How Poor Black Livez Matter to U.S. Capitalism Today: Reflectionz on “The New Jim Crow”

by Paul Street The U.S. mass incarceration regime measures Black lives by the value that can be derived from their imprisonment. “The ‘new Jim Crow’ is about disciplining a deindustrialized Black lumpen proletariat and turning it into a largely inert, deindustrialized profit-source whose ‘value added’ comes mainly from the mere fact of its captive existence.” […]

The White Supremacist Effect: How Underprivileged Whitez are Conditioned to Believe That They’re Superior to Blackz

By Shelby Jefferson At the conclusion of the historic voting rights marches in Selma, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous “How Long, Not Long” speech from the steps of the Alabama State Capitol. During the address, King analyzed the systemic origins of the racial divide existing between poor whites and Blacks in the […]

A Modest Proposal for the Abolition of Slavery in Amerika in the 21st Century (2006)

by Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson Minister of Information Nu-Afrikan Black Panther Party-PC Single acts of tyranny may be ascribed to the accidental opinion of a day; but a series of oppressions, begun at a distinguished period and pursued unalterably through every change of ministers, too plainly prove a deliberate, systematic plan of reducing [a people] to […]

JailHouse Rock: Afrikan-Amerikan Fighting Style

In order to understand how an African martial art came to be in the Prison system in the evolved gloriously mutated manifestation known as “Jail House Rock” one needs to understand the political, economic and racially charged environment of the United States before and principally after the great “Civil War”. During the African Holocaust of […]

Never Forget: Your Perspective on Slavery Will Change After Watching Thiz Video

The African-American chattel slavery experience The African-American chattel slavery experience truthfully summed up in less than seven minutes. Video from: megalopolisuk source: http://kalamu.com/neogriot/2015/06/05/history-video-the-african-american-chattel-slavery-experience/

The Origin of Amerikan Policing: by W.E.B. Du Bois

by NOI Research The Origin of American Policing: W.E.B. Du Bois [from BLACK RECONSTRUCTION: AN ESSAY TOWARD A HISTORY OF THE PART WHICH BLACK FOLK PLAYED IN THE ATTEMPT TO RECONSTRUCT DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA, 1860-1880] “The system of slavery demanded a special police force and such a force was made possible and unusually effective by the […]

40 Acrez and a Mule Would Be at Least $6.4 Trillion Today—What the U.S. Really Owez Black Amerika

Slavery made America wealthy, and racist policies since have blocked African American wealth-building. Can we calculate the economic damage? by Jeff NeumannTracy and Loeffelholz Dunn Yes! Magazine ‏ Sources:Introduction http://theconversation.com/slavery-in-america-back-in-the-headlines-33004 http://www.civil-war.net/census.asp?census=Total 1. 1.5 million pounds in 1790 and 2.25 billion pounds in 1859, based on Empire of Cotton, by Sven Beckert (2014) pgs. 104, 106 […]

The link between capitalism and racism

by Kate Jeffreys We live in an age of racism. In Australia, the federal and Western Australian governments’ attempt to drive Aboriginal people in remote communities from their land is only the latest episode in the war on Indigenous people. In the United States, there is an epidemic of police slayings of predominantly Black young […]

Bobby Wright And Mentacide

by Conrad W. Worrill, PhD “Most African people in America are aware that our minds were tampered with as a result of our forced capture and enslavement in America. The impact of this process is central to the international component of the Reparations Movement.” So many of the problems that African people face in the […]