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The MAGA storming of the Capitol is one year old. The attempted coup is still happening. The reshaping of the Republican Party as an insurrectionary force and the expansion of armed gangs aim to smash democracy. Please help us to inform, to mobilize and to inspire the forces of multi-racial, radical, inclusive democracy to defeat this threat in 2022.

 

Friday Nite Videos | December 24, 2021

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Chile 2021: Leftwing Millennial to Be New President. Chile 1973: Manifiesto | Victor Jara. ‘Surprising Is An Understatement’: Kim Potter Verdict. Why New York’s Billionaires’ Row Is Half Empty. Fauci Holiday Message Cold Open | SNL.

Is the Window for System Change Closing?

Jamila Hodge The Crime Report
Some people think that building an alternative to our current harmful system means starting from scratch; but that’s far from the truth. Innovative, community-based programs that heal and prevent violence are humming and ready to grow.

Friday Nite Videos | June 25, 2021

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Sha’Carri Richardson Wins Gold & Carl Nassib Becomes First Openly Gay NFL Player. The Music’s Back in This Region. A Crime On The Bayou. Buy, Borrow, Die: How America's Ultrawealthy Stay That Way. How Quantum Mechanics Helps Birds Find Their Way.

A Crime On The Bayou (2021) | Trailer

Attorney Richard Sobol stands up to a racist legal system to defend Gary Duncan, a Black teenager wrongfully accused of assaulting a boy in 1966 New Orleans. In select theaters now.

Yes, We Should Still Defund the Police

Darryl Lorenzo Wellington The Progressive
A social safety net does a better job of achieving a more harmonious society than thousands of assault weapons and armored vehicles. Police reduction should become the American way. 

Friday Nite Videos | May 21, 2021

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Stand Your Ground | John Oliver. All Along the Watchtower: A Pandemic Ballad. The Real Reason Workers Aren’t Running Back to Restaurant Jobs. Palestinian Artist Taqi Spateen Painting George Floyd. The Undying Hydra: A Freshwater Monster.

Stand Your Ground | John Oliver

John Oliver takes a look at why “stand your ground” laws were created, who they protect, and, crucially, who they don’t.

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