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50 Years Since the Release of George Jackson’s Blood in My Eye

A critical assessment, from Socialist Alternative Black Caucus in honor of Black August. On August...

Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised) Review

Socialist Alternative Black Caucus in commemoration of Black August Harlem, New York - In the...

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Interview with Socialist Alternative Black Caucus: One Year Since George Floyd

Interview with Eljeer Hawkins, member of Socialist Alternative's Black Caucus, launched in May to...

Socialist Alternative Launches Black Caucus

As the verdict was being announced in Derek Chauvin’s trial, 16 year-old Ma’Khia Bryant...

Movie Review: Judas and The Black Messiah

"During the lifetime of great revolutionaries, the oppressing classes constantly hounded them, received their...

Beyonce, the Super Bowl, and the Black Panthers

To young women around the world Beyonce represents something to strive toward. She is what millions of women and girls listen to when they wake up in the morning, get dressed, and go to school or work. They listen to her sing about girls running the world… True feminism is fighting for all women, giving them access to reproductive health care facilities, free childcare and fair wages. Beyonce brings up sexism and inequality, but to fight for those things it takes a lot more than singing. We must organize in the streets, universities, and workplace.

How the War Machine Was Stopped: 40 Years Since The Vietnam War

Forty years ago, on April 30 at 7:53 in the morning, the Marine helicopter...

Malcolm X and the Fight for Black Freedom

I am part of a generation of young African Americans that is beginning to rediscover Malcolm X. Let it not be mistaken; we know who he was and what he stood for.

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