The Thiaroye massacre, 1944

by Steven Johns A short history of the mass killing of black soldiers in the Free French Forces who were protesting against non-payment of wages towards the end of World War II. It is an often-neglected fact that the majority of General De Gaulle’s Free French Forces were not white Frenchmen but were predominantly troops from […]

SENEGALESE PHOTOGRAPHER OMAR VICTOR DIOP REIMAGINES HISTORICAL MOMENTS OF BLACK PROTEST IN NEW PHOTO SERIES

  Senegalese fine arts and fashion photographer Omar Victor Diop describes his latest series, “Liberty,” as “a reinvented narrative of the history of the black people.” The powerful portraits tastefully showcase international moments of Black resistance spanning generations, including Bloody Sunday and the death of Trayvon Martin. “Liberty” will be exhibited at the Festival of […]

Europe’z Forgotten History: From Human Zooz to Human Trophiez Displayed in Museum Today

by GARIKAI CHENGU Global outrage was sparked when the Zimbabwean lion, Cecil was killed as a trophy; but to this day, Britain and America continue to display in museums human remains that are human trophies of their massacres and subjugation of indigenous populations. Britain has recently revealed that it is currently negotiating with Zimbabwe over the […]

Kaaris – Zoo – Clip officiel

Hardcore conscious Rap coming from Afrika/Kemet via France He is among the best “Hip Hop” artists on the African continent and the world. His tune ” Zoo” exhales the world of violence we are living it. He depicts the fact that capitalism has destroyed many places in the world. He exposes the increasing of poverty […]

Strugglez of Indigenouz peoplez in the Yukon

Oppression and resistance in Canada By G. Dunkel Whitehorse, Yukon — The poorest sections of people living in Canada are Indigenous. Called the First Nations, they include American Indians, Inuit and Metis. Ever since 1763, when France ceded nearly all its colonies in North America, the ruling class of Canada has been trying, sometimes by […]

NEW MUSIC: LISTEN TO NEW MUSIC FROM COMORIAN ISLAND ROCKER M’TORO CHAMOU’Z “PUNK ISLANDZ”

M’toro Chamou is an artist/writer/performer/composer from the island of Mayotte—an overseas department of France that lies within the Indian Ocean. Throughout it’s history, the island has been the subject of controversial ownership, as many believe the island belongs to The Comoros, despite being occupied by French law and influence and a military base. This struggle […]

The militant philosopher of Third World liberation

In 1953 Fanon moved to Algeria to work in the small town of Blida, about 50 miles from the capital Algiers. He applied for a position as a psychiatrist, having recently qualified. Fanon did not leave France for Algeria because he predicted the future publishing success of The Wretched of the Earth, or that a war […]

Black Time Travel: THE MOST BRILLIANT INTERVIEW OF JAMES BALDWIN

The late great James Baldwin was a prolific writer who called attention to so many injustices done to Black people through his life work.  He was also very outspoken against the wrongs that plagued Black people and also the homosexual community. Here is an interview of this great man talking about life an his journey. […]

‘Concerning Violence’ introducez new generations to Frantz Fanon

Review by The People’s Minister of Information JR Frantz Fanon was one of the greatest political scientists, writers and philosophers to live in the modern era and deal with the effects of colonialism on the oppressor and the oppressed. Born in 1925 on the island of Martinique, this psychiatrist by trade was hired by the […]

Updatez from the Movement

Half-page NY Times ad by the Committee the Save Mumia Abu-Jamal Open Letter Press Conference this Thursday, New York City at 9:30 am: Madiba Restaurant 46 West. 116th St. (between 5th and Malcolm X) with Cornel West. Teach-in for Marylin Zuniga and Mumia tonight Wednesday at 7pm: 420 Main Street, Orange NJ 07050 An Open Letter to PA […]