The People’s State Of The Nation At The End Of Duterte’s Presidency

By Bayan Canada, Canadian Dimension. -

On July 26, President Rodrigo Duterte delivered his sixth and final State of the Nation Address (SONA) before the 2022 general election. The SONA is an annual government tradition and [...]

The End Game

By Scott Ludlam, The Monthly. -

A crush of TV news crews and demonstrators with placards are packed into the street outside Westminster Magistrates’ Court. It’s just before 11 on the morning of January 4, 2021; face masks [...]

Actions Demand NY Close Groups Backing Settler Genocide In Palestine

By Liberation News. -

In the morning they picketed the Long Island home of Justin “Yaacov” Fauci, who moved from New York to invade and steal Palestinian lands including the Al-Kurd family home. He became notorious in [...]

‘Block The Boat’ Hits New Jersey

By Michael Arria, Mondoweiss. -

Last weekend activists activists held an action at a port in Elizabeth, New Jersey, attempting to block an Israeli-operated cargo ship from unloading. The Haifa-based shipping company ZIM has [...]

How A Swimming Pool Became Puerto Rico’s Symbol Of Climate Change And Corruption

By Ángel Carrión, Global Voices. -

A coastal town like Rincón, located on the westernmost tip of the main island of Puerto Rico, is undeniably vulnerable to climate change and biodiversity loss. That is why, over the course of [...]

New Yorkers Say They’ve Been Ignored In Stop-And-Frisk Fight

By Michael R. Sisak, Associated Press. -

Eight years after a judge ruled New York City police violated the constitution by stopping, questioning and frisking mostly Black and Hispanic people on the street en masse, people in communities [...]

Memo To Biden Administration: Less Talk, More Action

By Kolby KickingWoman, Indian Country Today. -

The climate change crisis and missing and murdered Indigenous epidemic are inextricably linked, with added negative impact from extractive industries. On top of that, the federal government has [...]

How Ben & Jerry’s Exposed Israel’s Anti-BDS Strategy

By Ramzy Baroud, Mondoweiss. -

For years, the Israeli government has viewed the boycott movement as a real, tangible threat. Some Israeli officials went as far as perceiving the ‘delegitimization’ resulting from the boycott [...]

Climate Campaigners Hold ‘Tug-Of-War’ In Front Of Leinster House

By Kayle Crosson and Sam Starkey, Green News. -

Protesters gathered before the Dail today and staged a “tug-of-war” to highlight fracked gas imports and the climate implications of data centres. Members of Extinction Rebellion Ireland dressed [...]

The System’s Revenge

By Craig Murray Justice, Wings Over Scotland. -

Legal precedent will be set tomorrow as Craig Murray will be the first person to be imprisoned on the charge of jigsaw identification in the UK, and indeed in the entire world. Scotland’s second [...]

City Hall Protest Over NYC Homeless Relocations Leads To 11 Arrests

By Dean Moses, Am New York. -

Housing advocates dubbed de Blasio a broken record for his repetitive phrases such as a “Recovery for all” and references to New York’s bright future, which they say ostracizes the homeless [...]

Striking Coal Miners Return To New York To Picket Investor

By Steve Wishnia, Labor Press. -

The miners who dig black rocks from beneath the soil of Alabama returned to New York July 28 to protest outside the steel-clad offices of BlackRock Fund Advisors on East 52nd Street. The [...]

Striking Miners In Alabama

By Luis Feliz Leon, The American Prospect. -

Miners at Warrior Met Coal in Alabama have been on strike for almost five months, struggling to reverse concessions in pay, health care, and safety. Strikers brought their picket lines from the [...]

Activists Challenge Subsidies For Weapons Maker

By Taylor Barnes, World Beyond War. -

On a warm Saturday morning in May, a group of demonstrators gathered in a public square in Asheville, North Carolina, for the kind of protest lawmakers don’t usually foresee when they haggle for [...]