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Zionism is Canada’s Sacred Cow

The Canadian government has embarked on a project to disappear any anti-Zionist narratives and to discredit anyone who expresses them. The Zionist project is now treated as if it were a "protected group."

 


 

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BAR Book Forum: Robyn Maynard and Leanne Betasamosake Simpson’s “Rehearsals for Living”

This week’s featured authors are Robyn Maynard and Leanne Betasamosake Simpson. Maynard is an award-winning Black feminist scholar-activist based in Toronto, and the author of the national bestseller Policing Black Lives: State violence in Canada from Slavery to the Present. Simpson is a renowned Michi Saagiig Nishnaabeg scholar, writer and artist, who has been widely recognized as one of the most compelling Indigenous voices of her generation. Their book is Rehearsals for Living.

 


 

Zimbabwe protest in 2019. (Photo: EPA-EFE / Aaron Ufumeli)

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We Charge Imperialism: The International People’s Tribunal on U.S. Imperialism: Sanctions, Blockades, and Economic Coercive Measures

The International People's Tribunal on U.S. Imperialism will convene in 2023. This position paper describes how sanctions are used as a tool of imperialism.

 


 

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Ghost Stories of Capitalism: Racism is REAL, and It’s a Class Struggle

From culture wars to identity politics, it's easy to get sucked into toxic rhetoric and forget the reality of racism staring the US in the face.

 


 

Illustration: Where There's Smoke by Mr. Fish in ScheerPost

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Israel and the Rise of Jewish Fascism

The mask is being lifted from the face of Israel’s apartheid state, exposing a grinning death’s head that portends the obliteration of the few restraints against killing Palestinians.

 


 

Reynold Deeb, Gilbert Bigio, and Sherif Abdallah, three of Haiti’s most prominent businessmen. Canada has sanctioned all three men.

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Rain of Sanctions Augurs U.S.-Prodded Regime Change in Haiti from Musseau to Montana

U.S. and Canadian sanctions against Haitians are a signal that a new Core Group regime change plot is underway.

This article was originally published in Haïti Liberté and is the first of two parts. 

 


 

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Alex Saab, Venezuelan Political Prisoner on Trial in Miami, Refuses to “Sing”

Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab was kidnapped by the U.S. in 2020 and is still in custody. An evidentiary hearing is taking place to determine if the country that constantly speaks of a "rules based order" will be forced to abide by international law and free its hostage.

 


 

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Charges Dismissed Against Tracy McCarter

In the September 23, 2022 segment of Black Agenda Radio we discussed the case of Tracy McCarter. The New York City nurse was charged with murder as she attempted to defend herself from her violent estranged husband. The Manhattan District Attorney recently dismissed those charges and ended her ordeal. Amy Goodman covered this story on November 29 on her program Democracy Now! in an interview with attorney Victoria Law. Beth Richie can also be heard in this excerpt from that program.

 


 

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ESSAY: Labor, Neoliberalism, and the 2004 Coup in Haiti, Jeb Sprague, 2008

What role did labor play in the 2004 coup in Haiti? A 2008 essay illuminates the convergence of labor politics, neoliberal policy, and imperial malfeasance.

 


 

Hakeem Jeffries, left, kneeling with the Rev. Al Sharpton and Mayor Bill DeBlasio to commemorate the anniversary of George Floyd’s death. (Photo: Gabriela Bhaskar for The New York Times)

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Hakeem Jeffries and the Railroad Workers

A new Black "first" came along at the same moment that the Democratic Party showed itself to be a servant of the ruling classes. Hakeem Jeffries is a very willing tool of powerful people. There is no reason to celebrate his ascension to the House Minority Leader position.

 


 

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Afghanistan News Update #15

The U.S. continues its theft of Afghanistan's assets, and the people there continue to suffer. 

 


 

Four Afghanis trying to cook at night outside of a small tent. (Photo: Petros Giannakouris/AP])

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Afghanistan News Update #15

The U.S. continues its theft of Afghanistan's assets, and the people there continue to suffer. 

 


 

(Photo by Zach Vessels on Unsplash)

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Black Alliance for Peace Stands in Solidarity with the People of Haiti and Haitian Migrants Against Racist Harassment and Mass Deportations in the Dominican Republic

The Black Alliance for Peace again brings attention to the Dominican Republic's human rights violations against Haitians and Haitian descended Dominicans.

 


 

Local residents argue with a policeman while the casket of a man shot dead during anti-government protests lies on the ground in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, February 22, 2019. (Photo: REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado)

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US Tax Dollars at Work: Neocolonial Dictatorship, Paramilitary and Police Terror in Haiti Today

The call for "law and order" and strengthening police in Haiti is as dangerous as talk of any occupation. The police force is connected with Haitian oligarchs and their political puppets and is yet another tool for denying the people their sovereign and human rights.

 


 

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Worthy and Unworthy Protest on the Critical Hour

Margaret Kimberley appeared on the November 30, 2022 edition of Sputnik's The Critical Hour with co-hosts Garland Nixon and Dr. Wilmer Leon. They discussed her latest Black Agenda Report column, Worthy and Unworthy Protest. Which protest is considered legitimate, which are ignored, and why?

 


 

Jorge Rodriguez, President of Venezuela's Congress and Head of Nicolas Maduro's negotiating team arrives in Mexico City for meetings with opposition. (Photo: REUTERS/Paola Garcia)

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Venezuelan Government and Opposition Sign ‘Social Agreement’, US Approves Chevron License

The US desire to secure Venezuela's oil has resulted in the easing of the diplomatic and commercial "maximum pressure" campaign. The Venezuelan government was resolute in its fight for sovereignty.

This article was originally published in Venezuelanalysis.

 


 

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BAR Book Forum: Miguel Valerio’s Book, “Sovereign Joy: Afro-Mexican Kings and Queens”

This week’s featured author is Miguel Valerio. Valerio is Assistant Professor of Spanish at Washington University in St. Louis. His book is Sovereign Joy: Afro-Mexican Kings and Queens, 1539-1640.

 


 

Xi Jinping and Joe Biden meet at the 2022 G20 in Bali. (Photo: Doug Mills, New York Times)

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China's Leadership Shines Bright in Asia's Moment

China shows leadership in Asia while the U.S. relies on threats and interference to get its way.

 


 

Protesters at 2021 Kill the Bill march in London (Photo: Extinction Rebellion)

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Worthy and Unworthy Protest

Protesters in some nations are celebrated. Others are ignored. Protest is a human right to be respected but instead can be used as a pretext for nefarious motives such as regime change.

 


 

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Club None Long To Belong To…*

Club None Long To Belong To…*

 


 

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WINTER IS COMING for Ukraine and Taiwan with Garland Nixon, Margaret Kimberley and Danny Haiphong

Margaret Kimberley and Garland Nixon join Danny Haiphong on The Left Lens discussing social media censorship, Ukraine, China, and the contradiction

 


 

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2022 Midterm Election Analysis

Dr. Anthony Monteiro is a Duboisian scholar and founder of the Saturday Free School for Philosophy and Black Liberation, which recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. He joins us from Philadelphia to discuss the 2022 midterm election results.

 


 

Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State, and former president Bill Clinton at opening of garment factory in Haiti on October 22, 2012 (Photo: Getty Pool)

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Haiti in the Caribbean: A Political Economy Perspective on the Urgent Crisis of Imperialism

If Haiti is "the poorest country in the hemisphere" it is because imperialist policies continue to impoverish and destabilize that nation. 

 


 

Protest in Haiti (Photo: AP)

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Music in Montreal: Our song, “The Internationale!”

Music in Montreal: Our song, “The Internationale!”

 


 

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BAR Book Forum: Cristina M. Visperas’s Book, “Skin Theory”

This week’s featured author is Cristina Mejia Visperas. Visperas is Assistant Professor of Communication at the University of Southern California. Her book is Skin Theory: Visual Culture and the Postwar Prison Laboratory.

 


 

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