Category: Police & Prisons

John Pilger: Why the Rise of Fascism is Again the Issue

Like the fascism of the 1930s and 1940s, big lies are delivered with the precision of a metronome: thanks to an omnipresent, repetitive media and its virulent censorship by omission

Arianna Skibell: “We are fighting for our lives”

The little-known youth movement rising against police brutality

Jeremy Scahill: The Great SIM Heist

U.S. and British spies hacked into the internal computer network of the largest manufacturer of SIM cards in the world, stealing encryption keys used to protect the privacy of cellphone communications across the globe

Mariame Kaba: ‘We Must Love Each Other:’ Lessons in Struggle and Justice from Chicago

In Chicago, many have used the energy and opening created by these ongoing protests to re-animate existing long-term anti-police violence campaigns

Dave Maass: Hundreds of South Carolina Inmates Sent to Solitary Confinement Over Facebook

In the South Carolina prison system, accessing Facebook is an offense on par with murder, rape, rioting, escape and hostage-taking

Kara Z. Dellacioppa: Remembering the Watts Rebellion

Operation Chaos and the Infectious Logic of National Security

Michael Albert: Do Not Drone Me

Will anyone stop 1984 on steroids before it becomes 2015 commonplace?

Henry A. Giroux: Selfie Culture at the Intersection of the Corporate and the Surveillance States

Terrorizing the Self

Cassius Methyl: NYPD Pushes For Law that Would Turn Anyone they Want Into a Felon

Can you just imagine what would happen if ‘resisting arrest’ were made a felony?

Paul Street: Worse Than Fascism?

The contemporary U.S. model is in some ways worse than classic or real historical fascism in advancing tyrannical imperial and state-capitalist goals

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