Oddly, the European Union asked questions, but didn’t mention Putin or Russia regarding Navalny’s poisoning.
Readers from Canada, the UK and U.S. thank the Freedom Socialist for keeping radical journalism alive; inmate describes Texas prison as “unfit for the living”; an open letter from Radical Women denouncing Israel’s recent arrests and abduction of women leaders and other activists throughout Palestine.
Huge anti-government protests have rocked Africa’s most populous nation over its notorious police group, SARS, with protests erupting in support in the U.S. and England.
Community organizing and labor strikes led to long-delayed criminal convictions of Golden Dawn members and the party’s booting from parliament.
Poland’s right-wing government and the Catholic Church face massive pressure from LGBTQ+ militants and young women defending abortion and civil rights.
A notably clear answer to the question of what can practically be done to rescue Planet Earth.
Hundreds of thousands of Belarusians have been taking to the streets, with leaders of a Nov. 1 women’s march mocked by dictator Lukashenko.
The panels at the Women & Labour Conference reinforced Wik as a feminist issue. They showed how non-Indigenous rural people are hurting badly from a crisis-ridden system, which is becoming increasingly brutal. The profiteers are attempting to use small farmers to incite mass panic in Australia – a panic fuelled by misinformation.
Governments regularly invoke the “public interest” as the reason for increased police budgets and expanded police powers.
My participation in the 13th Annual International Gay and Lesbian Youth Organisation (IGLYO) Conference in Pisa, Italy [27 July – 3 August 1997] was a unique experience. It was the first time any delegate from Australia had been accepted to attend an IGLYO conference, and the first time a representative from any bisexual organisation in the world took part.