On Good Guys And Bad Guys

By Robert Jensen, commondreams.org -

By Robert Jensen for Common Dreams - I am not as abusive as Harvey Weinstein, nor as narcissistic as Bill O’Reilly. I’m more respectful to women than Donald Trump, and not as sleazy as Anthony [...]

Online Censorship, Learned Patriarchy & No NAFTA 2

By Eleanor Goldfield, www.occupy.com -

By Eleanor Goldfield for Occupy - This week on Act Out!, can you see me from your digital filter bubble? The scary thing is you probably don't even realize that everything you see online is, in [...]

Black Women Work 7 months In 2017 Equal Pay Of White Men In 2016

By Staff, www.epi.org -

By Staff for Economic Policy Institute. July 31st is Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, the day that marks how long into 2017 an African American woman would have to work in order to be paid the same [...]

Flood The System Organizing Booklet – Movement Momentum

By Flood The System, www.floodthesystem.net -

By Flood The System - We envision Flood the System as a step towards building the DNA of a robust movement that has the collective power to challenge global capitalism, racism, patriarchy, and [...]

Democracy Only For Rich White Guys: Explaining America’s Inequalities

By Sean McElwee, www.salon.com -

By Sean McElwee in Salon - More than a century ago, German scholar Werner Sombart published a book entitled ”Warum gibt es in den Vereinigten Staaten keinen Sozialismus?” or, “Why Is There No [...]

National Plutocrat Radio: Corporate 1%’s Dominate NPR’s Boards

By Aldo Guerrero, www.fair.org -

For a public radio service, NPR is notoriously known for its lack of diversity within its staff, audience and guests invited onto their shows—problems that NPR has itself acknowledged [...]

LGBT Immigrant Rights Protesters Arrested Near White House

By Dhyana Taylor and Jacob Kerr, www.huffingtonpost.com -

By Dhyana Taylor and Jacob Kerr In Huffington Post - Six LGBT immigrant rights activists were arrested Tuesday after blocking a street near the White House to protest the Obama administration's [...]

Why I Let My Son Wear A Dress

By Frida Berrigan, www.wagingnonviolence.org -

Research shows that a strict gender education for girls and boys starts at birth. Terrence Real, a family therapist and author of “I Don’t Want to Talk About It: Overcoming the Secret Legacy of [...]

Former B’more Police Officer Comes Clean About Brutality

By Michael McLaughlin, www.huffingtonpost.com -

By Michael McLaughlin in Huffington Post - A former Baltimore police sergeant took to Twitter Wednesday to air a stunning list of acts he said he participated in and witnessed during his 11 years [...]

Police Criminals & The Brutalization Of Black Girls

By Sikivu Hutchinson, www.thefeministwire.com -

By Sikivu Hutchinson in The Feminist Wire - The videotaped assault and sexual harassment of 14 year-old Dajerria Becton by a rampaging white police officer after a pool party in McKinney, Texas [...]

Flipping The Script: Rethinking Working-Class Resistance

By Henry A. Giroux, www.truth-out.org -

By Henry A. Giroux in Truthout - I then realized that I had to flip the script to survive and became acutely aware that the alleged strengths of ruling-class types, such as their, cold, [...]

A Review Of Hilary Klein’s Compañeras: Zapatista Women’s Stories

By Charlotte Maria Sáenz, www.otherworldsarepossible.org -

Volumes have been written about the Mayan indigenous Zapatista social movement of Chiapas, Mexico since they made their first public appearance on January 1, 1994. There have been detailed [...]

Arizona Protesters Organize Against Border Patrol Checkpoints

By Ashoko Jegroo, www.wagingnonviolence.org -

Protesters from a small Arizona town staged a demonstration at a nearby border checkpoint early on May 27 to express their opposition to its presence as well as the discriminatory and racist [...]

#SayHerName Project Explained

By Jenée Desmond-Harris, www.vox.com -

On May 20, the African American Policy Forum released a report titled "Say Her Name: Resisting Police Brutality Against Black Women," to draw attention to the victimization of African-American [...]

Ugandan Peasant Grandmother Terrifies Her President

By Phil Wilmot, www.wagingnonviolence.org -

Keromela Anek tossed her naked body back and forth in the roadway, blocking a government convoy in the remote village of Apaa, Uganda. Lands Minister Daudi Migereko and Minister of Internal [...]

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