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Dennis Banks

Mumia Abu-Jamal

In the late 1960s and early ‘70s, two names emerged from the Native American and Indigenous community that stood for resistance to white repression and assaults on Native life: Russell Means and Dennis Banks. They… Full Transcript

Women’s March

Kerry “Shakaboona” Marshall

Let’s face it. President Trump’s entire presidential election campaign was so mysogynistic, sexist, anti-choice, and anti-women’s rights, that women of America had no other option but to fight back against what can only be called… Full Transcript

White Supremacist Controlling the White House

Kerry “Shakaboona” Marshall

America is facing dire straits ahead. Donald J. Trump is now President-Elect, the Republicans have won the majority in the House and Senate, the majority of Governors are Republicans, Trump’s Cabinet positions are being filled… Full Transcript

The Art of Political Activism

Black August 2004

Mumia Abu-Jamal

It was a sweaty, steaming night in August, when a group of African captives gathered in the forests of Marne Rouge, in Le Cap, San Domingue. It was August, 1791. Among these men was a… Full Transcript

Black August 2003

Mumia Abu-Jamal

Black August has many markers throughout the long history of resistance in the Americas. There are more than we could ever recount here. But here are a few that are important and undeniable events that… Full Transcript