Tag Archives: criminalization of dissent

Christian Christensen on WikiLeaks: Collateral Murder and the After-Life of Activist Imagery

Even after 4 years, the WikiLeaks video retains its power and relevance. By Christian Christensen   WikiLeaks  medium.com The following is the full text of my talk at the “Image Operations” conference held at the Institute for Cultural Inquiry in Berlin on April 10, 2014. I would like to begin by noting that last week marked the […]

Kent State: Was It about Civil Rights or 
Murdering Student Protesters?

Kent State: Was It about Civil Rights or 
Murdering Student Protesters? When Ohio National Guardsmen fired sixty-seven gun shots in thirteen seconds at Kent State University (KSU) on May 4, 1970, they murdered four unarmed, protesting college students and wounded nine others. Censored Notebook, Featured Articles Sep 11, 2012 This article is from our forthcoming book Censored […]

FBI moves into new Minnesota headquarters, protest outside condemns repression

FBI moves into new Minnesota headquarters, protest outside condemns repression By Mick Kelly | February 18, 2012      Fight Back News Protest against repression of anti war activists at new MN/Dakotas FBI Field Office (Fight Back! News/Kim DeFranco) Brooklyn Center, MN – Protesters gathered outside the new headquarters of the FBI here, Feb. 17, […]

Twenty Examples of the Obama Administration Assault on Domestic Civil Liberties

Twenty Examples of the Obama Administration Assault on Domestic Civil Liberties Bill Quigley   December 1, 2011    CommonDreams.org The Obama administration has affirmed, continued and expanded almost all of the draconian domestic civil liberties intrusions pioneered under the Bush administration. Here are twenty examples of serious assaults on the domestic rights to freedom of speech, […]