White Canada Has A Black History

In this sedition of ITEOTWAWKIAIFF, we look at the growing class unrest in Hong Kong that kicked off a massive rebellion in the lunar new year. Also, street battles in Athens, where anarchists and farmers stormed the Greek capital in reaction to Syriza’s structural adjustment policies. On the music break, we drop the now-classic Dead Prez track Malcolm Garvey Huey. We continue with an examination of how white supremacy plays a role in the mass starvation of people in the African continent. And we wrap things up with Ajamu Nangwaya, an anarchist, educator and writer from Toronto, who spoke to us about black history in so called “Canada,” the similarities of black struggles between peeps down in the US, and the role of celebrities in visibilizing radical politics. Click here to download our entire interview with Ajamu. TRIGGER WARNING: cursing, street fighting, blood, politicians, images of children starving.

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