Black Agenda Radio for Week of April 24, 2017

1 May 2017 — Black Agenda Report

Nellie Bailey and Glen Ford 

Imperialism or Humanity? Black America Must Choose

Ever since the demise of mass movement politics, “the Black Misleadership Class has had a free hand to take the most backward positions on the State and violence and war,” said Ajamu Baraka, the Green Party’s 2016 vice presidential candidate and a founder of the U.S. Human Rights Network. Baraka is spearheading a campaign to revive the anti-war movement in Black America. “It’s important that people decide which side they are going to be on: on the side of the imperial powers — the congealed expression of institutional white supremacy in the form of the U.S. state — or are they going to stand with the rest of humanity?” Baraka is also an editor and columnist for Black Agenda Report. Continue reading

What Trump Has Accomplished in 100 Days

1 May 2017 — Global Research

“Trump continues dirty business as usual, serving wealth, power and privilege exclusively at the expense of most others – while waging endless war on humanity at home and abroad.”  (Stephen Lendman)

“Trump has broken  his campaign promises, surrounding himself with Wall Street insiders and intensifying Obama’s belligerent and militaristic foreign policy around the globe.” (Ralph Nader)

“One Hundred Days and Counting.

And there is more to come … ” (Michael T. Bucci)
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