Tag Archives: Betty Medsger

Democracy Anyone? with Mr. Fish and Some Good Books

The Struggle Continues

Greenwald and Reed | Secret Docs Reveal: President Trump Has Inherited an FBI with Vast Hidden Powers

The revealing, once-secret FBI documents The Intercept is today reporting on, and publishing, demonstrate why protecting press freedom is more critical than ever.

Sue Ann Martinson | Dissent, Activism, and Oppression in the 1970s and Today: An Exploration

Martinson: These actions for justice and peace, carried out with passion and love, are living demonstrations of moral indignation against a morally bankrupt system and of taking a stand in action in accordance with what should be our Constitutional civil rights and civil liberties.

Breaking 43 Years of Silence, the Last FBI Burglar Tells the Story of Her Years in the Underground

After the seven other burglars went public, Judi Feingold decided to come forward with the secret she thought she’d take to her grave. Betty Medsger  The Nation  October 6, 2014 A headshot of Judi Feingold taken shortly before the 1971 burglary of the FBI offices in Media, Pennsylvania. All photographs courtesy of Betty Medsger The […]

▶ “It Was Time to Do More Than Protest”: 1971 Burglars Who Exposed FBI Spying Reveal Their Names

Amy Goodman interviews the people who discovered Cointel-Pro, the FBI’s secret spying program that targeted antiwar activists and African Americans in the 1970s. Editor’s note: Two videos are included here, Parts 1 and 2 of the interview, so they are not the same information even though the top picture is the same. PART 1 PART […]