On Contact: Origin Of White Supremacy

By Chris Hedges, RT. -

On the show this week, Chris Hedges discusses the origin of white supremacy and how it plays out in contemporary society with historian Gerald Horne. Horne is the John J. and Rebecca Moores Chair [...]

UK And Hong Kong: Mutually Reinforced Ignorance

By Andre Vltchek, Popular Resistance. -

Three years ago, I visited Old Supreme Court Building in Hong Kong, also known as The Court of Final Appeal, together with my friend, an Afghan-British lawyer, who was on a personal mission of [...]

To Abolish The Medical Industrial Complex

By Gwendolyn Wallace, Black Agenda Report. -

The past six months have highlighted the fight that Black people are in against state violence, both in the form of policing and the US healthcare system. Though the ruling class cries that the [...]

How Palestine Advocates Can Support Black Struggle

By Kristian Davis Bailey, The Electronic Intifada. -

Black people are one of the first and largest victims of Western colonialism and racial capitalism. We have never received justice for 500 years of racist violence and exploitation. The US and [...]

How The Weapons Of White Supremacy Wiped Out The Afro Argentines

By the Pan-African Alliance. -

The easiest way to understand a complex system like white supremacy is to see that system in action. When it comes to the multifaceted system that is white supremacy, we should look at a nation [...]

The History Of Hong Kong, Britain’s Colonial Legacy. Fast Forward To 2019

By Larry Romanoff, Globalresearch.ca -

The reason Hong Kong was seized by England, on orders of Queen Victoria, was that Sassoon needed a logistics, warehousing, and distribution base for his opium operations. Similarly, the founding [...]

Protectors Of Mauna Kea Are Fighting Colonialism, Not Science

By Julianne Tveten, Fair.org -

Thousands of Native Hawaiians and their supporters have been congregating since July 15 at the base of Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano and mountain on the island of Hawaii. Known in Hawaiian as [...]

Puerto Rico’s Crisis Is Not Only Puerto Rican

By Jesus Arboleya Cervera, Progreso Weekly -

In the rush to replace disgraced and discredited Governor Ricardo Rossello a  astruggle broke out questioning the appointment of Pedro Pierluisi as his replacement and on August 7 the Puerto Rico [...]

Monroeism Is The Other Side Of Jim Crow, The Side Facing South

By Frederick B. Mills, Council On Hemispheric Affairs -

This Forum of São Paulo of Washington DC marks a significant step forward in building North-South solidarity on behalf of economic and social justice throughout the hemisphere and respect for the [...]

Notes From A Caribbean Colony In Turmoil

By Manuel Otero, Counterpunch.org -

From what I gather from the US press coverage, the recent events here have been portrayed as something close to a popular insurrection that got rid of an arrogant, inept and corrupt colonial [...]

End Colonialism, Support Self-Determination, Correct Historical Wrongs

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

The results of centuries of US empire, which began with Manifest Destiny that crossed the North American continent and grew into a global empire, are coming home to roost in Puerto Rico and [...]

Mauna Kea Protests Aren’t New. They’re Part Of A Long Fight Against Colonialism.

By Maile Arvin, Truthout.org -

Something big and beautiful is happening in Hawaiʻi. Currently, hundreds of Native Hawaiians and allies are camped at the base of Mauna Kea, a mountain located on Moku o Keawe, or Hawaiʻi Island. [...]

Colonialism Is What’s Wrong With Puerto Rico

By Nellie Bailey and Glen Ford, Blackagendareport.com -

Progressive Puerto Ricans hope the mass protests that have rocked the colonized island will result in more than just the resignation of Governor Ricardo Rosello, said Daniel Vila, a veteran New [...]

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, Theconversation.com -

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 [...]