Cornel West on Obama: "The First Black President Has Become The First Niggerized Black President"|
'Structural Looting' of Black Communities Driving Protesters to Baltimore Streets By Sarah Lazare
Eduardo Galeano on Haiti by Kim Ives
Haiti Dreadlocks Protest Eurocentric Profiling Haiti Dreadlock Wearers Demand: A Stop to Persecution by US Puppet Regime
Light Girls, When Documentaries Get It Wrong by Jessica Ann Mitchell
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
The Paris Attacks and the White Lives Matter Movement|
November 21, 2015 : By Ajamu Baraka
I received a message from one of my friends in Lebanon who asked with feigned curiosity why the U.S. media only gave a passing reference to the bombing in Beirut before turning to non-stop coverage of the attacks in Paris.
Ahmed Mohamed and Abdulrahman al-Awlaki
September 27, 2015 : By Margaret Kimberley
"If Syrians and Libyans can have their countries torn asunder, then a precocious teenager can be hauled off by the police."
"Cool clock, Ahmed. Want to bring it to the White House? We should inspire more kids like you to like science. It's what makes America great." Those words came from president Obama’s twitter account
Obama's Africa Hypocrisy
August 10, 2015 : By Margaret Kimberley
On January 20, 2017 Barack Obama will leave the presidency and those black people capable of critical thought will have many reasons to breathe sighs of relief. They will no longer have to submit to condescending lectures directed exclusively at them.
Humanitarian Occupation of Haiti: 100 Years and Counting
July 30, 2015 : By Mark Schuller
Several college campuses, professional associations, social movements, and political parties are marking the occasion with a series of reflections and demonstrations. Several have argued that the U.S. has never stopped occupying Haiti, even as military boots left in 1934...