race

The Slocum massacre, 1910

Descendants of some of the victims of the massacre

On July 29, 1910, citizens in the small, predominately African American town of Slocum, Texas were massacred in an act of terror designed to maintain economic white supremacy.

When the union's the enemy: an interview with Cleo Silvers

Cleo Silvers, a former organizer with the League of Revolutionary Black Workers, discusses racism in the labor movement with Andrew Elrod.

Ain't marchin' anymore: GIs revolt in Vietnam - Dave Blalock

Dave Blalock in Vietnam

A short account from Vietnam veteran, Dave Blalock, about his experiences enlisting in the military and getting involved in the anti-war GI movement which helped end the war.

Race Traitor: the journal of new abolitionism

Partial online archive of Race Traitor, a journal dedicated to abolishing the concept of whiteness in the United States, published in the 1990s and 2000s.

Migrant workers: Between Polish and English nationalism - Thoughts after the Markfield Park attack, June 2014

The struggle against nationalism is - now more than ever - linked to the struggle against exploitation, argues this analysis looking at Poland and Polish migration to the UK.

1967 Detroit riots

Images from the 1967 Detroit riots, which started after a police raid on an unlicensed bar and happened within the context of a nationwide civil rights movement that was met by white and government resistance and seen by many blacks as moving too slow.

Response to racist TEFL blog

A response to a racist blog posted in support of actions happening at the Speak Up School of English in London.

The dangers of reactionary ecology

Hardin's lifeboat

Influential metaphors for understanding the environment serve as a bridge between traditional conservatism and outright ecofascism.

Race Traitor #10

Winter 1999 issue of Racetraitor, a journal dedicated to abolishing the concept of whiteness in the United States.