“Bama” by Huggy Bear da Poet.

Excerpt from Mobile in Black and White.


Community Protests Toxic School Site in New Orleans.

Highlights from a June 26th 2014 community forum.


To commemorate the 155th anniversary of the beginning of the Africatown saga and the 154th anniversary of the landing of the last recorded shipment of slaves to this country, here is a summary of the “Africatown Story” from 1859 to today. 

- Joe Womack

Photo of Cudjoe Lewis posted with permission of the The Doy Leale McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of South Alabama.  


Monique Harden and Jim Raby discuss Walter Cohen School to be built on a toxic waste site in New Orleans and the resistance to this. Also discussed is the legacy of environmental racism. 29 minutes

Via WTUL News and Views (http://wtulnews.tumblr.com/post/87103894591/monique-harden-and-jim-raby-discuss-walter-cohen)

Dr. Riki Ott Seeks to Change How We Respond to Oil Spills… 

read/watch more: http://bridgethegulfproject.org/blog/2014/dr-riki-ott-seeks-change-how-we-respond-oil-spills

Fixed. theme by Andrew McCarthy