A demonstrator in Minneapolis illustrating what justice actually looks like

Derek Chauvin & the Con Against African Justice

Derek Chauvin, the Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S. slave catcher (police) who brutally murdered George Floyd a year ago while being videotaped doing so, was convicted today. At the very least, the convictions will require him to spend a significant amount of time in prison, if not the rest of his mortal life. Regardless, read no further if you expect us to find some reason to celebrate. . . .

Joe Biden at a Senate hearing

Joe Biden Is a White Supremacist

Let’s be very clear that Joe Biden is, in fact, Donald Trump — no, he’s worse. If you like your racism nicely packaged, just say that. But stop lying about Joe’s role in white supremacy because he’s a Democrat. . . .

Ujima People's Progress Party calls out the Black misleadership class.

The Black Working Class Must Defend Itself, Not the Black Misleadership Class

Black working-class people must be clear that it is not corruption that undermines the self-determination and equitable treatment of the Black community and working-class people but instead the broad daylight administration of policies, laws, and institutions that protect profits gained by exploiting Black labor, Black lives and resources. . . .

Protest against General Iron in Chicago

Do or Die: Black Liberation and the Climate Apocalypse

The history of the European World, the history of the West, is a history of colonization and exploitation. Wherever they go, destruction, dehumanization, and degradation follow. As Indigenous and African civilizations have shown us, we are the land, and the land is a part of us. When the land dies, we do as well. . . .

Presidents Uhuru Kenyatta and Donald Trump during the talks int he White House on February 6, 2020.

Why Kenya Must Reject the U.S. Free Trade Agreement

A Free Trade agreement with the USA will be lopsided and will threaten cottage industries in the country as well as informal jobs known as Jua Kali. This will negatively impact the lives of millions of working class Kenyans dependent on what is referred to as the “informal sector”. . . .

A group of Black women.

Let Go of the Idea of the ‘Strong Black Woman’

I have seen too many of us who wanted to be a “strong Black woman” so badly that we denied ourselves the pleasure of emotional acknowledgment, refusing to accept we needed help in the name of such “strength.” This fallacy of strength attached to Blackness diminishes our well-being and hurts us more than it empowers us. . . .

Bobi Wine meeting with a delegation from the European Union

Why Bobi Wine Met With Juan Guaido

Bobi Wine which one do you support? Counter-revolutionary and imperialist forces in the west which prop up both the Ugandan government and Juan Guaido or the participatory democracy processes you claimed to represent in your campaign? . . .