Tag Archive: Elementary Genocide

Nov 08

Necessary Blackness Podcast Ep. 41: Meek Mill Probation Violation… Loving Our Son & Raising Our Daughters

Necessary Blackness Podcast returns with the ‘Fitted Hat Philosopher’ Rahiem Shabazz and special guest Ebone Gee to talk about the injustice handed down to Meek Mill, whether we are loving our sons and raising our daughter and much more. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Email | RSS | More

Sep 20

Necessary Blackness Ep. 37: Helping Inmates Get “Free On The Inside”

  Necessary Blackness Podcast sit down with Jen Nicole to talk about the compelling story of Eccentrich Richardson, who is a poet, writer and cultural-arts programmer in Pompano Beach, Fla., who somehow finds the time to save the world in her spare time. Her “Free on the Inside” program goes inside Florida’s toughest prisons and …

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Sep 13

Necessary Blackness Ep. 35: Armelia Cartier Talks Activism, Volunteerism, The Black Women & DACA

  Necessary Blackness Podcast sits down Amelia Cartier to discuss Activism, Volunteerism, The Black Women and DACA. Ms. Cartier works tirelessly to improve the lives of youth and women in Atlanta through sacrifice and contribution. This public servant and community activist, who grew up gang-related in LA, recognizes the importance of standing in the gap and …

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Jul 19

Necessary Blackness Ep. 29: Michael Imhotep Speaks About St. Louis Riots & Red Summer of 1919

  In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast, Rahiem Shabazz sits down with Michael Imhotep (The African History Network). Michael Imhotep is a talk show host, researcher, lecturer and writer covering politics and pertinent issues facing Black America. Michael Imhotep discusses African-American resistance in the era of Donald Trump, voters suppression, reparation and how elections …

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Dec 28

Necessary Blackness Ep. 5: A Candid Conversation With ZaZa Ali

Necessary Blackness Ep. 5: A Candid Conversation With ZaZa Ali This week, Rahiem Shabazz sits down with author, speaking, activist ZaZa Ali for a candid conversation to discuss, Christmas, Spiritual War, Police Brutality and much more… Tune In Each and Every Wednesday at 6 PM *** This week we are broadcasting earlier because of traveling …

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Dec 12

Necessary Blackness Podcast Ep.1

Necessary Blackness Podcast Ep. 1 Necessary Blackness Podcast with award winning filmmaker Rahiem Shabazz speaking on the perils of public education and what must be done to dismantle the school to prison pipeline.     Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Email | RSS | More

Nov 15

Rahiem Shabazz Receives 2016 #BlackPowerAward for Documentary Filmmaking

Elementary Genocide 2: The Board of Education vs The Board of Incarceration received an award in the documentary category at the 2016 “Black Power Awards”. The Black Power Awards was held in Atlanta on Saturday, November 12th, 2016 to celebrate Black excellence, activism and our contribution to the world. The celebratory event showed and proved …

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Oct 27

Debut Screening of #ElementaryGenocide In Oregon

The Elementary Genocide documentary screening will make its debut in Oregon. Rahiem Shabazz will be in the Ashland area of Oregon from Oct.31 to Nov. 4th. All Events Are Free & Open To The Public! WEDNESDAY, Nov. 2 @ 6 PM ROGUE RIVER ROOM, STEVENSON UNION    

Sep 17

A High School Teacher Allegedly Told A Student To “Lick Me Where I Fart”

There should never be a debate on whether education should come from the teachers, parents or stake holders in the community in which the students reside. It defies logic to not push for true nationhood and complete sovereignty from America’s racist institution. Children do not learn from those they don’t like. After the following disparaging …

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Sep 16

Family Sues After 7-Year-Old Gets Handcuffed At School For Crying

Kaylb with his mother, Tomesha Primm What is taking place in the educational system in America is symbolic to the wrenching condition and racist views of society. For as far back as we can remember, education was used as a weapon of oppression to subjugate Blacks. The racial educational barriers erected by systemic racism, is …

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