Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the AIPAC Policy Conference, March 2016.
21 Mar 2016

At AIPAC, Clinton Supports Young People On ‘Front Lines of Battle’ Against BDS

Hillary Clinton spoke at the pro-Israel AIPAC policy conference and praised students on “the front lines of the battle” against the nonviolent BDS movement.

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06 Oct 2015

No More Nice Canada: C-51 Anti-Terrorism Law A Sign Of A Growing Police State

C-51, a controversial anti-terrorism bill, shows how Canada uses the threat of terrorism to justify decreasing freedom, just like its neighbor to the south.

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30 Sep 2015

Report Examines Widespread Attacks On Palestinian Human Rights Activists On College Campuses

Since January 2014, Palestine Legal documented 292 incidents of oppression against activists that support Palestinian liberation, especially on campuses.

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28 Sep 2015

If The Internet Could Rap … (Juice Rap News)

How is the Internet doing? What would the Internet say if it could speak … or rap? Juice Rap News takes a look at the State of the Internet in their latest video.

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27 Sep 2015

Podcast: University, Inc. & the Policing of Speech on American Campuses

American colleges and universities are increasingly corporatized. Within the pernicious corporate culture of campuses exists a kind of campus politics, where student activists police expression and activities in order to create “safe spaces” or protect particular marginalized groups from trauma. While critics of student activists often argue these students are

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25 Sep 2015

How A Dancing Baby Video Helped Save The Online Right To Fair Use

Published in partnership with MintPress News. SAN FRANCISCO — Free speech activists are hailing a recent court decision about a dancing baby video which they say protects Internet fair use, a critical free speech right, from corporate repression. The 29-second video, published in 2007 by Stephanie Lenz, shows her 13-month-old

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03 Aug 2015

Federal Judge Strikes Down Idaho ‘Ag-Gag Law,’ Defends Undercover Investigations Of Food Industry

An Idaho law enacted to permit the state to jail anyone, who conducts undercover investigations and secretly records animal abuse, was rejected as unconstitutional by a federal judge. The decision marked the first time a federal court had struck down a state’s “ag-gag law.”

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