Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford
18 May 2021
The US continues to insist that ISIS is to blame for recent violence in the Congo, where six million people have died since 1996, despite the fact
Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford
18 May 2021
“We’re going to present expert witnesses to flush out” centuries of genocide and other US crimes before an International Tribunal on US Human Right
Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford
18 May 2021
The bloodshed that has taken more than 200 Palestinian lives is the result of “a planned provocation to feed the ultra-right” in Israel, said
​​​​​​​ Ajamu Baraka, BAR editor and columnist
12 May 2021
Despite the quickening decline of the “West,” the US and its junior partners in imperialism are determined to hold humanity hostage to terminal cap
Raymond Nat Turner, BAR poet-in-residence
12 May 2021
The acrobats are back—riding bareback and backwards on Donkeys! They’re back juggling hocus-pocus focus groups;
Mark P. Fancher
12 May 2021
The U.S. can never be reformed to render justice to its African residents.
Matthew D. Lassiter
12 May 2021
Detroit’s wanton killing of hundreds of Blacks in the civil right era shows why most of today’s proposals to make police more accountable are bound
Tiana Reid
12 May 2021
There was no way to make light of this daunting book and its effects on me, no matter how much I thought I knew it.
Roberto Sirvent, BAR Book Forum Editor
12 May 2021
The author explores various social, political, and cultural sites that explore and highlight the Black pastoral experience. 
OMNIBUS
Joshua Moufawad-Paul
12 May 2021
“Disease poetics” has been part of global capitalism since its emergence.
Dr. Kweli Nzito
12 May 2021
Practitioners of the dark art of bigotry find a perfect camouflage behind impenetrable walls of denial to mask their wicked ways.
Riva Enteen
12 May 2021
If Biden wants to help workers, he can fully implement the National Labor Relations Act, which hasn’t been enforced in 86 years.