Special Features

Anti-Trump protestors are missing the mark

Trump, as well as his supporters, have proven that they are not above condoning and using violence against those who wish to protest or show disagreement with Donald Trump’s campaign. Despite the violence at Trump rallies and his promises to pay the legal fees for supporters who resort to attacking anti-Trump demonstrators, protests are still happening. African people can be seen on television debating with Trump supporters over the U.S. presidential candidate’s stance on key issues.

Flint genocide turns African resident’s skin condition into unbearable pain

It has been almost two years since the colonial government of Flint, Michigan switched Flint’s water source to the Flint River, providing its residents with lead, bacteria and chemical-filled water.

BIBC National Conference: The 2016 Election and the Struggle for Self-determination

The Black Is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations (BIBC) is holding its annual national conference "The 2016 Elections and the Struggle for Self-Determination" on April 9, 2016 at St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Harlem, New York.

Former U.S. first lady Nancy Reagan dies; leaves behind a legacy of African genocide

Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA—Nancy Reagan, the wife of the deceased 40th U.S. president Ronald Reagan, died Saturday, March 5, 2016 from heart failure. She was 94 years old.

African Internationalism is spreading!

Young Africans everywhere are knocking on the door of the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP). This shows that the new generation of African revolutionary organizers are seeking real solutions put forth by the APSP, through the science of African Internationalism.

Bernie Sanders up to his usual antics

Photos of a 21-year-old Bernie Sanders being arrested at a civil rights protest in the 60s while attending the University of Chicago have recently surfaced from the Chicago Tribune's archives.

Bernie Sanders is not the answer for African college students

U.S. democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, in his undying lust for the control of the minds of African people, started a tour of Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs).

Feel the Blarney: The 2016 U.S. presidential elections

The electoral process is simply the means by which the different white rulers conduct generally safe, non-violent contests among themselves to take control of the State for the security and advancement of their economic interests.

Bernie Sanders is against reparations for slavery

Bernie Sanders had stepped out during this year's puppet (presidential) elections as the candidate for the African people in the U.S.