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The Collapse of the Zionist Project

An Interview with Israeli Historian Ilan Pappé

The Price of Biden’s New China Tariffs

Don’t look now, but Joe Biden has just adopted the Trump China policy he has previously and relentlessly repudiated—and gone one further.

Refaat Alareer: In Memoriam

During the attack, the more bombs Israel detonated, the more stories I told, and the more I read. Telling stories was my way of resisting. It was all I could do.

Justice for Terrence Heard

Two bills, currently under consideration in Tennessee, could change sentencing rules that keep many inside prisons for too long.

Speaking Out Against Hindu Supremacy

Hindu supremacists are joining forces with the MAGA bloc in this pivotal election year. US movement groups are recognizing that they threaten our common interests in building multiracial democracy.

Friday Nite Videos | October 20, 2023

Alito's Freak Flags / Haley Endorses Trump. 'We Are Cowardly' / Singing the Truth. The One Place You Can’t Say Trump Is a Criminal Defendant. The Debate Over the Anthropocene, Explained. Disneyland Workers Dispel the Fairytale.

Why Biden Should Run on Climate

It’s a strong triple threat to say: Trump will take away your rights. He will take away your democracy. And he will take away the planet you’ve known.

Supreme Gaslighting

Supreme Court Justice Alito flew a flag of insurrection at his home. Here's the most important takeaway: but for Alito and his similarly conflicted fellow justices, Donald Trump would almost certainly be a convicted felon for J6 by now.

Trump’s Plan for Mass Deportations

At every opportunity, Trump has placed the mass deportation of millions of people at the center of his campaign. It is a promise. And the promises a presidential candidate makes while on the trail are the promises a president tries to keep.

Neanderthals Spoke, but Maybe Not Metaphorically

Neanderthals possessed the vocal machinery for speech and were sufficiently similar to modern humans that multiple instances of successful interbreeding occurred. But their brain structure and possibly their thinking were significantly different.
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Culture

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Becoming Educated

Joanne Durham Vox Populi
The grief of today’s wars, North Carolina poet Joanne Durham reminds us, falls heaviest on the children of the victims.

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How the Black Meme Turns a Trope Into a Trap

Eileen Isagon Skyers Hyperallergic
Legacy Russell’s Black Meme argues that owning, replicating, and remediating Black material is a theft rooted in historical frameworks of subordination.

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Safe Space

Carol Smith Radical Teacher
New Jersey teacher and poet, Carol Smith explains the hazards of racist content, subtle, accidental, sometimes deliberate.

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Oh Say AOC

David Klion Bookforum
This new book is a chronicle of the Democratic Party’s left flank

Labor

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Operation Dixie Failed 78 Years Ago

Chandra Childers, Dave Kamper, and Jennifer Sherer Economic Policy Institute
Are today’s Southern workers about to change all that?

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Labor Federation Denounces Arrests at UMass

Western Massachusetts Area Labor Federation Portside
Chancellor Reyes and the police violated the constitutional First Amendment rights to free speech, freedom to assemble, and freedom to petition the Government for a redress of grievances;

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The Art of the Green New Deal

Benjamin Y. Fong Jacobin
Jobs to Move America is pioneering an innovative labor strategy that turns public investments in green infrastructure and manufacturing into opportunities for union organizing and better working conditions.

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Disneyland Workers Dispel the Fairytale

“The magic starts to fade away and you’re just left with not being able to pay rent, permanent injuries, and management who doesn’t value or respect you.”