Bad Karma

by Keith ‘Comrade Malik’ Washington You were vested with authority in order to oversee and care for those whose lives had become a bust. Instead of sustenance and care, you traumatize, degrade and dehumanize your charges, blatantly violating the public’s trust. For years I observed you – patiently I waited behind the scenes. You grew […]

NOW STREAMING —AFROPUNK MIXTAPE #037: Unapologetically Black

Happy New Years, AFROPUNK Family! Another year, more adventures, and importantly, more music. Fresh off the heels of the inaugural AFROPUNK Joburg festival, here is our first mixtape of the new year. AFROPUNK MIXTAPE #037: Unapologetically Black features the music of OSHUN, Benjamin Booker, Ecca Vandal, Nova Twins, Fantastic Negrito, Chaka Kahn, Algiers, Louder Than […]

No justice in 1946 racist lynching

The burial of George Dorsey and his sister, Dorothy Malcolm, in Bishop, Ga., in 1946. by Dianne Mathiowetz The Atlanta Journal Constitution announced in an exclusive report Dec. 28 that the FBI had “quietly closed its investigation into the murders” of two Black couples by a racist mob in 1946 at Moore’s Ford Bridge in rural […]