The concept of “capital” in this context must be corporate enterprise.
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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.
Pieces on the impact of pornography and prostitution on communities of color have been a part of an anti-capitalist analysis at People Of Color Organize! for quite awhile. From issues such as human trafficking in Third World women to the sex industry’s anti-woman, anti-feminist pretensions that should be fought against, these matters require continuous examination. [...]
In New York City, a citywide coalition, the Community-Labor United for Postal Jobs and Services, is mobilizing nationally for a March 17 action to halt the plot to destroy and privatize the Post Office. We’re holding a march and rally that day to commemorate a victorious postal strike that broke the back of Pres. Richard [...]
“The transformation to a neo-colonial world has only begun, but it promises to be as dramatic, as disorienting a change as was the original European colonial conquest of the human race. Capitalism is again ripping apart and reconstructing the world, and nothing will be the same. Not race, not gender, and certainly not whatever culture [...]
Being of mixed racial background, I am void of racial culture. My mother raised me alone, without my father. He was a poor traveling white musician that she met in New Mexico. She was an indigenous woman with the blood of Lenape and Algonquian, carrying hopes into a tent in the desert. She carried psychedelics [...]
Checkout the former director of the Racial Justice Project at the ACLU of Northern California, and holder of a joint appointment at the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity and the Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University, Michelle Alexander, speak to a crowd in New York about her new best-selling [...]
By Bill Quigley, via Z Communications Glenn Beck and other far right multi-millionaires are claiming that the US is hot on the path towards socialism. Part of their claim is that the US is much more generous and supportive of our working and poor people than other countries. People may wish it was so, but [...]