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Black People Won't Be Silenced About Israel

As the US continues to conflate every criticism of Zionism with anti-semitism, the predicable happens once again. Black people are used as an avatar of anti-Jewish sentiment. This tactic will not stop Black people from supporting the struggle for Palestinian liberation.



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Fifty-four Years Later, Fred Hampton’s Martyrdom Looms Large Over Palestinians’ Freedom Struggle

The thread connecting the struggles of Black and Palestinian liberation makes itself known in the propagandistic attacks on the Palestinian resistance. The assassination of Fred Hampton helps illustrate how these tactics are a replication of those used against the Panthers and other Black liberation organizations.



New Orleans residents walk through chest deep floodwater during Hurricane Katrina Monday, Aug. 29, 2005 (Courtesy of ABC)

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The Hidden Toll of Hurricane Katrina on the Mental Health of Black Survivors

Survivors open up about struggles with lingering post-traumatic stress disorder 18 years after the storm



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The Black Misleaders Promote Zionism

As zionists ramp up the pressure, the Black misleadership class readily succumbs to protect their precious positions and dubious prominence.



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Why Africans / Black Folks Should Oppose Zionism: Some Aspects of a Racist Imperialist Ideology in Africa and the Americas

Colonized people must be in solidarity with the oppressed and by definition, that means being anti-zionist.



Protest at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Black Graduate Student Association Statement in Solidarity with the MIT for Palestine Coalition

Black graduate students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology wrote this statement in support of Palestinians and of their rights to speak and act freely.



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Statement from the Afro-American Committee Against Genocide, 1982

In the 1980s, African Americans understood the war on Palestine as one of genocide.



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BAR Book Forum: Charisse Burden-Stelly’s Book, “Black Scare / Red Scare”

This week’s featured author is Charisse Burden-Stelly. Burden-Stelly is Associate Professor of African American Studies at Wayne State University. Her book is Black Scare / Red Scare: Theorizing Capitalist Racism in the United States.



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Smash Kop City Atlanta: A Hub In The National White Supremacist Bulwark for White Minority Rule

Atlanta's proposed Cop City project is just the latest iteration of militarized policing which enables state repression.



Javonte Alexander (left) and Basaime Spate (right), researchers at Center for Justi (Photo: Shannon Chaffers)ce Innovation.

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Driven By Fear: Why Some Brooklyn Youth Carry Guns

Tropes about violent Black youth prevail but efforts to analyze the causes of firearm use are rarely seen.



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BAR Book Forum: Orisanmi Burton’s Book, “Tip of the Spear”

This week’s featured author is Orisanmi Burton. His book is Tip of the Spear: Black Radicalism, Prison Repression, and the Long Attica Revolt.



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Some of Us Are Brave, Volume I

Thandisizwe Chimurenga is the author of the new book, Some of Us Are Brave, Volume I : Interviews and Conversations with Sistas on Life, Art and Struggle.



Cory Booker at AIPAC conference in 2020 (Saul Loeb/AFP)

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Cory Booker's Boot Licking, Butt Kissing, and Buck Dancing for Zionism

Cory Booker has been a favorite of right-wing interest groups ever since he first ran for office to become mayor of Newark 20 years ago.



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Palestine and the Miseducation of LeBron James

The Black political class is not made up solely of politicians. Celebrities and athletes like LeBron James are given access to corporate dollars and their politics reflect their class interests.



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Black Agenda Report Returns with a New Site

The Black Agenda Report editorial team is grateful to our readers for their support and patience. Last week we were unable to publish BAR due to circumstances beyond our control.  

BAR’s web site was hosted by News...



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Anthony Monteiro on Ibram X. Kendi

We’re joined by Dr. Anthony Monteiro, a Duboisian scholar and founder of the Saturday Free School for Philosophy and Black Liberation. He joins us from Philadelphia to discuss Ibram X. Kendi, a best selling author and darling of the liberal elite who was granted $50 million to run the Center for Antiracism Research at Boston University but whose operation has recently been called into question.



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Don’t Be Confused About Haiti

The lies that are told about Haiti are so deeply ingrained that people who should know better believe that the next occupation will cure all of that country's ills. In fact, Haiti's problems are the direct result of decades of interventions.



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Black Alliance for Peace Baltimore Says No to Cop City

The phenomenon of militarized policing is not confined to the city of Atlanta. The city of Baltimore, Maryland is also planning its own "Cop City" and to add insult to injury, affiliating with HBCU institutions.



Qualified Immunity for Police and the Death of Andrew Joseph III

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Qualified Immunity for Police and the Death of Andrew Joseph III

Dr. Melina Abdullah is Co-Founder and Director of Black Lives Matter Grassroots. She joins us from Los Angeles to discuss the 2014 death of Andrew Joseph III and the issue of qualified immunity for police.



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BAP Atlanta Says Free Them All!

The state of Georgia has doubled down on criminalizing protest against the Cop City militarized policing project. Domestic terrorism charges and a…



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How the Black Misleadership Class Provides Cover to Cop City

The Cop City project is just the latest iteration of Black politicians covering up for the white power structure in Atlanta. The community doesn't…



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The Pyramid Scheme That is Racial Capitalism

Black people are both the focus of racist hate and of capitalist predation.



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Cops, Colleges, and Counterinsurgency: An Interview with Dylan Rodriguez

An interview with Dylan Rodriguez.



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BAR Book Forum: Rima Vesely-Flad’s Book, “Black Buddhists and the Black Radical Tradition”

This week’s featured author is Rima Vesely-Flad.



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MANIFESTO: Double Jeopardy: To Be Black and Female, Frances Beal, 1969

Revisiting Frances Beal’s Black feminist theoretical tour-de-force.



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