Curfew for Anniversary of Odessa Massacre That Sparked Rebellion

by Joe Lauria, published on Consortium News, April 30, 2022 Authorities in the Ukrainian port city of Odessa have set a 24-hour curfew from May 1-3 to prevent protests commemorating the burning alive on May 2, 2014 of 48 people who had rejected the U.S.-backed coup in Kiev earlier that year. The city, which is  “(under the control of Ukrainian[…]

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Crisis or Confusion? A Brief Guide for Black Folks (And Other AntiRacist People) On the Situation in Ukraine

by Ajamu Baraka, published on Black Agenda Report, February 2, 2022 African people are already battling against U.S. rightist forces – from the Trump/Republican supporters to the warmongering neoliberal democrats. It would be an affront to our history and people to enter this struggle on the side of empire and NATO. Within large sectors of the U.S. left, including many[…]

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