say. If y’all want to read interview installments 3 and 4, y’all are goin’ to have to vote and put your bid in, because I literally had to transcribe this interview that was done for radio by hand. Otherwise you can wait until the Oct. 19, when it will premiere on Greg Bridges’ show, Transitions on Traditions, which airs on 94.1FM in Northern Cali (kpfa.org) at 9 p.m. Enough on that.

The Pac work ethic: an interview wit’ Umi of Prisoners of War

May 29, 2009

I have known Umi for a good half a decade and he has been a major supporter of the POCC’s Code of Culture all around the country, whether it was assisting now political prisoner Aaron Patterson when he was on the streets with the many campaigns that he was involved in, or whether it is him giving comrades moving through New York a place to lay their heads.

‘Oakland at war, a civil war, us against the authorities’

April 23, 2009

“It’s a civil war, us against the authorities – if you get pulled over, you’re so afraid for your life that you’re going to react as someone would react in war. A random traffic stop is life or death now.” – Mistah F.A.B., interviewed by Davey D

Davey D’s adventures at SXSW#1: Building with dead prez

March 28, 2009

Davey D chops it up with dead prez about the cop killings in Oakland and Oscar Grant.

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Oakland’s civil war: the people vs. the police

March 25, 2009

The reason why so many people may have appeared gleeful at the killing by Lovelle Mixon of four Oakland cops is that the police have for so long looked at various communities as less than human.

The Great Harlem Debate: Was the Obama Election Good for Black People?

December 17, 2008

This past Sunday over 1,200 people showed up at Salem Methodist Church in Harlem to listen and weigh in on a discussion that has been raging on in our communities but is oftentimes swept under the rug.

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