We Have No Other Option: Reflections from a Cadre Who Was Arrested In Solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en

“Where is the pain?”
“Everywhere.”
“What happened?”
“Someone threw me on the ground and hit me.”
The now concerned nurse asked, “who hurt you?”
“The police.”

This response left the nurse and the guard laughing. The moment they found out that the perpetrator was a cop they walked away laughing. Continue reading We Have No Other Option: Reflections from a Cadre Who Was Arrested In Solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en

“We Are Aztlán”: Aztlán and Chicano Liberation

By Saxon February 26, 2020 Origin of Aztlán The birthplace of the seven tribes was by some accounts Chicomoztoc: A series of caves in what we call Aztlán (The Land of White Sands) that housed seven closely related tribes. Moving out of the caves, they populated Aztlán, our ancestral homeland. The Mexica and the other tribes were ruled by a tyrannical Elite known as the … Continue reading “We Are Aztlán”: Aztlán and Chicano Liberation

The 13th: Prison Labor is Slavery

By Carlo February 25, 2020 It is no secret that the foundation of the United Snakes of America was made possible by the enslavement of Native Americans and Africans, and the colonization of the continent by European powers. However, it is commonly thought that colonization and slavery have ended, when the truth is that through the political machinations of the ruling elite, neither have ended; … Continue reading The 13th: Prison Labor is Slavery

Saint Louis City Circuit Attorney Sues City and Police Union Under Ku Klux Klan Act, Alleges Racial Conspiracy

By Huey Dessalines January 23, 2020 SAINT LOUIS: Kim Gardner, the first New Afrikan circuit attorney in Saint Louis, is suing the City and the local white Police Union (SLPOA) after what she claims is a “broad campaign of collusive conduct” to obstruct her carrying out the duties of her office. Gardner is perceived as being a “progressive prosecutor” in the vein of Chesa Boudin … Continue reading Saint Louis City Circuit Attorney Sues City and Police Union Under Ku Klux Klan Act, Alleges Racial Conspiracy

On Organizing While White, and What it Means to Be an “Ally”

By Carlo January 15, 2020 Approaching organizing can be a strange and awkward task for newly radicalized white men in predominantly non-white spaces. To those without experience, it may seem difficult to assess your place in assisting mass organizations lead by people of color, non hetero-normative people, and non-binary folks. This awkwardness can often be due to contradictions in social standing, differences from where you … Continue reading On Organizing While White, and What it Means to Be an “Ally”

Terre Haute Gathers for the New Afrikan People’s Assembly

By Comrade Delphi TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA – The skies on the morning of August 17th broke open and clamored with the pulse of thunder and a torrent of hail. Winds blew the rain sideways and doused the decorations under the pavilions in the Terre Haute’s popular Deming Park. The grass extending before the soundstage was drowned in a pool inches deep and the rows of … Continue reading Terre Haute Gathers for the New Afrikan People’s Assembly

It’s Been Just a Year Since a Man Was Lynched in Saint Louis

October 17, 2019 marked the one year anniversary of the murder of Danye Jones. A candlelit vigil was held by family members at their old home, and they are still looking for answers. To mark this occasion, we are republishing this piece, originally written directly after his death, as his family continues to fight for justice. By Toussaint Louverture The soul of the tight knit … Continue reading It’s Been Just a Year Since a Man Was Lynched in Saint Louis