White supremacism in the US
Three men involved in Ahmaud Arbery’s murder found guilty, set to face life sentences

Travis McMichael, along with his father Greg McMichael and neighbor William Bryan, received a unanimous guilty verdict 21 months after the murder of Ahmaud Arbery. The three are also set to face a federal hate crimes trial in February

Former DA indicted for obstruction of justice in the Ahmaud Arbery case

Jackie Johnson, a former district attorney in Georgia, was indicted by state authorities over her misconduct in the investigation of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery

Buoyed by right-wing groups, Trump continues to rule an alternate universe

The so-called Million Maga March saw a participation of thousands of Trump supporters echoing his claim of electoral fraud in the November 3 presidential election

US professional basketball players begin strike over police killings

Athletes from the NBA and WNBA announced that they would not play in upcoming games in light of the ongoing struggle against racism and police killings

White supremacist who killed two protesters in Kenosha arrested nearly 12 hours later

17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse who fatally shot two protesters in Kenosha and left the scene even as the police was arriving was arrested in the neighboring State of Illinois

Anti-racism protests intensify in the US

Jacob Blake was reportedly shot seven times in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Sunday, August 23.

Outrage in US following police shooting of a Black man in Wisconsin

The man, identified as Jacob Blake, was seen in a viral video being shot by a police officer seven times in the presence of his wife and children

Philadelphia residents file lawsuits against city for police violence on protests

The lawsuit is the latest in a wave of class action taken against police departments across the US, as the George Floyd protests continue to grow

Movements in the US continue on the streets in demand of structural changes

Protesters across the US have remained on the streets for over a month to demand justice for victims of police brutality and immediate structural changes to the capitalist racist system

From rebellion to revolution

Eugene Puryear reflects on the context in the US of rebellion and the necessary questions facing the movement against police violence and for Black lives

A month after George Floyd’s death, what has changed?

The protests that erupted over the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis has changed the way US sees itself

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.

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