Ann Garrison

Ann Garrison is an independent journalist who also contributes to the San Francisco Bay View, Global Research, the Black Agenda Report and the Black Star News, and produces radio for KPFA-Berkeley and WBAI-New York City.  In 2014, she was awarded the Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza Democracy and Peace Prize by the Womens International Network for Democracy and Peace.  She can be reached at

The Ethiopian/Eritrean American Vote in Georgia

#Ethiopia #TigrayGenocide #ExcuseForRegimeChangeWar

Pacifica Radio: Let’s Talk About the Debt

The NBA’s Black Power

History Is Happening: WikiLeaks, the Global Fourth Estate

Bruce Dixon: A Giant Walks On

Vets for Peace to Barbara Lee: Support Manning and Assange

San Francisco Shocked by Public Defender’s Sudden Death and Police Response

Historic Precedent or Footnote? Laura Wells Debates Barbara Lee

Standing with Julian Assange

In the Year of the Pig: the Real Vietnam War Heroes

Nuclear Power in Africa?

When Democrats Aren’t the Least-Worst

Challenging Barbara Lee From the Left

Nikki Haley: Damn the UNHRC and the Rest of You Too

Why Don’t We All Vote to Commit International Crimes?

March for Eight Billion Lives: an Interview With Riva Enteen

If the Democrats Were Decent

Full-Spectrum Arrogance: US Bases Span the Globe

Burundi Defies the Imperial Criminal Court: an Interview with John Philpot

Burundi Exits the ICC: an interview with David Paul Jacobs

Orwellian Senators: Booker, Franken and Warren Want the US to “Prevent Genocide”

Protesting, Glorifying, and Justifying White Supremacy by the Bay

Organizing Pennsylvania’s 197: Cheri Honkala on Frontline Communities

Urban Shield: a Federal Protection Racket

Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party, and the UK’s Socialist Surge

Putin vs. Megyn Kelly: a Poorly Planned Match

God and the Devil in Syria and Rwanda

Israel’s African Darling: An Interview with Robin Philpot

Standing Rock: Come Help, Come Prepared: an Interview with Dawn Neptune Adams

Should California Secede? An Interview with David Swanson

The Women’s March in Washington D.C., as Broadcast

Fifty-five Years After Lumumba’s Assassination, Congolese See No Relief

The Short Hard Life of Alfred Olango: From U.S.-backed Persecution to U.S. Police Execution

Uganda: A Brilliant Genocide

Unworthy Victims: Houthis and Hutus

Stop Trump Fundamentalists Can Bite Me

Rwanda, the Clinton Dynasty, and the Case of Dr. Léopold Munyakazi

What Will Bernie Delegates Do in Philadelphia? An Interview with Jeff Cohen

Marching on the DNC: Interview with Cheri Honkala

Clinton E-Mail on Libyan Conquest: We Came, We Saw, We Got Oil

Green Party Seeks 2016 Ballot Access in all 50 States: an Interview with Rick Lass

Philly Says No to Poor People’s March at DNC: an Interview with Cheri Honkala

Building the Greens Into a Mass Party: Interview with Bruce Dixon

African Union Refuses to Invade Burundi

​Burundi is Africa’s Syria: an Interview with Didas Gasana

Sankarist Spirit Resurges in Burkina Faso

Africa’s Problem From Hell: Samantha Power

“Denying” the Srebrenica Genocide Because It’s Not True: an Interview with Diana Johnstone

Chaos at Pacifica