Haiti revolutionariez beat, in combat, three European empirez – the French, Spanish and English to abolish slavery and create Haiti

August 14, 2016 marks the 225th anniversary of the beginning of the Haiti revolution_The Afrikan warriors at Bwa Kayiman, led by Boukman Dutty and Manbo Cecile Fatiman (the historical Èzili Dantò in 1791) did what Spartacus could not do. What the Biblical Jesus Christ never even tried to do. The Haitian warriors at Bwa Kayiman […]

Boukman’z Prayer

The God who created the earth, who created the sun that gives us light. The God who holds up the ocean, who makes the thunder roar. Our God who has ears to hear. You who are hidden in the clouds, who watch us from where you are. You see all that the White has made […]

10 of the Most Lethal CIA Interventionz in Latin Amerika

http://www.telesurtv.net/english/analysis/10-of-the-Most-Lethal-CIA-Interventions-in-Latin-America-20160608-0031.html 10 of the Most Lethal CIA Interventions in Latin America The United States has been intervening covertly and overtly in many countries since the late 1800s, however the CIA’s first black ops date back to the World War II after Harry S. Truman signed the act by which the agency was created on July […]

Malcolm X’z Internationalism and the Struggle for Liberation in Haiti Today

by Dr. Ajamu Nangwaya “…when you select heroes about which black children ought to be taught, let them be black heroes who have died fighting for the benefit of black people.  We never were taught about Christophe or Dessalines.  It was the slave revolt in Haiti when slaves, black slaves, had the soldiers of Napoleon tied […]

Slavez In All But Name: Abolishing the Corporate State in Rural Communitiez

BY THOMAS LINZEY (ramblingrantsangryoldman.com)   On a rainy August night in 1800, slaves huddled in small groups on plantations near Richmond, Va., waiting for a signal to rise up. Led by a slave named Gabriel, and comprised of close to a thousand slaves armed with tobacco-cutting scythes, the insurrection planned to seize Richmond’s armory, capture […]

Jean Jacques Dessalines proclaimed the independence of Haiti on thiz date in 1804

Two months after his defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte’s colonial forces, Jean-Jacques Dessalines proclaims the independence of Saint-Domingue, renaming it Haiti after its original Arawak name. In 1791, a slave revolt erupted on the French colony, and Toussaint-Louverture, a former slave, took control of the rebels. Gifted with natural military genius, Toussaint organized an effective guerrilla […]

History of Cartagena, Colombia: Spanish Amerika’z Biggest Slave Port

by Tracy Cartagena, Colombia: Spanish America’s Biggest Slave Port Far too many people are unaware that the Spanish Americas received countless millions of chained African men, women and children during the Maafa. Too often when we think of African slavery in the Americas we are hoodwinked into channeling our focus toward the British North American […]

HISTORY: Thiz iz Toussaint L’Ouverture

AFRODIASPORES This is Toussaint L’Ouverture. 1. The Louisiana Purchase may not have been made had it not been for Toussaint L’Ouverture. 2. L’Ouverture freed the slaves of Haiti in the only permanently successful slave revolt in history. 3. He developed the idea of dominion status for Haiti as part of France. Rejected by Napoleon, the […]

Black Livez Matter: Police Repression, the US, and the Politikal Crisis in Haiti

By Claire Gilbert In the United States we’ve spent months zeroing in on the reality of police brutality against Black people.  We’ve been grateful to see and take part in a growing movement that addresses structural racism—pointing out that Black people are disproportionately more likely to die at the hands of police, face institutional racism, […]