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Daniel Ellsberg is best known as the whistleblower who released the Pentagon Papers, which exposed what United States government officials really knew and thought about the Vietnam War. But he also worked as a nuclear war planner when...Show More Summary
The Mueller indictment is part of an ongoing cycle of information warfare and election interference between the United States and Russia that goes back decades. The post Mueller Indictment Part Of Cycle Of Information Warfare And Election Meddling Between U.S. And Russia appeared first on Shadowproof.
Yet another federal appeals court, the Fourth Circuit, ruled against President Donald Trump's travel ban against Muslims. The post Appeals Court: Trump’s Anti-Muslim Comments Continue To Taint Travel Ban appeared first on Shadowproo...
An incarcerated immigrant woman, who alleged sexual harassment and assault by a corrections officer, said she was thrown in solitary confinement for 60 hours and was told she would not be released until she publicly recanted her accusations. Show More Summary
An undercover investigator posing as a correction officer smuggled drugs, alcohol, and a razor blade into jails in Manhattan and Brooklyn with incredible ease and found the Department of Corrections failed to implement reforms it supported publicly for nearly five years. Show More Summary
Raye Zaragoza is a Native American (O’odham), Mexican, Taiwanese, and Japanese singer-songwriter. She garnered praise as well as awards for her protest song against the Dakota Access Pipeline, “In The River.” Last year, Zaragoza released an album, “Fight For You,” that contains multiple songs of protest. Show More Summary
U.S. intelligence claims Russia will likely target 2018 midterm elections by sowing political turmoil. So should all Americans be skeptical of dissent? The post US Intelligence Invites Citizens To Dismiss Dissent As Part Of Russia’s Efforts To Undermine Midterm Elections appeared first on Shadowproof.
'The Gang Crackdown' shows how the Trump administration uses MS-13 to justify the widespread criminalization of innocent and nonviolent immigrants. The post Frontline’s ‘Gang Crackdown’: How Trump Uses MS-13 To Justify Unlawful Detention Of Undocumented Teens appeared first on Shadowproof.
Hosts Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola address a Daily Beast piece claiming to “expose” Redfish, a Russian-backed grassroots media project where Khalek briefly worked. Khalek talks about the sheer disingenuousness of this attack. Later...Show More Summary
Dealing with the death of someone you love is difficult enough. It can be infinitely worse if the grief is compounded by the fact that every day of your life is spent seeking acceptance in the world, as is the case in the Oscar-nominated...Show More Summary
Immigrant rights groups file a first amendment lawsuit against ICE over targeting immigrant rights activists with repression. The post First Amendment Lawsuit: ICE Targets Immigrant Rights Groups And Activists For Political Speech appeared first on Shadowproof.
The Center for Constitutional Rights asked a federal court to sanction Dakota Access Pipeline lawyers for "misusing" the legal system. The post Court Urged To Sanction Dakota Access Pipeline Lawyers For Suing ‘Earth First!’ Movement, Abusing Legal System appeared first on Shadowproof.
Protest Platforms is a three-part series examining what it means for music to protest today. Platforms have always helped to shape protest music. Independent artists, punk labels, and do-it-yourself (DIY) organizers have long suggested...Show More Summary
Last week, to great fanfare, Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JPMorgan Chase announced they will work on a new health care program for their employees “free from profit-making incentives and constraints.” The response to this announcement unintentionally produced some remarkably insightful conversation about American health care reform. Show More Summary
An upcoming hearing could be a major turning point in Reality Winner’s case and we're sending Kevin Gosztola to cover it. The post A Potential Turning Point In Trump’s First Leak Prosecution appeared first on Shadowproof.
Field Music’s David Brewis of England was incensed by Brexit. It was a “proper Charlton Heston at the end of Planet of the Apes moment.” On Field Music’s new album, “Open Here,” the indie rock band reflect on a post-Brexit world, as well as the rise of United States President The post Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Count It Up’ By Field Music appeared first on Shadowproof.
The United Kingdom quashed the extradition of activist Lauri Love because prison conditions in the United States could result in his death. The post UK High Court Blocks Lauri Love’s Extradition Over Oppressive US Prison Conditions appeared first on Shadowproof.
Kim Wilson and Brian Sonenstein discuss Operation PUSH: a nonviolent prison labor strike and boycott in Florida that began on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The post Beyond Prisons — Episode 20: Operation PUSH Continues Fight Against Prison Slavery appeared first on Shadowproof.
It has been one year since the uprising at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center. While DOC demands are being met, little has changed for prisoners. The post One Year After Vaughn Prison Uprising, Demands Still Unaddressed appeared first on Shadowproof.
An appeals court agreed with a federal magistrate judge that Reality Winner “hates” America and might flee if granted bail. The post Appeals Court Agrees Reality Winner ‘Hates’ America—So She Will Remain In Pretrial Detention appeared first on Shadowproof.