Category: Law, Crime, & Justice

Bill Fletcher: The Gagging of Rasmea Odeh

If we say that you are a terrorist, you are

Alyssa Figueroa: Ferguson Organizer: ‘Police Are Preparing for War’

‘We don’t see any interest from police in shifting their relationship with the communities they serve.’

Phil Mattera: Bankers Gone Wild (Again)

Before long we will read of a settlement, and the banks will move on to a new way of cheating their customers

Maya Schenwar: Why prisons don’t work and how we can do better

A conversation with Maya Schenwar

Bill Blunden: Et Tu, Poitras?

Do Google and Apple really give one iota about protecting civil liberties?

Charlotte Maria Saenz: Ayotzinapa’s Uncomfortable Dead

It’s not only the dead who are now uncomfortable, but also those who deny the living

Alan Singer: Why Many Inner City Schools Function Like Prisons

The ultimate goal of school policy is to sort them out with a few destined for success, some to menial jobs, and others for imprisonment

Angela Davis: Free Rasmea Odeh, political prisoner

Rasmea Odeh is fighting for her citizenship and for her freedom

Hina Shamsi: Uncle Sam’s Databases of Suspicion

A Shadow Form of National ID

George Monbiot: A Gunpowder Plot Against Democracy

This bill of corporate rights threatens to blow the sovereignty of parliament unless it can be stopped

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