Jonathan Jackson and his comrades on Aug. 7, 1970 in Marin County, California
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Black August and the Legacy of Liberation Struggles

By Abayomi Azikiwe Since 1979 when prisoners at the San Quentin Correctional Facility in California declared the month of August as a period of commemoration honoring political detainees along with those who have sacrificed their […]

April 5, 2021 Rally Against Racism, Manitowic, Wisconsin
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U.S. control of Haiti began with U.S. Marines occupying in 1915
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Tulsa Massacre survivor Viola Fletcher is 107 years old
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Minneapolis crowd reacts to Derek Chauvin guilty verdict
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Low wage workers march in Detroit for $15 minimum wage
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Global Implications for the United States Political Crises

By Abayomi Azikiwe Peoples and governments across the international spectrum have looked aghast at the burgeoning divisions within United States society centered around the legislative and administrative direction of the country. On January 6, thousands […]

African American voters line up in Georgia
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