Sunday, April 21, 2024

Tag: hate

The art of selling and repudiating hate in America

Conscientious objection to racism, antisemitism, misogyny, Islamophobia, trans and homo-phobia takes far more than sanctimonious condemnations for political point scoring.

Why racism is so hard to define and even harder to...

Race is mobile and ever-changing. But ultimately, it serves to maintain white supremacy, at both a local and global level.

Hate fueled by Trump

"We, indeed, all know who is fueling the hate – and we must say it."

Hate unbound

Politicians and media moguls have long understood that fear and hate sell better than hope and compassion, no matter how much we might wish it otherwise.

America’s midterm elections turn menacing

With the approach of crucial congressional and state elections, no one should be surprised that domestic terrorism has emerged from the ranks of President Donald Trump's hyper-partisan supporters. In fact, given Trump’s pattern of incitement, many have warned that some of his followers would resort to violence.

Profit, not free speech, governs media companies’ decisions on controversy

Government rules and regulations do little to limit what television shows, films, music albums, video games and social media content are available to the public.

Mother of Heather Heyer, killed 1 year ago: Everyone needs to...

We speak with Heyer’s mother Susan Bro about Heather Heyer’s legacy and what activists can do to combat racism.

None of this is normal. All of it is Un-American.

Hate crimes after Donald Trump’s election and his appointment of Steve Bannon to the White House aren’t the way to bring America back together.

Careful what you wish for

Trump won’t be able to reign in the hate he unleashed on America.

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The Fourth Amendment is Not for Sale Act and the battle against government spying

The FANFSA, passed with a 219-199 vote, garnered support from both sides of the aisle, with 96 Democrats and 123 Republicans backing the bill.

20 percent of common produce carry unhealthy levels of pesticides new report says

Of the 59 common produce items evaluated, popular produce like strawberries, green beans and potatoes posed the highest risks.

Progressive International unveils database exposing global right-wing network threatening democracies

This database, which results from a year of meticulous research, exposes the mechanisms through which these forces erode democratic norms and foster geopolitical instability.

US diplomacy thwarts Palestinian UN membership amid claims of supporting statehood leaked cable shows

This diplomatic maneuvering seeks to avoid a U.S. veto, which would publicly align the country against Palestinian self-determination.

GOP attorneys general petition against EPA’s use of civil rights law for environmental justice

The petition, if successful, could have dire consequences for communities living near industrial sites.