Cornel West on Obama: "The First Black President Has Become The First Niggerized Black President"|
'Structural Looting' of Black Communities Driving Protesters to Baltimore Streets By Sarah Lazare
Eduardo Galeano on Haiti by Kim Ives
Haiti Dreadlocks Protest Eurocentric Profiling Haiti Dreadlock Wearers Demand: A Stop to Persecution by US Puppet Regime
Light Girls, When Documentaries Get It Wrong by Jessica Ann Mitchell
Managing a Nightmare: How the CIA Watched Over the Destruction of Gary Webb By Ryan Devereaux
Links between the cocaine trade, Nicaragua's Contra rebels, and African American neighborhoods in California
Humanitarian Occupation of Haiti: 100 Years and Counting|
July 30, 2015 : By Mark Schuller
Several college campuses, professional associations, social movements, and political parties are marking the occasion with a series of reflections and demonstrations. Several have argued that the U.S. has never stopped occupying Haiti, even as military boots left in 1934...
America Prosecutes the World
June 20, 2015 : By Margaret Kimberley
Gates hosts a PBS series, It seemed odd that the Justice Department would take an interest in a sport that this country generally ignores. There are obviously ulterior motives in this case, the latest example of a country determined to exert control over the rest of the world in every possible way..
Skip Gates and Sony Exposed by Wikileaks
April 29, 2015 : By Margaret Kimberley
Gates hosts a PBS series, Finding Your Roots, which features genealogical information about famous people. One of his subjects was actor/director Ben Affleck. Affleck didn't want it known that he is also descended from a slave holder.
Freddie Gray and the Baltimore Police
April 28, 2015 : By Ron Jacobs
Like many other folks, I've been following the protests in Baltimore around the manslaughter of the young Black Baltimore man who "died in police custody" on April 19, 2015. Every day the protests demanding the arrest of the officers involved grow larger.