Danny Haiphong and Margaret Kimberley: Free Speech Against Black Lives

BLM at Monroe Park, 20-06-11

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Black Agenda Report Presents: The Left Lens on Jul 14, 2020

In the second episode of The Left Lens, Danny Haiphong and Margaret Kimberley discuss emerging developments relating to the debate about “free speech” that has surfaced amid the mass uprising against racist policing in the United States.

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See also:

On “White Fragility” by Matt Taibbi

A Letter on Justice and Open Debate

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From the archives:

Shelter In Places Apart And Unequal: Topple All The Monuments You Want, But The Real Racism’s Going Unaddressed, by Paul Street

Alex Vitale: Defunding The Police Is The Future + Anya Parampil and Frank Chapman: What Does Community Control Of Police Look Like?

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

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

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

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

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