Margaret Kimberley, BAR Executive Editor and Senior Columnist
20 Sep 2023
Barack Obama devastated millions of people all over the world and speaks of his actions as if they were committed by someone else. It is a masterful…
Editors, The Black Agenda Review
20 Sep 2023
Where are multinational corporations in discussions of reparations? The late Jamaican political economist Norman Girvan provides an answer.        
Ann Garrison, BAR Contributing Editor
20 Sep 2023
Rasmus Sonderriis's book is a thorough exposé of the West's destructively deceitful narrative about Ethiopia's two-year Tigray War.
Raymond Nat Turner, BAR poet-in-residence
20 Sep 2023
                                                                                           Hair in the game…
Roberto Sirvent, BAR Book Forum Editor
20 Sep 2023
This week’s featured author is Celeste Winston.
Jon Jeter
20 Sep 2023
Any talk of discussing class instead of racism is disingenuous in a country which uses every opportunity to indulge in anti-Black racism. The history…
Essam Elkorghli
20 Sep 2023
The U.S./NATO destruction of the Libyan state in 2011 was followed unilateral coercive measures, sanctions, which rendered that nation unable to…
Anthony Karefa Rogers-Wright
20 Sep 2023
Liberalism impacts every movement in the U.S. and climate justice organizations are not exempt. 
Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley
15 Sep 2023
Camila Escalante is an editor for Kawsachun News and a Latin America correspondent for Presstv.
Atlanta Community Press Collective
06 Sep 2023
The state of Georgia is using the RICO organized crime statute to crush Stop Cop City protests.
Natalia Marques
06 Sep 2023
Socialists, organizers, and working class leaders in the United States describe the challenges the movement faces, and what is to be done to overcome…
Dyana Bagby
06 Sep 2023
The petition process to put Cop City on the ballot in Atlanta continues, despite Atlanta public officials' insistence on building a so-called public…