donate or subscribe
Follow Us Twitter Facebook

Posts Tagged with "African history and culture"

Talkin’ with author Devyn Benson about ‘Antiracism in Cuba: The Unfinished Revolution’

August 2, 2016

“Antiracism in Cuba: The Unfinished Revolution” by author and professor Devyn Benson is an impressive study on the history of racism and Black organizing in Cuba prior to the 1959 revolution and right after it. I talked with author Devyn Benson about racial nuances as we discussed Black Cuban history. Check her out in her own words in this exclusive interview.

1 Comment
Filed Under: Haiti and Latin America
Tags:

The Black Guerrilla Family and human freedom

February 11, 2015

Under the aegis of repressing a “gang” called the Black Guerrilla Family (BGF), the administration carried on a witchhunt against the political thinking of many Black prisoners and punished them by solitary confinement. This article, the second in a series of three, looks at the notion of prison gang, its relation to the prisoner’s need for defense and how that affects us beyond the prison wall.

3 Comments
Filed Under: Prison Stories
Tags:

Save Nubia, or 5,000 years of African history will be lost

September 4, 2012

The mission of the Save Nubia Project is to help raise awareness about the pending flooding of the central areas of the ancient Kushite and Nubian civilizations in the Sudan. There are a series of dams scheduled for construction which will cause the Nile River to back up, create a reservoir, flood countless ancient archaeological sites and displace well over 100,000 local Sudanese people.

BayView Classifieds - ads, opportunities, announcements