Nixon’s racism crossed international borders

In 1960, the Eisenhower administration made plans to murder Patrice Lumumba. their justifications ranged from the standard, ‘he’s a communist,’ to the surreal, ‘he looks luciferean.’ At one National Security Council meeting, Vice President Nixon observed, “Some of the peoples of Africa have been out of trees for only about 50 years,” to which BudgetContinue reading “Nixon’s racism crossed international borders”

Trump’s War for Hearts and Minds: America’s Deep-State and the Evisceration of Truth-Telling

By Kweku Samory Ba I read Charles Blow’s withering statement of defiance to the incoming Trump administration and was pleased to see that an editorial columnist of his standing has taken such a committed stance of resistance based on a “moral obligation to do so.”  All journalists should resist the ‘honeymoon’ with Trump and hold his feetContinue reading “Trump’s War for Hearts and Minds: America’s Deep-State and the Evisceration of Truth-Telling”

Venceremos! The Legacy of Fidel Castro — iMWiL! Emancipatory Journalism & Media

Fidel Castro (August 13, 1926 – November 25, 2016) is remembered in this discussion with long time international organizers Rosa Clemente, veteran scholar and activist and former Green Party Vice-Presidential nominee and Netfa Freeman currently with Pan-African Community Action (PACA) based in Washington, DC. via Venceremos! The Legacy of Fidel Castro — iMWiL! Emancipatory Journalism &Continue reading “Venceremos! The Legacy of Fidel Castro — iMWiL! Emancipatory Journalism & Media”