By Phoenix Calida (July 8, 2015) If you didn’t have shit to say when they turned housing projects into high rises and created turf wars;
Tag Archive: #blacklivesmatter
Making #blacklivesmatter in Oregon By Joseph Orosco (July 3, 2015) (Update 2018: Since this post was first published there have been many developments in regard to Joseph Avery’s namesake in Corvallis. In 2016, a process started at Oregon State to investigate the historical legacy of several buildings on campus, including Avery Lodge, to determine whether the figures…
By Javier Cervantes I went to bed Wednesday night saddened and in disgust. Yet another act of cowardly malice reared its ugly head again; this time the victims were members of the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina where Dylann Roof confessed to the brutal murder of nine church-goers .
Several Anarres Project writers respond to the brutal shooting in Charleston, South Carolina and what it means in the context of US history and politics at this very moment.
By Chris Crass “It will be investigated as a hate crime” committed at nearly every level of U.S. society. This is a mass murder that screams throughout the history of this racist country. A mass murder of Black people at a historic Black church rooted in Black liberation struggle.
Is Rachel Dolezal a “Saltapatras”? What Latin America Can Teach us about so called ‘transracial’ Identity.
By Joseph Orosco Is Rachel Dolezal Black or is she a white person “passing” as Black?
By Phoenix Calida But Rachel is helping the black community. How?
By Chris Crass Notes to a faith-based organizer on a proposal to their majority white denomination on ways to step up in these Black Lives Matter movement times:
By Chris Crass No Black liberation people’s movement on the move, no resignation of officer in McKinney, TX. No video, no resignation. People in McKinney speaking out and demonstrating with national outcry and movement: resignation.
By Mark Naison Just think. If we ended the Drug War, a third of the prisons in the US would have to be closed;
By Paul Messersmith-Glavin From time to time, I get insights into the rigid mindset of white America and realize how some people will never change. Like my grade school friend who recently said she is all in favor of protesting, but also calls the Black youth of Baltimore “thugs” for their rebellion and actually tells people that’s a “race…