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Ntozake Shange, American Playwright and Freedom Fighter, Dies at 70

Ntozake Shange, American Playwright and Freedom Fighter, Dies at 70

October 29, 2018

We revisit Khalilah Harris’ summer 2018 conversation with Ntozake Shange, renowned author of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf, in what may have been her final interview

The Rise of American Islamophobia

April 4, 2018

Author Khaled Beydoun discusses the distinct forms of anti-Muslim and anti-Arab sentiments in America–where Islamophobia has a very specific and particular history–and how politicians capitalize on this fear of Islam to mobilize and galvanize voters

Reality Asserts Itself - Glen Ford

October 25, 2013
On Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay: Glen Ford addresses the question whether black Americans constitute a nation, and if so, what is their role in the movement of the whole people On Reality Asserts Itself, Glen Ford, executive editor of Black Agenda Report, talked with Paul Jay about the role of black politics within…

Peace Talks Resume Between Israel and the Palestinians, But Little Hope of Imminent Breakthrough

August 1, 2013

Phyllis Bennis and Shir Hever discuss the timing of the talks, U.S and European interests in resuming them, and the imbalanced power between the negotiating sides