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Call on federal prosecutors to drop the charges against the remaining 59 J20 protesters.
Activist and mother Mora Villalpando is targeted because of her outspoken advocacy for undocumented immigrants.
Activists and juries are pushing back against the government assault on our rights.
Right now, the cops are responsible for policing themselves, with terrible consequences for the public.
The news is welcome, but dozens still face prison sentences. From The Intercept.
AUTOMATION Question on the future I read with great interest Muffy Sunde’s succinct and informative piece “Rise of the robots: Disappearing jobs” [Vol. 38, No. 2]. I’m glad to see the Freedom Socialist tackling the subject of automation, as it’s one that has intrigued and troubled me for some time. One related question that I’d… Read more »
On April 25, over 150 supporters packed the courtroom for Rasmea Odeh, who accepted an agreement that stripped her of U.S. citizenship but allowed her to leave the country without serving additional jail time. The 69-year-old Palestinian activist and her supporters spent the past three and a half years battling the U.S. government’s attempts to… Read more »
How to fight Nazis; private prisons, immigrants, and human trafficking; Puyallup take on fracking; and more.
POLITICAL PRISONER Punished with solitary Jaan K. Laaman, long-time anti-imperialist political prisoner, is still locked down in segregation (minimum of 23 hours per day in a 6’×9′ cell). Jaan has been in “segregation” for months simply for issuing two statements, a clear violation of free speech and human rights. He is being threatened with transfer… Read more »