President Peña Nieto of Mexico brags about his neoliberal policies to privatize public resources, cut social services, and force anti-union education “reforms.” His government has also been exposed for its… Read more »
civil liberties & police
Odeh, a Palestinian and community organizer, won a partial victory against the U.S. government’s attempt to deport her.
“Es un enorme apoyo tener la solidaridad de otros países”, me comentó Arturo Campos mientras nos encontrábamos dentro de la cárcel donde está detenido ilegalmente en Ayutla de los Libres,… Read more »
“It is enormous support to have solidarity from other countries.”
Political prisoner news, a salute to Heidi Durham, thanks for the article on Puerto Rico, and more.
An organizer against drug lords and corrupt politicians is finally released. It’s a good start!
While the Independent Broad-Based Anti-Corruption Commission has the word “independent” in its title, it is anything but!
Last November, New York-based civil rights and criminal defence attorney Lynne Stewart was sent to prison. Stewart had been convicted in 2005 of providing support to “terrorist” Sheik Omar Abdel… Read more »
August 16, 2006: Seven young women from New Jersey are attacked on a night out on the town in Greenwich Village, a traditionally safe place for young working class people… Read more »
On May Day, two Australian citizens were arrested and charged with the vague, yet frightening, charge of supporting a terrorist organisation — the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Elam (LTTE). This… Read more »