Why isn't Julian Assange a household word?
After hearing four weeks of evidence in the extradition trial of Julian Assange, District Judge Vanessa Baraitser announced on Thursday she will pronounce judgement on January 4.
I’m a white guy, and I am a journalist. I would often see Arabs and other Muslims in the detention center at JFK airport, Area B of JFK airport. I would often come in and see a room packed with people, none of whom were white. I would be called up to the desk before them, and I would be released after them.
by Rania Khalek raniakhalek.org June 29, 2014 Editor's Note: If you are an activist of any type who engages in nonviolent protest, you need to listen to this. On this week’s episode of Unauthorized Disclosure, Kevin Gosztola and I spoke with Nafeez Ahmed, a writer and contributor to The Guardian, about his groundbreaking article, “Pentagon preparing for More
That night, no one had one word for any American political prisoner, hacker and whistle-blower and activist, cracking from solitary in their 6-foot-by-11-foot cells. by Molly Crabapple VanityFair.com June 11, 2014 Nothing tastes better than freedom—except possibly burrata. One May night, I sat beneath the blue whale at the American Museum of Natural History, nibbling through More