7 Reasons Why 'Colorblindness' Contributes to Racism Instead of Solves It|
By Jon Greenberg
Being African in India: 'We are seen as demons'
By Aletta Andre
Black feminism and intersectionality By Sharon Smith
Cornel West on Obama: "The First Black President Has Become The First Niggerized Black President"
'Structural Looting' of Black Communities Driving Protesters to Baltimore Streets By Sarah Lazare
Eduardo Galeano on Haiti by Kim Ives
Haiti Dreadlocks Protest Eurocentric Profiling Haiti Dreadlock Wearers Demand: A Stop to Persecution by US Puppet Regime
Light Girls, When Documentaries Get It Wrong by Jessica Ann Mitchell
Ready Or Not, the Black Movement Enters a New Stage|
July 20, 2016 : By Glen Ford
Black America is at a point of political inflection. Over the last two years, an incipient movement that goes under the heading of Black Lives Matter has mounted an inspired resistance to the mass Black incarceration regime and its killer cops.
Made Man in a Blue Vest: Deray McKesson
July 11, 2016 : By Bruce A. Dixon
When the Aspen Institute flies you to Colorado for the weekend to rub shoulders with the elite, hands you that honorarium check and lauds you as an example of up and coming leadership, it means you’re in. If it's your first time, and last weekend was Deray McKesson's first time at Aspen, it's your debutante ball...
U.S. Sets Stage for Libya-Like Regime Change in Eritrea, "Africa's Cuba"
June 18, 2016 : By Glen Ford
The U.S. is moving towards war against Eritrea, a fiercely independent African nation of only six million people. Washington has deployed its UN "human rights" proxies to justify another "humanitarian" military intervention, remarkably like the UN-sanctioned aggression against Libya, in 2011.
Muhammad Ali: My Name, Not Yours
June 06, 2016 : By Abby Zimet
A nod to the great Muhammad Ali, dead at 74, a brave black man at a difficult time who "just wanted to be free," who never knew his place and refused to be afraid when others tried to put him in it, who insisted to the world of power that first honored and then rejected him that "I don't have to be what you want me to be,"...