Ostinato Records introduces Jantra & SYNTHESIZED SUDAN: Astro-Nubian Electronic Jaglara Dance Soundsfrom the Fashaga Underground.
Reps. Justin Pearson and Justin Jones AKA the "Tennessee Two" have been reinstated after their unjust expulsion from elected office.
After AI-generated selfies of Jesus went viral, BoycottX writer Art Blare asked ChatGPT-4 if Jesus was white.
Hundreds of students are back on rent strike at the University of Manchester and this time the administration is resorting to violence.
Lupe Fiasco is back with album number eight, “DRILL MUSIC IN ZION,” reuniting with producer Soundtrakk to create another classic.
On January 20th, as Biden/Harris were sworn into office, The Debt Collective, an organization fighting against debt as a system of oppression, launched a national student loan debt strike.
Tef Poe's new freestyle, "Who Want Smoke," is alive with the artist's trademark revolutionary energy and fearless speech.
Global superstar and U.S. citizen Brittney Griner has been "wrongfully detained" by Russia for 83 days. Where is the outrage?
Lorgia García Peña's new book, "Community as Rebellion; A Syllabus for Surviving Academia as a Woman of Color" set to be published tomorrow.
BEJA POWER! by Noori & his Dorpa Band is a soundtrack to Sudan's revolution and the first ever global release of Beja Sound.
From Occupy Wall St. to the Debt Collective, NYU Professor Andrew Ross talks about his decade long journey to get student loan debt abolished.
Deca releases revolutionary anthem: "St. America," putting the United States on full blast. Off of forthcoming album dropping May 27, 2022.
How tenants of largest landlord in San Francisco created an association, made demands, went on rent strike, and won the "right to organize."
Lesley-Ann Brown reflects on the legacy of bell hooks, their chance encounter, and the need for a hooksian space to both celebrate and mourn.
Jane Dueker would have you believe that she cares about the people of St. Louis, but her actions speak louder than her words.
The only way to prevent the police from taking another Black life in the US is to defund their departments and move towards police abolition.
Mordecai Lyon interviews T-Dubb-O, about hashtag activism, owning your masters, meeting Obama, and his latest album "Don't Stop At Lights."
On this day 96 years ago, freedom warrior Malcolm X was born. Lyfestile reflects on X's legacy and what can be learned today from his example.
Poverty, corruption, state sanctioned violence, and unjust taxation has moved thousands of Colombians to rebel against their government.
Black Men Build (BMB) announce a call to action for people to join their May Day of service (5/1/21) in Milwaukee, Detroit, and St. Louis.
LGP sits down with Esther Hernández Medina to discuss the current feminist mobilization in the DR in response to decades of state-sponsored violence and the fight for Las 3 Causales.
Being Roma comes with the duality of being invisible and hyper-visible at the same time.
The Boycott Times Editorial Board's open letter to "End Vaccine Apartheid Now," signed by Cornel West, Lorgia García-Peña, Tef Poe, and others.
"Judas and the Black Messiah" forces the viewer to wrestle with their relationship to the liberation movement and the future of humanity.
Kyrie Irving is the most misunderstood player in the NBA. Despite constant criticism, Mr. Irving has committed himself to fight for justice.
A Black and Indigenous delegation from the United States known as "The Chile Five" arrested and deported from Chile.
The Boycott Times endorses Tishaura Jones for Mayor of St. Louis City & Shedrick "Nato Caliph" Kelley for Alderman of the 7th Ward.
Dr. Lorgia García-Peña discusses boycott as a praxis, whether or not Biden's win was a victory over white supremacy and what she boycotts in her daily life.
After promising the Roma community to change the name of its racist homecoming celebration, Northern State reverses decision.
On January 22nd we will be withholding our tuition until our demands for fair costs and democratic procedures are met. Without a reduction of our tuition, an increase in financial aid, and restitution for our local community, we are no longer willing to be silenced.
Dr. Cornel West leaves Harvard for Union Theological Seminary after he was refused a tenure review.
Neoliberalism, which sounds like it should be a good thing, is driving the demise of our people and our planet and it must be destroyed before it destroys us.
Harvard grad students pen an open letter in defense of Dr. Cornel West after Harvard denies his request to be considered for tenure.
Asta Selloane Sekamane breaks down the rampant racism in Danish media, most recently demonstrated by the racist treatment of the leader of Black Lives Matter Denmark, Bwalya Sørensen.
Watch visionary love warrior Dr. Cornel West talk about fighting the evils of wall street greed and rising fascism by building community, engaging in global solidarity, and developing spiritual fortitude in this one-hour interview.
Read Mordecai Lyon's interview with Noam Chomsky about independent journalism, the Federal Reserve, and the power of the people.
American, Black, and Abroad. Is it possible to escape the burden of White Supremacy?
The Boycott Times is honored to present the premiere of "Los Santos" (The Saints) music video by 2Jotas, a love letter to Los Santos, a neighborhood on the top of Commune 13 in Medellín, Colombia.
Rodrigo Starz from Rebel Diaz pops up with a fresh new freestyle called “Joe.” This one is self explanatory: he takes the classic instrumental to “Whoa” from Black Rob and spits a revolutionary freestyle bashing the Democratic Party. Listen close folks, this is what we call “Edutainment."
Is the Electoral College the U.S. version of Kenya's Tharaka Nithi?
The U.S. deploys capitalism in order to lazily conceal its worst-kept secret: we do not live in a democracy but an oligarchy, and capitalism protects the wealth of only a few.
A Party For The Colonizers; Black imperial power is not Black Power.
Between 250,000 and 500,000 prisoners of the U.S. judicial system have tested positive for COVID-19.
The streets of my home are lined with the blood of my ancestors. The relative calm since the violence has in no way erased the memories of the people who lived in Commune 13 during the 1990s and early 2000s. That is why I launched De La Calle Fest.
I wrote this record for anyone who has ever battled depression. For anyone who didn’t understand why they were always viewed as the perpetual other.
When the United States and Britain were forced to officially abolish slavery, they had no intention of ending their addiction to free labor.
When it comes to COVID-19, Africa is the least affected continent--and the response from mainstream media has been filled with racist logic.
When news surfaced that a draconian anti-freedom law restricting the ability to record French police officers passed through the National Assembly, hundreds of thousands of citizens took to the streets all across France.
The ruling class does not really care who is in office as long as the people are divided. If the people are united, their power will be lost. And so they lie.
In the minds of most, the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement was ignited by a public outrage in response to the 2012 murder of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin from Sanford, Florida—a town with a 30 percent Black population and a slight white majority, just like most...
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