Racism In Britain Has A Long If Contested History

By Angelique Richardson, Black Agenda Report. -

The demobilized troopship HMT Empire Windrush that arrived at Tilbury Dock on 22 June 1948 was not Britain’s first migration ship, but its passengers were the first to be promised British [...]

Anti-Racism Protests In UK As Police Officers Face Court In US

Anti-racism demonstrations took place across the UK on 11 September as the four officers charged over the killing of George Floyd in the US went on trial. Protesters said they are determined [...]

Connecting Beyond The Height Of Emergency

By Anoa Changa, Prism. -

Three months ago, protests in Minneapolis gave way to a national uprising. Ushering in a new focus on racial justice, the uprisings have challenged the way people relate to one another and how [...]

When The State Cannot Protect, Civilians Have The Responsibility To Intervene

By Mel Duncan, Waging Nonviolence. -

A few years ago, I was walking in Minneapolis, just a few miles from where George Floyd was murdered, when a panicked, young Native American man ran by me and into the street. Immediately [...]

Your White Neighbor’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ Yard Sign Is Not Enough

By Shayla Lawson, In These Times.   -

Despite my having grown up in the South, Portland is the most racist place I have ever lived. This is because being anti-racist isn’t about using politically correct buzzwords and giving lip [...]

Contemporary White Antiracism

By Cross Cultural Solidarity. -

The easiest way to find local White antiracist groups is to look at SURJ’s list – which includes SURJ chapters as well as other White antiracist groups – organized by state and [...]

No Fascist USA! Lessons From A History Of Anti-Klan Organizing

By Hilary Moore and James Tracy, Roarmag.org -

Ever since fascism first crawled out of the ideological sewer, anarchists and autonomists have been there to confront, antagonize and organize against it. You need not dig deep into past history [...]

People’s Mobilization Unites For People And Planet

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

The People's Mobilization to Stop the US War Machine and Save the Planet is two weeks away. The "People's Mobe" will be held from September 20 to 23 in New York City during the United Nations [...]

Coalition Pushes To End Criminalization Of Marijuana And Other Drugs

By Kyle Jaeger, Marijuana Moment -

A coalition of more than 100 civil rights groups—including ACLU, NAACP, National Education Association and National Organization for Women—released a criminal justice reform platform for the 2020 [...]

How To Start An Anti-Racist Student Group In Your School

By Staff, Waethnicstudies.com -

The painful truth about public education is that racism is as common as bored students and overworked teachers. While many in our home of Seattle take pride in the city’s “progressive” [...]

What The Media Gets Wrong About Antifa

By Kim Kelly, Medium.com -

On August 12, exactly one year after the Unite the Right neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virigina, left over a dozen of people injured and one 32-year-old woman, Heather Heyer, dead, white [...]

One Year Later: Lessons from Charlottesville

By Phil Wilayto, Popular Resistance   -

This Aug. 12 marked the one-year anniversary of the murderous “alt-right” rally in Charlottesville, Va. The mainstream media have been bursting with commentary, but almost all of it misses the [...]

Black Lives Matter In Our Schools: Developing An Anti-Racist Pedagogy

By Mark Karlin, Truthout.org -

In this way, I think the Black Lives Matter (BLM) at School movement and the broader movement for Black lives inspired the idea for Teaching for Black Lives as a book that could be used by [...]

Massive Anti-Racist Crowd Shows, Fringe-Reality Of Racists

By Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance -

The Unite The Right Rally today, one year after the one in Charlottesville, can only be described as a complete flop. The racists were unable to fill a single train car and were dwarfed by police [...]