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Then They Came - Senselessly and Truly Friggin' Unbelievably - For the Vietnamese
What fresh hell is this. In yet another mindlessly cruel, deeply racist, utterly pointless move aimed at - what?! distracting the masses from the dumpster fire engulfing him? flexing his psychotic muscle by trying to find more people of color he can traumatize? - the Trump administration (sic)...
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Refused Right to Seek Asylum, Honduran Refugees Demand Reparations for Destructive US Foreign Policy in Central America
"It may seem like a lot of money to you. But it is a small sum compared to everything the United States has stolen from Honduras."
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Rachael Denhollander accepts the 'Inspiration of the Year Award' onstage at Sports Illustrated 2018 Sportsperson of the Year Awards Show on Tuesday, December 11, 2018 News
Receiving "Inspiration of the Year" Award From Christine Blasey Ford, First Nassar Accuser Says, "Be Willing to Hear the Truth"
"Her courage inspired other survivors to end their silence," Kavanaugh accuser Blasey Ford says of former gymnast Rachael Denhollander
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Educator Kelley Fisher leads striking Arizona teachers to the State Capitol during a Phoenix rally on April 26, 2018. Organizing power will be key to the Left's success in 2020. (Ralph Freso/Getty Images)   Views
How To Elect Democrats Who Actually Answer To Workers
To hold policy makers accountable, workers must be able to build fighting organizations in which workers, not full-time staffs in sealed-off political departments, call the endorsement shots
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In the Hands of Justice: White Supremacist Gets Life In Prison Plus 419 Years For Murdering Heather Heyer
Fields' attack. Photo by Ryan Kelly/AP. On front, photo by Michael Dwyer/AP. A jury has sentenced 21-year-old, very sick, evidently remorseless neo-Nazi James Alex Fields Jr. to life in prison plus 419 years for killing activist Heather Heyer and seriously injuring 35 others when he rammed his car...
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'For Taking Great Risks in Pursuit of Greater Truths,' Journalists Under Attack Named TIME Magazine's Person of the Year
"They are representative of a broader fight by countless others around the world...who risk all to tell the story of our time."
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Google China sign News
Human Rights Groups Blast Google for 'Actively Aiding China's Censorship and Surveillance Regime'
Ahead of CEO's congressional testimony, Amnesty International and others are calling on the company to #DropDragonfly—a censored search engine specifically designed for the country
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'Not Your Average Demonstration': Faith Leaders Arrested Demanding Demilitarization of US Border
"In the face of unfounded fear, racism, and violence, courageous action is necessary."
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Where There's Smock There's Covfefe
The great, loud, illiterate pretender. Getty Images. Laughter Is the Best Medicine Followed By Impeachment and Jail Time Dept: A terrible no good day for our spectacularly inept, perilously insecure "president" for whom mockery is the ultimate threat. First, his peeps were l aughed/shamed off the...
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'Victory' for Women as Supreme Court Rejects Case Challenging Medicaid Funds for Planned Parenthood
"We're thankful that people in Louisiana and Kansas will be able to access the care they need."
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