Saturday, December 9, 2023

Tag: corporate coverage of uprisings

Activist voices missing from corporate coverage of uprisings

Establishment media overwhelmingly turned to columnists, pundits and government officials for interpretation of the uprisings—rather than to the activists facing tear gas on the frontlines.

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Sanders votes no on Israel aid: advocating for conditional assistance amid Gaza conflict

Senator Bernie Sanders casts a solitary vote against a major foreign aid bill, challenging military support for Israel's government and highlighting the humanitarian crisis in Gaza.

US media’s complicity in ignoring Gaza’s plight: a critical examination of systematic bias

Analyzing the evasion of ethical journalism in the face of Gaza's humanitarian crisis.

Lawsuit challenges Trump’s eligibility for Oregon ballot citing 14th Amendment insurrection clause

Non-profit Free Speech for People files legal challenge, arguing Trump violated the 14th amendment and should be barred from the Oregon ballot

Historic ruling in Wisconsin: a beacon of hope for abortion rights advocates

Wisconsin judge's ruling against 1849 anti-abortion statute marks a pivotal moment in state's reproductive rights debate.