Richard B. Moore: “Dogs and Slaves are Named by Their Masters; Free Men Name Themselves!”

Richard B. Moore was a Caribbean activist in the early and mid 20th century. by Norman (Otis) Richmond aka Jalali Not so very long ago, most Black Americans answered to the term “Negro.” But, not Richard B. Moore, a “race man” who was also a socialist and a member of the African Blood Brotherhood, the […]

The forgotten riot that sparked Boston’s racial unrest

At the start of June 1967, a riot erupted in the Grove Hall neighborhood. At left, a man is arrested. At right, police stood in the street on June 1 as tensions mounted. Photos by Bob Dean/Globe Staff/File Fifty years ago today, riots convulsed Roxbury, as the civil rights tumult of the ‘60s finally reached […]

Even before sanctuary citiez, here’z how Black Amerikanz protected fugitive slavez

Over the past few days, the national climate has grown increasingly tense over the issue of “sanctuary” cities and states. Local communities, including some college and university campuses, have pledged to shield undocumented children and adults from President Donald Trump’s proposals for deportation. Municipalities and campuses remain steadfast even in the face of the president’s […]

The Sacrificez Of Slain Black Panther Party Leader Fred Hampton And Hiz Family Are A Lesson In Black Love

“In the wake of the Black Panther Party’s 50th anniversary, and the anniversary of the state sponsored assassination of one of its rising stars, Fred Hampton, we spoke with his only child, Fred Hampton Jr. about how he and his parents sacrificed their own well being for the love of Black people and their liberation.” […]

Black Amerika and the passing of Fidel Castro

By Bill Fletcher, Jr. It is impossible to discuss Fidel Castro outside of an examination of the Cuban Revolution. And, while I hear that there are many Cuban Americans dancing with glee upon news of the death of President Castro, I know that the emotions within Black America are and will continue to be quite […]

Black Amerikan Anti-Imperialism: an Invisible Subject for the New York Timez

  To read the foreign policy pages of the New York Times is to enter a world of whiteness. “Whites are the only ones who are presumed to have an opinion on such issues that is worth mentioning.” Although Black America is the nation’s most anti-imperial constituency, foreign policy is considered a white preserve. Blacks […]

Working az intended in Dallas and beyond: The inextricably wound threadz of White Nationalism and US law enforcement

by Johnny Islamabad Everybody knows what happened last week. Everybody knows: the streetside roadrage execution of Delrawn Small under the indifferent glare of a Brooklyn stoplight on July 4. The parking lot tackle-and-slaughter of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge for the crime of selling CDs outside a store on July 5. The videotaped, thoughtless murder […]

World Recoilz az U.S. Slave Patrollerz Kill in Defense of Empire

  by BAR editor and columnist Dr. Marsha Adebayo The Bahamas has warned its citizens to be cautious in the U.S., and Black Londoners rallied in solidarity with Black American resistance to racist violence. “Leaders on the African continent, such as, Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana as well as the Caribbean and South America, must also […]

Schooled By Youtube: Did the 13TH AMENDMENT Really End Slavery??

We were taught in school that the 13th Amendment slavery. That is not the case. It began something new for Blacks in America…..something that is still crippling our civilization. This Episode was written by Moni Tano. Check out her Youtube channel and Website! http://www.youtube.com/MoniTano http://www.MoniTano.com Sources and Additional Information: -Blackmon, Douglas A. Slavery By Another […]

SCHOOLED BY YOUTUBE: IN MEMORY OF MALCOLM X….UNAPOLOGETIC & UNCOMPROMISING

  Learn about MALCOLM X’s Mission and Message to show that what we called a civil rights issue against “black citizens in America” was actually a HUMAN RIGHTS issue on African people that lived in America. He understood that fighting to be included in a system that was never intended for blacks was fruitless and […]