Revolutionary Daily Thought

LONG LIVE THE DRAGON George Lester Jackson September 23, 1941 – August 21, 1971 This monster – the monster they’ve engendered in me will return to torment its maker, from the grave, the pit, from the profoundest pit. Hurl me into the next existence, the descent into hell won’t turn me. I’ll crawl back to […]

Seize the Time on September 9

by an Ohio prisoner  pemalink Revolutionary greetings to all kaptives inside the gulags of the united snakes of a-murder (U$A). Because of the constant oppression we face by the fact that imperialism won’t let up as long as capitalism exists, we must continue to create effective ways of fighting capitalism, ultimately bringing an end to […]

Kasama book club continuez: Learning from the Pantherz

by admin@kasamaproject.org For the month of March and April the national Kasama Book Club studied the book “Black Against Empire” by Joshua Bloom and Waldo E. Martin. Below are the thoughts of Ryan, who is involved in a local Kasama book club in NYC. We encourage people wherever they are to read with us and […]

Policing, Mass Imprisonment, and the Failure of Amerikan Lawyerz

Harvard Law Review Forum Commentary by Alec Karakatsanis 128 Harv. L. Rev. F. 253 It did not surprise me that almost every child in the D.C. public high school class raised a hand when I asked if any of them had been stopped and searched by the police. When I told them that being stopped […]

White Supremacy Continuez to Provide Protection 4 Imperialism

American white nationalism by Danny Haiphong “The history leading up to the so-called American ‘Revolution’ is riddled with US imperial deception.” The rebellion was actually a counter-revolution by slave owners and land pirates who feared the British Crown would not “allow their profitable white supremacist enterprise to continue.” The result was the creation of the world’s first […]

The material basis for Black Livez Matter movement

By Workers World staff posted on May 19, 2015 The rebellions in both Ferguson, Mo., and Baltimore in response to state terror — more commonly called police brutality — are the most tremendous examples of rising social upheaval in the United States. The Black Lives Matter movement that has sprung up in the wake of […]

40 Acrez and a Mule Would Be at Least $6.4 Trillion Today—What the U.S. Really Owez Black Amerika

Slavery made America wealthy, and racist policies since have blocked African American wealth-building. Can we calculate the economic damage? by Jeff NeumannTracy and Loeffelholz Dunn Yes! Magazine ‏ Sources:Introduction http://theconversation.com/slavery-in-america-back-in-the-headlines-33004 http://www.civil-war.net/census.asp?census=Total 1. 1.5 million pounds in 1790 and 2.25 billion pounds in 1859, based on Empire of Cotton, by Sven Beckert (2014) pgs. 104, 106 […]

Vietnam’z Ho Chi Minh: ‘On lynching & the Ku Klux Klan’

Long Live Uncle Ho and the National Liberation Front (the people’z Army) that defeated the French and the United Snakez (Amerikkka). Mad Love and honour to the Black Panther Party. This May 19 will mark the 125th birthday anniversary of the great anti-imperialist leader, Ho Chi Minh. “Uncle Ho” was a leader of the National […]

The link between capitalism and racism

by Kate Jeffreys We live in an age of racism. In Australia, the federal and Western Australian governments’ attempt to drive Aboriginal people in remote communities from their land is only the latest episode in the war on Indigenous people. In the United States, there is an epidemic of police slayings of predominantly Black young […]

Lynn Stewart Innerview: In Defense Of

Jean Stevens interviews Lynne Stewart The “people’s lawyer” on her most controversial criminal defense cases—including the one that sent her to prison. Courtesy of Lynne Stewart. During America’s civil rights and women’s liberation movements of the 1960s and ’70s, hundreds of activists who challenged state repression and surveillance faced arrests and criminal convictions. Many such […]