Managing a Nightmare: How the CIA Watched Over the Destruction of Gary Webb By Ryan Devereaux|
Links between the cocaine trade, Nicaragua's Contra rebels, and African American neighborhoods in California
Lord's Prayer to Hugo Chávez angers Catholic church in Venezuela
Socialist party congress directs prayer to 'Our Chávez who art in heaven', drawing church retort that text is 'untouchable'
The Origin of the Palestine-Israel Conflict
Prof. Sir Hilary Beckles Speech To British House Of Commons
CARICOM Reparations Commission calls for Reparatory Justice for the crime of slavery in presentation to UK House of Commons
The Case for Reparations
Two hundred fifty years of slavery. Ninety years of Jim Crow. Sixty years of separate but equal. Thirty-five years of racist housing policy. Until we reckon with our compounding moral debts, America will never be whole. By Ta-Nehisi Coates
Polygamy in Africa has little to do with sex msafropolitan.com
Who Was Jim Crow?
Jackson, Sharpton, Holder & Ferguson|
November 24, 2014 : By Margaret Kimberley
If a picture is worth 1,000 words the photo above proves the old adage to be true. This image encapsulates so much that is wrong with the so-called leaders of the black political class. Each of the three men depicted make a mockery of any claim to be allies of black people.
Ebola, Human Rights and Poverty
October 28, 2014 : By Alicia Ely Yamin
The catastrophic Ebola crisis unfolding in West Africa offers many lessons, not least for global anti-poverty efforts. These will culminate in a set of targets, to be agreed by the United Nations in 2015, known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Real Ebola Conspiracy
October 14, 2014 : By Margaret Kimberley
Ebola, now officially known as Ebola virus disease (EVD), has claimed thousands of lives in sporadic outbreaks ever since it was identified in the Congo in 1976. Scientists are unsure of its exact origins but hypothesize...
10 Myths About Obama's Latest War in Iraq and Syria
October 03, 2014 : By Reese Erlich
Veteran foreign correspondent Reese Erlich was in northern Iraq at the start of the U.S. bombing campaign against Islamic State. He says the reality on the ground is far different from the propaganda coming out of Washington.