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The civil rights and Black Power movements

During the 1950s, a period of great reaction, there emerged the civil rights struggle, initially spearheaded in the southern United States.
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Thuggish Chicago cops exposed

Policing in the United States is rotten to the core.
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Big Pharma’s lies on full display

The spotlight is again on Big Pharma’s massive lying machine designed to hide their utterly anti-human profiteering and price gouging.
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It’s official: US boots on ground in Iraq, Syria

The strategy of deepening the conflicts in Iraq and Syria is forcing millions out of their homes into refugee camps and graves.
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Highly flawed U.S. intelligence report on Russia released

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has released the long-awaited unclassified version of its report allegedly proving Russian interfe...
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U.S. military presence in Africa continues to grow

At least 1,700 special ops soldiers are deployed across 33 African nations at any given time.
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Milwaukee and the movement

The depth of oppression in Black communities breeds indigenous uprisings.
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Remembering Malcolm X as he was: a revolutionary

Historians have misrepresented the last stage of Malcolm X's life. His political views were changing, but not "softening."
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The Life and Legacy of Harry Haywood

There is an old saying that "history is written by the victors." While subject to some caveat, in the history of Black Americans it has held very t...
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Small business not the heart of US economy

The U.S. economy in fact is totally dominated by monopoly corporations.