Slavery, historic trauma and the critical need for reparations
The U.S. Reparations Debt to Afrikan, New Afrikan and Black People is past due and should be tendered immediately in all forms requested and known by humans to be essential to live a full, safe and healthy life.
Activists across the world deliver South Carolina prisoners’ demands to United...
South Carolina’s prison system has reached a breaking point, and right now it is breaking the minds, bodies and spirits of human beings.
United Nations intervention urgently needed to stop colonial carnage in West...
If the world and international media ignores West Papua now, the Indonesian security services may turn it into a bloodbath.
Congress members call Haitians ‘violent’ for marching unarmed against government forces...
Haiti Action Committee strongly condemns the joint statement by nine members of the House of Representatives claiming “Violent Protests That Have Left Haiti at a Standstill.” Their assertion, “While the frustrations that have prompted the protests are justifiable, the violent acts being used to express them are indefensible,” is as backwards a statement as President Trump equating those protesting white supremacy in Charlottesville with the racist demonstrators.
Congolese to UN: Let our army advance against Rwanda’s M23
On Wednesday, July 17, Nick Long reported for the Voice of America that the Congolese army’s recent successes at driving the M23 militia from their positions in eastern Congo have caused euphoria amongst Congolese, particularly in Goma, the capital city of North Kivu Province on Congo’s border with Rwanda. Here’s that Voice of America radio report: