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"In a very general sense the imperialist era is characterized by two types of social formations: those where capital is accumulated (the core), and those from which surplus value (profit) is extracted (the periphery). The ruling capitalist class rooted in imperialist social formations dominates other entire social formations economically, politically and ideologically."  [click on this image to find a short clip and analysis of American imperialism]

"In a very general sense the imperialist era is characterized by two types of social formations: those where capital is accumulated (the core), and those from which surplus value (profit) is extracted (the periphery). The ruling capitalist class rooted in imperialist social formations dominates other entire social formations economically, politically and ideologically." [click on this image to find a short clip and analysis of American imperialism]

Do you know what would happen to billionaires if we started paying a 15 dollar minimum wage? Nothing, they would still be billionaires.

Do you know what would happen to billionaires if we started paying a 15 dollar minimum wage? Nothing, they would still be billionaires.

"One does not simply dismantle systemic racism by pretending racism doesn't exist."  [follow this link to find a short clip and analysis on color-blind race logics: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2012/01/code-speak-and-the-new-racism.html]

"One does not simply dismantle systemic racism by pretending racism doesn't exist." [follow this link to find a short clip and analysis on color-blind race logics: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2012/01/code-speak-and-the-new-racism.html]

La Mulâtresse Solitude (1772-19 November 1802), was a slave rebel and heroine of the fight against slavery in Guadeloupe.  Originally a slave, she was freed by the abolition of slavery in 1794 during the French revolution. When slavery was reintroduced on Guadeloupe by Napoleon in 1802, she joined Louis Delgrès call to fight for her freedom and took part in the Battle of the 18 May 1802.  She was captured and executed by hanging after being granted to wait out her pregnancy.

La Mulâtresse Solitude (1772-19 November 1802), was a slave rebel and heroine of the fight against slavery in Guadeloupe. Originally a slave, she was freed by the abolition of slavery in 1794 during the French revolution. When slavery was reintroduced on Guadeloupe by Napoleon in 1802, she joined Louis Delgrès call to fight for her freedom and took part in the Battle of the 18 May 1802. She was captured and executed by hanging after being granted to wait out her pregnancy.

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