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
Danny Haiphong, BAR Contributing Editor
27 May 2020
Michael Jordan embodies the kind of athlete and Black leader that the U.S. ruling class has gone to great lengths to cultivate.
Raymond Nat Turner, BAR poet-in-residence
27 May 2020
How I wish I could sing her name  like Brother Ray or ‘Ree— ‘Cause Breonna Taylor’s real close  to Bryana Turner to me
Black Alliance For Peace
27 May 2020
The US Military Command in Africa allows Washington and its European allies to dominate the continent and its resources.
Jahan Choudhry BAR Comments Editor
27 May 2020
Recently, readers have been discussing democratic socialists, American exceptionalism, and identity politics.
Roberto Sirvent, BAR Book Forum Editor
27 May 2020
The Jamaican slave revolt of 1760-1761 was one war within an interlinked network of other wars.
Rhondda Robinson Thomas
27 May 2020
In white patriarchy-ruled South Carolina at the turn of the 20th century, manhood sometimes created temporary yet tenuous bonds between Black and w
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Rohn Kenyatta
27 May 2020
The summary execution of my brothers, sisters, women, men and children is so commonplace that it becomes numbing ‘white’ noise in the minds of an e
Lizzie Presser
27 May 2020
Black patients lose limbs at a rate triple that of others, despite the fact that diabetic amputations are, by some measures, the most preventable s
Stan Karp
27 May 2020
As bad as the Obama/Duncan era was for public education, the current administration is even more hostile.