Baby-Snatching Practice Blocked Motherhood For 20-million Seconds

Justice system abuses mothers with no apologies by:  Linn Washington Jr. Debbie Africa with son Mike Jr. (right) and lawyer Brad Thomson (left). LBW Photo The piercing, bone-deep pain for a parent from having their child forcefully snatched away by authorities is a hurt Debbie Sims Africa knows in horrific ways. The immense suffering some […]

Angola in Louisiana: Proving Ground for Racialized Capitalism

by W. T. WHITNEY The Civil War ended and Edward A. Pollard “of Virginia” immediately wrote a history of Confederate military operations. (1) There he insists that slavery is immune from moral blame. That’s because it “bestowed upon the world’s commerce in a half century a single product whose annual value was two hundred millions of […]

This racist ‘white game’ subjected black people to abuse in the 1930s

In the 1880s and 1930s, white people enjoyed this racist game that ridiculed African-Americans. It was side attraction for many newspaper ads. Watch!       source:This racist ‘white game’ subjected black people to abuse in the 1930s

‘How the black indigenes of West Papua are still fighting for independence since 1969.’

For over 50 years, the black indigenous community occupying the West Papua province of Indonesia have been fighting for their independence. The region was annexed by Indonesia in 1969 as provided by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2504 (XXIV). The annexation was considered controversial as the disaDutch, who had colonised the region considered West […]

Move’s Debbie Africa speaks

by John Mitchell Jun 20, 2018  Buy Now Attorney Brad Thomson, left, joined Debbie Africa and her son, Michael, at a news conference on Tuesday.— ABDUL R. SULAYMAN/TRIBUNE CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER Seated alongside a son she gave birth to while in prison who was holding her grand daughter, MOVE member Debbie Africa addressed the public for […]

The Biggest Lie in the White Supremacist Propaganda Playbook: Unraveling the Truth About ‘Black-on-White Crime’

  Executive Summary On a Wednesday night in June 2015, a 21-year-old white man walked into a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, and gunned down nine black parishioners taking part in a weekly Bible study group. Dylann Storm Roof sat quietly with the group for about an hour before taking out his Glock pistol […]

THE STEPCHILD OF LYNCHING

by Liliana Segura June 17 2018 A WEEK BEFORE the crowds arrived in Montgomery for the opening of the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, a monument to victims of lynching in the United States, Alabama prepared to kill 83-year-old Walter Moody. From his death watch cell at Holman prison, Moody called his attorney the night before […]

Prisoners Endure A Nightmare ‘Gulag’ In Lower Manhattan, Hidden In Plain Sight

BY AVIVA STAHL   JUN 19, 2018  (Madeleine Crenshaw / Gothamist) Half a block behind Manhattan’s federal courthouse, two blocks from City Hall, three blocks from the Brooklyn Bridge, and less than a mile from the hustle-and-bustle of Wall Street, sits a detention center that has been condemned by a United Nations human rights expert for exposing […]

Remembering Mtayari Shabaka Sundiata and 400 Years of New Afrikan Freedom Fighters!

Originally posted on newafrikan77:
Historically this war strategy, the consolidation of capital, politics, racist ideology and guns has its roots in the continent of Afrika and America. The initial development of colonialist expansion on the North American continent began with the Afrikan slave trade and the genocide perpetrated against the Native American Indians. It was off the backs…

Ernesto Guevara: The Man Who Gave Himself

By Yisel Martínez June 13, 2018 There are figures who never die, who cease being mere mortals to remain inevitably in history. People of thought, of character, of passion and sacrifice, who exalt human nature and attest to how much we can do as a species. Ernesto Che Guevara de la Serna is one of these […]