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In a battle for morals, imagery and messaging is everything. If we lose the PR battle, even if we are ultimately on the right side of justice, we may give the alt-right ammunition they desperately need.
May 1st, International Workers Day, will see rallies, marches, and strikes around the country and the world By Deirdre Fulton, staff writer Common Dreams April 27, 2017 A sign seen at the 2006 May Day demonstrations. Monday’s actions are expected to match those from 2006 in magnitude. (Photo: AP) Just as labor leaders are standing firmly behind this […]
The central tenet of fascism is always that war cleanses society and that the “virtues” that war inculcates in its combatants and survivors provide a new moral vigor.
Thirty years ago most cities contained a broad spectrum of residents from wealthy to poor. Today, entire cities are mostly rich (San Francisco, San Diego, Seattle) or mostly impoverished (Detroit, Baltimore, Philadelphia).
The Empress and 5 Broken Cameras by Carey Wedler February 27, 2013 comehomeamerica As the celebrity-inspired stupor wears off after a predictably glamorous night of the Academy Awards, the realities of American society continue to bleed through: the most telling moments of the grand spectacle and all that led up to it demonstrate America’s love of […]
On Anniversary of Trayvon Martin’s Death, ALEC-Backed Stand Your Ground Laws Remain on Books “The controversy highlighted the racial fault lines that continue to divide America, with a heated backlash against the assertion that race played any factor in Martin’s death — and a concerted effort by some on the right to portray Martin as someone who deserved to die.” by Brendan Fischer February 26, 2013 PRWatch.org Projects: ALEC Exposed One year […]