A Woke Mural and Black Dolls: How Target Hides Its Racism
Target used empty antiracist gestures in reopening its East Lake Street store in Minneapolis, which was damaged during the George Floyd uprising. But featuring a woke mural and selling Black dolls will not hide its role in violent racist policing.
Adnan AhmedJuly 8, 2021
Democrats and Banks Won’t Steal Juneteenth or Pride
From Juneteenth to Stonewall, the capitalists want to co-opt Black radicalism. Don't let them.
Carmin MaffeaJune 25, 2021
Murder of Winston Smith and Future of George Floyd Square – State Violence Continues in Minneapolis
The murder of Winston Smith and the attempted reopening of George Floyd Square show that the state has no interest in stopping its violence.
Adnan AhmedJune 10, 2021
Our Struggles Are United: Black Solidarity with Palestine
The Black struggle and Palestinian liberation have a long relationship of solidarity and a common enemy: imperialism.
Darrin JohnsonMay 18, 2021
“It Felt Like War”: Tear Gas, Rubber Bullets, and 100 Arrests in Brooklyn Center Protest
The police and National Guard used tear gas and rubber bullets against protesters demanding justice for Daunte Wright. Over 100 people were arrested.
Maria AurelioApril 17, 2021
KRS-One’s New Album Offers Revolutionary Ideas for the Time “Between Da Protests”
KRS-One has been rapping since 1987 — three decades of expressing radical Black politics and not selling out. His new album Between Da Protests is a manifesto for Black Lives Matter.
Daniel WerstMarch 31, 2021
The Racist System that Killed George Floyd is Set Up to Let Derek Chauvin Off Easy
Derek Chauvin is standing trial soon for the murder of George Floyd. But the entire process is designed to protect the state and its institutions, not to get "justice" for the murder of a Black man by the police. The structural racism of American “law and order” is already on plain display.
Tatiana CozzarelliMarch 16, 2021
If You Marched in Black Lives Matter, Support Unionizing Amazon
Black Amazon workers in Bessemer, Alabama were inspired by last summer's anti-racist uprising to fight for a union. They need active support and solidarity from every single person who fights for a world where Black Lives Matter.
Tatiana CozzarelliMarch 2, 2021