An Analysis on Ukraine-NATO Conflict with Russia

Abbas Muntaqim amerikkka is the biggest threat to humanity and the planet. Through it’s evolution as a settler colonial regime that enslaved Afrikans and committed genocide against the indigenous peoples and Afrikans, it has become an imperialist power house. Waging wars from Iraq, to Vietnam, to Korea, to Africa. There is no bounds to amerikkkan…

Cuban Music Duo Buena Fe Postpones Concert in Canada in Defense of Cuban Vaccines

With the government of Canada 🇨🇦 refusing to recognize Cuba’s vaccines, Cuban music duo Buena Fe was asked to be vaccinated with shots recognized by Canada in order to play their concerts. Here was their response. Revolutionary Medicine: Cuba’s Vaccine Journey Why are Nicaragua, Cuba and Venezuela Managing So Well in the Fight Against Covid-19?…

The Settler Blindness to the U.S. Empire’s Internal Violence

Rainer Shea Settler-colonialism creates a blindness among the colonizers. There’s a disconnect between what settlers see, and what’s actually happening in their surroundings. This can be the case even for settlers who consider themselves sufficiently educated on white supremacy. The colonial contradiction on this continent—and therefore the class contradiction that proletarians of all colors have…

Internationalist Solidarity from Turtle Island to Palestine

Chandni Desai This past year, in the weeks leading up to the May 15 anniversary of the Nakba — the 1948 ethnic cleansing and mass exodus of the Palestinian people from their homes and lands — the people of East Jerusalem experienced the worst unrest in years. Racist Israeli settlers backed by Israeli police and…

‘Healing Is a Constant Thing’: In Conversation with Clayton Thomas-Müller

Matteo Cimellaro Climate activist, writer, and filmmaker Clayton Thomas-Müller. Still image from the film, Life in the City of Dirty Water (2019), directed by Clayton Thomas-Müller and Spencer Mann. Activist, writer, and filmmaker discusses his new memoir and lifelong journey of healing Indigenous climate activist, writer, and filmmaker Clayton Thomas-Müller was raised in Winnipeg, a…

Why Has COVID19 Not Yet Reached My Community?

Ollantay Itzamná Community formative assembly In my “decolonial” phase, almost a decade ago, I decided to leave the city and live in rural areas. To relearn farming, to cultivate. To allow myself to be aesthetically and existentially cultivated by Mother Earth in my return to Her. It was in this existential phase that the announcement…

A Manual to Defend the Revolution From Our Community

María Fernanda Barreto How to confront the paramilitary and mercenary invasion of Venezuela and local terrorist groups in our community. Dedication In the second part of this manual, I talk about the INVEDECOR method of the Venezuelan sociologist Carlos Lanz Rodríguez, a method that he taught me during the long days of study that we…

Masks Off: Treaties, Rights, & Their Ideological Function

Rowland “Ena͞emaehkiw” Keshena Robinson I woke up a few days ago to the news that sites within Miꞌkmaꞌki were burning.  My kin in Wāpanahkēw have been sieged by white, settler-colonial, anti-Native violence for a number of days.  Ostensibly, what has driven this attack on the Mi’kmaq community of Sipekne’katik First Nation in Nova Scotia has…

Challenges for Social Movements in Abya Yala After the Pandemic

Ollantay Itzamná Woman from Cotopaxi, Ecuador. Social protest. 2019. Internet In the post-pandemic period, the dispute for the control of the State (as a guarantor of rights) should be an essential bet for the social movements. That is, social movements are called to move from being social subjects to socio-political subjects. The three decades prior…

Fascism and Anti-Fascism: A Decolonial Perspective

Ena͞emaehkiw Wākecānāpaew Kesīqnaeh Truly, there are stains that it is beyond the power of man to wipe out and that can never be fully expiated. But let us speak about the colonized. I see clearly what colonization has destroyed: the wonderful Indian civilizations—and neither Deterding nor Royal Dutch nor Standard Oil will ever console me…