Mashpee Wampanoag Hip-Hop Artists Create Anti-Opioids Anthem with The GroovaLottos

  Photos Courtesy of SKL Hip-hop/Spoken-word collective Soul Poet’s Syndicate release “Flippin” an Anti-Opioids Anthem for a national Anti-Opioids Campaign. MASHPEE – “Flippin” or ‘Flipping Bags’ are street slang for selling heroin, a significant problem in communities throughout the USA. Among the hardest hit are Native American communities with the Mashpee Wampanoag having the highest […]

Death camp Treasure Island

September 1, 2017 by Carol Harvey During the Holocaust, Nazis tortured 6 million Jews. Men, women and children convulsed in Auschwitz showers suffocated by Zyklon-B gas. San Francisco’s Treasure Island displays similar features. Men, women and children are stricken with tumors and cancers from exposure to radiation, chemicals and lead the Navy dumped into island […]

Amerika Was Never White

Radical rightists purposefully mix “heritage” with “history,” rhetorically pining for a once proud “white” America. But history proves that America was never white. Joe Krulder History News Network   Events in Charlottesville recently cascaded into domestic terrorism. Three dead and dozens wounded as neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and other “alt-right” members descended upon the university that […]

Black Lives Matter in Cuba

By: Andrew King Afro-Cubans in Havana Plaza | Photo: EFE   It is precisely because of Cuba’s anti-racist and pro-worker policies that the U.S. government has labeled the country “a violator of human rights.” As activists unite to confront white supremacy in the United States, it is important for us to study other societies outside the […]

Amerikans Abandoned, POW/MIA’s in Vietnam

Researched and originally produced in the early 1990’s by the American Defense Institute, also reproduced and distributed by The Liberty House.SE Asia Americans Abandoned, POW/MIA’s in Vietnam March 1973: After years of fighting the Communists in SE Asia, the United States calls it quits, and its sons who fought the war and were captured by […]

The Utopian Dream of Portland (Oregon) Is Lit by Flames of Racist Hatred

by Susan Anglada Bartley When I moved to Portland 17 years ago, freshly graduated from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study with a degree in History and Literature of Marginalized Communities that I studied to earn with people so brilliant, people who worked so hard, researched so deeply that I should probably not […]

Caricatures: A Societal View On Race

  A history of Nubian-Melaninite caricatures in the United States The nature of caricatures show, to a great extent, what the racial societal views are of that time period. The coon caricature is one of the most dehumanizing of all of the insulting figures invented to describe Nubian-Melaninites in the United States. The coon was […]

Full text of “National Survival – Racial Imperative 1970.pdf (PDFy mirror)”

    25 February 1970     STUDENT THESIS     MflTICWflL SUWJ VflL — PAC I.AL I’PER/A\f ‘, BY   Gaum. Louis 0. §umu» f’lUTARv Police Corps     US JURY WAR COLLEGE, CARLISLE BARRACKS. PEHHSYLVIHU   £ ^opicia .   USAWC RESEARCH ELEMENT (Thesis)   NATIONAL SURVIVAL— RACIAL IMPERATIVE by Colonel Louis 0. […]

Amerika’s Toxic Prisons: The Environmental Injustices of Mass Incarceration

This collaborative feature by Truthout and Earth Island Journal is supported by a grant from the Fund for Investigative Journalism. It will be followed by a series of online investigative reports on the environment and mass incarceration. Candice Bernd, Zoe Loftus-Farren and Maureen Nandini Mitra Truthout and Earth Island Journal Keith Cole is the lead […]