indigenous struggles

Egyptians defend their revolution

February 2013

Outraged Egyptians took to the streets in January 2011 and toppled their military dictator of 30 years, Hosni Mubarak. Ever since, they have been in the streets and the face… Read more »

Ethnic studies victory in Arizona

April 2013

At long last, a blatant right-wing lawsuit against Mexican American Studies in Tucson, Ariz. has been thrown out of court. Its primary targets were teachers Sean Arce and José González,… Read more »

The imperialist retaking of Africa

April 2013

Through most of the 16th to 20th centuries, traders and colonialists from Europe sold and enslaved Africa’s peoples, carved up their territories, and pillaged resources from their continent. Jump forward… Read more »