Courage and brutality, the iconic struggle for voting rights. Selma, Alabama 1965. A pivotal point of the Civil Rights Movement. Two historic forces collide.
Civil Rights – Part III “The South” Memories of the desperate struggle for civil rights in the south in the 1960’s. Selma, Alabama. Heroism. Courage. Death threats. Killings. And victories. Jeff Shero, Rat Subterranean news, personal stories from the crucible … Read More
Jeffrey Nightbryd Shero editor and contributor of Rat Subterranean News talks about the similarities in regards to racism and segregation in the north. The parallel oppression that continued in the north and south was simply seen under the veil of … Read More
Legendary underground newspaper in New York City, RAT: Subterranean News, suffered from the FBI and CIA campaign to eliminate the underground press and the Vietnam anti war movement. Previously unpublished details from FBI documents exposed in an interview with … Read More
The Black Panthers exemplified community engagement, acting to improve education, create job opportunities, and empower black citizens. This video contains original documents that reveal FBI efforts to discredit and destroy the Black Panther Organization. Professor Dale Brumfield presents his research … Read More
Reproductive rights- the rights of women to control their bodies- has been a critical issue for decades. Facebook,(in some neo-Trump reaction?) banned a serious post and banished me from Facebook usage for three days on the grounds of violating “community standards.” Perhaps … Read More
Free Sneak Peek! For a limited time, we are offering a free download of a single section of the RAT ePublication. In this section, you’ll find the story of the Columbia University takeover in 1968. In addition to exclusive RAT … Read More
Jeff Shero reflects on his time spent with Yayoi Kusama and how Rat Subterranean News introduced her to a new underground movement in New York in the late 60’s early 70’s. Yayoi Kusama born March 22, 1929 is a Japanese … Read More