Ajamu Baraka

Ajamu Baraka is the national organizer of the Black Alliance for Peace and was the 2016 candidate for vice president on the Green Party ticket. He is an editor and contributing columnist for the Black Agenda Report and contributing columnist for Counterpunch magazine. 

The Story of Charlottesville Was Written in Blood in the Ukraine

Health Care in America: Where is the Socialist Solution?

The Body Count Rises in the U.S. War Against Black People

The Black Alliance for Peace: 50 Years Later, We Must Again Confront and Reject U.S. Warmongering

Malcolm X and Human Rights in the Time of Trumpism: Transcending the Master’s Tools

Celebrating Dr. King with the Departure of Barack Obama

Trump’s Neo-Fascism will be built on Neo-Fascism of Obama and Democratic Party

Baltimore: Impunity for the Police and Prison for the Resisters

Paris, Orlando and Turkey: Displacing the Narrative of Western Innocence

Beyonce and the Politics of Cultural Dominance

The Neo-Liberal Assault on Black Lives from Baltimore to Buenaventura Colombia

The Paris Attacks and the White Lives Matter Movement

War, Repression and International Gangsterism: U.S. State Policy From Benghazi to Baltimore

The Obama Two-Step on Syria

The Yemen Tragedy and the Ongoing Crisis of the Left in the United States

Why is Cornel West Playing a Human Shield for the Democrats – Once Again?

Making Black Lives Matter in Riohacha, Colombia

The Martyrdom of Sandra Bland and the Struggle Against State Repression

No ‘Je Suis Charleston’?

Black America and the Political Economy of Neoliberal Trade Deals

Stopping the Trans-Pacific Partnership is a “Black Issue”

Baltimore and the Human Right to Resistance

Baltimore and the Human Right to Resistance

Saudi Arabia’s Invasion of Yemen

Netanyahu’s Victory is an Even Bigger Victory for Palestinian Solidarity Movement