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OP-ED: Castro was problematic but his crucial role in the fight against white supremacy is lost on white liberals

On one side I’m seeing celebrations because to them a totalitarian* dictator has finally died (peacefully in his home at age 90), and their argument is that he was evil because many Cubans died, were exiled, and were denied basic freedoms under his regime. Other tamer arguments are that he was a poor leader because his economy fluctuated from ruin to stabilization. On the other side of this argument (worth noting: from primarily Black and Brown people) Castro was the hero who destroyed the myth…See More
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OP-ED: Castro was problematic but his crucial role in the fight against white supremacy is lost on white liberals

On one side I’m seeing celebrations because to them a totalitarian* dictator has finally died (peacefully in his home at age 90), and their argument is that he was evil because many Cubans died, were exiled, and were denied basic freedoms under his regime. Other tamer arguments are that he was a poor leader because his economy fluctuated from ruin to stabilization. On the other side of this argument (worth noting: from primarily Black and Brown people) Castro was the hero who destroyed the myth…See More
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Paris Contre Trump: an Anti-Trump Protest in Paris

In spite of the 40-degree weather, close to 1000 protesters gathered in the streets of Paris last Saturday. The reason was simple, to publicly display their frustration, anger and hurt surrounding the election of Donald Trump. Whether chanting in English, French or Spanish, the protesters expressed their thoughts with passion. Of the many, one chant was repeatedly returned to: Muslim rights are human rights! Muslim rights are human rights! By Marva Mercedes, AFROPUNK ContributorPerhaps its…See More
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Paris Contre Trump: an Anti-Trump Protest in Paris

In spite of the 40-degree weather, close to 1000 protesters gathered in the streets of Paris last Saturday. The reason was simple, to publicly display their frustration, anger and hurt surrounding the election of Donald Trump. Whether chanting in English, French or Spanish, the protesters expressed their thoughts with passion. Of the many, one chant was repeatedly returned to: Muslim rights are human rights! Muslim rights are human rights! By Marva Mercedes, AFROPUNK ContributorPerhaps its…See More
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OP-ED: Castro was problematic but his crucial role in the fight against white supremacy is lost on white liberals

Posted on December 2, 2016 at 1:10pm 0 Comments

On one side I’m seeing celebrations because to them a totalitarian* dictator has finally died (peacefully in his home at age 90), and their argument is that he was evil because many Cubans died, were exiled, and were denied basic freedoms under his regime. Other tamer arguments are that he was a poor leader because his economy fluctuated from ruin to stabilization.



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Paris Contre Trump: an Anti-Trump Protest in Paris

Posted on November 28, 2016 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

In spite of the 40-degree weather, close to 1000 protesters gathered in the streets of Paris last Saturday. The reason was simple, to publicly display their frustration, anger and hurt surrounding the election of Donald Trump. Whether chanting in English, French or Spanish, the protesters expressed their thoughts with passion. Of the many, one chant was repeatedly returned to:



Muslim rights are human rights!

Muslim rights are human rights!…



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Student's 'White People Stay Colonizing' presentation examines how teen slang & dance crazes appropriate Black culture

Posted on November 21, 2016 at 11:55am 0 Comments

Black academics are slaying in more ways than one these days, and Taylor Amari Little is no different. AFROPUNK covered this budding intellectual earlier this year because of her nonprofit The Temple Project, whose purpose is to remind people that the homeless members of the… Continue

Acts of resilience: 4 glimmers of black hope to come out of the Reagan Era

Posted on November 17, 2016 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

Before Donald Trump won the 2016 election last Tuesday — becoming the 44th white, cis male to hold the office in the United States — he was already drawing comparisons from the press with another incendiary and controversial commander-in-chief, whose policies were detrimental to the lives of black Americans and working poor — Ronald Reagan.



From the disproportionate and punitive impact of his “supply-side” or “trickle-down” economic policies on the black…

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