The U.S. is now openly at war in Libya, Somalia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Yemen and Pakistan. It has military bases in 70 countries and a military presence of some kind in 150. The wars are not being fought for our defense and they do not make us safe.
An editorial on the upcoming year, an impending anniversary, and race in Virginia.
Our interview with Abbie Arevalo Herrera, a 31-year-old mother seeking asylum in the U.S. after fleeing her native Honduras. After a change in the law led to Herrera’s ordered deportation, she and her children sought sanctuary in a Richmond church, where they have remained ever since.
By Joseph S.H. Rogers “It’s not a good look when teachers and students have to rearrange their carefully created schedules two days before the start of school.” That was just one of […]
Since its founding, the U.S.-led NATO has been the world’s deadliest military alliance, causing untold suffering and devastation throughout Northern Africa, the Middle East and beyond. Join us in Washington, D.C. on March 30, 2019 for a mass mobilization on NATO’s 70th anniversary during its annual summit meeting.
NATO exercises, training missions and military aid are always described as “defensive” in nature. But it’s not Russia that’s expanding its military influence right up to the borders of the United States.
In 2014, with the support of the U.S. government, far-right and openly fascist elements overthrew the existing Ukrainian government. In this appeal, learn how your organization can take action.