Lord's Prayer to Hugo Chávez angers Catholic church in Venezuela|
Socialist party congress directs prayer to 'Our Chávez who art in heaven', drawing church retort that text is 'untouchable'
The Origin of the Palestine-Israel Conflict
Prof. Sir Hilary Beckles Speech To British House Of Commons
CARICOM Reparations Commission calls for Reparatory Justice for the crime of slavery in presentation to UK House of Commons
The Case for Reparations
Two hundred fifty years of slavery. Ninety years of Jim Crow. Sixty years of separate but equal. Thirty-five years of racist housing policy. Until we reckon with our compounding moral debts, America will never be whole. By Ta-Nehisi Coates
Polygamy in Africa has little to do with sex msafropolitan.com
Who Was Jim Crow?
Cosmetic Surgery To Look Whiter Fails To Boost Women's Self-Esteem
Ohio School Apologizes After Attempting To Ban 'Afro-Puffs' And 'Twisted Braids'
America's deadliest export and the endless War on Terror|
September 16, 2014 : By William Blum
Supporters of US foreign policy have been repeating the point ever since the attacks of September 11, 2001: US counterterrorism policy has worked. How do they know?
Western Doublethink on Path to War
September 05, 2014 : By Finian Cunningham
In October 1962, the United States threatened to go to war with Russia over the Cuban missile crisis. That high-stakes drama came about after Washington learned that Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev had overseen the installation of ballistic missiles on Cuba...
Ferguson Versus the Counter-Insurgency State
August 23, 2014 : By Glen Ford
The corporate media, reflecting their owners' anxiety at the failure of Black people to revert to a state of passivity in Ferguson, Missouri, have arrived at a need to "demilitarize" the police and, more immediately, to re-establish some semblance of "calm" (as in comatose)...
Washington's Grand Ambition Explains Its Pressures on Russia
August 20, 2014 : By Michael S. Rozeff
After the Soviet Union ended, Washington switched without a second’s delay from an anti-USSR policy to an anti-Russia policy. This included extending NATO to Russia’s borders in violation of earlier false signals and assurances that it would not...