Black Agenda Report 26 August 2021

26 August 2021 — Black Agenda Report

Gentrification and the End of Black Communities

Margaret Kimberley, BAR Editor and Senior Columnist
Census data show that gentrification is accelerating Black displacement.

Somalia, from the Cold War to the War on Terror

Ann Garrison, BAR Contributor
Cold War and War on Terror destabilize Somalia and cause great suffering for its people.

Document: Notes of a Prison Collective: Marion Political Collective, 1976

Black Agenda Review
In 1976, prisoners in the United States Penitentiary at Marion, Illinois wrote a collective document explaining the status of the prisoner within the prison—and the role of the prison in society at large.

Afghanistan is No ‘Graveyard’ for U.S./EU/NATO Axis of Domination

Black Alliance for Peace
Black Alliance for Peace analysis on Afghanistan, Haiti and the U.S. effort to maintain hegemony.

BAR Book Forum: An Yountae and Eleanor Craig’s “Beyond Man”

Roberto Sirvent, BAR Book Forum Editor
“Beyond Man” is an analysis of race, religion, and activism.

BAR Book Forum: Sharon Lynette Jones’ “Conversations with Angela Davis” 

Roberto Sirvent, BAR Book Forum Editor
BAR Book Forum delves into Conversations with Angela Davis.

Summer of Soul/Summer of Struggle…

Raymond Nat Turner, BAR Poet-in-Residence
BAR’s poet in residence pays tribute to fallen Black Panther Party comrades.

Nicaragua at a Revolutionary Crossroads and in Imperialist Crosshairs

Netfa Freeman
U.S. attack on Nicaragua targets its Black community.

The Return of the Marines

Thomas Peralte
It’s hard to teach an empire new tricks. Once again, the U.S. Marines invade Haiti “for the umpteenth time” under the guise of humanitarian assistance.

Jailhouse Lawyers Speak calls for National Shut ‘Em Down Demonstrations

Jailhouse Lawyers Speak
Jailhouse Lawyers Speak call for Shut ‘Em Down prison abolition actions in 2022.

Corruption, Pollution and Economic Crisis: The Cautionary Tale of T&T’s Oil Industry

Alexander Ramdass, Lisa Premchand, and Gary Aboud
Oil Reserves Don’t Benefit the People of Trinidad and Tobago.

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