Raymond Nat Turner, BAR poet-in-residence
12 Feb 2020
Ain’t it good to know that up’s still down; bad’s still good; black’s white; Slavers still heroes—And the
Walter Johnson
12 Feb 2020
One of the poorest towns in the nation, nearly all-Black Centreville, Illinois, floods with raw sewage every time it rains.
Adofo Minka
12 Feb 2020
The recent prison reform rallies at the Mississippi Capitol were more akin to being for a Middle Passage with more efficient plumbing.
Jahan Choudhry BAR Comments Editor
12 Feb 2020
This week you discussed Venezuela, racism in healthcare, and regime change in Libya.
Roberto Sirvent, BAR Book Forum Editor
12 Feb 2020
Late stage capitalism and its wars have imposed a permanent state of dislocation and disorientation on much of humanity, the “drift” of an unstable
Roberto Sirvent, BAR Book Forum Editor
12 Feb 2020
Simmons explores ways we can hold harm-doers accountable without getting involved with the very state that brutalizes Black and other communities o
Black Agenda Radio with Nellie Bailey and Glen Ford
10 Feb 2020
Students of all races should be exposed to the history of movements of liberation from colonialism and racist rule, said Nana Osei-Opare
Black Agenda Radio with Nellie Bailey and Glen Ford
10 Feb 2020
Centuries of medical experimentation on enslaved and free Blacks and scientifically erroneous assumptions about Black bodies have created “a crisis
Black Agenda Radio with Nellie Bailey and Glen Ford
10 Feb 2020
The jury in the February 11 trial of four US activists charged with disobeying police orders to relinquish their occupation of the Venezuelan embas
Ed Pilkington
12 Feb 2020
The last of Philadelphia’s most besieged, and heroic, Black political families is released, after a 42-year ordeal.
Solomon Comissiong
12 Feb 2020
The Democrats are terrible at passing legislation that helps Black and poor people but fantastically talented at political theater.
Nicole Powers
12 Feb 2020
The judge ruled that Kemp’s defense was so weak that no trial is needed.