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Prisoners Fighting Fires Saving Lives Denied Justice

By Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan on September 13, 2018

Evidence of global climate disruption blankets the Earth, pummeling communities with the full arsenal of nature’s fury, from hurricanes, tornadoes, (more…)

We Can No Longer Afford A Fossil Fuel Economy

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers on September 10,2018

Over 30,000 march in San Francisco, Photo: Peoples Climate Movement

The Global #RiseForClimate actions are just one example of many that the climate justice movement is building the power needed to transform the economy and put in place policies to confront climate change.  (more…)

Rebellion in the Backyard

By Pedro Martínez Pírez on September 10, 2018

From Cuba, the first country in the Americas to recognize the People’s Republic of China, I express as a journalist my opposition to the pressure the Empire is now putting on the governments of three neighboring nations that decided to break off their diplomatic relations with Taiwan and establish links with popular China. (more…)

The State Department and the Flying Pig Theory

By Sergio Alejandro Gómez on September 6, 2018

If you want to explain why pigs fly, first you have to see one flying.  At least that is the premise among scientists who do not allow themselves to be carried away by exotic and speculative theories. (more…)

Massive Prisoners’ Strike in US Continues Amid Bids to Suppress it

By Pavan Kulkarni on September 1, 2018

The prisoners’ strike launched in the US on August 21 might have expanded beyond the 17 States where the action was originally planned. This was revealed by Amani Sawari, a member of Jailhouse Lawyers Speak (JLS) (more…)

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