Overview Of Struggles And Violations Imposed Upon Palestinian Farmers, Fisherpersons, And Herders

By La Via Campesina. -

Prior to the war of 1948, Palestinians owned approximately 78% of total area of historical Palestine, the remaining were state land “as classified by British mandate at that time. Today, in 2021, [...]

Nicaragua Rebuffs Attacks At Human Rights Hearing

By John Perry, Alliance for Global Justice. -

Nicaragua was one of the first countries in Latin America to give constitutional rights to its Indigenous peoples and its laws to protect their territories are justly famous (especially [...]

Digital Colonialism: The Evolution Of American Empire

By Michael Kwet, ROAR Magazine. -

In 2020, billionaires made out like bandits. Jeff Bezos’s personal holdings surged from $113 to $184 billion. Elon Musk briefly eclipsed Bezos, with a net worth rise from $27 billion to over $185 [...]

Black Citizenship Forum: Black Citizenship And The Problem Of ‘Coloniality’

By the Black Agenda Review, Black Agenda Report. -

For this edition of The Black Agenda Review’s Black Citizenship Forum, political scientist Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni writes on the impact of the ongoing legacy of colonialism – through the idea [...]

Why We Say: Fuck Black History Month

By Ready for Revolution, Hood Communist. -

Since its founding in 1920 as Negro History and Literature Week, Black History Month has served as an “annual celebration of achievements by ‘African Americans’ and a time for recognizing their [...]

Justice In Nicaragua’s North Caribbean Coast

By Telesur English. -

We have prosecuted six cases of usurpation of the communal domain of Indigenous peoples, where people who are not natives of that community misappropriate land of Indigenous peoples. So, how has [...]

Nigeria: End SARS And Fanon’s Mission

By Kehinde Alonge, Red Pepper. -

‘Each generation must, out of relative obscurity, discover its mission, fulfill it, or betray it,’ wrote Frantz Fanon. It has been 60 years since Nigeria achieved its independence from Britain, [...]

France Vows ‘Symbolic Actions,’ No Apologies For Colonisation Of Algeria

By Adlène Meddi, Middle East Eye. -

On Wednesday, French President Emmanuel Macron received a much anticipated report on France’s 132-year colonial rule of Algeria and the war that led to Algeria’s independence in 1962, as part of [...]

Do You Remember Cuba’s Dedication to Angola?

By Don Fitz, Popular Resistance. -

Fed up with foreign wars, Portuguese officers overthrew Prime Minister Marcello Caetano on April 25, 1974.  Many former colonies had the opportunity to define their own future. Angola had been [...]

Energix Faces Opposition In Syria And Virginia

By Grant Smith, Antiwar.com. -

In early December hundreds of Syrians gathered to protest the Israeli company Energix as it began construction of massive wind turbines in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. Energix is also [...]

It Is Time For The One State Solution To Go Mainstream

By Awad Abdelfattah and Jeff Halper, Electronic Intifada. -

The “Palestinian-Israeli conflict” has often been presented as one of the most intractable in modern world history. But one reason for this is precisely that it has been wrongly analyzed as a [...]

Trump Enables Occupation And Threatens Peace In Western Sahara

By Alice Wilson, Democracy in Africa. -

The Trump administration’s announcement on December 10th 2020 that the USA recognised Moroccan sovereignty over the territory of Western Sahara disregards international law by endorsing [...]

Pompeo’s Vineyard Visit Met With Palestinian Protests

By Akram al-Waara, Middle East Eye. -

Thundering booms and clouds of smoke adorned the entrance to Psagot on Wednesday morning in anticipation of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s arrival at its Israeli winery. But these were no [...]

The “Non-Aligned” Nations Realign

By Wilmer J. Leon, III, Black Agenda Report. -

In 1955 the US and the Soviet Union were in the midst of the Cold War.  Both countries were pressuring Asian and African countries to align with them.  In April of 1955, twenty-nine of these [...]

Monument To Colonialism Toppled On Indigenous Peoples’ Day

By Charles Davis, Business Insider. -

New Mexico - Visitors to the historic plaza in Santa Fe, a bastion of liberalism in northern New Mexico, will find a charming square in the Spanish colonial style, surrounded by shops selling [...]

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