August 14, 2014 Without action to back it up, “solidarity” is a hollow chant. Similarly, a group can issue a hundred statements on a hundred different topics and none of them will mean anything without a carefully planned political action…. Read More ›
What the elites in Washington are conniving.
Today is the celebration of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday in the United States. While it is ostensibly celebrated to promote the Civil Rights Movement, one wonders why MLK, among all other more active and progressive civil rights… Read More ›
by Douglas Hill Ever since 9/11, the U.S. government has launched the “War on Terror,” and enacted a virtual avalanche of legislation aimed at containing the threat of Islamic terrorism. Much of this legislation legitimizes the ethnic profiling of people… Read More ›
by JOKAY DOWELL, Oklahoma Native Times Magazine Among Indigenous activist circles it is said that many generations ago ancestors who experienced the loss of life, land, culture and language had prayed for the coming generations to take up their causes… Read More ›
The general’s presence on campus has sparked protests, arrests and beatings in the streets. By Peter Rugh Want to turn a university into a war zone? Invite General David Petraeus onto campus. Ever since the general showed up at the City… Read More ›
COLEMAN, FLORIDA – Leonard Peltier, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, who has been imprisoned for the past 37 years, issued statement on the passing of former South Africa President Nelson Mandela. Peltier is serving a life sentence in the U.S…. Read More ›
By Clare Kim As the number of homeless people in Los Angeles County continues to rise, the City Council is weighing a ban on feeding homeless people in public areas. City Council members Tom LaBonge and Mitch O’Farrell, both Democrats, introduced the resolution… Read More ›