Rey was born in Sequoyah County, Oklahoma. He was of African American and Native American descent. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Kansas State Teacher’s College, majoring in Education. Rey moved to Cleveland, Ohio, where he taught for seven years and became a member of the Karamu House Theatre, world renowned for its […]

Originally posted on Dear Kitty. Some blog:
From Middle East Eye: ‘A message written in blood’ – British poet takes on Islamic State After writing a poem attacking preachers calling on Muslims in Europe to take up arms in the Middle East, Sana al-Yemen found herself at the centre of a media frenzy Tom Finn…

Originally posted on dokumentationsarchiv:
“The National Alliance Implodes” was the title of a thread started on the racist Web forum, Stormfront, last Friday directing readers to the SPLC’s recent report on the financial problems facing the long-decaying neo-Nazi group. The provocative title and the fact that it was posted by former National Alliance (NA) member…

Summary: TheAngryindian speaks with US Social Justice activist and anti-colonialist news blogger Scott Campbell a.k.a., the ‘AngryWhiteKid’ ( /@angrywhitekid) about recent developments and communiqués from the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN – and how their struggle relates to other Indigenous political and liberation (and survival) efforts in the Américas and across the Fourth World. Listen / […]

As early as 2000, Sterling was reaching out toward Capitol Hill about his concerns. He received a positive response from House member Julian Dixon (D-Calif.), a former chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, who expressed interest in pursuing the matter of racial discrimination at the CIA and contacted the agency about his case, Sterling says. […]

The documents, released on Thursday after a two-year appeal by the state attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, amount to 46 pages of a multi-volume 1975 report by Judge Bernard Meyer, who was appointed to investigate whether there was a cover-up of what happened at the prison. In the unsealed documents, Meyer wrote that investigators failed to […]

Summary:  TheAngryindian speaks with US Psychotherapist and Prisoner Rights Advocate George C. Mallinckrodt, ( / Twitter – @GeoMallinckrodt) author of ‘Getting Away With Murder: A True Story‘ (2014) based on the tragic and violent death of Darren Rainey, a mentally-challenged state of Florida prison inmate who was literally ‘cooked to death’ while in custody as a punishment by vindictive […]

Originally posted on Foucault News:
Busse, J. Theorizing Governance as Globalized Governmentality: The Dynamics of World-Societal Order in Palestine (2015) Middle East Critique, 29 p. Article in Press. DOI: 10.1080/19436149.2015.1010338 Abstract In many cases, Middle East Studies and International Relations (IR) fail to provide an appropriate account of governance and power and the underlying dynamics…

Originally posted on dokumentationsarchiv:
Sie zählten zu Hitlers Lieblingskünstlern: Joseph Thorak und Arno Breker schufen monumentale Skulpturen und Büsten von NS-Größen. Jetzt wurden verschollene Werke der beiden Bildhauer in einer Lagerhalle in Bad Dürkheim entdeckt. Zwei monumentale Kunstwerke, die einst für Adolf Hitlers Neue Reichskanzlei in Berlin gedacht waren, sind nach jahrelangen Ermittlungen in Bad…

The state National Association for the Advancement of Colored People says it will, for a ninth year, monitor to make sure blacks are not discriminated against by security measures. “The NAACP supports reasonable law enforcement tactics designed to promote public safety and peace,” state NAACP President Dr. Lonnie Randolph said in a statement. “The Association […]

Originally posted on Moorbey'z Blog:
By Workers World staff posted on May 19, 2015 The rebellions in both Ferguson, Mo., and Baltimore in response to state terror — more commonly called police brutality — are the most tremendous examples of rising social upheaval in the United States. The Black Lives Matter movement that has…

Originally posted on Warrior Publications:
“Death wish” graffiti in Maskwacis, formerly known as Hobbema, near Edmonton, Alberta. Photo: CBC News. ‘It’s beyond crisis. It’s an epidemic,’ says Cree culture and education teacher By Terry Reith and Briar Stewart, CBC News, May 20, 2015 On the hilltop beside a tiny chapel, Rick Lightning gazes at the fresh…

Though legal slavery in Senegal has been over for more than 100 years, I was curious about how the descendants of slaves in that Sine-Saloum village saw their legacy. I wanted to talk to them about their experiences and try to understand their stories. But my boyfriend refused. He said that if I asked people […]

Now, even educators outside of universities are learning about how the issue of racial privilege not only takes shape in their classrooms, but also in the everyday lives of students of color, from preschool through the end of high school.Some school districts, as a Fox News segment just highlighted last week, have spent thousands of […]

Malcolm didn’t tiptoe around diagnosing the illness of white supremacy or pointing out its symptoms in the form of religious terrorism and police brutality. He boldly declared that systemic racism is not baseless conjecture; rather, it is a deeply embedded statement of fact that provides the framework for the United States of America. Malcolm X […]

Black Time Travel | Raven Symone doesn’t want Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill: “We need to move a little bit forward” – Did she ever say this about slave owner Andrew Jackson being on the $20 bill for all these years? Probably not. Also, the progress that Symone talks about is interesting given that […]


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