Tags Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee
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Abuse of refugees exposes the White House’s long-standing policy towards Haiti
Revenge is an ugly look on the face of slave-holder U.S. policy against Haitian refugees.
Haitian refugee crisis made in the USA, border patrol agents whip...
U.S. Empire imperils with impunity the continued trauma and terror on the Haitian people seeking asylum “offered” by the Empire.
Rep. Barbara Lee marks 100th anniversary of Tulsa Greenwood Massacre, calling...
Past Due. Immediate material reparations to survivors and descendants of the Tulsa Greenwood Massacre are essential to begin healing and repair for the intentional death and destruction caused.
Prison Panthers and awakening the Black radical
I have always said that if you want to understand the nature of a thing, you must research its origin. I would venture to say that the iconic freedom fighter and servant of the people Malcolm X was the first “Prison Panther,” although he was not known officially as such. However, when Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale founded the Black Panther Party for Self Defense in 1966 at Merritt College in Oakland, California, the legacy of their hero, OUR HERO, Malcolm X was on their mind.
People helping people survive Harvey: Dispatches from Beaumont and Houston
I spoke to Jonathan Chartian this morning. Released from prison Dec. 14, 2016, he is confined to his home when not at work, his job suspended since Hurricane Harvey. He is really concerned about the excessive show of police and military presence, which is not protecting the rights of citizens, rather complicating an already volatile situation between Black and Brown people and law enforcement.