Malcolm X

 
1968, the year that Africa shaped the US
1968, the year that Africa shaped the US
It is 50 years since 1968, dubbed by the CNN’s new four-part series as “the year that changed America”. The United States, however, was only...
Spike Lee revives Nola Darling in a TV joint that hits and misses
Spike Lee revives Nola Darling in a TV joint that hits and misses
There’s a scene in the first episode of She’s Gotta Have It — the 10-episode remake of the original Spike Lee film — in...
Black, white and Baldwin: I Am Not Your Negro review
Black, white and Baldwin: I Am Not Your Negro review
In 1979, James Baldwin attempted to tell the story of the United States through three infamously martyred civil rights leaders: Medgar Evers,...
Khaya Dlanga: Labels that divide
Khaya Dlanga: Labels that divide
We like to label people, here in South Africa. A nasty hangover from our past, perhaps, still causing headaches in the present. So much for the old...
Posthumous honours
Posthumous honours
It's rather unfortunate that American historian Manning Marable, author of Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention, isn't around to enjoy his...
Why are some 'occupiers' more equal than others?
Why are some 'occupiers' more equal than others?
About 200 Cape Town residents participated in the call for a "World Revolution Day" on October 15, inspired by the growing worldwide Occupy...

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