The Field Negroes’ Agenda: Reclamation, Reparations and Repatriation

The author believes African liberation and the fall of U.S. imperialism can be achieved by triumph of the “Three R’s”: Reclamation, Reparations and Repatriation. In terms of day to day struggle, that translates as “pressuring the U.S. military out of Africa, assisting on the return of Africa’s land and mineral wealth to Africans, and supporting…

Integrity: Remaining Faithful to the Revolutionary Struggle Against Imperialism

On the Injustices of Those Representing Just Causes By Amal Saad-Ghorayeb Western and Third World leftists, as well as some of us here in the region, often romanticize governments, movements and individuals in the Resistance Axis. The truth is that our side which represents politically just causes can be grossly unjust on the interpersonal and…

Socialist Ideology, Mass Organization and the Intensifying Class Struggle

Lessons from the Detroit frontline By Abayomi Azikiwe Libya 360° Author’s Note: The following is an address delivered at the National Conference of Workers World Party held in New York City on November 16-17, 2013. Revolutionary greetings to our bus drivers from Boston, and to our comrades from revolutionary Cuba. Detroit has been and will…

En mémoire de Thomas Sankara, le Che Guevara africain

By Mikhail Gamandiy-Egorov Thank you to Tortilla con Sal Il y a bientôt 26 ans était assassiné le « père de la révolution burkinabé », Thomas Isidore Noël Sankara. Un des plus grands dirigeants d’Afrique. En plus d’être un vrai révolutionnaire, Thomas Sankara était aussi et surtout un grand visionnaire, aussi bien pour sa nation…

Hommage à Thomas Sankara

Cameroon Voice Introduction « Nous préférons la pauvreté dans la liberté à l’opulence dans l’esclavage» (…) «Acceptons de vivre Africains. C’est la seule façon de vivre libres et dignes» (…) « Où est l’impérialisme ? Regardez vos plats quand vous mangez. Ces grains de riz, de maïs et de mil importés, c’est cela l’impérialisme. »…

Real Voices of the 1963 March on Washington

Revisionist history has denied the struggle and programmatic thrust for jobs and freedom By Abayomi Azikiwe Libya 360° August 28, 1963 marks the 50th anniversary of that fateful day in Washington, D.C. when 300,000 people marched and rallied demanding jobs and freedom. Although in the corporate media this monumental historic event is often referenced, nonetheless,…