racial justice

Meeting Racist Terror with Solidarity

Democratic Socialists of America leader R.L Stephens discusses the significance of the neo-Confederate, white supremacist and neo-Nazi terrorism and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. In the face of growing racist, anti-Semitic, white supremacist violence. R.L. calls for building a strong united front against this emboldened right wing. Ashley Smith joins in to talk about how we must mobilize to defeat Fascism.

Detroit's 1967 Rebellion & the New Poor Peoples Campaign

Mark Hughes, Avery Book, and Traven discuss the Detroit/long hot summer of 1967 rebellions against police brutality and racial oppression, the rise of black consciousness and organization, and the organizing of the New Poor Peoples Campaign. Includes a clip of a powerful sermon by Rev. Dr.

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