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Dangl: In the Shadow of Paraguay's Coup
Aug 08, 2012
New movements are putting forth a progressive agenda in the debate about what kind of country Paraguayans want, regardless of who is in power
Dangl: Connecting the Struggles
Aug 02, 2012
The diversity of activities, demands, actions and representation from many movements and organizations underlined the interconnectedness between struggles
Dangl: Paraguay’s Bitter Harvest
Jul 26, 2012
The Franco administration has already proven to be a closer ally of corporate globalization
Dimaggio: The Republican War on Everyone
Mar 04, 2012
This primary season has increasingly degenerated into a shootout between candidates seeking to prove they are the true heir to Reagan’s conservative legacy
Dimaggio: Obama War Crimes
Jan 14, 2012
The parallels between the Bush and Obama administrations are striking
Dimaggio: The Criminal in Chief
Dec 18, 2011
Obama’s contempt for the Constitution is on display for all to see
deBuys: The Age of Thirst in the American West
Dec 05, 2011
Scientists believe that the Southwest is already making the transition to a “new climatology,”
Dangl: Argentina to Wall Street
Oct 14, 2011
In 2008 in Chicago, when hundreds of workers were laid off from the Republic Windows and Doors factory, they embraced similar direct action tactics used by their Argentine counterparts
Deutsch: The Road from Attica
Sep 10, 2011
Attica and its aftermath exposed the powder kegs ready to explode inside the U.S. prisons
Daniels: A Force for Progressive Change
Jul 30, 2011
If there is to be an independent force to fight for progressive change, the question is, what role will people of African descent, Black people, play in the process?
Daniels: Beyond Obama and the Democrats, Part III
Jul 28, 2011
A Progressive National Convention to Galvanize a Force for Change
Daniels: Obama as a One Term President
Jul 14, 2011
There are ominous signs of an even more disastrous outcome for President Obama and the Democrats in 2012
Daniels: Beyond Obama, Part II
Jul 13, 2011
Liberals/progressives must boldly reclaim the mantle as the proponents/advocates for the "many against the few"
Dimaggio: For Profit, For Shame
Jun 07, 2011
For-profit colleges have long been radically inferior to publicly run colleges and universities
Dangl: Blood in the Amazon
Jun 02, 2011
The recent murder of Ribeiro and Santo combined with the danger posed by changes to the forestry code are devastating indications of the direction Brazil is heading
Daniels: The African Union Has It Right
Apr 06, 2011
The winds of change that have recently swept repressive regimes from power in Tunisia and Egypt and are swirling in Algeria, Bahrain, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Yemen are blowing across the sands of Libya, posing the greatest threat to the government of Colonel Muammar El Qaddafi since he seized power in 1969.
Daniels: Haiti's Future
Dec 28, 2010
As I pen this article, the Electoral Commission in Haiti is still "recounting" the ballots from an ill conceived and flawed election which threatens to further impede progress towards building a new Haiti.
Daniels: Marching on Ballot Boxes
Oct 10, 2010
In my last article I posed the question of whether Black voters should rescue the Democrats again in the critical mid-term elections on November 2nd. It is clear that the Democrats are in serious danger of losing control of the House and Senate.
Daniels: Legacy of Dr. Ronald Walters
Sep 18, 2010
By now the World has received the stunning news that our Pre-eminent Political Scientist, scholar-activist extraordinaire and fearless Pan Africanist freedom fighter Dr. Ronald Walters now rests with the ancestors. Friday September 10, 2010 at approximately 7:00 PM, he peacefully made his transition to join the Pantheon of heroes and heroines of the Black Freedom Struggle.
Dangl: Chile’s Ghosts
Sep 15, 2010
Late in the afternoon on September 4th, 1970 a crowd gathered in central Santiago, Chile to celebrate the election of socialist president Salvador Allende. Among the participants in the celebration were the leftist folk singer Victor Jara and his wife Joan.