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By George Ciccariello-Maher (December 28, 2017) After December 31st, 2017, I will no longer work at Drexel University. This is not a decision I take lightly; however, after nearly a year of harassment by right-wing, white supremacist media outlets and internet mobs, after death threats and threats of violence directed against me and my family, ..
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By Teka Lark and Arun Gupta (December 22, 2017)   Teka Lark: We are celebrating people being acquitted of being charged with a crime for exercising their First Amendment rights against Trump?! We are celebrating that?! I am pissed! They should not have been charged in the first place. If anyone on the left think ..
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By Mark Naison (December 20, 2017) During the course of my long life, I have had to cope with three completely unexpected tragedies- the Vietnam War, the burning of the Bronx, and the crack epidemic. In each of these instances, immense suffering ensued that required years, if not decades to recover from, while millions of ..
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By Arun Gupta (December 13, 2017) It is a great relief that Roy Moore lost. If he had won that would have emboldened Bannon and Trump even more: “Hey, if they elected a child molester, who cares about a rapist president?”   Meanwhile, the opportunism of Kirsten Gillibrand is helping channel the energy from the ..
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By Teka Lark (December 13, 2017) I am happy that sexist and racist Moore went down, barely, but I’m not happy that the Democratic Party felt that the Black community wasn’t worth a dime or any effort. The Black vote is treated like absolute trash by the Democratic Party. This last hour campaigning with no ..
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UPDATED:  Anarres Project, along with various labor and social justice groups in Corvallis, Oregon, is proud to host a conference next spring (April 6-8, 2018) on the possibilities for the radical imagination.  We hope you will join us!  Deadline for submissions is January 31, 2018. Call for Participation This conference explores formats to address, fabricate ..
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By Teka Lark (December 4, 2017) We can no longer worry about the poor GOP or the dedicated racists in the GOP. They are gone. Trump won by expanding the right wing base and by getting people involved who had long ago checked out of the process. That is why in the polls prior to ..
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By Alexander Reid Ross (December 1, 2017) So the right wing is afraid… constantly… about everything. Take that away, and they feel way more open. This is not a revelation so much as another explanation as to why the marketing of a “security state” in tandem with the hyping of “terrorism” has always been a vicious ..
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