The macabre case of missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi raises the question: did Saudi rulers fear him revealing highly damaging information on their secret dealings? 1,410 more words
Imperialism has had an incredibly powerful impact on both the creation of the United States and the development of its power and authority.
As defined by the OED, imperialism is a way for various countries and empires to establish their power over other countries, including their lands and people. 656 more words
Sobukwe Shukura, A-APRP Central Committee
- Political Critique of the recently concluded PAT conference in Winneba, Ghana
The Pan-Africanism Today (PAT) conference distinguished itself from the right opportunism of 7th PAC (hosted by the neo-colonialist forces in Uganda) and 8th PAC that made no ideological commitment to socialism or mass organizations like workers, women or youth. 1,140 more words
October is Women’s History Month in Canada and we wish you a thoughtful one! As we celebrate the stories and struggles of women here and in the Philippines, we should also reflect on these histories in the context of the occupation and colonization of the unceded lands of so-called “Canada”. 452 more words
Any readers familiar with the social media giant, Facebook, will be aware of the confusing and partisan practices that the corporation employs in policing its platform. 301 more words