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National Day of Mourning

The 45th commemoration of the National Day of Mourning on Nov. 27 in Plymouth, Mass., will again honor Native political prisoner Leonard Peltier, a heroic fighter for the rights of Indigenous and other oppressed peoples. Peltier has been unjustly imprisoned for 38 years. The so-called “Thanksgiving” holiday on that date starkly recalls the centuries of […]

This report National Day of Mourning appeared first on Workers World.

Shut down migrant detention center!

Hundreds of people from across the country marched to the Stewart Detention Center in rural southwestern Georgia on Nov. 21, demanding the for-profit prison be shut down. Operated by Corrections Corporation of America, the medium security facility holds upwards of 1,900 immigrant detainees. Among the many youth who participated in the demonstration were a group […]

Judge rebuffs struggle to stop Detroit water shut-offs

Federal bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes has continued his anti-people legal reasoning by denying a motion to reconsider his earlier decision not to halt water shut-offs in Detroit. Since January, some 31,000 households have been subjected to a concerted policy of massive termination of water services. Even though officials of the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department […]

Drug Shills Dispensing Pills

In 2009, as an eager young psychiatry professor at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, I presented to faculty on the need for a moral dimension to psychiatric diagnoses. I was laughed out of the room.

One psychiatrist, a schizophrenia specialist, said he didn’t see the point. The acting medical director said he felt I’d called him immoral. A top research psychiatrist said, incredibly, “Morality and psychiatry should be kept separate.”

Protests across U.S. after Ferguson killer cop not charged

Members of the Ferguson and St. Louis, Mo., communities started gathering in front of the notorious Ferguson police station on Nov. 24, hours before the pro-cop state prosecutor, Bob McCullough, announced to the whole world the grand jury findings on whether a white police officer, Darren Wilson, would be indicted for killing an 18-year-old African-American […]

The KKK and Ferguson

Domestic terrorism is not new in the United States. Following the Emancipation Proclamation by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863 freeing the enslaved Africans, and then the end of the Civil War and the beginning of Reconstruction in 1865, the notorious hate group, the Ku Klux Klan, was formed that same year. Since then, the KKK […]

This report The KKK and Ferguson appeared first on Workers World.

Frame-up trial of Boston school bus drivers union leader turns into ‘Solidarity Day 7’

Dorchester, Mass. — The fighting members of Boston School Bus Drivers, Steelworkers Local 8751, and their supporters from the community, labor and the political movement staged a virtual occupation of the Dorchester [Mass.] District Court on Nov. 24 at the scene of the continuing anti-union frame-up trial of USW 8751 grievance chair and founder, Stevan […]

Puerto Rico: Crisis creciente del régimen colonial

El siguiente artículo fue escrito por el sociólogo panameño Olmedo Beluche quien recientemente visitó Puerto Rico para participar en una serie de conferencias sobre la lucha anticolonial en Panamá y Puerto Rico. Una crisis económica y social se abate sobre el “Estado Libre Asociado”, eufemismo con que el imperialismo norteamericano trata de disfrazar el régimen […]

Reports from Inside First Look Media Suggest That Maybe Silicon Valley Shouldn’t Manage Journalists

Journalists on the Left have always had problems with institutions. I’m not referring here to these scribes’ honorable muckraking pedigrees, or their principled distrust of the national security state and the corporate boardroom. Rather, they have trouble building and sustaining viable media institutions of their own in the broader marketplace of ideas.

Gov’t Data Sharpens Focus on Crude-Oil Train Routes

The oil boom underway in North Dakota has delivered jobs to local economies and helped bring the United States to the brink of being a net energy exporter for the first time in generations.

But moving that oil to the few refineries with the capacity to process it is presenting a new danger to towns and cities nationwide — a danger many appear only dimly aware of and are ill-equipped to handle.

Vampire Princess of Persia

We have come to expect certain things from the contemporary movie landscape—a numbing degree of homogeneity, a dread of unresolved endings, a preference for thoughtless action over drama. Even indies and imports are starting to seem stamped from a handful of templates. Not so Ana Lily Amirpour’s A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night. In her debut film, Amirpour has dared to create her own little movie universe, the kind of low-budget achievement that’s rare these days.

Darren Wilson Wasn’t the First: A Short History of Killer Cops Let Off the Hook

The Ferguson grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for the killing of African-American teenager Michael Brown is heartless but unsurprising. But it is important to place the case in context with the history of police violence investigations and prosecutions in high profile cases—and the systemic and racist police brutality that continues to plague the nation. In doing so, there are lessons for the movement for justice in the Michael Brown case, as well as for those who are engaged in the broader struggle against law enforcement violence.

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