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Ajamu Baraka

Ajamu Baraka

Ajamu Baraka was the 2016 candidate for vice president on the Green Party ticket. He is an editor and contributing columnist for the Black Agenda Report and contributing columnist for Counterpunch magazine.  His latest publications include contributions to Killing Trayvons: An Anthology of American Violence (Counterpunch Books, 2014), Imagine: Living in a Socialist USA (HarperCollins, 2014) and Claim No Easy Victories: The Legacy of Amilcar Cabral ( CODESRIA, 2013). He can be reached at www.AjamuBaraka.com

Articles by this author

 

People(s)-Centered Human Rights—A Necessary Framework to Counter Neoliberalism's Dangerous Contradictions

The PCHR approach asserts that human rights must be created from the bottom-up.

Ajamu Baraka ·


Build Back Better Legislation: New Keynesianism or Neoliberal Public Relations Stunt?

These social reforms are meant to address some of the more glaring social contradictions produced by four decades of neoliberal policies, but with the objective to strengthen capitalism and preempt radicalism.

Ajamu Baraka ·


No Compromise, No Retreat: Defeat the War Against the African/Black People in the U.S. and Abroad

Mass mobilizations have a place but developing the organizational forms that will build and sustain the power necessary to bring about radical fundamental change is the primary challenge and historic task.

Ajamu Baraka ·




War, Repression and International Gangsterism

U.S. state policy from Benghazi to Baltimore

Ajamu Baraka ·



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