A journal dedicated to truth, freedom of speech and radical spiritual consciousness. Our mission is the liberation of men and women from oppression, violence and abuse of any kind, interpersonal, political, religious, economic, psychosexual. We believe as Fidel Castro said, "The weapon of today is not guns but consciousness."
Sunday, March 15, 2015
PASS THE BATON BUT CAN YOU CATCH IT?
ONE OF THE BLACK ARTS MOVEMENT'S CO-FOUNDERS, MARVIN X, ASKS IF THE ELDERS PASS THE BATON TO THE YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULTS, CAN YOU CATCH IT?
In this picture, we see, L to R, Oakland Post Publisher Paul Cobb, Laney College Professor of Art, Dr. Leslee Stradford, Rt. Col. Conway Jones, Jr. Marvin X, Naima Joy, granddaughter of Marvin X, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, Jah Amiel, grandson of Marvin X, President of Laney College, Dr. Elnora T. Webb, Dr. Nathan Hare, father of Black Studies, and Lynette McElhaney, President of the Oakland City Council.
photo South Park Kenny Johnson