By Not Investigating The U.S. For War Crimes, The International Criminal Court Shows Colonialism Still Thrives In International Law

By Helyeh Doutaghi and Jay Ramasubramanyam, -

On April 5, the United States revoked the visa of the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) chief prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, for her attempts to open an investigation into alleged war crimes [...]

Pirates Of The Caribbean – Stealing Haiti’s Future By Repeating Colonialist History

By Eleanor Goldfield, -

As the world rightfully demands no sanctions, no coup and no war on Venezuela, another crime scene rife with US fingerprints demands our attention. Kevin Pina joins us to talk about the ongoing [...]

Governments’ Failures On Climate Spur New Actions

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance -

There is a lot of enthusiasm for the new climate change effort in the UK, the Extinction Rebellion. Launched on October 31, the Extinction Rebellion calls for mass nonviolent, disruptive actions [...]

Democracy, Class And The Fight Against Recolonization

Having lost Eurasia, the US elites and their allies have focused much more attention on Latin America and the Caribbean in order to re-consolidate their absolute control of the region's [...]

Puerto Rico Tribunal Verdict: U.S. Is Guilty Of Crimes Against Humanity

By Puerto Rico Tribunal. -

New York, NY - Internationally recognized human rights activists and social movement leaders participated in the Emergency International People’s Tribunal on U.S. Colonial Crimes in Puerto Rico. [...]

In Latest Fit Of Censorship, Facebook Deletes Video Detailing Brutal Legacy Of Christopher Columbus

By Jon Queally, -

With nothing but a vague "violation of community standards" note and offering no ability to appeal the decision, Facebook has once again blocked a piece of critical journalism—this time a short [...]

Time To Abolish Columbus Day

By Bill Bigelow, -

By Bill Bigelow for Teaching A People's History, Once again this year many schools will pause to commemorate Christopher Columbus. Given everything we know about who Columbus was and what he [...]

TribalUSm: Colonization Unleashed With Ruthless Efficiency In America

By Teorose Fikre, -

Up until that epiphany occurred during my second year in college, I assumed the technological edge, weapons superiority and tactical advances were why country after country in the continent we [...]

We Can’t Confront Fascism Without Addressing White Settler Colonialism

By Jen Deerinwater, In These Times. -

The white supremacists didn't come to Washington, D.C. on August 12. They were already here, occupying the White House, capitol, Supreme Court and federal agencies. The white invasion brought [...]

Agroecology In Puerto Rico: Building Alternatives To Colonialism And Capitalism

By Staff, -

Jesef Reyes Morales: The movement is composed of different collectives that carry out regional work in the island. Collectives of agroecological agriculture, community processes, educational [...]

[Act Out! 168] – Crushing Colonialism: A Conversation With Jen Deerinwater

By Eleanor Goldfield, Act Out -

Colonialism didn't just happen. It's still happening. Indigenous peoples weren't just here hundreds of years ago. They're still here. Jen Deerinwater joins us to discuss the colonial paradigm and [...]

The Texas Counter-Revolution Of 1836

By Richard D. Vogel, -

Leaders on both the Anglo and the Mexican sides of the conflict in northern Mexico knew that the future of slavery was the issue at hand. Stephen F. Austin, the Missouri expatriate who arranged [...]

Cherokee Nation Hosts Send-Off For ‘Remember The Removal’ Bike Riders

By Levi Rickert, Native News Online. -

Tahlequah, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation will host a send-off ceremony for the nine young Cherokee cyclists who leave Tahlequah on Tuesday for the 2018 Remember the Removal Bike Ride. This [...]

The Apocalypse Of Settler Colonialism

By Gerald Horne, -

The years between 1603 and 1714 were perhaps the most decisive in English history. At the onset of the seventeenth century, the sceptered isle was a second-class power, but the Great Britain that [...]

Six Months After Hurricane, Puerto Ricans Are Still Without Light

By EL Jennings-Maldonado, We Act Radio. -

Yabucoa is a municipality located in the southeastern part of Puerto Rico. On Wednesday September 20th, 2017 at 2 AM, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico. Now, six months later, [...]