Malcolm X and the Radicalization of the Black Student Movement 1960–1973
7 A Movement of the People … African People: African Liberation Day, the Decline of MXLU, and Left Pan-Africanism of YOBU, 1972–1973
A Movement of the People … African People
African Liberation Day, the Decline of MXLU, and Left Pan-Africanism of YOBU, 1972–1973
Afrikan People Everywhere Afrikan People all over the WorldEvolving because of & in spite of ourselvesAfrikan People all over the world, trying to make Revolution The world must be changed,split open & changedAll poverty sickness ignorance racism must be eradicated Whoever pushes these plagues, themalso must be eradicated …Oppressed people of the world change or die Afrikan People all over the world Rise& Shine, Shine, ShineAfrikan People all over the world, the future is ours We will create on our feet not our kneesIt is a future of Great works, and FreedomBut we can not crawl through life drunk & unconscious …Be conscious. Black People, Negroes, Colored People, Afro Americans Be CONSCIOUS …Afrikans All over the world. Yes. Everywhere, Everywhere, Everywhere, We are Afrikans &going to make changeChange or dieAfrikans Change or die to the Whole world too we are AfrikansLove is our passport to the perfectibility of humanity Work and StudyStruggle & Victory1
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