Kevin Young; Charles Patrick Lynch; John Feffer
Last week Portside ran John Feffer's column, which generated a number of likes and shares on Portside's Facebook page. We are are sharing two comments from readers Kevin Young and Charles Patrick Lynch. We asked John Feffer to respond to these.
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The 19th century origins of Mother’s Day differ vastly in spirit and purpose from celebrations of it in the 20th and 21st centuries. The first public “Mother’s Day for Peace” rally was in New York City on June 2, 1872, and has only grown more urgent.
Two drones struck inside the Kremlin complex early Tuesday. We don’t know exactly what happened but the Russian claims of a Ukrainian attack are doubtful. It’s more likely that Vladimir Putin’s regime is preparing an excuse for a new escalation.
Among the last journalists left in Ukraine after the invasion, Mystylav Chernov captures a horrifying portrait of destruction in “20 Days in Mariupol" a pulsating documentary about the first three weeks of the Russian siege that killed tens of thousands of people.
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