Tuesday, 4 August , 2020

Afro – Americans

Whitewashing Capitalism

How ECON 100 obscures the relationships among capitalism, racism and racial inequality by Tim Koechlin June 16, 2020 Racial inequality is a glaring, enduring and essential fact...

CAPITOL HILL AUTONOMOUS ZONE

THE DEMANDS OF THE COLLECTIVE BLACK VOICES AT FREE CAPITOL HILL TO THE GOVERNMENT OF SEATTLE, WASHINGTON In credit to the people who freed Capitol...

The Rev. Jesse Jackson: ‘Every City Has Its George Floyd’

“The outrage at the murder of George Floyd breaks open doors that have been locked for decades,” the reverend told The Nation in an...

The origins of the United States of America, the Joker and...

«At its root, capitalism not only meant slavery and white supremacy but also the ethos of the gangster. » (Gerald Horne) By Franklin Frederick The film...

Following Horrific Violence, Something More is Required of Us

I think we all know, deep down, that something more is required of us now. This truth is difficult to face because it’s inconvenient and deeply unsettling. And yet silence isn’t an option. On any given day, there’s always something I’d rather be doing than facing the ugly, racist underbelly of America. I know that I am not alone. But I also know that the families of