Safety Pins: White Women and their Support of Imperialism and Fascism

There is no such thing as “women in general” African National Women’s Organization The shattering of “women in general” It is clearer now to African women, who hoped to coax white women into caring about us through intersectional coalitions, that white women are part of the oppressor nation and as such, have a vested interest…

The Global Dimensions of the Life and Legacy of Malcolm X

Revolutionary leader developed amid monumental changes around the world By Abayomi Azikiwe African American History Month Series No. 3 Note: This is the text of a lecture delivered at Henry Ford College in Dearborn, Michigan in honor of African American History Month on February 8, 2017. The program was sponsored by the campus African American…

Queen Mother Moore (1898-1997): A Legacy of Revolutionary Resistance

Audley Moore blazed a trail from Garveyism and Communism to Pan-Africanism and Reparations By Abayomi Azikiwe African American History Month Series No. 2 One leading figure in the 20th century movement for African liberation in the United States and around the world is Audley Eloise Moore, widely known as Queen Mother Moore. Her efforts spanned…

The Black Panther Party and Black Anti-fascism in the United States

By Robyn C. Spencer Fascism has been thrust into the mainstream political vocabulary of the United States since the election of President Donald Trump on a platform grounded in xenophobia, corporate dominance and right wing white nationalism. After the election, search engines and online dictionaries reported adramatic increase in users seeking to define the term….

Franz Fanon: The Psychopathology of Colonization

“Two centuries ago, a former European colony decided to catch up with Europe. It succeeded so well that the United States of America became a monster, in which the taints, the sickness and the inhumanity of Europe have grown to appalling dimensions” ― Frantz Fanon “Sometimes people hold a core belief that is very strong….