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VIDEO: “I’m not a criminal; I came here to make a change” A symphony for Trayvon Martin
 
VIDEO: “I’m not a criminal; I came here to make a change”

VIDEO: “I’m not a criminal; I came here to make a change”

An undocumented college student discusses his life shaped by being undocumented in the United States since his childhood and deferred action for childhood arrivals.

VIDEO: “I’m not a criminal; I came here to make a change”
A symphony for Trayvon Martin

A symphony for Trayvon Martin

"Where a black person is killed by a cop or vigilante every 28 hours, where more black men are in prisons today than were enslaved just before the Civil War, where drones come home to rest after bombing people of color all across the world in the service of U.S. imperialism, you are either for white supremacy or against it."

A symphony for Trayvon Martin
Open Communiqué by Migs (Mark Neiweem)

Open Communiqué by Migs (Mark Neiweem)

02 July 2013

A prisoner from the NATO 5 presents an update, and explains why he took a non-cooperating plea.

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The Turkish Uprising: First-hand Experiences from an American Photographer

The Turkish Uprising: First-hand Experiences from an American Photographer

27 June 2013

Photos and writing from photographer Jenna Pope's experience at the ongoing protests in Istanbul.

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The Abandoned Park

The Abandoned Park

26 June 2013

A student reflects on how a park remembered for its activism has become a place abandoned by apathy. "A flowering garden of youth, of energy, of will, and yet when one questions the politics, the student clubs, groups and activities, the movements, one is met with silence."

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Report from Brasil: a Wild Swing to the Right

Report from Brasil: a Wild Swing to the Right

24 June 2013

After weeks of protesting and manifestations, the media narrative takes a swing to the right.

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The People Woke Up

The People Woke Up

23 June 2013

"Brasil finally remembered how to riot, and the powers that be are a little afraid. the social contract has been broken."

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VIDEO: Vem Pra Rua! Stories from the streets of Brasil

VIDEO: Vem Pra Rua! Stories from the streets of Brasil

21 June 2013

On June 20th 2013, 1 million people filled the streets of Sao Paulo. These are a few of their stories. The revolution will not be televised, help us #changethenarrative.

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VIDEO: What’s a City Indian?

21 June 2013

Examining the differences and division between city Indians and reservation Indians and why that cleavage is detrimental to Native Americans.

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PHOTOS: Istanbul portrayed by Michele Sibiloni

PHOTOS: Istanbul portrayed by Michele Sibiloni

20 June 2013

Michele Sibiloni's photos from the ongoing protests and occupation of Taksim Square in Istanbul.

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How to get sued by the Chamber of Commerce and influence people

How to get sued by the Chamber of Commerce and influence people

20 June 2013

Getting sued by a majorly cashed-up corporate lobbying group is probably not a great idea. But sometimes it can work out in your favor. Just ask the Yes Men.

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Fault Line of Istanbul – Insurrection Notes from Taksim

Fault Line of Istanbul – Insurrection Notes from Taksim

20 June 2013

A "behind the barricades" checklist of all that has gone on in the Taksim Square protests and occupation.

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