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Margaret Kimberley's Freedom Rider column appears weekly in BAR. Ms. Kimberley lives in New York City, and can be reached via e-Mail at Margaret.Kimberley(at)BlackAgendaReport.Com.

Margaret Kimberley

Margaret Kimberley's Freedom Rider column appears weekly at the Black Agenda Report. Kimberley lives in New York City, and can be reached via e-Mail at Margaret.Kimberley (at) BlackAgendaReport.com.


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Decolonizing the Mind: A Narrative Spun 24 Hours a Day

The word decolonization should not be treated as trendy slang. It describes an important political and psychological process. Media and state attempts at indoctrination show just how important it is.

Margaret Kimberley ·


The FBI Is Still Targeting Black People for Entrapment

The COINTELPRO era never ended, as Black people bear the brunt of FBI surveillance. The war on terror gave a new rationale for using paid informants to entrap Black people. Romeo Langhorne is the latest victim of a government-created crime.

Margaret Kimberley ·


It Sure Looks Like the US Corporate Media Wants a War With Russia

The Biden administration is sorely mistaken if they think the public are in the mood for war with Russia—a nuclear power—over Ukraine.

Margaret Kimberley ·


Defending Julian Assange Is Defending Anyone Who Dares to Speak the Truth

Julian Assange is one of the political prisoners that the US claims not to have. The UK is again the good vassal, keeping him locked up until the Biden administration finds an opportune time to ship him off to a kangaroo court. Everyone who believes in press freedom and who opposes imperialism must be a staunch Assange defender.

Margaret Kimberley ·


Cooperation Humboldt and the Solidarity Economy

Founded in 2017, Cooperation Humboldt was already incubating worker cooperatives, administering food sovereignty programs, advocating for public banking and participatory budgeting, and exploring housing cooperatives, an arts hub, and eco-villages—all before the pandemic arrived in the U.S. 

Margaret Kimberley ·


COVID-19 and Black Workers

"The structures that keep black people persistently at the bottom of every positive measure and at the top of every negative indicator are firmly in place."

Margaret Kimberley ·


Propaganda and the Defeat of Jeremy Corbyn

If Americans are going to make connections with the British elections they must talk about the assault on democracy from the billionaires and their willing minions. 

Margaret Kimberley ·


The Baghdadi Scam

The Democrats and corporate media don’t really oppose what Donald Trump is doing in Syria or anywhere else.

Margaret Kimberley ·

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