1917: Black troops rebel against Jim Crow in Houston

  In the months following the US entry into the First World War in 1917, the US needed to train tens of thousands of soldiers quickly. Training camps were authorized in a number of locations, including the construction of Camp Logan in Houston, TX. On July 24th, 1917, the 3rd Battalion of the 24th Infantry … Continue reading 1917: Black troops rebel against Jim Crow in Houston

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Organizing against white nationalism in suburban Philly

A community meeting (5/24/17) in Bristol, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia, sent a clear message to white nationalists who have been posting flyers in the community -- You will not divide us! by John Leslie The meeting of about 70 community members -- co-sponsored by One Bucks, The Bucks County Peace Center, The Bucks County … Continue reading Organizing against white nationalism in suburban Philly

A Victory against Milo’s Far-Right & Next Steps for a Mass Movement

  Following the anti-far-right/fascist riot at UC Berkeley, national media and President Trump exploded in a storm of criticism of the events that took place, with threats to pull UC funding and increased police repression following the successful shut down of an alt-right hate speech by Milo Yiannopoulos- a close collaborator of alt-right Steve Bannon … Continue reading A Victory against Milo’s Far-Right & Next Steps for a Mass Movement

White Nationalism, Fascism and the Alt-Right

  On the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration as President, a masked antifascist punched Richard Spencer. Two weeks later, the University of California Berkeley was forced to cancel an appearance by Milo Yiannopoulos when protests caused over $100,000 of property damage. Both men are fascists, although they prefer to use the term “Alt-Right” to cover … Continue reading White Nationalism, Fascism and the Alt-Right

Building the Wall: A Racist Psychosis

  When Donald Trump descended the gilded escalator in Trump Tower and declared his candidacy for President in 2015, he had a single central theme: he would build a wall. This wall, along the border between the United States and Mexico, would serve to prevent undocumented immigrants from entering the US, and Mexico would pay … Continue reading Building the Wall: A Racist Psychosis