Black Emancipation Poses Threat to White Supremacist Traditions at 2016 Superbowl

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By Carlito Rovira

Campaign to Bring Mumia Home

For the most part, no one ever expected such a barrage of condemnation against the super-star African American singing artist Beyonce for her performance during halftime at the 2016 Superbowl. It is an institutionalized extravagant sport event viewed by tens of millions of people throughout the United States.


The controversy began immediately after a dance troupe of about 50 women, with Beyonce at the helm, took centerstage in a beautifully choreographed arrangement and dress attire that made references to the legendary Black Panther Party and Malcolm X. To many people nothing could have been a better tribute to the annual tradition of Black History Month (February) than to depict figures so symbolic in U.S. history.

malcolm-x.jpgMalcolm X continues to serve as a prominent example in the struggle for Black liberation.


But in order to understand why this performance became such a controversy…

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