Ann Garrison, BAR Contributing Editor
03 Jun 2020
The world as we know it may be at the cusp of radical change, but right now it just looks like a blizzard of urgent headlines.
Raymond Nat Turner, BAR poet-in-residence
03 Jun 2020
Shooting, looting, scalping, lynching, Raping, torturing their way across the continent—400 years ago—
Dr. Marsha Coleman-Adebayo, BAR editor and columnist
03 Jun 2020
We are killed in the streets while we are alive and then our bodies are dug up and thrown away like trash when businesses require the land for prof
Jahan Choudhry BAR Comments Editor
03 Jun 2020
This week police brutality and the Coronavirus were on your minds.
Roberto Sirvent, BAR Book Forum Editor
03 Jun 2020
Mothers and infants consistently experience positive health outcomes when midwives are incorporated into healthcare systems.
Roberto Sirvent, BAR Book Forum Editor
03 Jun 2020
We should see Haiti as a bellwether for what is occurring throughout the Americas and the world.
Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford
02 Jun 2020
Black women’s bodies were property during slavery, and that power relationship “still continues today through measures to restrict women’s reproduc
Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford
01 Jun 2020
“Whether we’re in large numbers like we are in Mississippi, or in small numbers like in Minnesota, our lives are in jeopardy and it’s important for
Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford
01 Jun 2020
Larry Hamm, chairman of Newark, New Jersey’s Peoples Organization for Progress, “is one of the most consistent freedom fighters in Newark since the
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Paul Butler
03 Jun 2020
If we had something approaching equal justice, would we still even be the United States?
BAR editor and columnist Dr. Marsha Coleman-Adebayo and Robert Stubblefield
03 Jun 2020
While most advocates focus on police abuse of the black community, we must also hold accountable the people who call police and make false claims a
People Dispatch Staff
03 Jun 2020
Pandemic or not, Brazilian police kill multiples of Black youth every day of the year. Fourteen year-old João Pedro Mattos Pinto joins the list of