People around the globe have expressed outrage at the recent slaughter of Palestinian protesters, including from inside Israel.
Thousands of educators are taking to the streets, inspired and energized by a dynamic willingness to fight for their own rights, as well as those of their students.
Corporate media are not covering the fight for America's soul, but the establishment will not be able ignore the growing community that is leading it much longer.
The detentions of at least 10 women's rights activists—seven women and three men—are seen as a culmination of a steady crackdown on perceived critics of the government.
Citing "a culture of impunity," Foreign Minister Riad Malki asks the International Criminal Court to open an investigation into alleged Israeli crimes against the Palestinian people, including settlement policies.
The second week of the campaign kicks off in Chicago, under the theme "Linking Systemic Racism and Poverty." But police are using an unconventional tactic to prevent a movement from building.
This movement has nothing to do with left or right, Democrat or Republican, conservative or liberal. It's all about right and wrong.
If President Washington was such a unifying force, why were the early 1790s so violent and contested?