Anti-Trump protestors miss the mark

African people can be seen on television debating with Trump supporters over the U.S. presidential candidate’s stance on key issues.

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.

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.

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 says NO to reparations for African people

Bernie says, "No" he can't support reparations for slavery and stolen black labor.

Colonialism Trumps Fascism in U.S. elections

The electoral process in the U.S. and other bourgeois countries is simply a nonviolent contest for control of the State by contending sectors of the white ruling class.

U.S. elections: A deadly fraud perpetrated against the people – especially Africans!

WASHINGTON, DC—The African People’s Socialist Party said it in 1984 and it’s still true today. “No Confidence in the U.S. Government - Democratic or Republican, Male or Female, Black or White! All Power to the People! Black Power to the Black Community!” and “The People Must Win Power With Our Own Hands: Neither Jesse Jackson Nor The Democratic Party Can Bring Power to the Black Working Class” - from The Burning Spear Newspaper, August 1984.