Tag Archives: Malcolm X

And why not a Malcolm X day?

19 Jan

As we approach MLK day, I want to further espouse my belief that brother Malcolm X did just as much for African Americans as Dr. Martin Luther King. If we are not going to recognize his contribution to the civil rights struggle here and abroad and give him his own day (and Americans another day of observance) then can we at least give him a U.S. stamp?

I’m just saying. And anybody who thinks he stood for violence as opposed to MLK’s view on non-violence I urge them to look at this clip and many others like this:


Mick’s Picks: Influential books in my life

12 Apr

The Luck Factor-Richard Wiseman

Voices in the Mirror- Gordon Parks

Second Wind- Bill Russell

The Hobbit- J.R.R. Tolkien

Why Black People Tend to Shout- Ralph Wiley

The Wrong Stuff- Bill Lee

Think and Grow Rich- Napolean Hill

Soledad Brother-George Jackson

Women: Charles Bukowski

Turtle Island- Gary Snyder

New Design for Living- Ernest Holmes

Blink-Malcolm Gladwell

If the  Buddha had Dated- Charlotte Sophia Kasl

Dharma Bums- Jack Kerouac

Psychology of Love- Robert J. Sternberg

Fountainhead- Ayn Rand

The Real Frank Zappa book- Frank Zappa

Malcolm X- Malcolm X

Giants Steps- Kareem Abdul Jabaar

Drive- Larry Bird

Turning the Thing Around- Jimmy Johnson

Nigger-Dick Gregory

The Fountainhead- Ay

In third grade, my And-1 mixtape name was The Bookworm.

n Rand