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Jersey City Man Shot in the Face and Blinded by Police Faces 30 Years in Prison, Truthout, April 22, 2014

The War on Poor Women of Color, Extra!, April 2014

Calling Rape by Its Right Name, Extra!, February 2014

How today’s liberal Zionists echo apartheid South Africa’s defenders, The Electronic Intifada, February 13, 2014

DC’s Poorest Residents Fight Displacement by Gentrification, Truthout, January 31, 2014

Does The Nation have a problem with Palestinians?, The Electronic Intifada, December 19, 2013

Seeing What They Want to See in Malala, Extra!, December 2013

Drone Strike Victims Find Support From Activists, Silence from Unapologetic US Leaders, Truthout, November 25, 2013

Racism Is Not For Debate, The Nation, November 6, 2013

Drone Victims Tell Empty US House Their Story; Is America Listening?, Truthout, November 1, 2013

Activists of Color Lead Charge Against Surveillance, NSA, Truthout, October 30, 2013

Author Max Blumenthal Offers Unfiltered View Into Israel’s Commitment to Ethnic Supremacy, Truthout, October 27, 2013

‘I Am Chelsea Manning’: Media misgendering reflects broader transphobia, Extra!, October 2013 Issue

The “Systematic Murder” of Philadelphia Public Schools, Truthout, September 12, 2013

Syria’s nonviolent resistance is dying to be heard, Al Jazeera America, September 9, 2013

The Death Row Torture Of Warren Hill, The Nation, August 14, 2013

Scorned or Celebrated, ‘Breadwinner Moms’ Are Misrepresented, Extra!, August 2013 Issue

For U.S. Media, Rape Culture Is There, Not Here,  Extra!, June 2013 Issue

Racist School Closings in Washington, DC, Truthout, May 31, 2013

Foreclosure Victims Protesting Wall Street Impunity Outside DOJ Arrested, Tasered, Truthout, May 22, 2013

Newark Students Defy Threats to Protest Attacks on Public Education, Truthout, April 11, 2013

Was Life for Iraqi Women Better Under Saddam?, Muftah, March 19, 2013

“The Injustice Files”: Racial Profiling Edition, Truthout, February 13, 2013

Hating the Oppressed in Gaza, Extra!, January 2013 Issue

Felon voting disenfranchisement, Citizen Radio, November 6, 2012

Who Can’t Vote This November? September 24, 2012

Terry Williams: A victim might be executed, Salon, September 22, 2012

DHS’s right-wing terror blind spot, Salon, August 15, 2012

Steinbecks: Leave Lennie alone, Salon, August 8, 2012

Marcus Druery: Another questionable Texas execution, Salon, July 31, 2012

Police Violence, Racialized Indifference and a Hunger for Justice in Anaheim, Truthout, July 27, 2012

Hunger Strikers at Virginia Supermax Face Retaliation for Protest Against Torturous Conditions, Truthout, June 6, 2012

Innocent but broke, Salon, May 21, 2012

Another innocent executed?, Salon, May 14, 2012

Activists Occupy the Justice Department to Demand an End to Racist Mass Incarceration, Truthout, May 2, 2012

40 Years on, 1960s Black Radical Still Suffers Racial and Political Injustice, Truthout, April 15, 2012

When ‘stand your ground’ fails, Salon, April 11, 2012

Unarmed Black Woman Shot and Killed by Chicago Police Officer Less Than a Month After Trayvon Martin Shooting, Truthout, April 6, 2012

Inside the private prison industry, Citizen Radio, February 23, 2012

Occupy Joins the Fight Against Private Prisons, Truthout, February 17, 2012

Tanks, SWAT Teams, Surveillance Helicopters: Cities Already Turning Into Mini-Police States for the Political Conventions, Alternet, January 10, 2012

Madness: Even School Children Are Being Pepper-Sprayed and Shocked with Tasers, Alternet, December 21, 2011

Pepper Spray, Tasers, and LRADs — What’s Behind the Explosion of ‘Less Lethal’ Weapons for Crowd Control?, Alternet,  December 5, 2011

The Shocking Ways the Corporate Prison Industry Games the System, Alternet, November 29, 2011

20 Years in Prison for Sending Your Kids to the Wrong School? Inequality in School Systems Leads Parents to Big Risks, Alternet, October 18, 2011

Food Emergency: How the World Bank and IMF Have Made African Famine Inevitable, Alternet, September 8, 2011

New Drug Tests Target the Poor, In These Times, September 2011

The 99%: How the Occupy Wall Street Movement is Changing America, from AlterNet books, Fall 2011, Contributing Editor, author:

“Three Remarkable Occupations You Haven’t Heard Enough About”

“Four Occupations Embracing the Homeless”

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