Our Aim...

 

…provide a message through the grassroots.

…spread information through education.

…revive the human spirit through knowledge of self.

 

 

Now... 

We Dare You to Listen

Ride the waves with DrumBeat Radio host Michael Prentice and Beth Of All Trades (B.O.A.T.) as we discuss Boston community development, maternal mortality rate, and women in pop culture during a Mother’s Day Special. 

 

The Red-Eyed Treefrog exhibits some (r)evolutionary behaviors, one being the ability to decide when to hatch. Click the title text above to learn about this organism’s incredible will to survive.

 
Photography courtesy of  Miles Trevelyan-Johnson

Photography courtesy of Miles Trevelyan-Johnson

Not a Real Village, but a Reel Village

Though the village of Kammatipaadam is a fictional one, the story it tells of urbanization in rural South India is a reality.  Shaun Romy discusses her leading role in the film. 


Time flies like an arrow... 

 

Playwright Peter Bailey and Malcolm X's youngest daughter, Malaak Shabazz, take us on a journey to the Hereafter where Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr. and Medgar Evers reflect on the revolution and the lives they left behind.


 

Dr. Uma Dhanabalan discusses alternative medicine in an era of prescription drugs.


Are you a future Space Pioneer? Do you find yourself wondering what it will take to someday colonize Mars? If so, take some tips from Aerospace Research Engineer Nalin A. Ratnayake as he tells us about his most recent book. *click --> 

 
Citizens of Harlem gather on May 19th in recognition of Malcolm X. Students from all across the country visit New York every year on May 19th. This year Boston's very own New Mission High School makes the journey.

Citizens of Harlem gather on May 19th in recognition of Malcolm X. Students from all across the country visit New York every year on May 19th. This year Boston's very own New Mission High School makes the journey.

 
Join City Archeologist Joe Bagley in an excavation at one of Roxbury's most historic sites.

Join City Archeologist Joe Bagley in an excavation at one of Roxbury's most historic sites.

A sneak peak of the Malcolm X Ella Collins House Virtual Tour shown at the end of our story, 'The Bedrock of Roxbury.'

 

BBC Radio: Rodnell Collins & Malcolm X

British Broadcasting Company's series Unforgettable hosts Malcolm X and Nephew Rodnell Collins.

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Left to right: Tom Wallace Sr., Rodnell Collins, Tom Wallace Jr., Malcolm X. Front Row: Mrs.Wallace and Daughter Gail, February 21, 1965

 

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