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Black Panther Party Tag

On the anniversary of Steve Biko’s murder, ROAPE’s Remi Adekoya speaks to South African scholar and activist Mosa Phadi. Phadi reflects on the legacy of Biko’s radical and important thought, but also discusses how he did not consider cohesive alternatives that could now serve as a counter to neoliberal ideas. In a wide-ranging interview Phadi also looks at the political and economic crisis in South Africa, the Economic Freedom Fighters, the failures of the ANC and the possibilities of a solution in the militancy and consciousness of working-class struggle....

Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò and LaKeyma Pennyamon write about the explosive new film Black Panther. From the film they see a need to resuscitate debates about Pan-Africanism, unity and radical transformation in Africa and elsewhere. They argue that any serious Pan-Africanism will need to see a serious, structural, and permanent alteration in the distribution of resources and political power on a world scale. ...

On the launch of the English edition of Zohra Drif's extraordinary autobiography 'Inside the Battle of Algiers: Memoir of a Woman Freedom Fighter', Sarah Grey spends an evening with Algeria's national-liberation heroine in Washington. In unflinching detail and with piercing honesty, Drif describes the struggle against French occupation and colonialism in Algeria, and her vital role in the Battle of Algiers in the late 1950s....