How An African Cemetery Under A Parking Lot Galvanized A Community To Fight White Supremacy

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

The United States still has a long way to go to come to terms with its history of being founded on genocide and slavery. In recent years, we have heard about efforts to take down monuments to [...]

MLK And The Black Misleadership Class

By Glen Ford, Black Agenda Report. -

The birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is commemorated each year at thousands of events in literally every U.S. city, yet the martyred human rights leader’s political philosophy is totally [...]

Operation Relentless Pursuit Brings Terror To Seven Cities

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance. -

Clearing the FOG co-hosts Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese interviewed Jacqueline Luqman of Coffe, Current Events and Politics in Luqman Nation about the Department of Justice's new Operation [...]

St. Louis Prosecutor Sues Police Union Under KKK Law For Racist Practices

By David Carson, St. Louis Today. -

St. Louis, MO - The first black woman elected as circuit attorney in the city of St. Louis is taking long-standing racial tensions, specifically between her office and the police department, to [...]

The US Surges Into A Police State While Media White Out Structural Racism

By Netfa Freeman, -

If withholding US military aid from a neo-Nazi friendly  government in Ukraine is unacceptable, then it is only logical that a fascist police surge on Black and Brown communities in the US is [...]

How Wealthy Towns Keep People With Housing Vouchers Out

By Jacqueline Rabe Thomas, -

HARTFORD, Conn. — On a sweltering Saturday afternoon last June, Crystal Carter took a deep breath as she walked toward the red “for rent” sign. Shaded by tall oak trees, the three-story duplex [...]

Inhuman Development Haunts The Globe

By David Ruccio, Real World Economics -

The wave of demonstrations sweeping across countries is a clear sign that, for all our progress, something in our globalized society is not working. Different triggers are bringing people onto [...]

Citizenship Law Protests Shut Down India’s Capital

By Saikat Datta, -

India’s national capital, New Delhi, faced a lockdown unprecedented in history on Thursday as protests over the religion-based Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) broke out across the country. The [...]

How 2,000 People Of Darker Skin Were Used As Barriers At Gunpoint During The Great Mississippi Flood Of 1927

By Michael Eli Dokosi, -

When Hurricane Katrina pounded the southeast of New Orleans on August 29, 2005, the resultant flooding affected Greater New Orleans and claimed some 1,464 lives leaving damage worth $70 billion. [...]

Uyghur Genocide: The “Muslim Holocaust” In China

By Mona Issa, -

The Chinese Communist Revolution of 1949 resulted in the integration of Xinjiang province with the mainland. Xinjiang – or the Uyghur Autonomous Province – is the most ethnically diverse province [...]

Who Gives US The Right To Lecture China About Rights?

By Andre Vltchek, -

A long analysis I wrote about "the Uygur issue" earlier this year will be soon published as a book. For some time now, I have been warning that the West, the United States in particular, is [...]

Black Farmers Shut Out Of $10 Billion Medical Marijuana Business

By Carolyn M. Brown, -

Now legalized in 23 states and the District of Columbia for medical use and four states — Colorado, Washington, Oregon and Alaska — and DC for recreational use, cannabis is big business. [...]

The New ‘Black Codes’

By Chris Hedges, -

The police forces in impoverished urban communities, equipped with military-grade weapons and empowered to harass and kill largely at will, along with mass incarceration, are the principal tools [...]

The Police Are Bad For Your Health

By Mike Pappas, Left Voice. -

I was recently starting an overnight hospital shift, when I received a text from a medical colleague working in a hospital in New York:  “The NYPD are here harassing a gunshot wound victim who is [...]

Inside 10 Days That Shook Syracuse University: Fear, Power, Confusion And ‘Not Again’

By Julie McMahon, -

A student uprising, brewing for years at Syracuse University, transformed overnight a new $50 million campus gym into a shelter for protesters. The sit-in eventually commanded a national [...]