Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley
24 Nov 2022
Analysis of the 2022 midterm election results and a report on the COP27 climate conference.
Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley
24 Nov 2022
Dr. Anthony Monteiro is a Duboisian scholar and founder of the Saturday Free School for Philosophy and Black Liberation, which recently celebrated…
Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley
24 Nov 2022
Kali Akuno is co-founder of Cooperation Jackson in Jackson, Mississippi. He recently attended the COP27 United Nations Climate Change Conference in…
Raymond Nat Turner, BAR poet-in-residence
23 Nov 2022
Music in Montreal: Our song, “The Internationale!”
Roberto Sirvent, BAR Book Forum Editor
23 Nov 2022
This week’s featured author is Cristina Mejia Visperas. Visperas is Assistant Professor of Communication at the University of Southern California.…
Tamanisha John
23 Nov 2022
If Haiti is "the poorest country in the hemisphere" it is because imperialist policies continue to impoverish and destabilize that nation. 
Hermela Aregawi
23 Nov 2022
The people of Ethiopia are understandably relieved that a peace agreement now exists between their government and the TPLF. But aspects of the…
Mark P. Fancher
23 Nov 2022
The day known as Thanksgiving is an opportunity to remember how the settler colonial state began its genocide against both indigenous people and…
Glen Ford , BAR executive editor
23 Nov 2022
Glen Ford wrote many powerful essays, but his unflinching analysis of the history of the holiday we call Thanksgiving endures nearly 20 years after…
OMNIBUS
Richard Matousek
23 Nov 2022
Lula da Silva's return to the Brazilian presidency is seen as a victory for the left. But he will have to struggle against forces who want to…
US Out of Africa Network
23 Nov 2022
The Black Alliance for Peace AFRICOM Watch Bulletin #43 includes an interview with a representative of the Revolutionary Socialist League of Kenya…
Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson
23 Nov 2022
Frantz Fanon was a fierce critic of the U.S., but he spent the last weeks of his life in Washington DC, where he hoped to be treated for leukemia.…