DETROIT REMEMBERS MALCOLM X ON THE 25TH
ANNIVERSARY OF THE LEAGUE OF REVOLUTIONARY
BLACK WORKERS ▪ WAYNE STATE U ▪ JULY 23-25, 1993
10 - 11:30 AM
1. What is the importance of Malcolm X for the education of our youth
2. Why does Hip Hop culture and Rap face the danger of censorship
3. Why did Malcolm X rap down the Message to the Grass Roots?
4. Does Black Power exist in Detroit?
5. Is the robot in the factory our friend or enemy?
6. Can religion help get our jobs back, or is god only relevant after we die?
7. Who controls the media and what difference does that make?
1 - 2:30 PM
08. Why are we still fighting for our 40 acres and a mule?
09. Is it possible to build a Black student movement in the 1990s?
10. Why are the police killing us?
11. Why do we have to sleep in the street or in shelters?
12. How can trade unions contribute to the fight for Black liberation?
13. Can Africa survive military governments, AIDS, and debt?
14. What is the bottom line meaning of the drug crisis, suicide or genocide?
2:3O - 4 PM
15. What do youth around the world have in common?
16. Did Spike Lee do the right thing?
17. Why are we killing ourselves?
18. Why are our children hungry and our families at risk?
19. Why are we sick? Is it the fault of government, business, the doctors, or ourselves?
20. Why do we need a Black women's movement? Or, do we?
21. Can we wage our struggle without music and art among our weapons?
Full Conference Program