Cornel West

Julia Conley, staff writer
"We don't need any more rape apologist judges."
Julia Conley, Jake Johnson, and Jon Queally
It was a small conference with big ideas and a deep sense of urgency. "We need...
Julia Conley, staff writer
Over three days in Burlington, Vermont, politicians and activists will "share...


Citing their mutual experiences of racism and state violence, over two dozen African-American public figures expressed their solidarity with Ahed Tamimi, the Palestinian girl facing years in prison for slapping an Israeli soldier, as her trial opened - behind closed doors, after the judge banned the media in hopes of downplaying the travesty. Ahed's father Bassem: "They don't want the world to see this theater, which they call a court."