March 8, 2019 International Women’s Day 2019 Happy International Women’s Day 2019! Meet Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie! Today’s interactive, slideshow Doodle is told by and made by women. In it, we … Continue reading
Let’s stop saying bad police officers are rare. They’re plentiful from coast to coast.
Many assumed truths could be lies. The human propensity for creative synthesis, imaginative conjecture and blind faith seems unbound.
“Since Theodore Roosevelt in 1904 declared the U.S.’s right to exercise an “international police power” in Latin America, the U.S. has cut deep wounds throughout the region, leaving scars that will last for generations to come.”
We have stopped Trump’s militarism parade and will take back Armistice Day and secure the peace! Join A Broad Coalition Of Peace, Justice and Freedom Groups To Secure the Peace … Continue reading
“America is the first country… that can actually have a bloodless revolution.” ~Malcolm X Unarmed citizens are executed by sociopaths for jaywalking, wearing a hoodie, running or driving away, stealing … Continue reading
“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free…”
In class struggles, there is a law of nature: No friction, no traction. Not one cent and not one vote for the parties of war and empire.
“Our generation is on the verge of the most profound catastrophe the human species has ever faced. Death threats to the living earth are coming from all sides. Water, sunlight, air and soil are all threatened.”
Genocide is as old as history. It has been a part of the human condition from the very beginning.
We do not know the exact number of people killed in the Americas. There was no one back in the time of Columbus compiling a census or doing a mass survey. However, we conclude that a figure of 50 to 75 million is reasonable.