North Korea’s nuclear weapons program is a response to US military threats that have escalated since the end of the Cold War.
A look at five armed rebellions and what they tell us about Black revolutionaries before the Civil War.
Racial profiling and violence are built into the nature of police work, and police forces have been infected with corruption since they were invented.
New urban working classes in the 19th century resisted their masters through strikes, riots and slave revolts. The masters responded by inventing the cops.
A brief social history of American law, with a focus on four kinds of property — goods, land, people (i.e., slaves) and labor power.
The struggles that shaped Nelson Mandela’s character and outlook before his 27-year stint in prison (obituary, 2013).
Theory and practice in the first years of anti-apartheid struggle.
South Africa’s long arc of resistance, 1652–1948.