10 January 2019 — Black Agenda Report
– Bruce A. Dixon , BAR managing editor
20 million jobs. Medicare For All, and decent affordable housing. Free college tuition and student loan forgiveness. Zero emissions by 2030. That’s a Green New Deal
– Glen Ford , BAR executive editor
It’s good that there are now plenty of young people that like the idea of socialism. But if they don’t really know what socialism is, they also don’t know what capitalists will do to resist it.
– Margaret Kimberley , BAR editor and senior columnist
At the midway point of the Trump presidency the Democrats have nothing to show in the way of meaningful resistance.
– Ann Garrison , BAR contributor
US troops have been dispatched to the Democratic Republic of Congo, where the results of presidential balloting are still unknown.
Raymond Nat Turner, BAR poet-in-residence
“Papi, are we there— are we almost there?” Wide-eyed incantation of a child, three feet plus/ 60 pounds.
Jahan Chowdhry, BAR Comments Editor
This week readers continued to engage with the role of Kwanzaa, responded to arguments about race and class in the criminal justice system…
Danny Haiphong, BAR contributor
The US war machine can no longer provide its corporate masters the neo-colonial stability they need to reap long-term gain from the imperial order.
– Nellie Bailey and Glen Ford
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A recent court ruling that “there was, in fact, judicial bias” in denying Mumia Abu Jamal’s appeal of his conviction in the 1982 death of a cop …
“The entire system is held in high disregard,” said Black Is Back Coalition chairman Omali Yeshitela,”
“The ultimate suicide bomber is in Washington, DC,” said Dr Gerald Horne, warning that US moves to weaken China could plunge the capitalist world into depression
Roberto Sirvent, BAR Abolition Spotlight Editor
Prison abolition and reform are compatible “when reform is done in service of abolition.”
BAR Book Forum: Eunsong Kim’s “gospel of regicide”and Juno Salazar Parreñas’ “Decolonizing Extinction”
Roberto Sirvent, BAR Book Forum Editor
Our authors contemplate the “antiblack horizon” in Asian American imaginaries, and orangutans’ relationship to colonialism and white supremacy.
British colonizers turned a scam for defrauding peasants into a parasitical relationship that made England rich and impoverished a subcontinent.
R. Divya Nair
Two great icons of 20th century Black struggle found a valuable resource in Gandhi and his movement for national liberation.
A universal income program can help correct the debt bubble problem without fear of “overheating” the economy.
Let’s examine Russia’s actual role and status in the world, to determine if Moscow is really the seat of an imperial state.
A merry-go-round that has different colors and genders of jackasses and elephants is pure deception.
The old guard of South Africa’s ruling party put on new clothes last year, and a new party of the working class finally made its debut.