Black Nationalist

Some articles on black, black nationalist, blacks:

COINTELPRO - Range of Targets
... entire new left, at the women's movement, at the whole black movement, it was extremely broad ... The Black Nationalist program, according to its supervisor, included "a great number of organizations that you might not today characterize as black nationalist but which ... The Black Nationalist program targeted a range of organizations from the Panthers to SNCC to the peaceful Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and included every Black Student ...
Oyotunji
... Historically, residents of Oyotunji Village joined twentieth-century black nationalist ideology with aspects of Yoruba and Fon cultures to form an innovative community ... elements of the Yoruba and Fon cultures upon which these traditions were based with black nationalist ideology ... brand of Orisa (or deity) worship, rich with black nationalist concepts ...
Black Panther Party - Action - Conflict With Law Enforcement - Conflict With COINTELPRO
... its program "COINTELPRO" to "neutralize" what the FBI called "black nationalist hate groups" and other dissident groups ... Edgar Hoover described the Black Panthers as "the greatest threat to the internal security of the country." By 1969, the Black Panthers and their allies had become primary COINTELPRO targets, singled out in 233 ... program were to prevent the unification of militant black nationalist groups and to weaken the power of their leaders, as well as to discredit the groups to reduce their support and growth ...
David Walker (abolitionist) - Walker, The Public Intellectual
... forged by individual rebels, maroon communities of runaway slaves, independent black church movement leaders, and more ... Walker suggested that blacks had more right to the nation than those who had oppressed them ... As historian Peter Hinks has explained, Walker argued that “hites gave nothing to blacks upon manumission except the right to exercise the liberty ...

Famous quotes containing the words nationalist and/or black:

    The difference between patriotism and nationalism is that the patriot is proud of his country for what it does, and the nationalist is proud of his country no matter what it does; the first attitude creates a feeling of responsibility, but the second a feeling of blind arrogance that leads to war.
    Sydney J. Harris (1917–1986)

    Today masses of black women in the U.S. refuse to acknowledge that they have much to gain by feminist struggle. They fear feminism. They have stood in place so long that they are afraid to move. They fear change. They fear losing what little they have.
    bell hooks (b. c. 1955)