After at least nine Filipino dissidents were executed in March, thousands marched and burned the far-right president’s effigy the next day – International Women’s Day.
Fake news is a real thing: How the right wages war on the truth
As the attempted coup on Jan. 6 showed, far-right propaganda of white supremacy, anti-Semitism and fascism dominate news websites. Read about how this developed over time.
Fred Hyde — on a mission to change the world
Profile of a revolutionary lawyer and unionist, offering inspiration for Hyde’s own generation of baby-boomer activists and for newer rebels waging the good fight.
Former Black Panther freed, but still harassed
Jahil Muntaqim, paroled after 50 years in prison, is being beleaguered by cops and charged with “registering to vote.” Do sign the online petition to drop the charges.
Putin’s political foe poisoned
Oddly, the European Union asked questions, but didn’t mention Putin or Russia regarding Navalny’s poisoning.
Shredding the Constitution: federal police invade Portland and beyond
With cops of every description on the rampage, resistance is fertile.
Report from Argentina: quarantine, poverty and repression provoke protest
How the government is using the pandemic to collapse the public healthcare system, fire workers, rescue big business, and repress growing protest.
Letters to the editor, April 2020
An update on Mumia Abu-Jamal, and readers weigh in on: popularity of Freedom Socialist, electoral remedies, a post-Brexit message, and military production and the climate.
Julian Assange, the free press, and whistleblowers
The U.S.’ zealous pursuit of Assange is really an attempt to bully, intimidate and threaten” those who expose and protest governments’ war crimes and corruption.
Puerto Rico: Feminists and union teachers key to uprising
This historic moment could go beyond kicking out corrupt politicians.