Remembering Malcolm X, El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz’s Death

56 years ago today, one of my greatest heroes and influences was assassinated. A scholar, author, revolutionary, leader, and organizer, Malcolm X, and later El-Hajj…

A Day of Remembrance for Japanese Internment

Every year, I try to remember some of the most important historical days for people of my cultures and other backgrounds: Lā Kuʻokoʻa, Lā Hoʻihoʻi…

How to Help People in Texas After the Winter Storm

Anyone who knows just a smidgen of information about me should know how important the state of Texas and more specifically, the people in the…

Reactions to ‘As Black As Resistance’

I’ve already read several books since the beginning of 2021 as I’m trying to make my way through the many unread bits of my bookshelf,…

America Has Never Had A Good President

Every year on America’s “President’s Day,” I like to reflect on the different leaders the US has had and why there’s no such thing as…

Joe Ligon Released from PA Prison After 68 Years

I’ve yet to read a story about someone in or recently released from prison that hasn’t made me absolutely infuriated, and the most recent case…

Solidarity with Incarcerated Protestors in St. Louis Jail

Prison Industrial Complex (PIC) abolitionists’ politics and organizing must always be informed by what incarcerated people are experiencing and working toward, so it’s important to…

Remembering Trayvon Martin Nine Years Later

Nine years ago on the 26th, 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was murdered in his own neighborhood by a white supremacist. Followed and shot to death while…

The Most Anticipated Abolition Literature in 2021

I obviously got the same obsessive reading gene my sister Megan has because visually consuming books has become one of my favorite pastimes! I can…