Amerika uses military grade chemical weapons on prisoners that it bombs Syria for using in civil war

by Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson Tear gas, a banned chemical weapon Poison gases were first developed and widely used as battlefield weapons during World War I. Among those weapons were chlorine gas, mustard gas and the benignly named “tear gas,” all of which have similar effects, toxicity and lethality. Because of universal aversion to these weapons, […]

Haitian workers march for living wage

By G. Dunkel Inflation is a cruel blow in Haiti, where the per capita income is $350 a year ($409 in urban areas), and the daily minimum wage is only $2.50 for workers in the textile industry. Workers throughout Haiti know that life is getting harder, and it’s difficult just to feed themselves and their […]

Remembering South Africa’s catastrophe: the 1948 poll that heralded apartheid

Amid extensive media coverage of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the state of Israel – commemorated by Palestinians as the naqba (catastrophe) – it’s important that the 70th anniversary of South Africa’s own tragedy should not pass unnoticed. That is the election of May 1948 which brought the National Party to power on a platform […]


‘The Water Will Carry Us’ is a gripping, powerful film that tells the story of stolen Africans being thrown from the slave ship during the Middle Passage. But upon crashing into the waves, the unimaginable happens with Yoruba Orishas dwelling in the waters save these spirits. With the use of some gorgeous stop-motion animation, Gabrielle […]

500 years is long enough! Human Depravity in the Congo

by Robert J Burrowes   I would like to tell you something about human depravity and illustrate just how widespread it is among those we often regard as ‘responsible’. I am going to use the Democratic Republic of the Congo as my eample. As I illustrate and explain what has happened to the Congo and its people […]

Erasing the Line: The Organic Link Between the Struggles of the Working Class, Amerika’s Prison Population, and Black Amerika

by Jason Renard Walker, Deputy Minister of Labor – NABPP-PC One of the most important ways that a tiny 0.01% of the population controls all of society is through its police, military, and prisons. These are some of the fascist institutions within capitalism that, through its control of mass media, can shape and mold how […]

The Plot to Kill Malcolm X: Karl Evanzz and the 25th Anniversary of the Judas Factor

Author and journalist Karl Evanzz joined us again to discuss the newly released and updated special 25th anniversary of The Judas Factor: The Plot to Kill Malcolm Shabazz. “Karl Evanzz 25th Anniversary of the Judas Factor The Plot to Kill Malcolm X”IMIXWHATILIKE.ORG Audio Player 00:00 00:00 Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. 1. “Karl Evanzz 25th […]