Thursday, 27 January , 2022

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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...

On the protest movement and the radical Left. Letter from America...

The recent t protests in the United States involve many movements with extremely varied aims, mainly liberal anti-racist and a few overtly anti-capitalist leftist...

The Murder of George Floyd Is Normal in an Abnormal Society

By Vijay Prashad June 3, 2020 There is no need to wonder why George Floyd (age 46) was murdered in broad daylight in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on...

US: The largest uprising since the ’60s

A Class Rebellion: Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor on How Racism & Racial Terrorism Fueled Nationwide Anger June 01, 2020 In the largest nationwide uprising since the 1960s, protesters...

America in Revolt: No Justice, no Peace!

Eruptions of Rage by Dave Lindorff June 1, 2020 America’s cities are burning again. In Minneapolis, after an unarmed and unresisting George Floyd, 46 and black, was killed...

It’s a Class War Now Too

By Joshua Frank June 1, 2020 Photo: Ronnie Mendoza The scene along Melrose Avenue, one of L.A’s most renowned shopping districts, is now one of vengeance. Shards...

Black Americans Have a Message for Democrats: Not Being Trump Is...

Joe Biden wants to heal the soul of the country in this moment of protest and loss, and win the White House. Simply telling...

A Southern Vanguard

The lost history of communism below the Mason-Dixon line. By Robert Greene II June 15/22, 2020, Issue photo: A Southern Tenant Farmers Union meeting in Arkansas, 1937....

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