From Black Wall Street to Black Capitalism

Too Black “As word of what some would later call the “Negro uprising” began to spread across the white community, groups of armed whites began to gather at hastily-arranged meeting  places, to discuss what to do next.” Tulsa Race Riot: A Report by the Oklahoma Commission to Study the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921 “For…

The Hidden History of Zionism

The Hidden History of Zionism by Ralph Schoenman- Download PDF Read Online on the Middle East Archive Bibliographic note Acknowledgements Preface: The Uprising 1. The Four Myths 2. Zionist Objectives 3. Colonizing Palestine 4. Tragic Consequences 5. The Seizure of the Land</Bibliographic note Acknowledgements Preface: The Uprising 1. The Four Myths 2. Zionist Objectives 3….

Racial Extermination as State Policy

Jesus Chucho Garcia Racism and racial discrimination is a consequence of the emergence of capitalism and its continuity in imperialism. To justify the kidnapping of millions of Africans for the purpose of exploiting the accumulation of the capitalist mode of production, the African and his/her descendants were denigrated with argument of of biological, intellectual and…

Fundamental Black and Native Opposition to White Settler State

Blacks and Native Americans continue to pose a threat to the “conquistador white settler nation,” agues Tiffany King, author of “The Black Shoals: Offshore Formations of Black and Native Studies.” King is a professor of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University of Georgia. “There are impulses within both Black abolition and Native decolonization…

The US State and the US Revolution

Eugene Puryear It is no exaggeration to say that the principal disputes between activists, organizations and political trends in U.S. social movements have hinged on different understandings of, and attitudes toward, the state. What distinguishes a revolutionary communist perspective from a reformist perspective is not one of momentary tactics, which may range from the most…