An Early Lā Kūʻokoʻa Celebration

Let’s celebrate an early Lā Kūʻokoʻa! Tomorrow, we celebrate the 176th anniversary of Lā Kūʻokoʻa or Hawaiʻi’s Independence Day. On November 28, 1843, Hawaiʻi’s first…

Why I Now Believe in Communism

Well this has been a quick turn of events, hasn’t it? Back in March I wrote a long rave about Socialism and why we should…

The Federal Government Executed Orlando Hall

Late tonight at the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana, the federal government executed Orlando Hall, making him the eighth incarcerated person executed by the…

Communist and Abolition Zines I Love

Over the past few years (when I tried to stop being self absorbed and mostly interested in frivolous hobbies), I’ve tried to make this blog…

Symbols Are Not Satisfying for Democracy

I’ve shared nine pieces that my penpal Lacino Hamilton wrote and sent me (this is the one I typed out in the middle of last…

We Will Always Have Work to Do

My attitude toward today’s election is the exact opposite of how I felt in 2016 (I was fully engrossed in electoral politics and I’m embarrassed)…

Abolish the Policing that Killed Walter Wallace Jr.

On Monday afternoon, Philadelphia cops shot and killed 27-year-old Walter Wallace Jr. on video (I don’t recommend ever watching or sharing videos of police killing…

People and Orgs to Give to Instead of Electoral Candidates

For those of us who are extremely uninterested in/actively despise electoral politics (here’s my reasoning for why I’m not voting!), November 3rd can’t come quickly…

The Movement Toward Socialism Wins Again in Bolivia

Since I discovered abolition, I learned from the likes of Angela Y. Davis and Mariame Kaba that the fight for liberation is interconnected and global…