Trump’s Racism Toward Haiti Is not an Aberration

By Nia Imara Trump’s racist comments about Haiti and African countries—made January 11 on the eve of the eighth anniversary of the terrible earthquake in Haiti—were vulgar and unacceptable, but they are not an aberration. Rather they reflect the reality of U.S. policy toward so-called “underdeveloped” black and brown nations. In the wake of Trump’s […]

This is the amerikkka you love

Jesse Washington in 1916 was castrated , beaten with shovels & bricks, & had his ears cut off. Afterwards he was set on fire. He tried to climb up the tree to get out of the fire, so they chopped his fingers off…….Jesse was only 15 years old. #shamewhitehistorymonth  

Florida Warden Retaliates For Article Publicizing Prison Abuses, Slave Labor and Prisoner Protest (2018)

By Kevin “Rashid” Johnson During early January 2018 my article “Florida Prisoners Are Laying It Down” was published online, which discussed the prevalence of enforced slave labor in the Florida Department of Corruption (FDOC), the brutally inhumane conditions under which its prisoners live, and a planned nonviolent protest they were staging in efforts to bring attention […]

Contradictions of White Supremacy

by Margaret Kimberley Freedom Rider: Contradictions of White Supremacy   “Very few white Americans stray far from this country’s racist origins.” American media have a collective crush on avowed racists. The New York Times is only the most recent perpetrator with their now maligned profile of an Ohio Nazi . The kid glove approach was too obvious and readers rose […]

In Libya, our brothers sold at auction

Sub-Saharan Africans sold in Libya, very little reaction from the French political world! Yet France has a heavy responsibility in the chaos permanently installed in this country. It succeeded in passing a resolution through an abusive interpretation of international law, which supported the NATO bombing of the country in good standing in the name of democracy […]

Remembering U.S. Soldiers Who Refused to Kill Native Amerikans at Sand Creek

A scholar shares the true story of two men who stood up and spoke out against the murder of American Indians, and how they are celebrated today. Native American tribal members pay their respects at the headstone of Union Officer, Capt. Silas Soule, at the Riverside Cemetery Dec. 03, 2014 in honor of the 150th […]