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Body cameras have been embraced by the police, even as police attack cop-watch patrols.
Unless you’ve experienced it, you can never really know. Here are five books that come closest to conveying the horror.
These groups are already making a difference for women, victims of war, disease and violence—but they can do more with your help.
At most, it only further proves the incompatibility of a secret intelligence service and an open democracy.
Reframing the CIA’s interrogation techniques as a violation of scientific and medical ethics may be the best way to achieve accountability.
Valuing all lives equally would transform how we respond to the climate crisis.
When a parent is sent to prison, a child’s life is derailed, leaving schools to pick up the pieces.
The essays in Some Truths Are Not Self-Evident remind us that Zinn was not just a historian: he was also deeply involved in the major twentieth-century struggles for social justice in the United States.
But the Senate report could be the opening we need to really make US torture a thing of the past.
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- Why the US-Cuba Deal Really Is a Victory for the Cuban Revolution
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