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Dear Men,


You’re special and you must understand it about yourself. Men who are ignorant of who they are go about looking for one girl to have fun with after another, they feel that is what proves their smartness. 1,528 more words


Two Transgressors: Milo Yiannopoulos and Yuja Wang

by David P. Goldman (Asia Times)  |  Feb 15, 2017

Does a comparison of the virtuoso pianist with the right-wing celebrity blogger explain why we are living in the last days of the West? 1,556 more words


Black Reconstruction and the Paris Commune: Two Momentous Revolutions

by Jeff Sorel  |  Feb 15, 2017

Black History Month brings back to life long-buried struggles of African-American people for liberation and justice. One of the most stirring such struggles took place a century-and-a-half ago during Reconstruction, when a revolutionary upsurge in the 1870s led to formerly enslaved people winning political power throughout the U.S. 1,156 more words

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A Brief History of International Antifascism

by Alexander Reid Ross | Feb 14, 2017

Fascism, as we know it today, came amid the sweeping nationalism accompanying World War I. Numerous leftists shifting from left to right ported their watchwords of solidarity and insurrection over to militant formations designed to destroy the left and seize power. 3,545 more words


Berkeley Behind the Bandana

Anonymous Contributor  |  Feb 14, 2017

In the glare of the fire and in the throngs of protesters I see a friend and former professor of mine I haven’t seen in a while. 1,442 more words


Defend Planned Parenthood!

By Candice Yanez  |  Feb 13, 2017

Since its inception, Planned Parent has struggled to survive.

In 1916, only nine days after being founded, a police raid shut down the first Planned Parenthood. 535 more words

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new music: Wiscon

“My First Day,” Wiscon

Here’s an edgy song with garage rock fervency and potent vocals from pop-punk Seattle band Wiscon to add to your anti-Trump inauguration day playlist. 34 more words