Ajamu Baraka - Archive

There Can be no Workers’ Rights without Peace and Social Justice: Ajamu Baraka By Ajamu Baraka, September 13, 2019
The “Squad” Will Need to Realize that You Can’t Defeat White Supremacy with White Supremacy By Ajamu Baraka, July 19, 2019
U.S. Militarism and the One-Sided Class War By Ajamu Baraka, July 06, 2019
In the U.S. They Are Never Called Human Rights Violations By Ajamu Baraka, June 20, 2019
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70: Time to De-Colonize Human Rights! By Ajamu Baraka, December 06, 2018
Syria and the S-300s: Re-Centering the People in the Global Struggles for Power By Ajamu Baraka, October 03, 2018
Taking a Meaningful Anti-war Position: Opposing Bipartisan Warmongering Is Defending Human Rights of the Poor and Working Class By Ajamu Baraka, August 15, 2018
Trump and the Politics of Neoliberal Distraction By Ajamu Baraka, August 02, 2018
High Crimes and Misdemeanors: Not by Trump But Obama and Democrats By Ajamu Baraka, July 26, 2018
The North Korea Issue Is Not “De-Nuclearization” But “De-Colonization” By Ajamu Baraka, June 13, 2018
The Democrats Out-Right the Right on North Korean Summit By Ajamu Baraka, June 12, 2018
Black Alliance for Peace Says No to “War with Iran”! By Ajamu Baraka, May 10, 2018
Marching for the Democrats: Another Farce on Washington? By Ajamu Baraka, March 29, 2018
Venezuela: Revenge of the Mad-Dog Empire By Ajamu Baraka, February 22, 2018
Liberal Totalitarianism and the Trump Diversion By Ajamu Baraka, February 03, 2018
The Responsibility to Protect the World … from the United States By Ajamu Baraka, January 15, 2018
Race, Repression and Russiagate: Defending Radical Black Self-Determination By Ajamu Baraka, November 09, 2017
Video: The Longest US War: Korea 1950 – 2017 By Ajamu Baraka and WRFG Labor Forum, November 03, 2017
The Empire’s Hustle: Why Anti-Trumpism Doesn’t Include Anti-War By Ajamu Baraka, September 20, 2017
The Story of Charlottesville Was Written in Blood in the Ukraine By Ajamu Baraka, August 17, 2017
In Healthcare Battle, Corporations Continue to Win While Public Loses By Ajamu Baraka, July 13, 2017
The Body Count Rises in the U.S. War Against Black People By Ajamu Baraka, June 21, 2017
Energizing the Anti-War Movement: The Black Alliance for Peace By Ajamu Baraka, April 05, 2017
Malcolm X and Human Rights in the Time of Trumpism: Transcending the Masters Tools By Ajamu Baraka, February 26, 2017
Trump’s Neo-Fascism will be Built on Neo-Fascism of Obama and Democrat Party By Ajamu Baraka, January 04, 2017
Beyonce and the Politics of Cultural Dominance By Ajamu Baraka, February 11, 2016
Why African Americans Should Stand with Muslims and Arabs By Ajamu Baraka, December 16, 2015
War, Repression and International Gangsterism: U.S. State Policy from Benghazi to Baltimore By Ajamu Baraka, November 04, 2015
The Obama Two-Step on Syria By Ajamu Baraka, September 24, 2015
The Yemen Tragedy and the Ongoing Crisis of the Left in the United States By Ajamu Baraka, September 17, 2015
The Assassination of Sandra Bland and the Struggle against State Repression By Ajamu Baraka, July 27, 2015
No, ‘Je Suis Charleston’?: The De-Politicization of Black Oppression By Ajamu Baraka, July 02, 2015
Stopping the Trans-Pacific Partnership is a “Black Issue” By Ajamu Baraka, May 13, 2015
Baltimore and the Human Right to Resistance: Rejecting the Framework of the Oppressor By Ajamu Baraka, April 29, 2015
Invading Yemen: Criminality in Support of Hegemony By Ajamu Baraka, March 29, 2015
Israel’s Election: “Obamafication” of Israeli Oppression By Ajamu Baraka, March 18, 2015
Obama’s Legacy: Permanent War and Liberal Accommodation? By Ajamu Baraka, February 20, 2015
The Destabilization of Africa and the Role of “Shadowy Islamists”. From Benghazi to Boko Haram By Ajamu Baraka, January 25, 2015
African Americans are Finally Awakening from an Almost Two Decade Long Sleep. Resistance to Oppression is a Human Right! By Ajamu Baraka, November 27, 2014
Violence and Resistance in Palestine By Ajamu Baraka, November 20, 2014
While ISIS Moves to Slaughter Kurds in Kobani, the U.S. Bombs Syrian Grain Silos By Ajamu Baraka, October 12, 2014
Race and Militarism from Ferguson to Syria: A letter to African Americans By Ajamu Baraka, October 09, 2014
From Victim to Colonial Settler: Shifting the Paradigm on Israel By Ajamu Baraka, July 30, 2014
Witness to an International Crime: Israeli State Terrorism in Gaza By Ajamu Baraka, July 16, 2014
The Human Rights Crisis in Iraq. Bush, Blair, Obama and the Blood of the Innocent By Ajamu Baraka, June 24, 2014
Elections in Syria: The People Say No to Foreign Intervention By Ajamu Baraka, June 04, 2014
Corporate Oligarchy or People’s Democracy: Countering the Elite Agenda By Ajamu Baraka, April 30, 2014
White Supremacist Extremist Groups: The Kansas Jewish Community Center Shootings: White-washing White Terrorism By Ajamu Baraka, April 18, 2014
Ukraine and 21st Century Neo-Fascism: Left-Wing Support for Imperialism and White Supremacy By Ajamu Baraka, April 02, 2014
Ukraine and the Pathology of America’s Liberal Worldview. An African American Perspective By Ajamu Baraka, March 06, 2014
Syria and Washington’s Plan B: Building a Case for “Humanitarian” Military Intervention, Again By Ajamu Baraka, February 27, 2014
Geneva II: US Orwellian Subterfuge – Al-Qaeda Acts as America’s Boots on the Ground in Syria By Ajamu Baraka, January 24, 2014
Syria Peace Conference: The Obama Administration’s Orwellian Subterfuge By Ajamu Baraka, January 23, 2014
The Budget Deal and Neoliberalism: The U.S. and the South African Connection By Ajamu Baraka, January 10, 2014
Humanitarian Rhetoric Deployed in the Service of Empire: The Need for an Ethical and Political “De-Colonization of Human Rights” By Ajamu Baraka, December 14, 2013
Moral Hypocrisy and U.S. Exceptionalism By Ajamu Baraka, September 15, 2013
Martin Luther King: “My Dream is Not Obama”. By Ajamu Baraka, August 19, 2013
The Empire’s New Clothes: The Naked Imperialism of “Humanitarian Intervention” By Ajamu Baraka, June 18, 2013
Syria and the Sham of “Humanitarian Intervention” By Ajamu Baraka, June 04, 2013
“U.S. Guilty of Genocide in Guatemala” Should be the Real Headline.The Conviction of Former Dictator Efrain Rios Montt. Who was Pulling The Strings? By Ajamu Baraka, May 14, 2013