Saturday, 8 August , 2020

US History

The two American Revolutions in world history

By David North 4 July 2020 Today marks the 244th anniversary of the public proclamation of the Declaration of Independence, on July 4, 1776, which established...

Hands off the monuments to Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Grant!

22 June 2020 In recent weeks, participants in demonstrations against police violence in the United States have demanded the removal of monuments to Confederate leaders...

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...

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....

Who Killed Malcolm X

Malcolm X’s Daughter Ilyasah Shabazz on Her Father’s Legacy & the New Series “Who Killed Malcolm X?” February 21, 2020 Fifty-five years ago today, Malcolm X...

The “Irrepressible Conflict:” Slavery, the Civil War and America’s Second Revolution

By Eric London 9 November 2019 The following lecture was delivered on Tuesday, November 5 at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. It was...

Kennedy, King Families to Congress: Reopen Probes

January 19, 2019 After five decades, the mysteries behind the assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X...

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.: Involvement by U.S. military, intelligence and police...

20 Jan., 2019 On Jan. 17, 1961, outgoing President Dwight Eisenhower gave the most important speech of his lifetime, warning his fellow citizens that the...

Malcolm X Was Right About America

By Chris Hedges Feb 02, 2015 NEW YORK — Malcolm X, unlike Martin Luther King Jr., did not believe America had a conscience. For him there...