We say goodbye to a former Black Panther, 44-year political prisoner, and fighter for humanity.
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Black reparations: a vision for achieving real justice
Poet and socialist feminist organizer Nellie Wong reviews a “refreshing take on both the issue and the collective work ahead.”
Proposing a pathway forward in the fight for Black lives
Reviewer and anti-police brutality activist Lee Gill “cannot recommend this pamphlet enough to anyone committed to true, far-reaching revolutionary action.”
The Woman King — worthy of a watch and an Oscar
A gloriously textured portrait of the West African kingdom of Dahomey in the early 1820s, scandalously shut out by the Academy.
Southern California bosses pit Latinx and Black workers against each other
Managements at Ryder Integrated Logistics and Cardinal Health are responsible for creating sexist and racially charged work environments.
His Name Is George Floyd
Black journalists Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa describe with warmth and respect Floyd’s personal history and the movement his death reenergized.
Mobilisations across Australia demand justice for Cassius
The Freedom Social Party stands in solidarity with the extended family and the traumatised friends of Cassius Turvey and the Noongar community of Boorloo.
Aftershock: the repercussions of Black maternal mortality
A film following two mourning fathers on their journey to raise their children as single parents while working to build a movement.
The equality Nina Simone demanded in song is still denied Black communities in Jackson, neglected for decades and at the mercy of a failed water system.
Truth and treaty: Foundations for First Nations justice
When it comes to the rights of First Nations, Australia is woefully behind the rest of the world.