The Apocalypse Of Settler Colonialism

By Gerald Horne, Monthlyreview.org -

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, [...]

Western Sahara Calls For Independence In Historic Symbolic Referendum

By Matt Meyer, Wagingnonviolence.org -

Early mornings in the desert are usually dry, dusty and warm — in the summer, sometimes excruciatingly hot. There was a bit of a wind on the morning of Feb. 26, one that carried a certain sense [...]

U.S. Commits “Acts of War” Against The Hawaiian Kingdom

By Staff, HawaiianKingdom.org -

President Cleveland ascertained that this “military demonstration upon the soil of Honolulu was of itself an act of war, unless made either with the consent of the Government of Hawaii or for the [...]

Colonial Rule Of Hawaii For 125 Years Puts Hawaii At Risk

By Andrea Freeman, TheConversation.com -

The effects of a political overthrow that happened 125 years ago in Hawaii could not have been felt more vividly this month. The fear and distress that cast a shadow over the Hawaiian islands on [...]

7 Acts Of Native Resistance They Don’t Teach In School

By Halee Kirkwood, Yesmagazine.org -

The history of people indigenous to the North American continent is often glossed over in education. We are badgered with the legend of Native benevolence to the pilgrims who landed on the East [...]

Thanksgiving a Celebration of White Barbarity

By Glen Ford, www.blackagendareport.com -

By Glen Ford for The Black Commentator - Nobody but Americans celebrates Thanksgiving. It is reserved by history and the intent of “the founders” as the supremely white American holiday, the most [...]

The Thanksgiving Myth Hides The Original Sin

By Cliff DuRand, www.globaljusticecenter.org -

By Cliff DuRand for the Center for Global Justice. As the founding myth of our nation, Thanksgiving conceals from view the ambiguous legacy of the country. Barack Obama has called slavery our [...]

Biocapitalism, Corporate Colonialism And Education Policy

By Staff, educationalchemy.com -

By Staff of Education Alchemy - In the last few years a lot of debate has been had over promise and perils of ESSA. Many education advocates argued we must embrace ESSA because it promised to [...]

Who Will Save The World From Digital Colonialism?

By Staff, mediadiversified.org -

By Staff of Media Diversified - UN Sustainable Development Goal 9: strive to provide universal and affordable access to the Internet in least developed countries by 2020. Internet for everyone, [...]

Recolonization Of Africa By Endless War

By Dan Glazebrook, www.rt.com -

By Dan Glazebrook for RT. Exactly six years ago, on October 20th, 2011, Muammar Gaddafi was murdered, joining a long list of African revolutionaries martyred by the West for daring to dream of [...]

Uprooting Colonialism: The Limitations Of Indigenous Peoples’ Day

By Staff, www.indigenousaction.org -

By Staff of Indigenous Media Action - As momentum has accelerated for occupying forces to issue declarations of “Indigenous Peoples’ Day (IPD),” we can’t help but feel disconnected from the [...]

Columbus Day Was A Gift From Sleepy Hollow Author Washington Irving

By William Francis Keegan, www.theconversation.com -

By William Francis Keegan for Red Green and Blue - In 1496, Columbus was the governor of a colony based at Santo Domingo, in what is now the modern Dominican Republic – a job he hated. He could [...]

The Legacy Of Christopher Columbus

By Lili Bernard, www.youtube.com -

On the weekend when the United States celebrates the exploits of Christopher Columbus there is increasing debate as to whether this is a person who should be celebrated. Seattle and Minneapolis [...]

Christopher Columbus: No Monuments For Murderers

By Bill Bigelow, zinnedproject.org -

By Bill Bigelow for Zinn Educate Project. There is nothing murky about Columbus’ legacy of slavery and terrorism in the Americas. The record is clear and overwhelming. The fact that The New York [...]