All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #22.


“Together, the ants will conquor the elephant.” – African proverb.



“Banged And Blown Through” – Saul Williams

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Turnt Up” – Lil Twist, ft. Busta Rhymes

“Whirlwind 2″ – Afu-Ra



“Dick Ridin’ Obama” – Will I. Am, ft. Thugnificent

“Que No Pare La Lucha”- Los Jornaleros del Norte

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Billy Preston



Mother of Cary Ball (Shot By St. Louis Police 21 Times) Speaks Out, Support For The Families of The Ayotzinapa 43 Grows, Commentary by Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown, and a lot MORE!

Click on the image above to learn more about Afrikatown in West Oakland, CA.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #21.

WUGD-Miles Davis

“Part of being a revolutionary is creating a vision that is more humane. That is more fun, too. That is more loving. It’s really working to create something beautiful.”  – Assata Shakur



“Unknown Zone” – Freedom

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Truffle Butter” – Nicki Minaj, ft. Drake & Lil Wayne

“Amazing Grace (Violin solo)”- Taryn Harbridge

“Be Strong” – Sizzla

“Mr. Wrong” – Mary J. Blige, ft. Drake



“Silence Is Consent” – Poetic Pilgrimage, ft. Mohammed Yaya

“B.A.N( B—h Ass Nigga)” – David Banner, ft. Col. Stinkmeaner (EXPLICIT)

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Al Green



Obama Seeks War With Iran and Venezuela, Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown (x2), The REAL Rev. Al Sharpton, and MORE…!

Click on the image above to read the Statement Against Political Repression from Collectivo Azcapotzalco (en Espanol).

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode#20.


“Men make their own history, but they do not make it as they please; they do not make it under self-selected circumstances, but under circumstances existing already, given and transmitted from the past. The tradition of all dead generations weighs like a nightmare on the brains of the living.”

- Marx.


“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Trap Queen” – Fetty Wap

“Mama Do The Hump” – Rizzle Kicks

“Love Me Harder” – Ariana Grande



“Strychnine” – Savage Fam

“Hell Yeah” – dead prez, ft. Jay -Z

“Star” – Black Stax, ft. Naomi Wamboe

“How Much A Dollar Cost” – Kendrick Lamar

“A Change Is Gonna Come (Live)” – Crush Funk Brass Band



Police Terrorism in Amerikkka, Drug Companies vs. Medical Marijuana, #Ayotzinapa, Glen Ford (Black Agenda Report), and MORE…!

Click on the image above for another perspective on Black Lives Matter

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode#19.

APTTPv5e19-WUGD“If you keep up with news about police brutality, you know that many people still support the American police state, despite seeing so much abuse. Most of us have seen the empty sound bites and wide-eyed sloganeering used to “justify” such support: ‘But my boyfriend’s a cop and he’s a good guy!’ ‘The shooting of the [dog/unarmed citizen/student/elderly person] was OK because the officer feared for his life.’ ‘They’re here to keep us safe. Without police we’d all kill each other.’ ‘If you don’t like them you must have something to hide!’

These strike us as prima facie irrational, ignorant, and can be easily dismissed. It’s a subtler and more popular sound bite that we’ll be addressing here: ‘Most cops are good! It’s only a few bad apples that make the rest look bad.’

First, a cursory look at some objective statistics reminds us of the sober truth. Consider the fact that cops have killed well over 5,000 Americans since 9/11. Many of these killings have occurred during no-knock raids, which have risen by 4000% since the 1980s.”




“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“We Be Burnin'” – Sean Paul

“Juice (Know The Ledge)” – Eric B. & Rakim

“All We Do” – The Jacka, Laroo, and J. Stalin



“Let Us Pray” – Norvel Lasserre

“Curry ‘N A Hurry” – Jamil Suleman and Spekulation

“Hands Up I Can’t Breathe” – Steel Pulse

“Breathe and Destroy” – The Prodigy, Metallica, and Wax Audio

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Neville Brothers



Mumia Abu-Jamal, Murderous CIA Actions Against The 3rd World, Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and MORE…!

Click on the image (above) to see how U.S. presidents are selected and why voting is in fact a tool of repression and dictatorship.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode#18.


 “The secret of freedom lies in educating people, whereas the secret of tyranny is in keeping them ignorant.”

- Maximilien Robespierre


“Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” – HHPervcho I

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Children of the Ghetto” – Menace

“More Justice” – Damian Marley



“Blackness” – Zeke Thomas, ft. Chuck D. & Jasiri X

“Devil’s Pie” – D’Angelo

“Wake Up” – Neville Brothers

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Patti LaBelle



Tamir Rice’s Mother Speaks, Aaron Dixon (Black Panther Party; Seattle, WA), Sensei Lewis & Jacob Brown, and MORE!

Click on the image (above) to learn about police violence in YOUR [amerikkkan] community.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode#17.


“One of the central reasons for creating Hezbollah was to challenge the Zionist program in the region.

Hezbollah still preserves this principle, and when an Egyptian journalist visited me after the liberation and asked me if the destruction of Israel and the liberation of Palestine and Jerusalem were Hezbollah’s goal, I replied: ‘That is the principal objective of Hezbollah, and it is no less sacred than our ultimate goal.

The generation that lived through the creation of this entity is still alive. This generation watches documentaries and reads documents that show that the land conquered was called Palestine, not Israel.’ We face an entity that conquered the land of another people, drove them out of their land, and committed horrendous massacres.

As we see, this is an illegal state; it is a cancerous entity and the root of all the crises and wars and cannot be a factor in bringing about a true and just peace in this region. Therefore, we cannot acknowledge the existence of a state called Israel, not even far in the future, as some people have tried to suggest. Time does not cancel the legitimacy of the Palestinian claim.”

— Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary-General of Hezbollah; 2002 .


“Wade In The Water” – Little Sonny

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Get Stupid” – Mac Dre

“Magic Stick” – Lil Kim, ft. 50 Cent

“GDFR (Goin’ Down For Real)” – Flo Rida



“Malcolm X” – Tef Poe

“Life Goes On” – Pigeon John and Abstract Rude

“Thanks For Askin'” – Spekulation and Marshawn Lewis

“South Of The Grapevine (Mash-Up)” – Slayer/Marvin Gaye

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Billy Preston



L.A.P.D. Execute Homeless Man, Omali Yeshitela: The Necessity Of Community Control Of The Police, Amerikkkan CIA Activity Around The World, and MORE…!

Click on the picture above to read a detailed report about the harm the current juvenile incarceration system in amerikkka does to the youth and society.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode#16.


“A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin, and culture is like a tree without roots.”

- Marcus Garvey.



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Supa Fly” – Kapeli

“Nobody Can Hold Us” – Macklemore and Ryan Lewis

“Where The Party At?” – Jagged Edge, ft. Nelly

“On and On” – Erykah Badu



“Sad, But Superstitious” – Stevie Wonder/Metallica (Mash-Up)

“How Will I Know (Journey Remix)?” – Whitney Houston

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Seal



Mumia Abu-Jamal (, Kanahus Manuel vs. KKKanaduh, Revolutionary Violence, and a lot MORE…!

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode#15.


“So Earlier today at the Qilombo Oakland upon returning from the store two comrades had noticed the pigs had someone pulled over across the street. So about 5 of us squad up whip out our phones and go observe. The sista driving was with her son, no older than 13 and an infant baby in the backseat. The pigs told her her license was suspended and even though she only lived six blocks away they couldn’t follow her home, she had to find someone with a license to drive the car.

She pleads with him to just follow her home, she needs to get her baby home. The obviously refuse and threaten to impound the car. The pigs ask her, with a smirk on his face, if any of her friends here (gesturing towards us who are cop-watching) would drive for her (knowing that we were copwatching and probably didn’t know her personally). One of the sista’s copwatching with us sees the pigs playing their classic psychological game of “Blame the copwatchers” routine tells the sista “We just here to make sure you good sista.” She nods and says “thank you”.

I then tell her “Excuse me sista. I know you don’t know me but my name is Shango and I volunteer at this community center right here across the street. You can go inside and ask any random person about me and they probably vouch for me as a decent guy. I just want you to know I have my license and I can give you a ride home and catch the bus back… I just wanted to let you know if you feel comfortable with that.” The pigs smirk turns to a scowl. lol I love when that happens BTW.

She says thank you and tuns back towards the pigs who is getting her signature for a ticket. The pigs ask her again if she knows anyone who can come pick up the car. She turns back to me and says “what was you saying again brotha?” I tell her again, and she asks the sista with me if she volunteers there to, which she responds “yes”. She thinks about it for a little while and says “ok, thank you”.

After giving me a monologue about all the things wrong with her car that I NEEDED to know before driving her six blocks, lol, she tells me on the way to her spot that the pigs were trying to convince her we were only making things worse by standing there when we were copwatching. She was like “why, they didn’t pull me over, u did. they wasn’t fina leave me and my baby stranded, u were.”

She saw clearly that the pigs were there to make her families life hard and that we were there trying to help.

She then asks me the address and the hours of the Qilombo and tells me they will be at the Malcolm X event on Saturday.

I LOVE the people. It ain’t the big spectacular rallies, actions, demonstrations and events that inspire me as much as the day to day little things that come from serving the people that keep me going.”

- Mtumishi Wa-Watu



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Blood On The Leaves” – Kanye West

“Street Life” – Buju Banton, ft. Trey Songz

“Stomp ‘Em In The Nuts” – Thugnificent



“Bongo Nyah” – Stephen Marley, ft. Spragga Benz and Damien “Jr Gong” Marley

“A Beautiful Thing” – Suntonio Bandanaz, ft. Jack Gaffle and Diachi Diaz

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Billy Preston



Billie Holiday and The Early Years Of The U.S. Drug War, White Terror Against Blacks In Alabama, Omali Yeshitela, and a whole lot more…!

Click on the image above to watch the video “No Savior (Official Music Video. Explicit.)” by A-Alikes

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode#14.


“…the Supreme Court never ventured into the issues of redistribution of wealth, and more basic issues such as political and economic justice in society. And to that extent, as radical as I think people try to characterize the Warren Court, it wasn’t that radical. It didn’t break free from the essential constraints that were placed by the founding fathers in the Constitution, at least as it’s been interpreted. And the Warren Court interpreted in the same way, that generally the Constitution is a charter of negative liberties — says what the states can’t do to you — says what the Federal government can’t do to you — but it doesn’t say what the Federal government or State government must do on your behalf…

- Barack Obama.



“8 Bit Circus” – Sound Effect Factory

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Bustin’ At ‘Em (Remake)” – Wocka Flocka Flames

“TKO” – Justin Timberlake

“The Price Is Right (Remix) “ – PushKu$che

“In The Light” – Led Zeppelin



“The Healing” – K-Swift

“Natural Resources” – Raz Simone

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Rev. Edward Pinkney, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and whole lot MORE…!

Click on the image above to watch as Pasco, Washington police execute someone in full public view.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode#13.


“The lunatics in charge have turned the United States into an insane asylum. Is this the U.S. that the Greatest Generation fought for; that Dr. King and Malcolm struggled for?”

- Cynthia McKinney



“Locked Up” – Akon, ft. Styles P

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Look What I’ve Done For Them” – San Quinn

“When We Ride On Our Enemies” – Tupac



“Stay Black And Die” – DLabrie – ft., M1(of dead prez), The Jacka (RIP), Adisa Banjoko, Shamako Noble, and Saiko Delic.

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Leela James



Police Terrorism, Students from #Ayotzinapa Speak Out, More Sounds From The Festival Mudial De Las Resistencias Y Las Rebeldias Contra El Capitalismo (Part 5: The Report Back), Debtors Prisons in Ferguson, and MORE…!