By Xion Abiodun For the past few weeks, the internet (at least the Black side of it) has been outraged over the Sha’carri Richardson situation. If you don’t know what happened, allow me to update you. The U.S. will not allow Sha’carri to travel to … Continue readingAre the 2021 Olympics Against Black Women?
By JR Valrey, The People’s Minister of Information For the last 50 years, “The Last Poets” have been instrumental in politically educating Black Amerikkka, as well as the world, to our uphill battle against genocide and for liberation and self-determination in the land of the … Continue readingAbiodun of the Last Poets Talks About Impact After 50 Years, Weak Slogans in the Movement, and the Role of Artists Today
by JR Valrey Former San Francisco Supervisor Malia Cohen has just been appointed to head the San Francisco Police Commission this month, by Mayor London Breed. This is a very critical time in the nation’s history, where relations between the Black and Brown community as … Continue readingSan Francisco’s Police Commissioner Malia Cohen Speaks
By JR Valrey, Black New World Media It is said that once the script is written, people can walk into the history that they wrote for themselves. George Orwell wrote “1984”, published in 1949. And as more and more is exposed about the largest corporate … Continue readingAmazon Starves and Abuses it Workers Locally, While Top Exec Pretends to Support Black Lives Matter