Mukasa Dada: We Must Take Africa Back

Ready for Revolution This speech by movement elder Mukasa Dada – a former SNCC and Lowndes County Freedom Organization organizer and a current AAPRP cadre – was given at an African Liberation Day 2022 commemoration in Baltimore, Maryland. Hear more from him in his interview with Hood Communist Radio. We must take Africa back. We must have an African attitude. We come…

African Nationalism Is Not European Nationalism: Stop Projecting

Ahjamu Umi Everyday, everywhere on Earth, some European is coming into spaces with African people (or Indigenous people of the Western Hemisphere) to express their perspective that nationalism is a primitive form of human consciousness. Even most of these people who claim to support national liberation for colonized people still see any semblance of national…

The Official Position of the African World to Russia’s Defensive War in Ukraine

Chairman Omali Yeshitela delivers an Address to the African Nation, presenting the official position that African people must take regarding Russia’s defensive war in Ukraine against the colonial powers of the world. Alexander Ionov, President of the Anti-Globalization Movement of Russia Live with Omali Yeshitila The Black Radical Position on the Situation in Ukraine Black…

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…

Ukraine: Getting it Right: A Revolutionary Pan-African Perspective

Gerald A. Perreira Since February 18th, thousands of civilians have been evacuated from Donetsk and Luhansk to Russia following Ukraine’s intensified shelling of these territories, which have been under fire since the 2014 US backed coup. “The White House hysteria is more revealing than ever. The Anglo-Saxons need a war at any cost. Provocation, misinformation…

Ahjamu Umi’s “A Guide for Organizing Defense against White Supremacist, Patriarchal, and Fascist Violence”

Roberto Sirvent In this series, we ask acclaimed authors to answer five questions about their book. This week’s featured author is Ahjamu Umi. Umi is an organizer for the All African People’s Revolutionary Party. He has engaged in many elements of revolutionary political work, including mobilizing protection for communities against violent white supremacist groups. He has…

Organizing Africans Against the Capitalist System

Ahjamu Umi Hood Communist Editor’s Note:  The following is an excerpt of Hood Communist Editor, Ahjamu Umi’s, most recent work A Guide for Organizing Defense against White Supremacist, Patriarchal, and Fascist Violence. He was also interviewed about it in Black Agenda Report. If you would like to read it in full, consider purchasing it. All proceeds go toward helping him…

The Missing Chapter in Malcolm X’s Biography They Hid From You

Takudzwa Hillary Chiwanza When Malcolm X was assassinated in 1965, the revolutionary flames of Black nationalism he had ignited could not be dimmed. If anything, the name ‘Malcolm X’ is indelibly engraved in the hearts of millions of not only in the United States but in the rest of the world. But here was a…

What Comes After National Liberation Movements?

Imraan Buccus Egypt will celebrate the centenary of its independence from Britain in February. About 70 years ago, liberation began to sweep across the rest of Africa. December 1951 marked the independence of Libya. Ghana won its independence in 1957. The Congo followed in 1960, Tanzania in 1961, Algeria in 1962, Kenya in 1963 and…

Africa in Review 2021

Abayomi Azikiwe Sudan: Crowds of people marched in different parts of the Sudanese capital and other cities in demonstrations to reject military rule. October, 2021 Part I: Continuing Pandemic Highlights Public Health Crisis From the lack of vaccines to the discovery of the Omicron variant, the continent is struggling to recalibrate its developmental trajectory A…

20 Years After Durban: Africans and Afro-Descendants Colonized or Emancipated?

Mireille Fanon Mendes France The 20th anniversary of the World Conference Against Racism (WCAR) is an opportunity to analyze the state of African descended people. Reparations for centuries of crimes against humanity must still be paid. At the end of the Durban -2001- conference, the international community, many NGOs, social movements and members of what…