Black Agenda Report 13 October 2021

13 October 2021 — Black Agenda Report

The Obama Presidential Center Will Displace Black People

Margaret Kimberley, BAR Executive Editor and Senior Columnist
The Obama Presidential Center will inevitably displace a working class Black community in Chicago. The center is in keeping with Obama’s history of doing the bidding of the powerful, including accelerating gentrification.
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Black Agenda Report 1 October 2021

1 October 2021 — Black Agenda Report

 “Race Norming” and Health Care Jim Crow

Margaret Kimberley, BAR Executive Editor and Senior Columnist
Health care disparities are inevitable when notions of white superiority are guiding principles in every sector of society.

U.S. Congressional Support for More War spending and AUKUS Anti-China Pact Exposes Cynicism of Biden’s UN Speech Calling for More Diplomacy

Ajamu Baraka, BAR Contributing Editor
Joe Biden spoke of peace and diplomacy at the U.N. but support for defense spending and war making are bipartisan imperatives that prevent the people’s needs from being met.
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Black Agenda Report 25 September 2021

25 September 2021 — Black Agenda Report

Glen Ford Memorial Gathering

The memorial service for Glen Ford was held on September 18, 2021 at the Riverside Church in New York City. It can be seen on Youtube.

Covid Funds Spent on Police and Prisons

Margaret Kimberley, BAR Executive Editor and Senior Columnist
Systemic racism and weak movement politics allow states and cities to spend relief funds on police and jails.
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Black Agenda Report 16 September 2021

16 September 2021 — Black Agenda Report

Glen Ford Memorial Gathering

The memorial service for Glen Ford will be held on Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. eastern time. The event will be live streamed on Youtube.

20 Years of Post-9/11 Amnesia

Margaret Kimberley, BAR Executive Editor and Senior Columnist
Memories of the last 20 years are rarely focused on increased state violence and repression in the post-9/11 world. The damage has largely been forgotten.
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Black Agenda Report 8 September 2021

8 September 2021 — Black Agenda Report

Democrats, Abortion, and Phony Politics

Margaret Kimberley, BAR Executive Editor and Senior Columnist
Democratic party leadership are as uninterested in fighting for abortion rights as they are in addressing anything else their members need and want.

American Liberals Praise Biden at the Expense of Peace

Danny Haiphong, BAR Contributing Editor
Joe Biden is committed to the imperatives of the bipartisan war party.
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We Can No Longer Avoid Raising the Contradiction of the Western Imperial Left’s Collaboration with the Western Bourgeoisie

1 September 2021 — Black Agenda Report

We Can No Longer Avoid Raising the Contradiction of the Western Imperial Left’s Collaboration with the Western Bourgeoisie

As the Western left has become more aligned with their imperialist bourgeoisie in the destabilization of the Global South, the radical Black tradition provides a clear approach to “turn imperialist wars into wars against imperialism.”

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Black Agenda Report, August 18, 2021

18 August 2021 — Black Agenda Report

Once Again, the Vultures Circle Haiti | Black Agenda Report

Jemima Pierre, BAR Contributor
Another earthquake in Haiti provides another opportunity for the NGO community, the Haitian oligarchy, and foreign imperialists to consolidate their profits and power.

 

MANIFESTO: The Attica Liberation Faction Manifesto of Demands and Anti-Depression Platform, 1971  | Black Agenda Report

Editors, Black Agenda Review
Remembering Attica prisoner demands as the 50th anniversary approaches.
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Black Agenda Report 22 July 2021

22 July 2021 — Black Agenda Report

Freedom Rider: Standing with the Cuban People 

– Margaret Kimberley, BAR senior columnist
The current Black-centered Cuban protest operation is very well orchestrated and if Black people in this country are not careful, they will end up amplifying the dictates of U.S. imperialism.

DOCUMENT: The Rise of Black Power in the West Indies: Walter Rodney, 1969 

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