Stella Assange and Kevin Gosztola join Stefania Maurizi for a live panel discussion of the surveillance, monitoring, and control that has oppressed Julian Assange and WikiLeaks for more than 10 years.
The song is about reclamation in the face of “fading memories,” “fleeting stories,” and “disappearing words.” Even though there may be efforts to whitewash history, Aysanabee defiantly declares that “it’s in my blood.”
Three years before WikiLeaks made it possible for the public to watch this video, Dean Yates, Reuters bureau chief in Iraq, learned of its existence. Yates testified about the impact of the video at the Belmarsh Tribunal in Sydney, Australia on March 4, 2023.
Daniel has spent many decades sharing not only his experiences as a Nixon-era whistleblower but also showing support for fellow whistleblowers, who have faced similar attacks. He testified at the extradition trial against Assange in the United Kingdom in September 2020.
In a word, the ongoing union organizing drive that has swept the coffee giant Starbucks can be described as ‘unprecedented.’
R&B singer Macy Gray and her backing group covered Ice T’s protest song, “Cop Killer,” which was boycotted in 1992 after it was released.
Furthering efforts to block access to transgender care, Missouri Republicans have weaponized “whistleblower” allegations against a clinic
Fucked Up’s “Found” chronicles how Indigenous people have been displaced and murdered to build “temples of police and landlords.”
Medea Benjamin and Ann Wright appear on the “Unauthorized Disclosure” podcast to discuss the high stakes of a protracted war in Ukraine
Prison health care is designed to avoid or withhold care for as long as possible, often to the point of causing serious harm.
As Georgia prison officials move towards fully digitizing communications with Securus and curtailing access to contraband cellphones, incarcerated people and their loved ones are speaking out.
James Jones and Caren Holmes surveyed incarcerated people in the US and UK to collectivize our knowledge of mutual aid practices in prisons.
Incarcerated Georgians and their loved ones have struggled to stay in touch after the Georgia Department of Corrections began switching communications services from JPay to Securus, as the former merges its systems with the latter.
Supporters of Native American activist Leonard Peltier rallied in Washington, D.C. to demand President Biden grant clemency to the long-held prisoner.
Success Stories helps incarcerated men discover how to live more fully by rejecting patriarchal values and toxic masculinity.
At Washington’s Stafford Creek Corrections Center, a group of incarcerated organizers have built community with local youths to fight for sentencing reforms, grappling with what it means to organize through an abolitionist lens from inside.
Three drugs are approved by the FDA for opioid use disorder yet are treated as dangerous contraband in most jails and prisons. (NC Dept of Public Safety on Flickr)
The skills and experience drug-user organizers have built over decades are increasingly relevant for grave new contexts.