08 Jul 2020

US Government Plays Games With Reality Winner’s Life As Coronavirus Outbreak Is Confirmed At Carswell

As a coronavirus outbreak at Federal Medical Center Carswell spreads, the United States government maintains National Security Agency whistleblower Reality Winner did not show her confinement placed her “at a risk substantial to justify early release.”

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08 Jul 2020

Protest Song Of The Week: ‘All Tomorrow Carry’ By Special Interest

The following was originally published at Ongoing History Of Protest Songs. The New Orleans punk band released their sophomore album “The Passion Of,” which the group describes as “a precise and deranged vision of punk, an apocalyptic celebration, a step forward into a perverse and uncertain landscape.” As the band’s lyricist

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01 Jul 2020

Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Domestic Terrorist’ From Die Jim Crow Records

Die Jim Crow Records, the first record label for current and formerly incarcerated musicians, has recorded music in five prisons in Colorado, Ohio, Mississippi, and South Carolina.

The label released their first album on Juneteenth—BL Shirelle’s “Assata Troi”—and now they have released a single, “Domestic Terrorist,” by a musician who is unnamed in order to protect them while they remain incarcerated.

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01 Jul 2020

When US Backed A Mass Murder Program In Indonesia: Interview With Vincent Bevins On ‘The Jakarta Method’

Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola welcome Vincent Bevins, the author of The Jakarta Method: Washington’s Anticommunist Crusade and the Mass Murder Program That Shaped Our World, to discuss his book. He was the Brazil correspondent for the Los Angeles Times and the southeast Asia correspondent for the Washington Post. Watch

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25 Jun 2020

US Government Expands Assange Indictment To Criminalize Assistance Provided To Edward Snowden

The United States government expanded their indictment against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to criminalize the assistance WikiLeaks provided to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden when staff helped him leave Hong Kong.

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24 Jun 2020

Record Label For Current And Formerly Incarcerated Musicians Releases First Album

Die Jim Crow is the first nonprofit record label for current and formerly incarcerated musicians, and on Juneteenth, the label released their first album, “Assata Troi” by BL Shirelle.

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22 Jun 2020

The US And Anti-Colonial Resistance In Angola: Interview With Prexy Nesbitt And Marissa Moorman

For this week’s “Unauthorized Disclosure” weekly podcast, Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola present a conversation that was recorded several months ago on Angola history: Portuguese colonialism, Black anti-colonial resistance, United States imperialism, and the way in which this history reverberates during President Donald Trump’s administration.

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19 Jun 2020

Ten Musical Artists Who Amplify And Support Anti-Racist Organizing

Shadowproof compiled a list acknowledging musicians (primarily Black musicians), who are using their platforms to amplify anti-racist activism.

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17 Jun 2020

North Carolina ‘Ag-Gag’ Law Aimed At Suppressing Whistleblowers Struck Down By Federal Court

A federal court declared an “ag-gag” law in North Carolina unconstitutional and barred the state government from enforcing key parts of the law against journalists or whistleblowers.

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17 Jun 2020

Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Walking In The Snow’ By Run The Jewels

The most powerful protest music can perfectly encapsulate the moments and moods being experienced by society. At times, it can even come across as eerily prophetic.

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