‘The Nazis didn’t fall out of the sky, there is a deeper racist, xenophobic mindset in German history.’
By Gouri Sharma, Al Jazeera, August 16, 2017
Berlin, Germany – Mnyaka Sururu Mboro walks through Wedding, a district in the northwest of Berlin, with an expression of disdain. “It makes my stomach turn every time I go down these streets,” he says.
He is in the African Quarter, so-called because the streets have been named in commemoration of Germany’s imperial leaders and conquests from the end of the 19th century. Read the rest of this entry
Warrior Publications: Grab your dictionary, we got some “heavy mental” material for you to ponder. Originally posted back in February of this year on Onkehonwe Rising blog, this is an interesting article concerning the rise of fascism in “Trump’s America” and an Indigenous perspective about fascism and anti-fascism. Read the rest of this entry