Trump’s Racism Toward Haiti Is not an Aberration

By Nia Imara Trump’s racist comments about Haiti and African countries—made January 11 on the eve of the eighth anniversary of the terrible earthquake in Haiti—were vulgar and unacceptable, but they are not an aberration. Rather they reflect the reality of U.S. policy toward so-called “underdeveloped” black and brown nations. In the wake of Trump’s […]

Sat., Feb. 10th, 2018 @ 7PM: Film Screening and Discussion: Reembarque, a chapter in the life of Haitians in Cuba

Please join us for the screening of this wonderful Cuban film on the history of Haiti and this dark chapter in the life of Haitians in Cuba: Saturday, February 10th, 2018, 7pm M.S. 246 – Walt Whitman Middle School 72 Veronica Pl. Brooklyn, NY 11226 (Entrance on Snyder Avenue) Donation: $20

Black Liberation and the Vietnamese struggle

African Americans reject imperialism, part 1 By Abayomi Azikiwe During the height of the genocidal war waged by the United States against the people of Vietnam during the 1960s and early 1970s, African Americans were involved in a life-and-death campaign in the U.S. aimed at reclaiming their national identity, human rights and racial dignity. January […]

Mutulu Shakur New Year Letter and April 2018 Parole Hearing

Peace, Firstly, I would like to ask for your forgiveness for such a long delay in responding to your letters of support, encouragement, seasons greetings and most importantly your individual requests. My delay is not indicative of disregard in any way– rather this last period, which has special implications in the Trump Era, calls for […]