I Ran The NYC Marathon In Chains To Urge Our Government To Acknowledge Black And Brown Suffering

Dismantling white supremacy requires a degree of discomfort from all of us. N/A 9.6k I was in Charlottesville, Virginia, to protest in chains at the Unite the Right Rally.  The world knows of the chaos that dominated the headlines on August 12, but most don’t know the full story of the nightmare that occurred on August 11.  […]

Black Amerika has the Moral High Ground over whites, Once Again

The attempt of this president to resurrect the 1950s by blowing the dog whistle of racial hatred has also brought forth the public ignorance once shown by white America. The hurling of racial slurs, the taunting and harassment of young, innocent Black men, women and children in schools, places of businesses, public events and even […]

High School Football Players Say Opposing Fans, Referee Call Them N-Word for Kneeling During Anthem

Michael Harriot 10/05/17 Daniele Calcote via Facebook When students from a majority-black Louisiana school decided to kneel while the national anthem played at a predominantly white high school’s homecoming football game, opposing fans, and even a referee, booed the students and used racial slurs, according to multiple people in attendance. If you’ve ever wondered “Where […]

Taking a knee against racism in Georgia

By Dianne Mathiowetz  Atlanta, Oct. 22 — Five young Black women, students at Kennesaw State University, have ignited a struggle here against white supremacy and racism that has spread beyond their campus. They took a knee as the national anthem was played on Sept. 30 prior to the KSU Owls football game.They have said they […]

A hard road to travel: black people and racism in the 19th century United States

Issue: 156 Posted on 13th October 2017 Ken Olende The following lyrics were written by an anonymous black soldier in the 54th Massachusetts (Colored) Regiment, one of the first black combat regiments, at the height of the Civil War in the United States (1861-5). They undermine the pernicious myth that black people were bystanders in the […]

3 Stats from the Department of Justice Disprove Racist Talking Points on Crime

Myths about Black and Latinx offenders disproportionately attacking White people may be titilating for White supremacists, but they are unsupported by the Bureau of Justice Statistics’ new report. Sameer Rao  OCT 23, 2017 4:31PM EDT A so-called “Blue Lives Matter” flag lies on the boardwalk near the feet of police keeping demonstrators and counter demonstrators apart during an […]

the “Snow Riot”

In 1835 Washington discovered Francis Scott Key, author of the national anthem, had a thing or two to learn about freedom By Jefferson Morley Sunday, February 6, 2005; Page W14 THE LAMPLIGHTER CAME AROUND AT DUSK. With his long flaming pole poked skyward, he sparked the bowls of oil atop the fluted posts around Lafayette Square. […]

DPRK: White Supremacy’s Global Agenda

by USW7 September 2017    permalink Through the eye of the media, one can’t help but see and understand the agendas being put forth. First look at how the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s nuclear program is being covered with emotionally-driven and fear-inspiring news coverage. In comparison to the cold war period in the United States, where that […]

Pennsylvania prisons ban WW for supporting ‘fight against white supremacy’

By Joseph Piette A letter from the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections (DOC) received by WW Publishers on Sept. 11 stated, “The August 31 issue of Workers World newspaper has been denied to all inmates housed in Pennsylvania prisons.”  Their reason: The issue contains articles that “call for people to join the fight against white supremacy.” This […]

Taking on the Bully Empire

by Kevin Alexander Gray Thanks to NFL player Colin Kaepernick, a lot of people now know the third verse to the national anthem, which concerns the hunting down of slaves who were promised their freedom when they joined the British side in the War of 1812: No refuge could save, the hireling and slave, from the terror of flight, or […]