The US long war on the Black liberation movement is far from over.
Judi Rever risked her life to write the true story of the Rwandan Genocide.
This week we discuss the internal colony theory, Hollywood’s portrayal of the Central Park Five, and continue the discussion on the future of Black
Liberal reforms continue to fail to make the police more accountable.
People of African descent, no matter where they come from, face challenges in the American racial hierarchy.
“The idea that the US is a force for good in the world is used to justify the crimes of US capitalism and has its roots in white supremacy,” said
Stanley Howardis still in prison, 35 years after he was forced to confess to crimes he did not commit, landing him on death row.
“We should initiate our own struggles against the social system of imperialism” that oppresses all humanity, said Omali Yeshitela,
Julian Assange has been moved to Belmarsh Prison hospital and the UN Rapporteur on Torture has warned that he could die there.
The Indian freedom struggle inspired liberation struggles in Africa and Afro-America.
Congressman John Lewis has joined a new caucus that will likely rally other Black lawmakers in defense of the apartheid state.
“Much of today’s American capitalist enterprise is only profitable because poisoning the air and water and so
Surveillance capitalism is profoundly antidemocratic and follows the logic of the quest for profit.
“All you could feel was that machine he was running, that box with the wires on it.”
We must explicitly reject “melting pot” approaches to class solidarity.
- The whole point of the austerity project is to disempower workers and concentrate wealth at the top. The rulers will kill to keep that dream alive.
- Americans are, indeed, exceptional – the most gullible public in the world, always ready to believe their leaders’ lies.
- The Democrats claim to “resist” and oppose Trump, but they are once again planning to give him all the money he wants for war.
- The US long war on the Black liberation movement is far from over.
- Judi Rever risked her life to write the true story of the Rwandan Genocide.