MALCOLM X: THE CONFERENCE

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Session 7      
  MISSION:POSSIBLE             Study Guide  
  The seventh session of the conference was titled "Malcolm X, Art and Culture. This is the only missing tape of the conference. We have decided to play music, a CD cut for the mobilization of consciousness in the struggle in Toledo Ohio. Malcolm X was a freedom fighter who understood culture and its role in survival and struggle. This music is from then (the 1960's) and now. You can get it in Real Audio or MP3. If any one objects we will remove any tune. Otherwise, we will have it posted until the conference concludes in July.
 

 

 
Session 8 
Malcolm X and Third World Leadership Study Guide
Chairperson Omayemi Agbeyegbe, Queens College CUNY 


3:38

Panel
Don Rojas, Executive Editor of Amsterdam News 

      
26:54      20:50  

 


     

 

Session 9        
New Research on Malcolm X Study Guide
Chairperson Ron Bailey, Northeastern University
1:58
Panel William Sales, Seton Hall University, author of Southern Africa: Same Struggle, Same Fight


22:16

  James Cone, Union theological Seminary, author of Martin and Malcolm: American Dream or Nightmare?
 


30:39

  Bell Hooks, Oberlin College, author of Yearning: Critiques of Race, Gender, and Class
 


20:20

 


Session 10  
Black Liberation and Social Revolution: U.S.A. Perspectives  Study Guide
Chairperson Dr Abdul Alkalimat, 21st Century Books


7:39

Panel Chokwe Lumumba, New African Peoples Organization, By Any Means Necessary Newspaper


21:07

  Linda Burnham, Frontline Political Organization, Crossroards Magazine


19:07

  Bill Fletcher, Freedom Road Organization, Forward Motion Journal


21:15

  Nelson Peery, Communist Labor Party, Peoples Tribune Newspaper


16:40

 

Session 11
Black Liberation and Social Revolution: World Perspectives Study Guide
Chairperson Julialynn Walker, Ida B. Wells Institute of Memphis, Tennessee
 
 
Panel Gus John, Black Parents Movement, (London)


27:48

  Edwin Madunagu, Guardian Newspaper (Nigeria)


15:25

  Erroll McCleod, Oufields Workers Trade Union (Trinidad-Tobago)


15:04

  Abdul Rahman Muhammad Babu, author of African Socialism or A Socialist Africa


17:28

     
 

Session 12
Youth Culture and Rebellion Study Guide
Chairperson  Joe Wood, Village Voice


 3:11

 Panel

Nicole Breelove, Nia Kuumba Poets


 3:13

  Michael LaRose, Association for A Peoples Carnival in London


 18:35

  Joan Morgan, Essence Magazine 
 


 11:48

 

Charles Webster, Independent African Youth Movement


 15:43

     


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