Omali Yeshitela: The People’s War Against COVID-19

Chairman Omali Yeshitela on COVID-19 and the Party’s fightback—The People’s War. Featuring Luwezi Kinshasa, Secretary General, African Socialist International (ASI), Ona Zené Yeshitela, Deputy Chair, African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) Dr. Aisha Fields, Director, All African People’s Development and Empowerment Project, Akilé Anai, Director, APSP Department of Agit-Prop, Penny Hess, Chairwoman, African People’s Solidarity Committee…

The Compensation is Freedom

Njera Keith Image of the Igbo Landing of 1803 Capitalism preys on revolutionary strategy. It eats Black culture for breakfast. It siphons organic energy from the impetus of movement workers. In the 21st century, the Non-Profit Industrial Complex is its primary agent in this pursuit. That the NPIC monopolizes movement resources is accepted quite unanimously…

Frantz Fanon: The Brightness of Metal

The Tricontinental On this earth there is that which deserves life. – Mahmoud Darwish Frantz Fanon was born on the Caribbean island of Martinique on 25 July 1925. He died in the United States, from leukaemia, on 6 December 1961. He was thirty-six years old. At thirty-six he had been a protagonist in two wars,…

A Women’s Demonstration, Two Revolutions, and the Birth of a Socialist State

Lia Ferrante The following first appeared in the Spring 2020 issue of Breaking the Chains magazine, which you can purchase here. We must not underestimate the immense revolutionary power of women to ignite, fight, and win. The 1917 Russian Revolution that established the first socialist state in the world had two revolutions: one in February…