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May Day Podcast: Black Agenda Report’s Margaret Kimberley(Posted May 3, Due To Technical Diffculties)
BAR’s Margaret Kimberley talks with us about Iran, class, the death of Black politics, and much more.
If you have been on Twitter or Facebook you have probably seen some post, link, or picture that has Kony2012 in it. On twitter right now there are 3 trending topics that concern this tag. Joseph Kony is the leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army in Uganda who has the goal of creating a theocratic government based on the Ten Commandments. You [...]
The Black is Back Coalition hosts a November 13 March & Rally at Malcolm X Park, Washington, DC. This will mark the second year in a row that the Black is Back Coalition will march on the White House while Barack Obama, the first black US President, occupies it. The mobilization will protest Obama’s continuing [...]
“Indeed, we went through a very similar crisis during the decline of the Roman Empire. . . .” Tomás Rafael Rodríguez Zayas (Tomy) is a Cuban cartoonist. This cartoon was published in Cambios en Cuba on 5 June 2010. Translation by Yoshie Furuhashi.
The next episode of Ikonoklast Speaks (scheduled for June), will be on cultural hegemony and cultural imperialism, so I thought I’d send out this brief, but yet powerful, film on religion’s effects on people of color; the film is entitled The Sunday Habit, enjoy.
You know, sometimes I think the masses of people of color have lost their collective minds! Upon going to your local grocery store, taking a stroll down the street, or hell just leaving the house, you can see Negroes with Barack Obama paraphernalia. Now this shouldn’t be surprising being that the majority of people of [...]
Ok, I’m back at it again! Ikonoklast! Yes, I shall continue to disabuse the masses with the same effort that Obama makes Imperialism look appealing. Let me rewind before I start to go on one of my famous diatribes you have grown to love me for; what prompted this post was a polemic I was [...]
We live in a world where people suffer from hunger, homelessness, and preventable diseases, (and that’s in America where the majority Imperial booty resides, I mean booty as a double entendre), but yet instill we can still find time to go to professional sporting events. I’ve always been amazed at how people of color, without [...]
Language is the tool we use to frame our thoughts and thought processes. Every time we use, or tolerate the use around us of the terms “illegal” and “illegal alien” we are allowing white American nationalists, white racists, to speak from our mouths. That can’t lead to anyplace good. It’s been said before, but some [...]
The following article, Obama Brings International State Terrorism to Ghana, was written by Sekou Nkrumah, Chairman of the Pan African Improvement Organization. Sekou Nykrumah, has also authored two books: Repatriation and Pan Africanism, the Suppression of Two Movements and Notes on White Supremacy and Capitalism. This article was written as a critique of Obama’s trip [...]
A lot has been written about Haiti in light of the recent earthquake that has devastated the first African government in the Western hemisphere. What is important isn’t what is being said about Haiti in lieu of this catastrophic event, but as always, what The Imperialist media isn’t telling you about Haiti. Did they tell [...]
In collecting Vietnamese political posters of the Vietnam War period, Just Seeds reminds everyone how the idea of resisting powerful forces is powerful for the oppressed. “Outside of Ho Chi Minh, the most replicated visual trope in Vietnamese posters from the War era is the downing of US airplanes and helicopters. Poster after poster show [...]
Black Is Back and we demand Social Justice, Peace and Reparations The election of Barack Obama as U.S. president has not ended the suffering of our people or U.S. injustices around the world. While the US Congress has given Wall Street and the auto industry trillions of dollars, the same Congress refuses to repair the [...]
On Saturday, March 20, the Uhuru Solidarity Movement led a contingent at the San Francisco anti-war mobilization with chants putting forward victory to Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine and to African people and expressing solidarity with reparations to African people. At the rally in the Civic Center before the march, Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African Socialist [...]
By Amilcar Cabral If any of us came to Cuba with doubts in our mind about the solidity, strength, maturity and vitality of the Cuban Revolution, these doubts have been removed by what we have been able to see. Our hearts are now warmed by an unshakeable certainty which gives us courage in the difficult [...]
By Che Guevara Twenty-one years have already elapsed since the end of the last world conflagration; numerous publications, in every possible language, celebrate this event, symbolized by the defeat of Japan. There is a climate of apparent optimism in many areas of the different camps into which the world is divided. Twenty-one years without a [...]
By Le Duan After the Party has worked out a correct political line, organizational work in general, and cadre work in particular, are decisive factors for success in the revolutionary tasks. Problems of organization and cadres are particularly difficult and complicated in the conditions of our Party’s holding power, when the Party’s leadership encompasses all [...]