Racism and Class: Atlas Restaurant Group

By Carlo July 16, 2020 “Every Black person has an Atlas story” -Robyn Murphy, Baltimore Sun, June 2020 BALTIMORE – It is no secret that capitalism is a racist system, and that true equality necessarily means its overthrow and replacement with socialism. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the heart of Baltimore, a city built on stolen Piscataway land, where a corporation known as … Continue reading Racism and Class: Atlas Restaurant Group

Settlers Murder New Afrikan Man in Brunswick, GA, Prosecutors Refuse to File Charges

By: Huey Dessalines BRUNSWICK, GA: Ahmaud Arbery, a 25 year old former high school star, was murdered by settlers Gregory and Travis McMichael while jogging near his home in Brunswick, Georgia on February 23. Arbery was jogging the same route that he routinely used, when settlers in the neighborhood called the police and reported a New Afrikan male allegedly engaging in burglarizing a house under … Continue reading Settlers Murder New Afrikan Man in Brunswick, GA, Prosecutors Refuse to File Charges

Racial Contradictions Turn Violent at Edwardsville High

By Toussaint Louverture November 6, 2019 EDWARDSVILLE: New Afrikan and settler students at Edwardsville High School in Edwardsville, Illinois fought on Monday and Tuesday of this week after the exposure of several racist social media posts by settler students using the n-word on the Snapchat app. There were also unverified threats on the part of some students to bring a firearm to school for unknown … Continue reading Racial Contradictions Turn Violent at Edwardsville High

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