Danny Haiphong and Margaret Kimberley: Joe Biden’s Chances, The Uprising Against Racist Policing, and Solidarity

Street Art, George Floyd protest, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 2020

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Black Agenda Report Presents: The Left Lens on Jun 27, 2020

In this debut episode of the Left Lens, Danny Haiphong and Margaret Kimberley introduce viewers to Black Agenda Report, question neoliberal confidence in Joe Biden’s 2020 chances, discuss why community control of the police is so critical to the development of the movement against racist policing, and end with a brief analysis of internationalism and solidarity.

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From the archives:

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Chris Hedges: Change Doesn’t Come Through Voting—Change Always Comes From The Streets

Danny Haiphong: Malcolm X on American Exceptionalism: Where Do We Go From Here?

Chris Hedges and Glen Ford: Analysis of the George Floyd Protests

Chris Hedges: Cops Are The Primary Source Of Social Control + The Censorship Has Been Cheered On By The Left

The Ugly States of America, by Finian Cunningham

Over the Rainbow: Paths of Resistance After George Floyd, by Jim Kavanagh

US Lectures World on Human Rights as Cops Kill Blacks With Impunity, by Finian Cunningham + Rebellion Against Police Murder Tears Through the US, by Sophie Squire + Margaret Kimberley: The US is the World’s Worst Abuser of Human Rights

Danny Haiphong: George Floyd and the Centrality of White Supremacy in America

Joe or No? by Jim Kavanagh