Violence Is As Amerikan As Cherry Pie: The Words of Imam Jamil Al-Amin (H. Rap Brown)

    This video is a compilation of speeches and interviews made by Imam Jamil Abdul Al-Amin (formerly known as H. Rap Brown). For those who are interested in learning more, please see the links to the original videos below this description. Imam Jamil Al-Amin is currently serving time for a crime that he did […]

Afrikan Liberation Day represents expansion of human freedom

by Strike Thokoane Some 130 years ago, European powers met in Berlin to hatch an agenda of subjecting Africa and its peoples to mere vassals, property to be possessed and exploited for the benefit of white people. African Liberation Day celebrates the African people’s successful resistance to this oppression. The Day is also a proud commemoration […]

HUMANITARIAN CRISIS FOR BLACK PEOPLE IN COLOMBIA: “THEY HAVE TAKEN AWAY SO MUCH FROM US, EVEN THE FEAR”

The Afro Colombians are people with ancestral heritage of resistance and resilience but eternally condemned to the exile of our territories because of structurally racist policies, the armed conflict, and the abandonment of the Colombian state. We are the hen of the golden eggs of this country but we are treated like cockroaches. It is […]

NON-BLACK POC: STOP ASKING “WHERE IS BLACK LIVES MATTER?” EVERY TIME YOUR COMMUNITY IS UNDER ATTACK

Stop asking black folks for anything. At all. But particularly, don’t ask black people to re-focus their liberation “powers” and history of organizing on your community when it’s under attack. After the 2016 election, loads of history of organizing called for Michelle Obama to run for President in 2020. Run to save the white people from […]

BLACK FARMER: “WHITE WOMEN IN YOGA PANTS WITH ‘I’M WITH HER’ STICKERS” ARE THE ONES CALLING THE POLICE ON ME

In the age of Donald Trump, we hear a lot about overt displays of racism. But though the effects are just as harmful, rarely are white liberals and progressives called out for their shit. Chris Newman, the owner of Sylvanaqua Farms in Albemarle County, Va., just put these experiences in contrast to highlight just that, […]

Who Was Jim Crow?

Fifty years ago, the Voting Rights Act targeted the laws and practices of Jim Crow. Here’s where the name came from.   By Becky Little, National Geographic In 1944, the Detroit chapter of the NAACP held a mock-funeral for him. In 1963, participants in the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom symbolically buried him. Racial […]

Video~Release ALL Files in Mumia’s Case

Hot Video!! Cameo — Boots Riley & Angela Davis. A Monumental Change in Mumia’s Case and that of many other PA prisoners is before us. Please forward to your friends! Call the DA or email & Join us in Philly, Tues, March 30!! Takes a village to make a short video. Hany Massoud of Democracy […]

The Cuban Revolution: Still in Motion

by Danny Haiphong The author’s recent trip to Cuba confirmed his confidence in the power of people to transform their lives. It is also clear that “the US government has not stopped its ceaseless attack on the Cuban Revolution and probably never will as long as the US possesses an imperialist system.” Nevertheless, every Cuban he […]

Karen Spellman and the SNCC Legacy Project –Black Power Chronicle Part II

by BAR Editor and Columnist Dr. Marsha Adebayo From her vantage point in SNCC, Karen Spellman saw the birth of the modern Black Power Movement. She says “most Black people equated the concept of Black power with Black pride, Black consciousness, self-determination, controlling our own destinies and an end to repression.” Whites and conservative Blacks […]

Cops complain about white people wasting police time calling 911 with irrational fears of Black people

We know the way that Blackness is inherently seen as a threat makes even living while Black a dangerous activity, but what does the irrational and deadly fear of Black people actually sound like when communicated in words? On a Reddit law enforcement forum called “ProtectAndServe“, a verified police officer going by the name sf7was […]