Malcolm X

Malcolm X and Human Rights in the Time of Trumpism: Transcending the Masters Tools

by BAR editor and columnist Ajamu Baraka

Malcolm X understood that “oppressed peoples must commit themselves to radical political struggle in order to advance a dignified approach to human rights.” What’s needed is a bottom-up mass movement for People(s)-Centered Human Rights, a “political project in the service of the oppressed” that “names the enemies of freedom: the Western white supremacist, colonial/capitalist patriarchy.” Social revolution is the only solution.

The Global Dimensions of the Life and Legacy of Malcolm X

by Abayomi Azikiwe

The world cannot realize stability unless the drive for global domination by imperialism is

overthrown. This truism was at the heart of Malcolm X?s struggles. The awareness and activism of people inside and outside the U.S. must be harnessed into a movement committed to fundamental transformation of the exploitative and oppressive system.

To the Memory of Malcolm X: Fifty Years After His Assassination

by Ike Nahem

Half a century after his murder, Malcolm X has been transformed into “a harmless icon, with his sharp revolutionary anti-imperialist and anti-capitalist political program diluted and softened.” Therefore, it is vital that we celebrate and study the real Malcolm X, who “rejected lesser-evilism and the two-party set up and division of labor that oversaw the capitalist system of racism, imperialism, and exploitation.”

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