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How the pigs abuse ‘gang’ labels - Kevin "Rashid" Johnson

An article by Kevin "Rashid" Johnson on the abuse of "gang" labels to censor dissent. This article was previously published by the San Francisco Bay View, and readers who find it useful may wish to donate to their fundraiser.

How It Might Should Be Done - Idris Robinson

The following is a transcript of a talk delivered in Seattle on July 20, 2020, lightly-edited by the author for readability. A video recording produced by Red May is online here. This text was first published by Ill Will Editions.

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."

The Imprisoned Black Radical Intellectual Tradition - Russell Maroon Shoatz

A short article by anti-authoritarian Black Power prisoner Russell Maroon Shoatz, first published by In The Belly: An Abolitionist Journal and then republished by Abolition Media Worldwide.

The LA gang truce and uprising of 1992 - Davey D & Twilight Bey

An interview with Twilight Bey, a former gang member involved in negotiating the truce, on the LA gang truce and uprising of 1992. This interview was first conducted on the 10-year anniversary of the uprising in April 2002, and was archived at indybay.org.

Caribbean women and the black community

Race Today Women on the collective struggles by Caribbean women in Britain. Published in April, 1975.

An Open Letter to My Sister, Miss Angela Davis - James Baldwin

A letter written by James Baldwin in 1970, responding to the arrest of Angela Davis.

What we lack - Race Today

Race Today Collective on the reformist turn of black politics in the 1980s.