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A Teacher's Perspective: Does History Truly Repeat Itself?

By Luz Mosquera

Over the years history has changed in several ways. As new generations rise, some conflicts burn out while others are still fervently present. 589 more words


Across The Land

Great Leader’s call is echoing all across the land,
True patriots are singing, “Make us great again!”
Return us to the glory of our yesteryear… 475 more words


"The strength and power of despotism consists wholly in the fear of resistance"*...

Interference Archive was founded in 2011 by Kevin Caplicki, Molly Fair, Dara Greenwald, and Josh MacPhee. Our initial collection grew out of the personal accumulation of Dara and Josh… through their involvement in social movements, DIY and punk, and political art projects over the past 25 years…

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The thirteenth amendment to the United States Constitution abolished slavery and involuntary servitude – except as punishment for a crime. The stirring documentary 13th explores how, since the abolition, crime enforcement has perpetuated a link to modern day slavery and social inequity. 95 more words


The Last Four Movies

We’ve seen four movies in five days to cap off our annual Oscar whirl. I already posted about the terrific animated film, ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ 1,021 more words

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13th (Review) – Informative and Powerful

13th is a documentary directed by Ava DuVernay and the primary focus of this documentary is on race in the United States criminal justice system. The title of this documentary comes from the… 415 more words