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The DNC Protests You Didn’t See on TV

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The DNC Protests You Didn’t See on TV: Sanders Delegates Chant and Walk Out on Clinton Speech

Democracy Now! on Jul 29, 2016… 426 more words


Facebook is a Platform for Low Information Garbage, Racism & Hate: Why I Left.

Facebook doesn’t want to be the platform for intelligent discourse, and that’s exactly why I left it.

I first started using the platform in college, when Facebook was only availble to those with a college email. 1,191 more words

Think-Pieces & Cultural Criticism

Capitalism: As a System of Punishment

We are taught that capitalism rewards innovative individuals. Neoliberal social institutions throughout the United States, especially the media, embody and decree messages that shout, “Hard work and dedication will allow… 627 more words

Thoughts And Perspectives

Dear Canadian media: Your racism is showing

Mainstream news media and social media are in near-unanimous agreement. After nine years of a Conservative government with limited popular support, we now have a prime minister who cries for the Indigenous Peoples of this land and dances in support of the LGBTQ+ community. 40 more words

Canada will never end racism unless it dispels these three national myths first

In this respect, the new Anti-Racism Directorate aims to tackle systemic racism at a broad level through policy, research, public awareness and community collaboration. However, the Directorate’s work, and in effect its very existence, will always be resisted and threatened by some unless common underlying myths about racism are first addressed in the public sphere. 8 more words

Michael Eric Dyson: 'Steve King & Bill O’Reilly Are Reproducing The Pathology Of White Supremacy'

The evidence of White supremacy mentality at the Republican National Convention – amplified by coded speeches that demonized immigrants, Muslims, the Black Lives Matter movement, and topped off with  422 more words


Dallas, Baton Rouge, and the New Level of Resistance

by Yusef Imhotep

Dallas and Baton Rouge mark a new moment in the re-emerging Black Liberation movement, even if many activists aren’t ready to call what’s happening in the streets by that moniker.  2,237 more words