From Civil Rights to Black Power: The Significance of the Alabama Freedom Movement of 1965-66

Application of independent politics transformed the African American struggle African American History Month Series Part I By Abayomi Azikiwe Libya 360° With the release of the “Selma” film tremendous interests has been generated among youth activists in the struggle for Voting Rights as it reached its apex in March 1965. This campaign for the ballot…

2015 : Anti-Racist Movement Must Intensify in the US

Fifty years after the Selma to Montgomery March the struggle continues By Abayomi Azikiwe Libya 360° An upsurge in mass demonstrations and rebellions across the United States portends much for developments in 2015. None of the underlying factors associated with the rise in police killings and other racist incidents have been seriously addressed by the…

Assata Sundiata

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Black Consciousness and Black Power

Editorial Comment: The following is an excerpt of a statement from the Black Consciousness Movement Guyana (BCMG), Chaired by Gerald A. Perreira, titled,  ‘What we Believe‘. Black Consciousness embraces racial identity, but also extends beyond it,  to a deep acknowledgement and affirmation of our quintessential unity, our shared African origins and ancestral inheritance that is…

Ferguson: It is Right to Resist, By Any and All Means Necessary

By Glen Ford “Had the brothers and sisters on the streets of Ferguson not ‘done something’ in response to the Murderers’ Law laid down by McCulloch, then the embryonic movement might have been still-born.” You know that a genuine movement is being born when it becomes necessary to draw lines within the circles that purport…

The Darren Wilson Non-indictment: Resistance to Oppression is a Human Right!

By Ajamu Baraka Barack Obama, the obsequious errand boy for the financial and corporate plutocrats who own the U.S. government, made a pathetic appearance on national television to try to persuade the “natives” to remain peaceful in response to the non-indictment of the Ferguson killer-cop. His inane comments extolling the value of non-violence and the…