Interview we conducted with Black Panther Steve Struggle in 2010

Interview we conducted with Black Panther Steve Struggle in 2010 (new-power.org) This is an old interview we conducted with our good friend Steve Struggle in 2010. We happened to stumble onto it on youtube. Steve is an ex-Black Panther Party member who witnessed the degeneration of the Panthers. We conducted the interview under another organizational... Continue Reading →

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“Counter-Revolution of 1776”: Was U.S. Independence War a Conservative Revolt in Favor of Slavery?

"Counter-Revolution of 1776": Was U.S. Independence War a Conservative Revolt in Favor of Slavery? (Democracynow) As the United States prepares to celebrate Independence Day, we look at why July 4 is not a cause for celebration for all. For Native Americans, it may be a bitter reminder of colonialism, which brought fatal diseases, cultural hegemony... Continue Reading →

KKKolumbus Day should be abolished

KKKolumbus Day should be abolished (llco.org) Columbus Day occurs around October 12th,  the day that Christopher Columbus arrived in the Americas. In the United States, it is celebrated on the second Monday in October. It is celebrated on other, similar days across the hemisphere. Columbus Day represents oppression, racism, imperialism, white supremacy. Columbus Day should... Continue Reading →

May 19, a day of heroes

May 19, a day of heroes (new-power.org) Today, May 19th, we celebrate the lives of two heroes of the anti-imperialist struggle. We celebrate the birth of Malcolm X, one of the greatest leaders of the Black liberation struggle against the United States. Although not a communist, Malcolm X was an important freedom fighter who stood... Continue Reading →

MLK, myth and reality

MLK, myth and reality (new-power.org) Today is MLK day. All across the US, people will hold marches and rallies. These will be sponsored by state and city governments, corporations, unions and non-profits. In these celebrations, the MLK that emerges is an MLK who is seen as safe to the establishment. MLK’s legacy, as re-imagined by... Continue Reading →

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