"It is one thing not to know your history. But it is much worse, not to WANT to know. Knowledge of self is fundamental." - Dr. Runoko Rashidi
The violence that we had in the 60’s was limited. The next time it will be unlimited because the violence in the 60’s was a struggle for human dignity and for human rights. The next struggle will be a struggle for survival and it will not just be limited to Black people or Black against white, but it will be the poor people, the masses of the people of the country, struggling for the right to live or the right to survive.
Robert F. Williams
Taken from a 1982 interview. For those who don’t know, Robert F. Williams was a Black revolutionary who called for armed self-defense just a few years before Malcolm X. Eventually, the FBI set out wanted posters to frame him and jail him, so he fled to Cuba.
You can't debate truth (Interview with Robert F. Williams, 1968)
The following is taken from the last part of an interview involving Robert F. Williams in 1968. He is the man from the civil rights movement they don’t want you to know about, who was written out of history and forced out of the country by the FBI for advocating armed…