Behind the News with Doug Henwood
14 Feb 2019
Like the 2006 strike of 30,000 NYC transit workers, and the 2012 strike of 30,000 Chicago teachers, the 2019 Los Angeles teacher strike made the li
Raymond Nat Turner , BAR poet-in-residence
13 Feb 2019
If “all options are on the table” Let’s hear filters usurping skull and crossbones drinking water 400 times
Danny Haiphong , BAR contributor
13 Feb 2019
How can a guy that praises the CIA and the FBI claim to be following in the footsteps of Frederick Douglass?
Ann Garrison , BAR contributor
13 Feb 2019
The US Mafia State [USMS] is still trying to bump off another sovereign state—Venezuela.
Lee Fang
13 Feb 2019
“Harris’s first campaign reflected familiar tactics in an era of booming mass incarceration.”
Roberto Sirvent, BAR Book Forum Editor
13 Feb 2019
Policies and laws promoting equity and equality of any type are under severe attack now in Brazil.
Roberto Sirvent, BAR Book Forum Editor
13 Feb 2019
Throughout their history the police have reliably served the interests of white supremacy. 
Jahan Chowdhry, BAR Comments Editor
13 Feb 2019
This week readers were eager to discuss anti-Russian war hysteria and the role of privatization in public education.
Black Agenda Radio with Nellie Bailey and Glen Ford
11 Feb 2019
“African feminism searches for solutions “that are not rooted in colonial structures,” said Dr Alicia Decker, of Penn State Univer
Ellen Brown
13 Feb 2019
Venezuela’s hyper-inflation is caused by US economic warfare, not government spending on social needs.
Greg Palast
13 Feb 2019
The coup is, at it heart, a furious backlash of whiter and wealthier Venezuelans against the mixed race and Black majority.
Black Agenda Radio with Nellie Bailey and Glen Ford
11 Feb 2019
Super-rich people’s “charitable” contributions “haven’t done anything to halt inequality,” said Dr Carl Rhodes, of the University