as seen on Twitter: — — — — Video: — — — I found this very interesting passage in Robert A. Brady’s The Spirit and Structure of German Fascism (London: Victor Gollancz 1937). It’s about the Labour Front, or Deutschearbeitsfront to give it its German name. This was the Nazi organization which was set up […]

The British West Indies Regiment mutiny, 1918 – Steven Johns – Initially, the Secretary Of State for War Lord Kitchener believed that black British soldiers should not be allowed to join the forces, but King George V’s intervention – combined with the need for men – made it possible. Thousands of West Indians volunteered. Their […]

Here’s what voter suppression looked like in Alabama in the middle of the 20th century. via How One Alabama Sherriff Worked Openly to Oppress People of Color — Longreads

Minnesota prosecutors filed terrorism charges against a man on Monday, but his identity was surprising given the racial bias involved in the alleged crimes. See Also: Cops Spark Outrage With ‘Racist’ Christmas Tree Decorations In Precinct With Poor Community Relations Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman charged 55-year-old Lloyd Edward Johnson, a white man from a… via […]

Minnesota prosecutors filed terrorism charges against a man on Monday, but his identity was surprising given the racial bias involved in the alleged crimes. See Also: Cops Spark Outrage With ‘Racist’ Christmas Tree Decorations In Precinct With Poor Community Relations Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman charged 55-year-old Lloyd Edward Johnson, a white man from a… via […]

— An emotional subject like Rape being explained by the G.M.S. Israelite’s who states the holy bible “Allows” a man to rape a woman. They go on to say even little girls are subjected to this holy rape endorsed by God himself. — Michael Harriot // Michael Harriot

Abstract: Performance studies requires an engagement with Native studies scholarship and settler colonial critiques to be fully accountable to the global stakes of indigeneity and Indigenous performance. An exploration of the legacies of colonialism, scholarly misinterpretation, and the pressures of cultural authenticity reveals the division between performance studies and Native studies and the need for […] […]