The Suppressed Rebellion: A Compilation Of Quotations On The Black Liberation Struggle (2Nd Edition)

The Suppressed Rebellion: A Compilation Of Quotations On The Black Liberation Struggle (2Nd Edition)

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This collection is for the people who probably would not otherwise be exposed to the thoughts of these phenomenal Black rebels. Browsing through some of the already published Black quotation compilations I realized how significant and special the content of The Suppressed Rebellion is. Minus a few non-controversial quotes from Malcolm X and maybe Huey P. Newton, these other more mainstream compilations neglected to incorporate almost everyone I included in The Suppressed Rebellion. None of these books, and I won t bother to name them, had anything from Assata Shakur, Amilcar Cabral, John Henrik Clarke, Frances Cress Welsing, or most of the other people whose most profound thoughts are contained in this volume. I m proud that I ve given these very significant people their due, or at least exposed them to an audience maybe not familiar with their ideas. This book is not intended to substitute further research into the complete works of these rebels, but to familiarize more people with them so that further research is encouraged. Every thought included throughout this volume is as relevant today as it was when initially expressed. The struggle is not over. Just because a portion of Black people have been allowed to progress materially and individually through integration into White society doesn t mean the Black liberation struggle is over. If you think it is over, then you are probably one of the integrated, would like to be one of the integrated, or maybe just don t understand. Until Black people have complete control over every aspect of their existence then the struggle continues, period. The Suppressed Rebellion works toward supporting this very notion. If you just read and reflect on a few quotes every day, it will have a definite effect on how you perceive and participate in the liberation struggle of Black people globally. Even if you believe yourself to be among the more knowledgeable regarding the liberation struggle, I am highly confident that you will benefit tremendously from the comprehensive insight of this volume.

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