Bill Fletcher: My Growing Unease with the Candidacy of Dr. Ben Carson

What does it mean when candidates simply make things up? How should Black America view Carson’s candidacy?

Bill Fletcher: The Disasters Facing the Saharawi refugees

​That the Saharawi refugees have been in camps for 40 years is not a natural occurrence

Bill Fletcher: South Carolina’s Flood and the Matter of Shrinking Government

South Carolina’s disastrous flood calls into question both the ridiculousness of neo-liberal economics, but also the terribly scary side to it as well

Bill Fletcher: Puerto Rico’s crisis stays off of the USA media’s radar

Despite a desperate economic crisis, comparable to Greece’s, we only get an episodic look at what is crushing the nation of Puerto Rico

Bill Fletcher: The Growing Pains of Black Lives Matter

Movement activists discuss strategy and tactics in #BlackLivesMatter

Bill Fletcher: Kidney Stones and the missing elements of healthcare in the USA

Experiencing a common, though painful, occurrence raises some big questions about the scope of healthcare in the USA.

Bill Fletcher: The counter-attack that Planned Parenthood needs to launch

The existence of Planned Parenthood has been a victory for women. We do not simply need to defend it. We need to expand its work in service of women’s health from one end of this country to the other

Bill Fletcher: Why We Cannot Speak Of Economic Injustice Alone, Or, Why Race Matters

The ruling elites, for several centuries, have appreciated that race is the trip wire of US politics and social movements. When will progressives arrive at the same conclusion?

Bill Fletcher: The Philippines: Invisible Neo-Colony

The ongoing repression and wars in the Philippines would be unsustainable were it not for the direct involvement of the United States

Bill Fletcher: History is not the past

Review of An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States, by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

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