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The Black Jacobins, Education and Redemption by Russell Maroon Shoatz | Moorbey’z Blog The ruling elites of societies use prisons both to punish those they label as law-breakers and at the same time to terrorize those “free” members of society…

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“Unintended Consequences of Military Intervention”: Roots of Mali, Algeria Crisis Tied to Libya War I think it is actually emboldening even more extremists. But we have to understand that they are–the extremists are multiplying, with a lot of different rationales….

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Repolitizing Pride — a queer feminist revolution tags: pride LGBTI+Africa Johannesburg PinkWashing Movements JOBURG PRIDE MARRED BY SCUFFLES | Mambaonline.comThe group of activists, from the 1 in 9 campaign, ran out from behind the Goodman Gallery building and set up an impromptu blockade. A number…

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IPS — Book Exposes Violent Role of Paramilitaries in Haiti | Inter Press Service Haiti’s brutal army was disbanded in 1995, yet armed and uniformed paramilitaries, with no government affiliation, occupy former army bases today. President Michel Martelly, who has…

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What is Settler Colonialism? It is tourism in Jerusalem, yachts at the edge of Round Rock beach on Lake Superior, the confidence of national holidays being celebrated across a Native American reservation, where the fireworks are the best and most…

The Week on Sunday (weekly)

The Increasing US Shadow Wars in Africa | Mother Jones On the highway from Djibouti to Ethiopia, for example, one can see the bare outlines of this shadow war at the truck stops where local drivers take a break from…