The movement against climate chaos is running up against intense repression funded by private corporations as well as the federal government, writes Shea Leibow.
Category: Indigenous People
Migration Is Not the Crisis
Aviva Chomsky says the recycled policies of Biden and Harris are destined to spark yet more crimes in Central America such as Berta Cáceres’ murder.
Defying Fragmentation: A New Palestinian Uprising
Media and international attention may be declining, but the momentum for the “Unity Intifada” is not, writes Yara Hawari.
The Spirit of Carabobo Versus the Threats of Monroe
Simón Bolívar wrote that the United States “seemed predestined by Providence to plague Americas with miseries in the name of liberty,” Vijay Prashad reminds us.
Chevron’s ‘Unjust Legal Assault’ on Steven Donziger
Six lawmakers are pressing the attorney general for a review of the case holding the human rights lawyer under prolonged house arrest.
The Pilgrims’ Attack on a May Day Celebration
Peter C. Mancall sees it as a dress rehearsal for removing Native Americans.
Using Das Kapital as a Pillow
Many Marxists in colonized zones had never read Marx, writes Vijay Prashad in this sampling of influential leftists, many from peasant societies, who built theories appropriate to their own context.
Global Forest Treaty Needed Now
While illegal deforestation is not new, there is no moment in history that has attracted as much attention to it as now — or generated so much alarm, writes Adriana Erthal Abdenur.
The Mega Machine & the Mega Crisis
The decades ahead can lead to complete collapse or to a more just society that cooperates with nature instead of destroying it, says Fabian Scheidler.
WATCH: UN Secretary General on ‘The State of the Planet’
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres delivers an address on “The State of the Planet” at Columbia University in New York.