The Distinction Between Slavery And Race In U.S. History

by   PATRICK RAEL The history of the Electoral College is receiving a lot of attention. Pieces like this one, which explores “the electoral college and its racist roots,” remind us how deeply race is woven into the very fabric of our government. A deeper examination, however, reveals an important distinction between the political interests […]

Indigenouz Weaverz in Guatemala Mobilize to Defend Their Craft and Cultural Rightz

Photo: Weavers from indigenous communities across Guatemala gather outside the congressional building to demand the protection of their collective intellectual property rights. Photo by Jeff Abbott Indigenous weavers in Guatemala are challenging the appropriation of their identities by both national and transnational companies. On November 24, hundreds of indigenous weavers from across the country made […]

Help prisonerz break the ban on Bay View

It’s time to make a way out of no way. Censorship of the Bay View around the country – originally because prison authorities fear the widespread prison strikes to end slavery – appears to have become a habit, a way to kill the paper once and for all. We have physical evidence now that the […]


(The plan needs a group, organization or prominent person to give it a national platform.) Plan: Have a minimum consecutive 24, to 96 hours nationally televised town hall marathon regarding the effects of racism & poverty and crowdfund on air to eliminate our poverty. What we do will be unprecedented. In essence we will crowdfund […]


With the future Donald Trump administration looming overhead as the Orange One assembles his inexperienced and unqualified billionaire cabinet, we put together a collection of songs that reflect our heavy hearts, frustrations, and most of all our resilience. AFROPUNK Mixtape #024: In The Face Of Evil features politically charged music by A Tribe Called Quest, Willow […]

White Supremacy Isn’t a Fad, It’z a System

(image source) With a newly, perhaps unlawfully, elected U.S. president gleefully endorsed by the KKK, we are going to have to get smarter about the way we talk about white supremacy.  I’ve been studying white supremacy for more than twenty-five years. Let me share with a few of the basics that I’ve learned from my research. White […]


 by  Nana Baakan Agyiriwah  Third generation physician and author of the Isis Papers, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing passed a way in January 2016. Weeks before her transition she told her Cress Welsing Institute students that Donald J. Trump would be the next president of the United States. Her clairvoyance was a a product of her […]

Breaking the Curse of Willie Lynch.

by KENNETH HOFFMAN Gentleman, I greet you here on the banks of the James River in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Twelve. First, I shall thank you, the gentlemen of the Colony of Virginia, for bringing me here. I am here to help you solve some of your problems with […]

Slavery, Democracy, And The Racialized Rootz Of The Electoral College

BY CHRISTOPHER F. PETRELLA At 11:45 p.m. on November 6, 2012, Donald Trump tweeted that “the electoral college is a disaster for a democracy.” Four years later, at 2:31 a.m. on November 9, 2016, the Associated Press projected that Donald Trump would win the state of Wisconsin and therefore surpass the required 270 Electoral College […]

California teacher’z lesson plan on equality: ‘If you hang one black person, hang them all’

by Thandisizwe Chimurenga   The problem with this picture is that there should be more black people hanging, not less.   President-(s)elect Donald Trump hasn’t assumed office yet, but legions of racist assholes throughout the country have been emboldened by his win and have made their way into the light of day. One of them is in […]