Alphabet Boys Revelations: How the FBI Infiltrated and Undermined Black Lives Matter

For years, it was alleged that state infiltrators had a hand in undermining the BLM movement. However, there was little irrefutable evidence—until now.

SCOTUS Overturns Affirmative Action: Fight for Jobs and Education for All!

The Supreme Court has ruled against the legality of affirmative action admissions practices. But to fight racism and inequality, we must see beyond the confines of capitalism and fight for jobs and education for all.

21st Century Redlining: Internet Inequality and Profiteering

Residential segregation is a direct legacy of the nearly century-old racist practice of redlining. Now, the communications monopolies have extended redlining to virtual real estate.

The Watts Rebellion of 1965: Lessons for the Fight against Capitalism and Racism

In August 1965, a social volcano erupted in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Watts. This episode of insurrectionary anger inspired similar uprisings in cities across the nation, with echoes that can still be heard today.

Brutal Police Murder of Tyre Nichols Sparks Outrage in Memphis and Beyond

Protests began in Memphis on Friday, following the release of video showing the brutal police beating of 29-year-old FedEx worker Tyre Nichols. To fight police violence, fight capitalism!

Slavery on the Ballot in 2022

157 years after the ratification of the 13th Amendment, voters in five states—Alabama, Louisiana, Oregon, Tennessee, and Vermont—will face ballot questions on the abolition of slavery in the 2022 midterms.

Two Years Since the George Floyd Uprising: Lessons from the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest

Two years ago this month, the murder of George Floyd sparked a nationwide uprising. In Seattle, one way this movement expressed itself was through the creation of the “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone.”

Racist Right-Wing Terror in Buffalo and the Decline of American Capitalism

Buffalo, NY saw scenes of horror as a white-supremacist terrorist opened fire at a supermarket, murdering ten people and injuring three more. This is an utter tragedy and an attack on the entire working class.

Interview with Ramona Africa on the 1985 Philadelphia Police Bombing of MOVE

Ramona Africa, the only adult surviver of the brutal 1985 police bombing of the MOVE house in Philadelphia, tells her side of the story.

[Audio] Black Struggle and the Right-Wing Frenzy Over CRT

In this podcast episode, Antonio Balmer discusses the polarized debate over Critical Race Theory, the history of the mass struggles against racism in the US, and the fight against racism today.

Executed for Sleeping While Black: Justice for Amir Locke!

One more innocent Black man has been killed by Minneapolis police—yet another reminder that this institution of racist oppression cannot be reformed.

Rittenhouse Acquitted: Another Racist Killer Walks Free

Far-right, white supremacist wannabe cop Kyle Rittenhouse killed two people in Kenosha during a BLM protest last year. Today, he has been found not guilty on all counts.