Category: Repression

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Tom Engelhardt: Failure Is Success

How American Intelligence Works in the Twenty-First Century

Cora Currier: The Ghost Of Ronald Reagan Authorizes Most NSA Spying

U.S. intelligence agents have broad authority to spy on U.S. companies as long as they are “believed to have some relationship with foreign organizations or persons”

Kali Holloway: Racism is so insidious, even black people underestimate it

Another day, another senseless killing. These days, firsthand experiences with covert racism make defensiveness not just understandable, but warranted

Tithi Bhattacharya: 100,000 marched in Kolkata saying ‘Hok kolorob’ Let there be uproar

On September 20, 100,000 people marched in Kolkata, India against police violence and for gender justice

Angela Caputo: Thousands Charged with Drug Possession Walk Free

It’s no surprise that drug possession is the No. 1 reason people were in Cook County Jail last year

Ronnie Kasrils: Gaza and the ‘Crime Of Crimes’

Russell Tribunal on Palestine finds that Gaza is on the brink of a genocidal apartheid

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Badri Raina: How is the Cookie Crumbling?

Is it too foolish to think that a day might come when Modiji will do more than say what he has said, namely, come to believe the truth of his words?

Brendan Fischer: Tens of Thousands of WI Students Face New Voting Hurdles

The last-minute reinstatement of Wisconsin’s voter ID restrictions could create voting problems for over 32,000 students attending state universities

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Atilio Boron: Vulture(fund)s Reloaded

Madeleine Albright Comes on the Scene

Charles E. Cobb Jr.: Guns and the Southern Freedom Struggle: What’s Missing When We Teach About Nonviolence

Pieces of history that could help us think more clearly about today’s movements for social change are often ignored or distorted in popular media or commercial textbooks

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