A New Afrikan Socialist Analysis of Racialized Capitalism

Black Perspectives on Race and Capitalism from the American South

  • Kwame-Osagyefo Kalimara
  • Akil Bakari
  • Noel Didla
  • Theron Wilkerson Margaret Walker Alexander National Research Center


Kwame-Osagyefo Kalimara is an activist and professor with fifty years of Black Liberation work. He is the former National Chair & Secretary of the New Afrikan Peoples' Organization (NAPO) and co-founder of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement. In this interview, Kalimara outlines the varied perspectives of Black people in America on capitalism, explains the effects of capitalism on Black people in America, and explains the ideology of capitalism from a New Afrikan socialist perspective. Kalimara's interview serves as an introduction to racialized capitalism in America and provides references for further exploration of the failures of capitalism from a historical perspective. 

How to Cite
KALIMARA, Kwame-Osagyefo et al. A New Afrikan Socialist Analysis of Racialized Capitalism. Prabuddha: Journal of Social Equality, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 1, p. 7-12, june 2019. ISSN 2576-2079. Available at: <https://prabuddha.us/index.php/pjse/article/view/37>. Date accessed: 26 mar. 2023.