Over 215 Injuries Among Palestinian Worshipers At Al-Aqsa Mosque

By Quds News Network. -

Occupied Jerusalem - The Red Crescent said that the number of injuries among Palestinian worshipers at Al-Aqsa Mosque has increased to reach more than 215, including 135 cases that were [...]

Navajo Nation: Missing And Murdered Indigenous Peoples Awareness Day

By Native News Online. -

Window Rock, AZ - Honoring and remembering missing and murdered Indigenous persons on the Navajo Nation, Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer signed a proclamation [...]

Advocates Welcome DOJ Hate Crimes Charges In Ahmaud Arbery Killing

By Brett Wilkins, Commondreams. -

Racial justice advocates welcomed Wednesday's announcement by the U.S. Department of Justice that three men imprisoned in Georgia on murder and other charges in connection with the death of [...]

Gun Violence Starts At The Top

By Margaret Kimberley, Black Agenda Report. -

Mass shootings happen with appalling regularity in the United States. It is bad enough that recent shootings took place in Atlanta, Boulder, and Indianapolis, but the horror is always followed by [...]

Pandemic Discrimination Against Asian Americans Has Long Roots

By Saurav Sarkar, Labor Notes. -

“I have pepper spray and I hold it every time I’m alone right now in case I see someone that is really frightening,” said New York City teacher Annie Tan, who is Chinese American. By February [...]

Israel Settler Violence Against Palestinians Rising Drastically

By Middle East Monitor. -

UN human rights experts have warned that violent attacks against Palestinian civilians in the occupied West Bank, including physical assaults and property demolitions carried out by Israeli [...]

Colombia: Over 3,600 Indigenous Rights Violations In The First Months Of 2021

By Ellys Segura, Diaspora Tribune. -

The recent upsurge in state and right-wing violence has left all of Colombia reeling, but Indigenous communities have been particularly affected by it. This is evident from recent data published [...]

The Answer To Anti-Asian Racism Is Not More Policing

By Kayla Hui, Black Agenda Report. -

This past year of the pandemic has seen a horrifying uptick in anti-Asian violence and hate crimes in the U.S., many targeting the elderly. From Vicha Ratanapakdee, an 84-year old Thai man who [...]

On Contact: Deep American Roots Of The Atlanta Shootings

By Chris Hedges, RT. -

On the show this week, Chris Hedges discusses with journalist and writer May Jeong the deep American roots of the Atlanta shootings. May Jeong’s op-ed, ‘The Deep American Roots of the Atlanta [...]

New Study: Asian Americans Attacked And Shunned During Pandemic

By Anh Do, LA Times. -

Since coronavirus shutdowns began last March, thousands of Asian Americans have faced racist verbal and physical attacks or have been shunned by others, according to a study released [...]

A Community-Centered Response To Violence Against Asian Americans

By Organizing Upgrade. -

On March 16, eight people were killed at three different spas in North Georgia including six Asian women. We are heartbroken by these murders, which come at a time when Asian American communities [...]

Right-Wing Blames US Capitol Riot On Notorious Instigator

By Max Blumenthal, The Grayzone. -

The most dramatic footage to emerge from the far-right storming of the US Capitol on January 6 depicted the lethal shooting of Ashli Babbit, a pro-Trump activist and military veteran, by a [...]

America Condemns One Violent Mob While Celebrating Another

By Lee Camp, ScheerPost.com. -

Most rational Americans have correctly criticized and denounced the violent insurrection in the Capitol last week. Those moments of attack by a racist, disgusting mob have not lacked for [...]

Capitol Incident A Dress Rehearsal

By Joe Lauria, Consortium News. -

With the normalization of mass shootings in the United States it is more than understandable that members of Congress feared for their lives when they learned protestors had forced their way into [...]