Revolutionary Daily Thought

“Conventional wisdom would have one believe that it is insane to resist this, the mightiest of empires, but what history really shows is that today’s empire is tomorrow’s ashes; that nothing lasts forever, and that to not resist is to acquiesce in your own oppression. The greatest form of sanity that anyone can exercise is […]

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 […]

Bluez for Shaka

by  Marilyn Buck The young Black men in Texas fill up the Row where death is celebrated by ole Jim Crow Jim may be Bush or may be some Houston judge but we keep on trying to throw their bloody noose into history’s sludge murderers, murderers, no law can cover up your racist murder madness […]

Black Study, Black Struggle

Robin D. G. Kelley   Christopher Metzger   Editors’ Note: Answer Robin Kelley’s call for a rebirth of political education by organizing a reading group around our Radical Political Action Reading List, compiled by forum contributor Derecka Purnell and Harvard Law School student activists.   In the fall of 2015, college campuses were engulfed by fires ignited […]

The Black Working Class and the Early Civil Rightz Movement

by Devon Douglas-Bowers This is part two of a larger series on AHTribune.com on the history of black people in the US. In this article I examine the working-class’s relation to the early civil rights movement and how the workplace in both factories and schools was used as a means to fight against discrimination and racism. […]