If you’re a white person, it may come as a surprise to you that the rest of us are thinking a few things we choose not to say. Kamau helps by finding a white guy who’ll listen — we’d say it was about dialogue or whatever but it’s really just for fun.
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By Luqman Onikosi
A migrant’s life is full of uncertainty. For international students, foreign investors or skilled migrants, we have to justify ourselves in order to be given the chance to stay alive. How can we do this? In a system that decides who lives and dies on the basis of economics and race, our chances [...]
Trigger warning: Graphic pictures of victims of violent attacks and stabbings.
While the world’s media counts the toll of those who died in the Savar tragedy (at time of writing it reached 940), the notion of freedom of speech has been severely under attack by Bangladesh’s Awami League led Government and others. Last month in April, Hefajat-e [...]
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A new podcast by Caiman del Barrio of LibCom discussing events in Latin America from a Libertarian Communist perspective. This first episode looks at the rise and legacy of Hugo Chávez. He may have died but his project – misleadingly named ‘revolutionary socialism for the 21st [...]
It’s been nearly six months since British citizens Babar Ahmed and Talha Ahsan were extradited to the United States. Just as they and their families feared, they’re now being held in supermax conditions of solitary confinement – alone 23 hours/day in a tiny cell, day after day after day…
On 16 May come see a film [...]
If you are a regular consumer of mainstream news then it might surprise you to find out that the British Police Force as an institution often fuck people up, they have and continue to harbour many individuals like Simon Harwood. Officers that are known to crack skulls, destroy homes, brutalise young people, sell personal [...]
A new, youthful current affairs radio talk show starts today, Sunday 28th April from 6pm til 9pm on Colourful Radio, promising fresh R&B, UK Hip-Hop and popular music served with a lively take on the news. The show called “Blackcurrant [on] Sunday” will have live chat and caller discussion that will tackle the items dominating the mainstream and independent news [...]Read more →
On 24th March, Boniface Umale, an international student from Nigeria, was arrested by Northumbria Police and taken into custody at Durham Prison. He later died at the prison in unexplained circumstances. Shockingly the prison attempted to cremate his body without informing his family and even before informing the Nigerian High Commission of his death. This [...]
Comrades and Friends, today on 24th April, we celebrate Mumia’s birthday. Mumia is a political prisoner framed for his political beliefs, this is evident from his FBI files which shows that the state had him under surveillance since he was 14 years old and joined the Black Panther Party.
We celebrate his life of commitment to struggle [...]
Into the Fire is a hard hitting, investigative documentary looking at the situation of refugees and migrants in Greece, in the face of severe austerity measures and rising racism. Refugees flee their home countries on the search for safety. Today the film is being crowd-released: The Multicultural Politic is participating jointly with many others all over the internet [...]Read more →
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