Palestinians murdered! Why no sympathy? No US intervention in Israel?

The New York Times headline on Monday about the butchering of Palestinians in Garza read “28 Palestinians die….,” as if they just died on their own or of natural causes. But these Palestinians (last reports were 58 dead and thousands more shot and wounded) were murdered by Israel because they have little to no fear…

Yale University is handing out free lessons in bigotry

For about the umpteenth time in the last few months a white person has called the ‘authorities” on someone who is Black. In some of the cases, when the police were called because the person either serving them or observing them called the police clearly because they either were consciously racist or subconsciously acting racist…

Lynching museum gives the victims the last word

The newly opened memorial to lynching, the Legacy Museum and National Memorial for Peace and Justice, in Montgomery Alabama is a project of the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) that also memorializes slavery, segregation and mass incarceration.  While slavery and segregation are a part of the US’s criminal past (of which many are well aware), lynching is a…

No Kanye West: selling out, not slavery was a choice

  “Did I hurt you.” Kanye West asked TMZ producer Van Latham after Latham rightfully repudiated the artist for making spurious, revisionist and misguided remarks about Black people in general and US slavery. The answer is yes!  West’s “selling out” either consciously or unconsciously, hurt Black people, as his misinterpretation of slavery has the potential…

Michelle Wolf too much truth for US Imperialism and its press

Mainstream media wasn’t going to do it so Michelle Wolf did it for them. In twenty minutes she told the truth about the Democrats, Republicans, Trump and his sycophants and the “Fourth Estate’s” ( MSM) complicity in the foolishness and meanness that is the present administration. The White House Correspondents Dinner and its official rejection…

Sacramento police shooting: was Stephon Clark a “super N—er”

As ridiculous as this headline reads, its indicative of the “apparent” insanity that surrounds the shooting of Stephon Clark by Sacramento police, last Sunday night. Either this shooting is an intentional function of the system we hold so dear, or Clark was a “Super Ni–er.” So here we are again, trying to make sense of…

Victim No.18 Courtlin Arrington senseless indeed

Seventeen year old Courtlin Arrington’s  death at the hands of a classmate with a gun earlier this month, should have been broadcast far and wide, as part of the continuing conversation on gun violence in schools, but it should have been. When students walked out in Alabama last week, they stayed out for 18 minutes…