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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.
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Justice isn’t blind

Now more than ever it should be clear the police in America are an instrument of “order,” not justice in any sense.
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Michael Eric Dyson: Worse for Black people than the Moynihan Report?

Dyson creates a dichotomy between people who believe that “Black Lives Matter” and those focused on “public policy.”
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Campuses rise against racism

Unsurprisingly, in a time of roiling racial controversy, the culture of America’s college campuses have entered the cross hairs of those seeking to ...
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One year since Michael Brown’s death: movement grows, confronts challenges

Any real movement for Black Liberation should be in the business of defining its own reality and goals and presenting them to the masses of people; le...
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Report outlines criminalization of girls

n a new bombshell of a report, “The Sexual Abuse to Prison Pipeline: The Girls’ Story,” it was revealed that in many states nearly 80 percent of...
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The demagogue cometh: The Donald Trump campaign

Donald Trump, loud-mouth-in-chief, has recently been in the news for some of his earliest comments as a Presidential candidate.
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The U.S. state: built on slavery and genocide

Is the system broken, or is it working exactly as it was intended?