A Demonstrator’s Guide To Understanding Riot Munitions

By Crime Thinc. -

This article offers an overview of less-lethal projectiles—both chemical weapons and impact munitions. The police themselves don’t bother distinguishing the two. We’ll cover chemical weapons like [...]

I Entered My Country’s House Of Justice And Found A Snake Charmer’s Temple

By Vijay Prashad, Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research. -

On a Sunday night on 21 March 2021, gunmen stopped Juan Carlos Cerros Escalante (age 41) as he walked from this mother’s home to his own in the village of Nueva Granada near San Antonio de Cortés [...]

Lokman Slim’s War

By Rania Khalek, The Grayzone. -

On February 4, a Lebanese employee of foreign embassies and NGOs was murdered in the southern Lebanese village of Addousiyeh. Few Lebanese people had heard of the 58-year-old socialite who had [...]

After Election, Israel Turns Attention To De-Arabization Of The Zionist State

By Miko Peled, Mintpress News. -

Jerusalem - As these words are being typed, The Holy Month of Ramadan is about to begin and I want to begin by wishing my Muslim brothers and sisters, friends, and all Muslims around the world [...]

Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal Tries State Terrorism In Colombia

By Telesur English. -

The Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (PPT), which was established as a continuation of the Russell Tribunals on Vietnam and Latin America, began on Friday hearings to address violence in [...]

A Day In The Life Of Fighting Dictatorship And Neocolonialism

By Danny Shaw, Haiti Liberte. -

The day begins the night before. The cadre of hope dodge sleep and the police. Under the cover of night and the ancestors, they spray-paint the walls of Port-au-Prince to encourage communities to [...]

The Radical Practicality Of Community Control Over Policing

By Pan African Community Action, Black Agenda Report. -

In response to the persistent problem of state-sponsored violence against working class Black communities and the futility of police reforms, the contemporary calls for community control over [...]

Capitalism And Political Violence At Home And Abroad

By Robert Urie, Counterpunch. -

Question: why do both conservative and liberal governments in the U.S. install right-wing governments abroad if ‘the U.S.’ opposes right-wing political violence? While right and left politics may [...]

Honduras: Solidarity Needed As More Activists Are Killed

By Christine Blower, Labour Outlook. -

Two Indigenous activists were murdered in Honduras during December in less than a week, confirming the country as amongst the deadliest in the world for those opposing land grabs and [...]

Border Patrol Policies Kill Hundreds Of Migrants Each Year

By Tina Vásquez, Prism. -

Each year, untold numbers of migrants disappear in the borderlands after being pushed into dangerous and remote terrain by Border Patrol, the same agency that is then tasked with responding to [...]

As Farmers Expand Their Agitation, Indian Government Intensifies Repression

By Wasantha Rupasinghe, WSWS. -

Pushed on the back foot by the popular support for the farmers’ agitation against its pro-agribusiness farm laws, India’s right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government is systematically [...]

Haiti: ‘No To Dictatorship’

By Aaron Maté, Pushback. -

Haitian president Jovenel Moïse has cracked down on a wave of popular protest as he tries to cling to power. While tens of thousands of Haitians have taken to the streets in the face of [...]

Crisis In Buenaventura

By Maya Hernandez, Alliance for Global Justice. -

Buenaventura is the main port for Colombian foreign trade and the second largest city in the prosperous state of Valle del Cauca. Historically, the territory has been inhabited by [...]

Israel’s Arrest Campaign Aims To Destroy A New Palestinian Movement

By Majd Kayyal, Middle East Eye. -

Since late 2019, Israeli forces have been waging a campaign of mass arrests, targeting hundreds of young women and men in Palestine. They have been brutally arrested, their homes stormed at dawn, [...]

Protests Demanding Resignation Of Haitian President Intensify

By People's Dispatch. -

In response to protests, Moïse’s government has cracked down on opposition, arresting several leaders and unleashing violent repression on protesters in the streets. Protests in Haiti, which [...]