Racism Is A Far Too Common Experience For Native People

By Ivan Star Comes Out, Indianz.com -

Due to its unusual growth spurt, this narrow-minded activity is now openly assailing “people of color,” physically and emotionally. An obvious activity is to tell people to return to where they [...]

The Scott Warren Case Is Part Of A Crackdown On Aid To Migrants

By James Goodman, Progressive.org -

He offered food, water, and clothing to migrants on a deadly stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border. Now he’s facing twenty years in prison. Humanitarian groups fear the situation will only get worse. [...]

Dreams Deferred: How Enriching The 1% Widens The Racial Wealth Divide

By Dedrick Asante-Muhammad, Chuck Collins, Josh Hoxie and Sabrina Terry, Inequality.org/ -

January 15, 2019, the release date of this report, would have been the 90th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. King envisioned a future in which deep racial inequalities were eradicated [...]

Corporate And Banking Interests Profit From Desecration Of Black Maryland Graveyard

By Marsha Coleman-Adebayo, Blackagendareport.com -

In the grand scheme of things it didn’t even register a blip. Four people arrested in an obscure auditorium in a place whose name has a certain regal air to it -- Kensington. But this wasn’t [...]

Brazilian Indigenous Respond To Bolsonaro: ‘We Are Not Animals In Zoos, We Are People In Our Homeland’

By Elaine Tavares, Resumen-english.org -

The Bolsonaro government’s racist attacks on indigenous peoples, the administrative change in the Agricultural portfolio, and responsibility for the demarcation of original lands are already [...]

Legal Weed Is Great, But Black And Brown Communities Can’t Be Left Behind

By Katelyn Johnson, Inthesetimes.com -

In March 2017, Illinois State Rep. Kelly Cassidy and Sen. Heather Steans began co-drafting the Tax & Regulate Cannabis like Alcohol bill. In the nearly two years since, Chicago NORML, a local [...]

A Call For National Mobilization To Oppose NATO, War And Racism

By United National Antiwar Coalition. -

April 4, 2019, will mark the 51st anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the internationally revered leader in struggles against racism, poverty and war. And [...]

How Advocates Convinced Police Chiefs To Dump Israel Junket

By Nora Barrows-Friedman, Electronic Intifada -

About two years ago, Jewish Voice for Peace launched the Deadly Exchange campaign which seeks to end ties between US police forces and Israel’s military-industrial complex. Activists [...]

The Decline Of African-American & Latinx Wealth Since The Great Recession

By Edward Wolff, VOX -

While many studies have documented the wide disparity in income between whites on the one hand and African-Americans and Hispanics on the other, the gap in wealth is even greater. In seminal work [...]

The Migration World Pact: Wishes And Realities

By Jon S. Rodriguez, Transform -

The Global Compact for Migration is a document that isn’t actually legally binding. Its objective is to promote models of agreements between different countries or regional organizations. [...]

The Bolton Speech On Africa: A Case Of The Wolf And The Foxes

By Ajamu Baraka, Blackagendareport.com -

Malcolm X reminded us that we had to be careful about the difference between the wolf and the fox. The wolf for black people were the hardcore, racist white folks with the hoods and clearly [...]

How A Mother Learned To Speak For The Voiceless Behind Prison Walls

By Shandre Delaney, Lawatthemargins.com -

In my opinion, they use black and brown bodies of our family members to create jobs for white men who would otherwise be poor like those that filled the prisons. The urban cities provide a [...]

Israel: Ethnic Cleansing, Land Theft, Apartheid And Jim Crow

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

In recent weeks, racism against Palestinian people and the expansion of apartheid-Jim Crow policies have escalated. The Israel lobby and its supporters attacked freedom of speech in the United [...]

The Heresy Of White Christianity

By Chris Hedges, Truthdig.com -

There are, as Cornel West has pointed out, only two African-Americans who rose from dirt-poor poverty to the highest levels of American intellectual life—the writer Richard Wright and the radical [...]

Housing Board Uses Armed Police To Remove Defenders Of African Cemetery

By Dr. Marsha Coleman Adebayo and Dr. Laurel Hoa, Popular Resistance. -

Bethesda, MD — The Montgomery County Housing Opportunities Commission (HOC) called in armed police to remove peaceful protesters from its monthly board meeting on Wednesday. This was the first [...]