Trial Of First Freddie Grey Officer Begins, Protesters Return

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By Kevin Zeese for Popular Resistance. On Monday, November 30th, the trial of William G. Porter the first Baltimore police officer in the Freddie Grey killing began with jury selection. The [...]

Sierra Leone Villagers Sue Mining Company In London High Court

By Lisa O'Carroll, -

By Lisa O'Carroll for The Guardian - An iron ore firm once listed in London is being sued in a multimillion pound lawsuit over evictions and alleged violent treatment of workers and villagers [...]

War On Terror Is War On Youth: Paris And Impoverishment Of Future

By Henry A. Giroux and Brad Evans, -

By Henry A. Giroux and Brad Evans for Truthout - There is a revealing similarity between the attacks on September 11, 2001 – when airplanes were flown into the twin towers, killing thousands of [...]

Israel Coordinate Google Censorship Of Palestinian Videos Of Conflict

By Saed Bannoura, -

By Saed Bannoura for Alternet - Israeli daily Maariv said Hotovely will be working with Google and YouTube officials in a joint mechanism that will be in charge of “monitoring and preventing” any [...]

No Art Left Behind

By Susan Dufresne and Anthony Cody, -

By Susan Dufresne and Anthony Cody for Living in Dialogue - In the past 13 years of No Child Left Behind and Race to the Top test-driven education policies, art has been pushed to the margins in [...]

5,000 March In Madrid Anti-War Protests As France Lobbies Spain

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By Staff of The Local, Some 5,000 people protested in Madrid on Saturday, wary that joining France in attacks on ISIS strongholds in Syria would once again make the country a target for [...]

COP21: 100 People Held In Paris Amid Climate Protest Violence

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By Staff of Reuters - About 100 people have been detained after a major protest in Paris seeking a global climate deal turned violent, Paris’s police chief said. Michel Cadot told reporters that [...]

It’s #TimeToChoose Climate-Friendly Food

By Michael Pollan, -

By Michael Pollan for The Huffington Post - When the international climate negotiators assembling in Paris next week sit down for dinner, they might reflect on the climate impact of their meal. [...]

Chemicals Used In Fracking: Industry Discloses Less And Less

By Lisa Song, -

By Lisa Song for InsideClimate News - Since 2013, energy companies that report their hydraulic fracturing chemicals to the FracFocus website have become less forthcoming, increasingly citing the [...]

The Climate Games: Preparations Over, Games Ready To Begin!

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By Staff of Paris Climate Justice - As you may know from reading our response to the attacks in Paris, we have decided to continue the Climate Games in this city where the COP21 is taking place, [...]

Solidarity With COP21 Protests, Hundreds At White House

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By John Zangas for DC Media Group - Washington, DC – Several hundred people allied with environmental organizations rallied at the White House on Sunday, November 30 to show their solidarity with [...]

How Walmart Keeps An Eye On Its Massive Workforce

By Susan Berfield, -

By Susan Berfield for Bloomberg Businessweek - In the autumn of 2012, when Walmart first heard about the possibility of a strike on Black Friday, executives mobilized with the efficiency that [...]

Report From International Week Of Action Against Militarisation Of Youth

By Semih, -

By Semih for Countering the Militarisation of Youth - The 2nd International Week of Action Against the Militarisation of Youth was held between 14-20 November with many activists taking actions [...]

Swedish Fascists Burn Homes, Blame Crisis On Refugees

By Rory Smith, -

By Rory Smith for ROAR Magazine - These are just two examples of the several thousand remarks left by Sweden Democrats’ online following the most recent case of arson; an incident that left a [...]

Renewed Pardon Hopes For Jailed Saudi Blogger Badawi

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By Staff of MEE - The wife of jailed Saudi blogger Raif Badawi expressed renewed hope on Saturday that her husband might soon be pardoned after a senior Swiss official said such a move was in the [...]