Friday, April 19, 2019

Dalit Lives Matter

Technology has helped to facilitate these movements locally and disseminated information about them throughout the world in a way earlier generations of activists could have only dreamed about.

America rejects Trumpism

The vast majority of Americans are now anti-establishment, and understandably so.

Putting billionaires in their place

Counting up the number of billionaires in a nation can give us a vivid anecdotal sense of how concentrated a nation’s wealth has become.

Building the institutions for revolt

No movement will survive unless it is built on the foundation of deep community relationships. Organizers must learn to listen, even to those who do not agree with them.

Congressman suspended after indicted for domestic abuse

In a legislative session before his arrest, Corley ironically voted for a bill supporting harsher sentences for domestic violence offenders.

It Can’t Happen Here… Can It?

Whether or not Donald Trump wins the Republican nomination or is elected president, for the gathering members of his grassroots coalition, he’s certainly shown what can, indeed, happen here.

The retired General who stopped a Wall Street coup

General Smedley Butler blew the whistle on a millionaire-led effort to oust FDR and the New Deal.

Democracy Spring Protests Bring Record Number of Arrests

Over 400 people have been arrested and it's only the first day.

The world’s worst crisis

This is one of Africa’s largest displacement crises and the world cannot afford to brush it under the carpet.

Dalit Women and Village Justice in Rural India

The caste system dominates all areas of life in India where violent exploitation and prejudice are the norm. The most common victims of village justice are Dalits—girls and women are victimized and violated daily in national neglect.