Black women take a position in tribute to Sandra Bland who died in police custody “If I die in police custody, burn everything down, no building is more important than my life…” “If I die in police custody… make sure I am the last person to die in police custody by any means necessary!” “If […]
Posts tagged Black Lives Matter
For our mothers breaking sea chains. Nou la – we’re here. On mother’s day, again we lay this breaking-sea-chains’ work down, our offering to honor the Black women who do not submit, love self and do not integrate with injustice: “unwashed by the space that turns an ocean into a ditch, she crossed her own […]
Condemn the racist lynch-mob in the Dominican Republic that lynched Henry Claude ‘Tulile’ Jean. Boycott the Dominican Republic for making apartheid and racism legal by revoking the citizenship of up to 220,000 Haitians of Dominican descent. It is the state repression that emboldens mob violence that hung Tulile from a tree in the public park at Santiago. Boycott Dominican Republic goods, services, tourist travel and trade for making racism legal. Stop the civil genocide, legalize violence, apartheid and ethnic cleansing by law in the Dominican Republic.
Haitians Protest Life Under US-UN Occupation Ezili interview on Black Agenda Report weekly radio broadcast with Glen Ford plus interview with Cornel West and Bob Avakian Dialogue at Riverside Church, published by BAR, Nov. 26, 2014 Thousands demonstrated in the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince, on November 18th and throughout the week, fueled by a […]