In a troubling sign of where Facebook’s crackdown on political extremism may be headed, the social media giant recently blocked acclaimed Marxist economist Richard Wolff from sharing an article by the Indypendent about the striking workers at the Hunts Point Produce Market.
Victory follows years of struggle to preserve the house at 227 Duffield Street — now 227 Abolitionist Place.
“One of the real roles of government is to use the available innovations to really speed and enable the mission that they set out to accomplish,” says the former JPMorgan Managing Director-turned-progressive.
What’s next for Uganda’s opposition as President Yoweri Museveni moves to extend his 35-year reign?
Former DACA recipient Javier Castillo Maradiaga has lived in the U.S. since he was 7. Three times in the past week it appeared ICE would deport him. His family and lawyers still aren’t sure he is out of danger.
The former presidential candidate’s ideas are all over the map, he’s light on experience and his top campaign advisor is shady as hell. But, he is forcing the other top candidates to come forward with their own plans.
Can Stephen Ross and his wealthy cronies stop democratic socialist Moumita Ahmed as she gains momentum in District 24’s Feb. 2 special election?
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