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A federal appeals court rejected Seattle police claims that a "use of force" policy violates their Second Amendment rights to use firearms. The post Appeals Court Rejects Absurd Claim Use Of Force Policy Violates Seattle Officers’ Second Amendment Rights appeared first on Shadowproof.
In response to a records request, the FBI said it "can neither confirm nor deny the existence of records" regarding a wiretap of Trump Tower. The post FBI Can Neither Confirm Nor Deny Trump Tower Wiretap appeared first on Shadowproo...
Hillary Clinton’s book on her presidential campaign is a quintessential piece of bourgeois indulgence. Much like autobiographical works that have come before, this book is inseparable from the larger trajectory of the political class once their time in the media spotlight wanes. Show More Summary
Joey La Neve DeFrancesco is a guitarist for Downtown Boys, the Providence group whose recent full-length Cost Of Living received widespread critical acclaim. The group was called “the most exciting punk band in America” and described...Show More Summary
Host Rania Khalek of the “Unauthorized Disclosure” podcast spent a week with the Yezidi Popular Mobilization Forces in newly liberated south Sinjar in August. She learned many Yezidis join the PM to protect their families, defend their towns, and save those in their family captured by ISIS. Show More Summary
A new report from Disability Rights New York, the federal watchdog for people with disabilities in the state, found rampant abuse and neglect within the mental health treatment unit at the Attica Correctional Facility. Under state law,...Show More Summary
Harvard revoked an invitation for United States military whistleblower Chelsea Manning to serve as a visiting fellow after intense pressure from the CIA. The post Harvard Kennedy Succumbs To CIA Pressure, Revokes Chelsea Manning’s Fellowship appeared first on Shadowproof.
Emails obtained indicate the Salt Lake City police chief praised officers for their daily work after video of University of Utah nurse Alex Wubbels circulated in the media. Wubbels refused to provide police with a blood sample of an unconscious patient unable to consent to such a release. Show More Summary
Victoria Law joins Beyond Prisons to discuss her work with imprisoned women and her book, "Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggles Of Incarcerated Women." The post Beyond Prisons — Episode 12: Incarcerated Women Resist feat. Victoria Law appeared first on Shadowproof.
Sanders' single-payer bill and Clinton's book crystallize the deep ideological differences within the base and establishment of the Democratic Party. The post What Happened: Sanders Fostered A Movement While Clinton Dwelled On Her Grievances appeared first on Shadowproof.
With Hurricane Irma thrashing Florida as this episode goes to publication, we share an interview with Niecee X of the Black Women’s Defense League, which is deeply involved in relief efforts for those in Houston impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Show More Summary
As white nationalists in Charlottesville and Boston provoked large, and at times, violent demonstrations, what may have been the largest gathering of abolitionists in the nation’s history took place in Washington, D.C. The Millions For...Show More Summary
Max Parthas of New Abolitionists Radio urges Americans to call slavery what it is at the Millions For Prisoners Human Rights March in Washington, D.C. The post It’s Not Mass Incarceration, But Slavery: Speech By Max Parthas At The Millions For Prisoners March appeared first on Shadowproof.
Despite the aggressive pressure mounted against J20 protesters, the Washington Post attempted to frame concern for state repression as an overreaction. The post Washington Post Justifies Government Prosecution Of Inauguration Protesters As ‘Conspirators’ appeared first on Shadowproof.
A federal appeals court affirmed the right of citizens to criticize police and ruled Minnesota officers are not immune from a lawsuit alleging rights violations. The post Federal Appeals Court Affirms First Amendment Right To Criticize Cops appeared first on Shadowproof.
Egyptian army chief, General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, led a coup against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi in 2013. The Egyptian constitution was subsequently suspended. When it happened, President Barack Obama avoided the use of the word “coup” to describe what unfolded. Show More Summary
Paul Waldman, a senior writer for the American Prospect and a contributor to the Washington Post’s Plum Line column, is out with a melodramatic performance piece tied to excerpts from Hillary Clinton’s forthcoming book. It was headlined:...Show More Summary
The violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, including an attack by a neo-Nazi that resulted in 19 injuries and the death of Heather Heyer, brought into focus the danger of white supremacy. It reminded Americans of the legacy of slavery and racism in the United States. Show More Summary
The duo, Buck Gooter, from Harrisonburg, Virginia, play raw, throbbing experimental rock that is alternatively brutal and bluesy. Drawing from aggressive noise, elemental post-punk, and narrative story-songs, Billy Brett and Terry Turtle...Show More Summary
This week on the “Unauthorized Disclosure” podcast, we interview Juan Demetrixx, an organizer of Howard University Resist, and Jared Ware, journalist and producer of the “Beyond Prisons” podcast. Demetrixx talks about what he witnessed on the ground in Charlottesville a little more than a week ago. Show More Summary