Nationwide unrest has forced the black quisling class to reveal themselves as agents of the racial and economic status quo, writes Margaret Kimberley.
Tag: George Floyd protests
UPRISING: Amid Sweeping US Protests, UN Tweets Platitudes
Dulcie Leimbach reports on the muted response by most UN leaders to the killing of George Floyd, racial discrimination in the U.S., the protests or Trump’s authoritarian response.
UPRISING: Goliath Is Not Invincible
Revolutions are difficult, writes Vijay Prashad. They must chip away at hundreds of years of inequality, erode cultural expectations and build the material foundations for a new society.
UPRISING: Leading Journalism Groups Demand Law Enforcement Halt Attacks on Working Press
Andrea Germanos reports on the reasons 18 organizations — including the National Press Club, Reporters Without Borders, the Committee to Protect Journalists and PEN America — are raising alarm.
UPRISING: Confronting the Violence of State Power
For whom and for what does the state keeps its territory safe? The answer has become harder to conceal over time, writes Jonathan Cook.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Trump & US ‘Insurrection’
Using federal troops to quell citizen unrest is nothing new in America, but Trump is on shaky ground.