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Communities United Against Police Brutality

“Our overriding goal is to create a climate of resistance to abuse of authority by police organizations and to empower local people with a structure that can take on police brutality and actually bring it to an end.”

Giving people more information and self-determining power where the police are concerned.

Ajamu Baraka, Monica Moorehead, Mumia Abu Jamal, Margaret Kimberley, Vijay Prishad, Lee Siu Hin, Sara Flounders, Carlos Martinez,  Kevin Zeese, Deirdre Griswold, Max Blumenthal and more.

Articles from WAMM Newsletter Winter 2020-21 Vol. 38 Num. 6 Keep Space for Peace! Save the Heavens from Hegemony! By Bruce K. Gagnon Total Information Warfare: Sinophobia By Newsletter Staff “Let Them Go!” 648+ Peaceful Protesters Arrested in Minneapolis By Newsletter Staff The Philippines Human Rights Act: Your Support is Still Needed By Newsletter Staff […]

“Predatory industry hijacked the US regulatory system in 2019, placing ancient food systems and a fifth of the world’s freshwater in imminent danger.”

The Biden administration and what it will mean for a country in crisis…

“President-elect Biden faces many nuclear weapons policy challenges as he takes office. Under the Trump administration, the United States withdrew from [several key treaties around nuclear weapons issues] and did not extend New START, all while urging other countries to not join, or even to withdraw their ratifications to, the TPNW. The United States has a chance to return to the table on multilateral nuclear negotiations and build back better.”

If changes are to come there are things that must be done…

Ring the bells that still can ring
Forget your perfect offering
There is a crack, a crack in everything
That’s how the light gets in

Organizers: Consider alternatives to Facebook and Twitter

“Finally, we must recognize that our struggle is global. What the United States government has done to its people by denying them what they need to live a life of dignity is what the United States has imposed upon people around the world…”

“The American republic is hanging by a thread because the president of the United States has sought to use violence to stay in power and essentially to overthrow our constitutional system,” says Snyder.

“It is incredible how much power we have given to a very small number of people who are essentially mediating pretty much every aspect of our lives.”

“Following are images from my time at the George Floyd Memorial Site and the Prayer Tree on the afternoon of Friday, January 1, 2021. I experienced my time at both of these places as holy, grounding, and renewing.”

ON THE RT SHOW THIS WEEK, CHRIS HEDGES TALKS TO MORAL PHILOSOPHER, DR. CORNEL WEST, ABOUT WHAT WE CAN LEARN ABOUT AMERICA’S EXISTENTIAL CRISIS AFTER WITNESSING ENRAGED SUPPORTERS OF DONALD TRUMP STORMING THE CAPITOL

“There is a maxim that companies that treat the earth badly usually treat their workers the same way. There is another saying that all ‘politics’ is local, except that all ‘politics’ is economics.”

“While hedonism was running rampant among young, white, urban professionals, George Floyd and his family and friends were caught up in another hallmark of the 1980s: the war on drugs.”

With the new president and a new year, join us to organize and discuss strategies about “Where Do We Go From Here?”

“WikiLeaks and you personally are facing a battle that is both legal and political,” Weinglass told Assange. “As we learned in the Pentagon Papers case, the U.S. government doesn’t like the truth coming out….”