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Rights & Justice



Proud Boys Sued by Historic Black Church After Leader Admits to Burning Black Lives Matter Sign During DC Rally

Washington, D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine said the December 12 "hate crime" was meant to "terrorize Black people." 

Brett Wilkins, staff writer ·


Despite 'Meager Numbers,' Trump Administration Removes Gray Wolves From Endangered Species List

"The delisting of gray wolves is the latest causality of the Trump administration's willful ignorance of the biodiversity crisis and scientific facts."

Brett Wilkins, staff writer ·


Assange Wins. The Cost: The Crushing of Press Freedom

The labeling of dissent as mental illness cannot be seen as a victory.

Jonathan Cook ·


Federal Judge Rejects Attempt by Wisconsin Trump Allies to Overturn Biden Win

Their argument, said the judge, "lies somewhere between a willful misreading of the Constitution and fantasy."

Jessica Corbett, staff writer ·


Want Bargaining Rights With That?

“We can now say that New York City is the first place in the country where fast-food workers will no longer be at-will employees."

Luis Feliz Leon ·


Prosecution of Assange Is an Attack on Our Own Humanity

"The verdict will not only determine the life of Assange, but also the future of journalism."

Nozomi Hayase ·


The Covid-19 Vaccine: Another Ugly Face of Israeli Apartheid

The rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine perfectly illustrates Israel's apartheid system.

Yumna Patel ·


As Trump Extends Visa Ban and Court Upholds Insurance Mandate, Advocates Urge Biden to Quickly Reverse Anti-Immigrant Policies

The healthcare ruling, said one immigrant rights advocate, "makes clear that the Biden administration must move swiftly to rescind all of President Trump's xenophobic presidential proclamations."

Brett Wilkins, staff writer ·


Welcome 2021! Go Away, 2020!

Four years of the worst, most malicious, most demagogic, most crooked, most lying president in American history will come to an end in less than three weeks.

Diane Ravitch ·