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Here’s what the corporate-owned media won’t tell you about the arrests in Nicaragua

Above Photo: Nicholas Raymond/Flickr Nicaragua has been under heavy fire from the corporate-owned media lately. The government of Daniel Ortega has arrested several opposition figures in the midst of an upcoming election. The US government and corporate media have been expressing their outrage about…

To End Racial Capitalism, We Will Need to Take On Policing

Above Photo: Ed Jones / AFP via Getty Images The words “I can’t breathe” were not only uttered by Eric Garner and George Floyd as they were murdered by police. They were also uttered by over 70 others who died in law enforcement custody over the past decade after saying those same three word…

680 Global Leaders Urge Biden to End ‘Israeli Oppression’

Above Photo: AFP More than 680 global leaders, from politicians and Nobel laureates to leading academics and peace advocates, have called on US President Joe Biden to honour his commitments towards protecting the human rights of Palestinians. In an open letter published earlier this week, the gr…

Old-Growth Logging Protesters On Day Seven Of Hunger Strike

Above Photo: Nick Procaylo/PNG Seek ‘respectful’ talks with NDP Extinction Rebellion members Brent Eichler, Zain Haq, and Evie Mandel haven’t eaten food in a week but are continuing their strike at 401 Burrard Street. Old-growth logging protesters on day seven of a hunger strike are calling fo…

Drought-stricken communities push back against data centers

Above Photo: Jim Todd / Reuters file On May 17, the City Council of Mesa, Arizona, approved the $800 million development of an enormous data center — a warehouse filled with computers storing all of the photos, documents and other information we store “in the cloud” — on an arid plot of la…

Brazilians Protest Against Bolsonaro’s COVID-19 Mismanagement

Brazilians Protest Against Bolsonaro’s COVID-19 Mismanagement Above Photo: EFE Protesters called on the conservative Lower House’s chairman Arthur Lira to accept the impeachment requests against Bolsonaro. On Saturday, Brazil’s leftist political parties and social organizations called on Brazi…

Report Details Fossil Fuel Industry’s Deceptive ‘Net Zero’ Strategy

Report Details Fossil Fuel Industry’s Deceptive ‘Net Zero’ Strategy The ‘Big Con’ Revealed “Big polluters and rich governments should not only reduce emissions to Real Zero, they must pay reparations for the huge climate debt owed to the Global South.” A new report published Wednesday…

On Contact: Virus

On Contact: Virus On the show this week, Chris Hedges discusses the coronavirus with investigative journalist and author, Nina Burleigh. “There are many ways to begin to tell the story of why more Americans died of Covid-19, the disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, than in any other nation on earth,” …

A 14-day global campaign demands justice for victims of Bolivia coup

On 10 November 2019, the democratically elected government of Evo Morales in Bolivia was overthrown by a US-government supported military coup. The coup regime, also supported by the UK and the European Union, presided over mass human rights violations and was met with widespread resistance fr…

The Kisan [Farmers’] Commune in India

Above Photo: Women farmers from Punjab and Haryana protest at the Tikri border in Delhi, 24 January 2021. Dear friends, Greetings from the desk of the Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research. On 26 June 2021, tens of thousands of Indian farmers will gather in front of the government offices i…

NATO Proclamation at Annual Summit Threatens the Peace

Above Photo: americansecurityproject.org Space Attacks and Cyber Attacks Could Now Trigger Military Intervention Under Article 5 of the NATO Treaty The NATO proclamation—promoted at its annual summit this week—that a cyber attack could trigger Article 5 of the NATO treaty heightens the risk of m…

‘Surreal’ and ‘Distressing’: Climate Experts’ Predictions Come True With US Heatwave

‘Surreal’ and ‘Distressing’: Climate Experts’ Predictions Come True With US Heatwave Above Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images “The current heatwave and drought leave no doubt, we are living the dangerous effects of the climate crisis.” As what the National Weather Service described as…

NYCHA Tenants Call for Public Housing Boss to Be Bounced

Above Photo: Sue Brisk NYCHA tenants could lose their rights in terms of evictions, succession rights, and the lack of ability to pay rent due to one’s income. “Get Russ out!” public-housing tenants from around the city chanted outside the New York City Housing Authority headquarters in Lower…

With Bezos at the Helm, Democracy Dies at the Washington Post Editorial Board

In the Soviet Union, everybody was aware that the media was controlled by the state. But in a corporate state like the U.S., a veneer of independence is still maintained, although trust in the media has been plummeting for years. Washington — The Washington Post’s glaring conflicts of interest…

Myths & Facts about genocide: What’s happening in Xinjiang, China

The Biden Administration has chosen to echo the same propaganda claims against China that were made by Trump’s Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Both the Trump & Biden administration are charging the Chinese government with the crime of genocide against a minority people, the Uighurs, in Xinjiang Au…

US states press reopening amid mounting dangers from COVID variants

Above Photo: Brian Inganga/AP Photo The COVID-19 pandemic has killed more than 600,000 people in the United States, according to the semi-official tabulation by Johns Hopkins University. But while more people have been killed in the US by coronavirus than in any other country, American state governm…

Perverted Prison Justice

Perverted Prison Justice Above Photo: Federal Bureau of Prisons/Wikimedia Commons Here’s an example of how the prison rape-elimination law gets violated; and not by other prisoners. Many of you know that I’ve written about whistleblower Marty Gottesfeld in the past. Marty was sentenced to a drac…

Scheer Intelligence: The Second American Revolution

Above image: Mr. Fish. The timing is perfect for ‘By the Light of Burning Dreams: The Triumphs and Tragedies of the Second American Revolution,’ a fresh, deeply-reported examination of some of the most effective movement organizers to emerge in the 1960s. Revolutions are traditionally marked by…

Barbara Bowen Passes the Torch

Above Photo: Dave Sanders It was the spring of 2000 and neoliberalism was flowering all across the land when a contingent of unabashedly left-wing professors at the City University of New York running as the New Caucus won control of their dormant faculty union. With the left excluded from power alm…

Inside Iran: Elections, Democracy, Sabotage, Sanctions and Resistance

 As Iran prepares for presidential elections, Rania Khalek is joined by Iranian scholar at Columbia University Navid Zarrinnal on her program Dispatches to discuss developments in Iran, from the coming elections to the tumultuous Trump years, relations with the Biden administration, Iran’s role…

Freedom Ride: How Not to Celebrate Juneteenth

Juneteenth has become the latest iteration of liberal capture of Black politics, opportunistic virtue signaling, and the intentional misrepresentation of America’s history. “An opportunity to discuss resistance against oppression has been turned into a substance-free feel good day.” Juneteenth…

What does the Museum of Modern Art have to do with Palestinian oppression?

Above Photo: Getty Images Of all the museums to criticize for its ties to imperialism, the Museum of Modern Art seems like a strange one. Why not the Metropolitan Museum, or the British Museum, institutions that exhibit older art, often pilfered by conquering Europeans? But the Strike MoMA movement…

Youth activists descend on S.F. homes of Feinstein and Pelosi to demand climate corps

Above Photo: Sam Whiting A group of youth climate activists scattered wildfire ashes on Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco porch Monday, a final act of civil disobedience at the end of a 266-mile march meant to spur lawmakers to action on climate change. Pelosi did not appear — nor did Sen. Dia…

50 years ago, the Pentagon Papers’ success hinged on a personal conversion to nonviolence

Above Photo: Susan Wood/Getty Images Without the friendships he forged in the antiwar movement, Daniel Ellsberg might not have found the courage and support he needed to help end the Vietnam War. Daniel Ellsberg’s release of the Pentagon Papers 50 years ago this week represents one of the most dra…

Why we must confront the history of U.S. Native boarding schools if we hope to heal

Above Photo: Amanda Ray / Yakima Herald-Republic When Patricia Whitefoot learned about the remains of 215 children found in a mass grave at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia, she was devastated. The children’s grave shocked the world, but for Whitefoot, the horror hit cl…


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