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  • The Other 9/11: Chile in the time of Pinochet
    A few days ago, my 10-year-old son asked me why I’d scheduled an event on 9/11. “Bad timing!” he said. He knew about the Twin Towers. But he didn’t know about 9/11/73, a date of infamy in Latin America.9/11/73 was the day...
  • Ngugi Wa Thiong'o: "The scars of history are on every writer"
    The great Kenyan writer Ngugi Wa Thiong’o is known for at least four things: writing a series of superb novels such as The River Between and A Grain of Wheat while still in his twenties;writing the novel Devil on the Cross on toilet paper wh...
  • Bartolomeo Vanzetti: The Immigrant Writes!
    By Jon Curley, New Jersey Institute of Technology. A requiem for Sacco and Vanzetti on the ninety-first anniversary of their execution in Cambridge, MA on Wednesday, August 22nd.
  • Punks Boycotting Punks
    An open letter to the coordinators of Maximumrocknroll (MRR), who have decided to no longer feature Israeli punk bands, citing the BDS (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) movement.
  • Sankara
    A review of "A Certain Amount of Madness: The Life, Politics and Legacies of Thomas Sankara".
  • Antiimperialist Comeback
    An interview with Torkil Lauesen, author of "The Global Perspective: Reflections on Imperialism and Resistance".
  • Shakespeare in the Age of the Tyrant
    Stephen Greenblatt's new book, Tyrant: Shakespeare on Power, is a timely tome. As Greenblatt well knows, we're living in an age of ruthless strongmen. The world's recent and lamentable swing to the right is embodied by all-powerful authoritarians.
  • Working Class Heroes project
    Dear Friends: Two important items this month. First, progress with Songs of Slavery and Emancipation. Second, progress with a new project: Working Class Heroes.
  • TRUMP, LYNCH, AND WHO WE CALL ANIMALS: A SAFETY ALERT
    Did you hear Trump call undocumented immigrants animals? It's stirring up – rightly – a lot of concern. Among humans, "animal" is the essential, go-to word to deprive people of their humanity. It's the permission some people ...
  • Human Flow: a film by Ai WeiWei
    For a film with ‘flow’ in its title, the only surprise in this superlative documentary is that the most powerful images are those of stillness. An old refugee woman sits incongruously on a bench in the middle of nowhere. A young man...
  • Israel & The Labour Party - A Love Story
    In my last blog I suggested that Israel’s staunch supporters are infected with a brain disease called Zionusitis. It was, of course, a joke. Or maybe it wasn’t. Since then, there has been another enactment of the absurdist farce ca...
  • HERMAN BELL AND THE FUTURE OF NEW YORK PAROLE
    Only a couple of years ago, the New York State Parole Board was a draconian gimmick to keep people in prison – regardless of how they had grown and changed over their years inside – until they died of systemic abuse or neglect or, if t...
  • Fifty Years After: The Sixties in historical perspective
    Nineteen sixty-eight (sigh!)… What a wonderful year that was! Rebellions breaking out all over the f–king place. From Paris to Prague, from Berkeley to Berlin, from Mexico City to Chicago -- in the ghetto, on the campus, in the jungle...
  • 1968: 'What Did You Do in the Columbia War, Dad?'
    Jenny: So, Dad, the 50th  Reunion of the Columbia University Strike is coming up, and it’s all over the papers again. A book of reminicences has just been reviewed in the Times, and the Columbia library is holding a three-day conferen...
  • On and On Do They Imprison the Strong
    The dynamic power of so many prison memoirs, acounts, and anecdotes is paradoxically reliant on the monotony and stasis of the prison environment. The fertile conscience keeps mobile despite the body forced to be stuck and remote.
  • Insurgent Supremacists -- a new book about the U.S. far right
    My book Insurgent Supremacists: The U.S. Far Right’s Challenge to State and Empire is due out this May and is being published jointly by Kersplebedeb Publishing and PM Press. I want to highlight some of what’s distinctive about this b...
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