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Court strikes down Maryland law forcing Wal-Mart to spend more on health care

On July 19, a federal judge overturned a Maryland law that would have required the capitalist giant Wal-Mart to spend eight percent of its payroll on ...
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The struggle for African American reparations

The movement for African American reparations is gaining momentum. For decades, Black people have demanded compensation from the U.S. government and c...
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Solidarity rallies with Palestine

In Washington , D.C. , there have been two recent actions against the brutal Israeli assault on the Palestinian people. The ANSWER Coalition (Act Now ...
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Voting Rights Act renewal delayed

In the notoriously racist 1856 Dred Scott decision, U.S. Supreme Court justice Roger Taney wrote that the black man “had no rights which the whi...
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Darfur, imperialist intervention and anti-Arab hysteria

For the past three years, the armed conflict in the Darfur region of Sudan has provided a pretext for U.S. and European imperialist intervention in th...
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Capitalism, racism devastate Black communities in U.S.

A March 20 New York Times article paints a very sobering picture of the reality facing Black males in the United States. The article details several s...
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Wilmington, North Carolina Report details 1898 racist terror campaign

On Nov. 10, 1898, a white mob led by local rich, white leaders seized the reigns of government in the port city of Wilmington, North Carolina. The imm...
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Challenging the racist death penalty

The death penalty is used constantly and excessively by advocates of “law and order” who cite capital punishment as a crime deterrent in t...
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Mumia supporters take action

The case of revolutionary African American journalist and death row prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal demonstrates the lengths to which the ruling class will g...
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Emmett Till: Justice delayed, justice denied

On August 28, 1955, 14-year-old Emmett Till was abducted from the home of his uncle, Moses Wright, in Money, Mississippi. Three days later, Till’...