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Ahed Tamimi and Her Mother are Free - Sort Of

Ahed Tamimi and her mother were freed from prison on Sunday and Ray McGovern looks back on when he met the Tammy family last year in their West Bank village and reflects on the spirit that drives them.

Ray McGovern ·


A Climate Constitution in the Courts and the Streets

A stable climate system is quite literally the foundation of society, “without which there would be neither civilization nor progress.”

Jeremy Brecher ·


The Deafening Message of Trump's Dinesh D'Souza Pardon

It is a spectacular abuse of the pardon power and a barely-veiled announcement that Trump will use that power to protect odious conservative criminals and undermine the Mueller investigation

Ryan Cooper ·


Radical New Leaders Are Reviving Martin Luther King's Poor People's Campaign

The movement looks to rebuild the cross-racial civil rights alliance that disintegrated during a half-century of counter-revolution. Their radical vision is more necessary than ever.

Lewis M. Steel ·


Trump's War Cabinet and Coming American Despotism: Will We the People Rise Up?

Through freely associating with one another, united in love, we can walk the revolutionary way of peace, carrying the steps of our ancestors.

Nozomi Hayase ·


Separation of Church and State Starts With Kicking Billy Graham Out of the Rotunda

Graham, a champion of war, whispered into the ears of presidents and emboldened their villainy.

Pat LaMarche ·


The Year of Living Nonviolently

We must take to the streets in public, nonviolent, transformative action.

Rev. John Dear ·


The Staying Power of Black History Month

For decades, critics disputed whether African American history merited recognition. Yet in an era of fake news and alternative facts, Black History Month encourages Americans to face up to hard truths.

Jeffrey Aaron Snyder ·


America, Oprah is Not Your Savior

America has a history of looking to black women to save Americans from themselves — while not recognizing or respecting their efforts.

Jessicah Pierre ·


Life or Death for the FCC

​If we don’t start learning from our history and perhaps repeating some of it, we might was well start burning books.

Laura Flanders ·

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