Here are a bunch of the feature articles I’ve written over the past few months.
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by Bill Lockwood
Make no mistake. Marxism is on the move. As reported by NPR News, protests against Donald Trump’s election are erupting across the country. 722 more words
Ayers reflects on his experience as one of the co-founders of the
John Jacobs (l) and Terry Robbins (r) at the Days of Rage, Chicago, October 1969. 133 more words
Weather Underground, a communist revolutionary group
from the late 1960s.
Even before I knew about his connections with the Weather Underground and Obama, Ayers was one of my heroes. He came to my school during my second year of teaching to talk with the teachers, and I was just riveted. 150 more words
We have another incredible show for you to start the week! On tonight’s episode of The Download, we preview Wednesday’s third and final presidential debate with political analysts Chris Robling and Dave Lundy, Doug Plank tells us if we should give up on the Bears this season, architecture critic Lee Bey talks about the 25th anniversary of the Harold Washington Library, social justice activists Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn discuss their careers of giving a voice to the voiceless and since it’s Monday we end the show with some amazing live music in Studio 435 courtesy of the magnificent The Flat Five! 44 more words
Social justice activists Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn join Justin at The Big Table to talk about a wide array of topics including the current presidential race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, voter suppression, money in politics, the importance of activism and standing up to government, the similarity between protest movements in the 60’s to the protest movements today, the Black Lives Matter movement, the Colin Kaepernick controversy, the United States’ permanent state of war, education, gay rights, healthcare and Bill’s latest book, “ 50 more words