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Athletes break their silence

The current national uprising against police violence dominates the U.S. political terrain. The revolt began with the Ferguson, Mo., rebellion, ignited by the broad daylight police murder of African-American 18-year-old Michael Brown by a white cop on Aug. 9. Black youth who racist white police officers humiliated, terrorized and demonized day in and day out […]

CUBAN 5 FREED!

Dec. 17 – The Obama administration announced today that the remaining incarcerated Cuban Five – Gerardo Hernández, Antonio Guerrero and Ramón Labañino – have been released from U.S. prisons. The Cuban Five heroes have been imprisoned in the U.S. since 1998 for trying to stop terrorist attacks against socialist Cuba.

This report CUBAN 5 FREED! appeared first on Workers World.

Chicago Police Tortured Dozens of Black Men. Now, Victims Are Demanding Reparations.

In front of the Chicago Police Headquarters yesterday on the city’s South Side, a group of about 100 marchers, flanked by clusters of police officers on the sidewalk, huddled together with signs reading “Two Decades Too Many” and “Reparations Now.”

“We [are here] for the survivors of this heinous wrong … perpetrated under the uniform and the badge of the city,” said Adam Green, a University of Chicago history professor and a member of the Chicago Torture Justice Memorial (CTJM).

Chicago Police Tortured Dozens of Black Men. Now, Victims Are Demanding Reparations.

In front of the Chicago Police Headquarters yesterday on the city’s South Side, a group of about 100 marchers, flanked by clusters of police officers on the sidewalk, huddled together with signs reading “Two Decades Too Many” and “Reparations Now.”

“We [are here] for the survivors of this heinous wrong … perpetrated under the uniform and the badge of the city,” said Adam Green, a University of Chicago history professor and a member of the Chicago Torture Justice Memorial (CTJM).

New York’s Gas Rush Poses Environmental Threat

by Abrahm Lustgarten

Update, Dec. 17, 2014: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced a ban on fracking in the state, citing both environmental and health risks. ProPublica was one of the first news organizations to explore the potential harm of hydraulic fracturing. Here is our first story, from 2008. The day after we published the story, then Gov. David Paterson ordered what became a de facto prohibition on fracking.

Xmas 1914: When rank and file imposed truce during imperialist war

The “Christmas Truce of 1914” was a short-lived, unofficial lull in combat between two antagonistic rival forces, determined to exercise military, political and economic supremacy over each other in Europe and in the colonized world, to which these imperial powers lay arrogant false claim. One of the bloodiest episodes in human history, the war was […]

Ramón Labañino Salazar: a prison visit with a Cuban hero

Ashland, Ky. — We sat in the last three seats of the last neat row of red plastic chairs.  It was the visitors’ room of the federal prison here on a rainy but not so cold Saturday morning in December. A door across the room opened and there he was, Ramón Labañino Salazar. Although other […]

This report Ramón Labañino Salazar: a prison visit with a Cuban hero appeared first on Workers World.

A Girlfriends’ Guide to Rage

Somewhere inside of the new Bravo drama Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, there is a genuinely good show. It comes in little flickers, a weirdly visceral scene here, a witty burn there (a woman trying to convey how inappropriately young somebody's girlfriend is: “she thinks 27 Dresses is a classic film”) and in the too-long-absent eye roll of Janeane Garofalo. And Laverne Cox is going to have a role on this show, soon. Laverne Cox

From Occupy to Ferguson

Early in the Occupy movement, Frances Fox Piven predicted, “We may be on the cusp, at the beginning of another period of social protest.” Months later, in September 2012, long after the last tent had folded, Piven questioned the “ready conclusion that the protests have fizzled.” As she and Richard Cloward noted 35 years earlier in their pivotal study, Poor People’s Movements: Why They Succeed, How They Fail, the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s and the labor movement of the 1920s and 1930s too

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