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. 

Selma, Obama and the Colonization of Black Resistance

Obama’s Legacy: Permanent War and Liberal Accommodation?

European Lives Have Always Mattered More Than Others

Ferguson and the Right of Resistance

Violence and Resistance in Palestine

Violence and Resistance in Palestine

As ISIS Slaughters Kurds in Kobani, the U.S. Bombs Syrian Grain Silos

Shifting the Paradigm on Israel

Israeli State Terrorism in Gaza

The Human Rights Crisis in Iraq

The Syrian Elections

From Benghazi to Boko Haram

Racism in Sports

White-Washing White Terrorism

Zombie Democracy in the USA

Left-White Solidarity?

Ukraine and the Pathology of the Liberal Worldview

The Latest Call for Humanitarian War in Syria

Let Them Eat Symbols

The Obama Administration’s Orwellian Subterfuge on Syria

The Budget Deal and Neoliberals

The Need for an Ethical and Political De-Colonization of Human Rights

The Bi-Partisan Disappearance of Race and Class

Humanitarian Intervention

The Human Rights Hypocrisy of the West