Amerikan Crime: Case #45: The Bay of Pigs Invasion, 1961

In that light, and in that spirit, “American Crime” is a regular feature of revcom.us. Each installment focuses on one of the 100 worst crimes committed by the U.S. rulers—out of countless bloody crimes they have carried out against people around the world, from the founding of the U.S. to the present day.   Plan […]

Sat., Feb. 10th, 2018 @ 7PM: Film Screening and Discussion: Reembarque, a chapter in the life of Haitians in Cuba

Please join us for the screening of this wonderful Cuban film on the history of Haiti and this dark chapter in the life of Haitians in Cuba: Saturday, February 10th, 2018, 7pm M.S. 246 – Walt Whitman Middle School 72 Veronica Pl. Brooklyn, NY 11226 (Entrance on Snyder Avenue) Donation: $20

Support the UN Campaign for Ana Belen Montes!

Together we can free Ana Belen Montes!   Download the letter attached and send it to the U.N. High Commissioner on Human Rights! Read her biography below andSUPPORT THE MOVEMENT TO FREE HER! Who is Ana Belen Montes? Ana Belen Montes was on February 28th, 1957 in Western Germany, where her military-officer father was based as an Army doctor. […]

STATEMENT FROM CUBAN MISSION TO THE UN ON THE INHUMANE BLOCKADE AGAINST THE CUBAN PEOPLE DELIVERED… “BEFORE” HURRICANE IRMA CAME LAST NIGHT!

STATEMENT FROM CUBAN MISSION TO THE UNITED NATIONS ON THE INHUMANE BLOCKADE AGAINST THE CUBAN PEOPLE  DELIVERED; “BEFORE” HURRICANE IRMA CAME LAST NIGHT!  PLEASE READ BELOW & LET’S ALL SEE WHEN OR IF THE U.S. MAINSTREAM MEDIA WILL PUBLICLY “MAKE THE CONNECTION” DURING THEIR REPORTS ON THE ISLANDS DEVASTATION. REPUBLIC OF CUBA Permanent Mission to the […]

A gathering to honor a freedom fighter

by SAEED SHABAZZ Assata Shakur “My name is Assata (she who struggles) Olugbala (for the people) Shakur (the thankful one), and I am a 20th century escaped slave,” she wrote on her website in 2013. “Because of government persecution, I was left with no other choice than to flee from the political repression, racism and violence […]

ESSAY: 4 MOVEMENTS / 12 MOMENTS IN THE LIFE OF AN EX-SLAVE

      Long Live Assata!     1.1 I’m not afraid to die but I am afraid I’m going to die. Afraid that, outside of a grave, there will not be one square inch of earth on which I can reside; afraid that my enemies will not allow me to breathe unless concrete and […]

Cuba pledges refuge for ‘U.S. civil rights fighters’

By Chris Fry   On June 16, Donald Trump, while announcing the rollback of President Obama’s modest improvements in U.S. imperialism’s posture towards revolutionary Cuba, demanded Cuba return freedom fighter Assata Shakur. As part of the Cuban government’s overall response to Trump’s attack, Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez rebuffed Trump’s demand: “Regarding the issue of the […]

Black Anarchists and Pan-Afrikanists: An Interview with Philip A. Howard

  Dr. Philip A. Howard is a historian who researches the Afro-Cuban and African influence in Latin America and the Caribbean. Chair of the Department of History at the University of Houston, Howard is the author two books: Changing History: The Afro-Cuban Cabildos and Societies of Color in the Nineteenth Century (LSU Press, 1998) and the recently […]

If You Embrace Assata, You Must Fight the Black Misleadership Class

A Black Agenda Radio commentary by executive editor Glen Ford Donald Trump’s lynch party seeking the extradition of Assata Shakur from Cuba includes every U.S. president — most especially Barack Obama, who doubled the bounty on her head and demanded “that a home-grown Black revolutionary and escaped political prisoner be returned to captivity.” As for […]