Democratic Party vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris waves in front of a red, white, and blue backdrop.

Intersectionality only works for Sellouts! We must throw it to the Sea!

As an African Non-Binary Queer Differently-Abled Person who is the child of immigrants, I initially gravitated towards the theory of Intersectionality. But I soon realized that underneath the mask, what is being called intersectional feminism is just white feminism with artificial flavoring. . . .

My Battle With Loneliness In The Revolution

The following speech was given by Commander in Chief Gazi Kodzo in Rally #16 on the topic of the loneliness of the revolutionary, a common topic in light of recent events and protests as we set off to build a world without colonialism. I am about to do something that I was programmed to not do by a single Black mother that taught me never to expose yourself or your feelings or your heart because colonialism is going to squash it. But I’m a revolutionary now and we must be transparent with what we’re going through to the people, and . . .

Marx was a colonizer, not a communist

Marx was a colonizer, not a communist

Karl Marx did not invent socialism. Marx stated himself that he got the idea of an equal society without economic oppression from studying pre-colonial Africans and pre-colonial indigenous people of Turtle Island, the ‘Americas.’ . . .

Happy One Year Anniversary Hood Communist!

This week, to commemorate one year of the Hood Communist blog, the editors sit down and discuss the reason they decided to create the blog and where they see the revolutionary potential of Africans in the US today. Check it out below. Learn more about our organizations All African People’s Revolutionary Party Black Alliance for Peace Black Hammer Ujima People’s Progress Party . . .

Death by COVID-19 for Black Trans Sex Workers in Colombia

Around midnight, Mother Leydy called an ambulance since Alejandra Monocuco, her friend and housemate, could not breathe well. Approximately 50 minutes later, an ambulance arrived. However, the paramedics did not come with the necessary PPE, meaning it took them fifteen more minutes to safely enter the house after arriving. They took Alejandra’s temperature and took blood from her finger. The paramedics told them that she had no symptoms for COVID-19 and that there was no need to worry.  She was asked if she had any other symptoms, to which she replied that she was living with HIV. After that, the . . .

Brazil is battling a virus worse than COVID: Colonialism

Poor and working class colonized Brazilians have to deal with more than the Coronavirus epidemic. On top of Coronavirus, which has already left 70 thousand dead in Brazil and 2 million infected as of July 20, Brazilians still have to deal with parasitic colonialism and the neocolonial puppets in power. . . .

America Hopes to Regain #1 Status by Forcing India to go to war with China!

Black Power is rising and White Power is falling! America is on a sharp decline politically, economically, domestically, and any white power allies you can think of. That doesn’t stop the good ol’ United Snakes of america from its cold war tactics with China though!  Quite the opposite, america is getting its ass whooped by Coronavirus and Civil unrest, making the imperialist perpetrator even more untamed like a wet cat trapped in a corner clawing and biting at air!  The United Snakes has always conducted these Cold War tactics against China, to keep China from replacing it as the most . . .

Responding to Anti-Black Violence During Quarantine

Responding to Anti-Black Violence During Quarantine

Originally posted by Comrade Ellis on BlackHammer.Org It’s 2020, and our lives have drastically changed due to the current health epidemic, coronavirus. Yet we still face colonial anti-Black violence, and we still face oppression from the white nationalist state. The current crisis has given the police new powers to enforce social distancing. As colonized people, this means, more militarization, more policing, and therefore more state-sanctioned brutality against us. Essential workers, mostly African and Indigenous to the americas or turtle island, already have to contend with higher forms of oppression and health risks, by leaving their homes in order to work. . . .