Assata Shakur: The making of a revolutionary woman

From Assata’s story, we are able to learn what it means to be motivated by a deep love for the people and the struggle for freedom.

Walter Rodney’s revolutionary praxis: An interview with Devyn Springer

Popular educator Devyn Springer examines Walter Rodney's revolutionary theories, pedagogies, and struggles.

“George Jackson: Black Revolutionary,” by Walter Rodney

A 1971 article Walter Rodney wrote on George Jackson for a Tanzanian youth journal.

Chairman Fred Hampton: an Exemplary Life

This article is based on a talk the author gave in New York City on December 18th, 2015. 46 years after his assassination, it remains...

Assata Shakur, woman warrior

Understanding the FBI's recent attacks On May 2, the Federal Bureau of Investigation suddenly announced that they had placed Assata Shakur on its “Most Wanted...

Harriet Tubman: Liberator of the enslaved

"I freed thousands of slaves. I could have freed thousands more, if they had known they were slaves."

Remembering Coretta Scott King

On Jan. 31, Coretta Scott King passed away at age 78. She was a leader within the Civil Rights movement, a woman who fought for economic and social justice for the Black community, the LGBT community and poor and working people.