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[VIDEO] Comrades Not Competitors | #BLM #AbolishICE

We are stronger when we come together. But unfortunately, some of us try to fight oppression in ways that push us further apart.

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The Murder of George Floyd: The End of Racism Starts with the Death of Capitalism

The killing of George Floyd in plain sight by the Minneapolis police rightly shocked millions of people across the world. The killing of a black person by the police is not an unusual event, particularly in the US.

Unrest in the USA: A Perfect Storm

The spread of COVID-19 to the United States earlier this year both triggered and exacerbated the economic crisis which has been building up for decades. Around 50 million workers in America have been thrown out of work since the start of the lockdown, the great majority of whom have no alternative source of income for the necessities of life.

The Rise of Black Counter-Insurgency

An analysis from Ill Will Editions looking at the role of the Black middle class in the process that ensured "we became good protestors, we became non-violent, and we became reformists."

Secret Police on the Streets of Portland: Interview with a Member of Black Rose

Art by @timeneedsme on instagram

Fifty days into the popular uprising sparked by the police murder of George Floyd and demonstrations in Portland, Oregon show little sign of abating. In fact, Portland has now become a proving ground for the Trump administration to demonstrate its ‘law and order’ bona fides in the run up to the 2020 election.
Black Rose caught up with a member of their Portland local to find out more about what’s been happening on the ground.

This is how movements are disorganized: Malcolm Jenkins and the NFL

NFL player Malcolm Jenkins has received recognition for speaking out against racial injustice, but he undermined fellow players’ efforts to confront it, says Marianne Garneau. This article was first published by Organizing Work.