Slavery
Ruchell Magee: US prisoner, political thinker, rebel, and still fighting for release after 67 years

The longest held political prisoner in the US has been punished for decades for his participation in a modern day slave rebellion

Activists condemn Johnson government over $156M offshore asylum deal and other stories

Today we look at an offshore asylum processing deal between the UK and Rwanda, casualties in Pakistani military airstrikes on Afghanistan, and more

Colonial states continue to deny the impact of slavery

Historian Sumangala Damodaran and NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha discuss the demands for reparations and justice that emerged in Jamaica when members of the British royal family arrived for a visit

Solidarity is the road to liberation

At an International Workers Action meeting, the NUMSA general secretary emphasized the importance of unity in fighting against capital’s oppressive systems.

United States celebrates Juneteenth

The historical legacy of Juneteenth and why the struggle for the full emancipation of Black people in the US continues

This Juneteenth, workers strike for black lives

This year on Juneteenth, all over the US, strikes were organized to mark the occasion. The biggest strike action was organized by the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU), which stopped work for eight hours at all 29 ports of the West Coast of the US.

Tear down the racist statues, end racist debt and pay for equalizing reparations

The cancellation of racist debt and the payment of reparations must be central demands in the anti-racist, anti-colonial and anti-imperialist struggle

Police violence on protesters shows racist nature of US state

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha looks at the origins and reasons behind the high-degree of militarization of the police in the US

“We’re living one of the worst moments of Brazilian racism,” writer says

Oswaldo Faustino on the law that abolished slavery in Brazil 131 years ago and the setbacks in racial equality efforts

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