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Imperialists look to Africa for new plunder

An article in the June 2006 issue of Monthly Review sheds light on the increasing attention U.S. policymakers are paying to Africa. “A Warning t...
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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...