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Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp in a debate for the 2018 midterms
Picture source: Abayomi Azikiwe

6 November 2018 was a day in which people across the United States and indeed the world were watching for some indications of the future political prospects for the leading capitalist state.

Photo source: US Slave

The author writes about double marginalisation faced by Africans in the diaspora, especially those living in the United States of America. 

Detroit Unite Here on Strike at the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel
Photo credit: Abayomi Azikiwe

Public discontent over evictions, foreclosures, water shut-offs and substandard wages can only be ameliorated through organised action.

Detroit Demonstration at Wayne County Treasurer on 5 Sept. 2017
Picture credit: Abayomi Azikiwe

One of the most important issues in the city of Detroit and throughout the United States is centred on what many progressive forces call the Housing Question. This has been a major concern since the rise of industrial capitalism during the early decades of the 19th century. 

Source: Black Alliance for Peace

Parallel tracks of United States government policy against the Black working class in the US and on the African continent expose much more than incidental similarity, but a concerted fatal conspiracy. 

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