“The issue of political prisoners goes to the heart of US treatment of African American resistance in the radical tradition,” said former Black Pan
The December 12th Movement has called for nationwide demonstrations demanding Black reparations on August 15, which is the 18thanniversary of the 2
Adam Bledsoe, a professor of Geography, Environment and Society at the University of Minnesota, has compiled a comprehensive “Minn
“If they come for me in the morning, they will come for you in the night.” ― Angela Y. Davis
More than half the 1.2 million Americans displaced by “urban renewal” were Black.
“Interest convergence” and “pragmatic compromise” are euphemisms for what might better be called opportunism and truth-avoidance.
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The lesson is to remain woke, because not all abolitionists share the goal of Black liberation.
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Prisoners’ supporters and loved ones demanded release of half the population and no transfers between prisons or to ICE.
- Adam Bledsoe, a professor of Geography, Environment and Society at the University of Minnesota, has compiled a comprehensive “Minneapolis Uprising Syllabus” containing articles and
- Black politics does not exist in the Democratic Party, because the duopoly system serves only the corporate rulers.
- Craven black misleaders jumped at the chance to side with white corporate power against radical white allies.
- Harper’s “Letter” is little more than an exercise in white insecurity and opportunism among so-called liberal sections of the establishment.
- The African radical, anti-imperialist, internationalist movement, sees the Chinese state and the Chinese people much differently than the U.S. state and its ruling class.