Students Can Name Columbus, But Have Never Heard Of The Taíno People

By Bill Bigelow, The Zinn Education Project -

Before Enslaving and Slaughtering Them, Columbus wrote: "The Taíno people are 'the best people in the world, and beyond all the mildest… a people so full of love and without greed… They love [...]

Poor People On A Poor Planet

By Tiny aka Lisa Gray Garcia, Poor Magazine. -

i can’t exactly describe the sound of an aluminum walker being crushed by a Dept of Public Works (DPW) truck - but its a special sound of material violence unlike any other- with each crunch-clap [...]

80 Arrested In Protests For Occupied West Papua Independence

By Free West Papua. -

West Papua - Arrests took place on September 3 as people around the country gathered to hold peaceful rallies to support the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) meeting, which is currently underway on [...]

500 Years Is long enough! Human Depravity In The Congo

By Robert J. Burrowes, Popular Resistance -

I would like to tell you something about human depravity and illustrate just how widespread it is among those we often regard as ‘responsible’. I am going to use the Democratic Republic of the [...]

The Thanksgiving Myth Hides The Original Sin

By Cliff DuRand, www.globaljusticecenter.org -

By Cliff DuRand for the Center for Global Justice. As the founding myth of our nation, Thanksgiving conceals from view the ambiguous legacy of the country. Barack Obama has called slavery our [...]

Free West Papua Political Prisoners Campaign Team

By Amy Frazier, www.popularresistance.org -

By Amy Frazier. Arlington, VA - The Free West Papua Political Prisoners Campaign Team is a team of nonviolent activists at George Mason University and the surrounding areas led by Herman [...]

West Papua’s Fight For Self Determination

By Staff, www.wpan.wordpress.com -

By West Papua Action Network. Indonesia came to absorb the region known as West Papua in 1969 following the withdrawal of the Dutch colonial administration. This occupation resulted in a [...]

A Colonized Ally Meets A Decolonized Ally

By Lynn Gehl, www.lynngehl.com -

1. A colonized ally stands in the front. A decolonized ally stands behind. 2. A colonized ally stands behind an oppressive patriarchy. A decolonized ally stands behind women and [...]

NEW VIDEO: Justice For Aboriginals – It’s Time

By Staff, www.indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com -

Why don’t you people just get over it? Well, umm…. Hello? That’s the gist of this video put together by Canada’s largest labor union, the Public Service Alliance of Canada, which celebrated [...]