Michael Harriot
16 Sep 2020
Just because enslaving and stealing labor from Black people was perfectly legal prior to 1868, America should not get to ignore descendants of the
Paul Street
16 Sep 2020
Their names are not as familiar as George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, but these victims have paid the ultimate price, dying in the line of anti-racis
Raymond Nat Turner, BAR poet-in-residence
16 Sep 2020
I have a friend—some- time bandmate—Daily… Whining, wringing his hands. Distressed and depressed—
Jahan Choudhry, BAR Comments Editor
16 Sep 2020
This week Ibram X. Kendi, Toussaint Louverture, community control of the police, and the trial of Julian Assange were on your minds.
Nada Mustafa Ali
16 Sep 2020
Students of all ages can share the experiences of women from the slum margins of Nairobi and young female shapeshifters at a Detroit homeless shelt
Roberto Sirvent, BAR Book Forum Editor
16 Sep 2020
The author examines the lives of five Black female historical figures and challenges some deeply-held ideas about Black women in politics
Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford
15 Sep 2020
If he were alive today, Malcolm X “would be a harsh and clear critic of everything that’s happening” under the Black Lives Matter banner, said Mich
Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford
15 Sep 2020
“There’s long been a recognition of this intertwining of slavery, white supremacy, racism and capitalism,” said Dr.
Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford
15 Sep 2020
A Minneapolis judge is moving forward with jury selection in the 2nd degree murder trial of the cop that killed George Floyd.
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y Joaquin Sapien, Topher Sanders, Nate Schweber and Daniel Zender
16 Sep 2020
Of at least 77 allegations made against McCormack in 26 separate CCRB complaints, 29 were unsubstantiated; five were ‘unfounded.’”
Daniel Carpenter
16 Sep 2020
The post office could again become a platform for savings banks . while advancing broadband access to underserved communities
King Downing and Frances Madeson
16 Sep 2020
Some local unions have started to stand up to militias in much the same way as they have against police brutality.