In the deadliest night of bombardment since the beginning of the war, Israel kills 400 people in a single night as hospitals reach breaking point amid shortages of fuel and medicine. Popular calls for ceasefire continue to be ignored internationally.
Two weeks in and 38 articles on the topic, the Atlantic has found only one token Palestinian to write about Palestine.
As UK government policies gradually infringe on the British public’s right to freedom of speech, thousands defiantly took to the streets of London this week to show solidarity with Palestinians and demand an end to the Israeli Occupation. Nadia Péridot reports on the ground from London.
“We are here, very simply, to say no to genocide, to say an end to mass murder, to say an end to keeping water, food, power, and medical care away from people,” Rabbi Linda Holtzman told The Real News.
The Stand Up strike has already forced General Motors to fold its electric vehicle battery plants into UAW’s master contract. Now, Ford’s largest truck plant in Kentucky is on strike.
“We are very worried for our Indigenous land, because from the beginning, when they developed this plan among the officials… they never took us into account. They didn’t inform us. We had no information. The government never tried to get our participation over the proposal.”
New publicly-funded stadium projects in Las Vegas, Oklahoma City, and Milwaukee will transfer billions in public money into private hands.
For those who think striking actors and striking autoworkers have nothing in common, we spoke with rank-and-file UAW and SAG-AFTRA members about why you’re wrong.
Katie Barnes’s new book, ‘Fair Play: How Sports Shape the Gender Debates’ offers a sweeping view of the fight for trans inclusion in sports.
Norman Finkelstein explains Israel’s 17-year blockade of Gaza and the context of the war currently underway.