Between 1919 and 1939, the National Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs attempted to run a school for “wayward” Black girls called the Efland Home,
“We’re seeing a crumbling of Israel’s ability to defend and promote the apartheid state,” said political analyst Chris Hedges.
Haitians have all kinds of theories on what seven heavily armed American mercenaries were up to when they were arrested outside the country’s Centr
“The people have given us a referendum” on CPAC, the Civilian Police Accountability Commission, said Frank Chapman, of the Chicago
Who knew him five days ago? Today, he’s Play Dough— President— in handlers oily hands… Brazen 1% switcheroo,
Whistleblower Chelsea Manning is jailed for refusing to testify against Julian Assange, whose confinement in Ecuador's London embassy puts the lie
This week readers engaged with the question of reparations for slavery and Black America’s stake in environmentalism. Strong responses came for
Slavery is everywhere banned, but the ethos of the slave trade thrives in the baby-buying business.
The illegal slave trade continued right up to the Civil War, requiring US authorities to “recapture” and then expel the human cargo.
Vilissa Thompson fights to make sure that Black disabled people’s lives matter, too. A social worker and disabilities activist, T
Bernie Sanders is slightly more popular among black Democratic voters than white ones.
Teachers in the school district that was supposed to be the model for education reform just rebelled—and won.
Air pollution is disproportionately caused by white Americans' consumption of goods and services, but disproportionately inhaled by blacks and Hisp
A veteran labor activist says the Maduro government must boost national production and reduce prices, or face erosion of its political base.
The U.S. gives lip service to international law while relentlessly pursuing global domination.
- “The people have given us a referendum” on CPAC, the Civilian Police Accountability Commission, said Frank Chapman, of the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression.
- “ADOS followers throw away the internationalism of their forbears, embracing instead a sometimes polite, but always frank hostility toward immigrants of all nations on the grounds that they
- What makes US progressives think that the Lords of Capital will be more tolerant of austerity-busting ‘socialists’ here at home than they are with Venezuela?
- Who knew him five days ago? Today, he’s Play Dough— President— in handlers oily hands… Brazen 1% switcheroo, another king nobody knew—
- Now that Trump’s sleazy associates are facing prison, lots of Democrats that never gave a damn about mass Black incarceration are self-righteously blasting the criminal injustice system.