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Week of mobilization to stop corporate crimes and impunity

Global Campaign Dismantle Corporate Power and Stop Impunity
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Warehousing Immigrants

Thousands of immigrants are locked up in a shadow private prison system as a result of the criminalization of immigration over the past decade, according to a recent report by the American Civil Liberties Union.
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Venezuelan Central Bank Director Eudomar Tovar on Hedge Funds and Latin American Sovereignty

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The Promises and Limitations of Revolutionary Change in Bolivia

Linda Farthing and Benjamin Kohl recount in their new book on contemporary Bolivia the story of a rural community that voted almost in its entirety for president Evo Morales but complained that subsequently nothing had changed. Yes, a community member acknowledged, they now had a road, a clinic, a school, electricity, and cell phone coverage. But visa restrictions meant that fewer tourists arrived than before Morales took office, which reduced their income from the sale of weavings.
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No Exit from Gaza- A New War Crime?

As the hideous Israeli assault on Gaza, named Operation Protective Edge, by the IDF enters its second week, overdue international appeals for a ceasefire fall on deaf ears. The short lived July 15th ceasefire arranged by Sisi Continue reading

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New York City Railroad Workers & Future of American Labor

Jack Rasmus invites guest, Chris Silvera, Secretary-Treasurer of Teamsters Local 808 in New York City, to discuss the current struggle of New York City Continue reading

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Marinaleda – The Village Where People Come Before Profit

In the south of Spain, the street is the collective living room. Vibrant sidewalk cafes are interspersed between configurations of two to five lawn chairs where neighbours come together to chat over the day Continue reading

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Low-Wage Struggles in UK

On July 10, 2014, hundreds of thousands of public sector workers across the United Kingdom Continue reading

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Israel’s Media Strategy: What Lies Beneath

Do you wonder why there are many questions left unanswered regarding the Israeli escalation in Gaza? Why the questions are so meek, the responses so murky, the phrases come in cliches and soundbites you Continue reading

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Is It Time To Boycott The USA?

New York, New York: Recently, the esteemed intellectual and activist, Noam Chomsky surprised some of his supporters by questioning the impact of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement aimed at boycotting Israel to challenge its apartheid-like policies towards Palestinians.
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