People’s History: The First Rebel

On 2 February 1512, Spanish conquistadors burned Taíno Cacique Hatuey alive near Bayamo, Cuba. He was among the first indigenous people to lead organized resistance to European colonialism in the Americas. Dominican friar Bartolomé de las Casas attributed the following words to Hatuey: “They… Read more »

People’s History: Angela Davis

On this day in 1944 civil rights activist feminist, author, abolitionist & revolutionary democratic #socialist,  Angela Davis was born in Birmingham,  Alabama. She co-founder  prison abolition group Critical Resistance and is a professor emerita at UC Santa Cruz More here: