Initiation Oath of the Mau Mau Movement, Kenya

Why We Need A Mau Mau in Amerikkka

During a speech delivered in 1964, Malcolm X made a profound assertion about a rebel group that fought against British colonialism in East Africa known to many as the Mau Mau.  “We need  a Mau Mau revolution in Mississippi, we need a Mau Mau revolution in Alabama, we need a Mau Mau revolution in Georgia, and we need a Mau Mau revolution in Harlem.” . . .

Group shot of South African judges - liberal democracy

The Farce of “Justice” in a Liberal Democracy

udiciary since it continues to apportion the vocation of a judge something akin to the priesthood- i.e a belief that judges epitomise fairness, righteousness, and justice. That is not so, judgeship is not just and if we continue with the reasoning that they are demigods, the tyranny of the judiciary will continue in perpetuity. . . .

Armed agents of imperialism

Imperialism: Unpacking The Primary Contradiction

It must be continuously reiterated that domestic and global imperialism are counterparts. It is what connects Africans in the U.S. directly to struggles against imperialism worldwide. . . .

Afrikan Children and the Miseducation System

Afrikan Children and the Miseducation System

It is typically agreed upon in Black/Afrikan colonies throughout so called america that the education/miseducation system is at minimum, a complete disaster when it comes to our Black babies and their wellbeing. Our babies being suspended and expelled from preschools, armed pigs occupying the halls of middle and high schools, the hyper-sexualization of young women through dress code policy, mush and milk passed off as food, and the lack of basic educational resources like textbooks, desks, or even teachers has been well documented, discussed, and deplored. When properly analyzed, one can conclude that these conditions, which plague Black/Afrikan schools across . . .

an African family celebrating thankstaking

Thankstaking & The Normalizing of Colonialism

The key to oppressing a people is to break their spirit.  And, the way to break a people’s spirit is to destroy their connection to their culture.  A significant piece of white supremacy is to deny the Indigenous story.  Doing so diminishes them just as denying slavery is a clear attack against the dignity of African people.  The more we do to challenge this attack against oppressed people in every form we can, the more we weaken imperialism’s ability to control the thinking of the masses of people.cu . . .

Activists protesting outside the Rittenhouse trial

Rittenhouse and Verdict Mania

Black people give great attention to certain court cases in hopes of receiving justice when the system is designed to be unjust. That recognition and the commitment to fighting back will be of greater use than divining conclusions about a racist nation when juries reach verdicts. . . .

Reparations now and Economic Justice say two signs held by an African

Reparations: A History of the Struggle in the US

Africans across the globe have been impacted by the structures created to maintain a racist hierarchy established during slavery. In order to ensure that the systems that created Black oppression are dismantled, reparations movements must develop an internationalist orientation. . . .

Spirit of Mandela Tribunal at the Shabazz Center

Don’t Ignore the 2021 Tribunal on Genocide

If it is understood that Africans in the US, a group that at no point in history have chosen to be part of the genocidal and psychopathic US empire, are under attack by that very same empire,  then our right to fight for our national liberation, independence and national identity is unquestionable. . . .