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COVID-19: Seeds of Revolution Grown on Capitalism’s Corpse? by Gilbert Mercier

The World Has Loved, Hated and Envied the US - Now, For The First Time, We Pity It by Fintan O'Toole

In Conversation: Chauncey DeVega & Chris Hedges – A Preview of Things to Come

Almost Famous: The Story of Ed Dwight Jr.

How Racism Makes Us Sick

Requiem for the American Dream

Poet’s Nook:” Come to Me with that which I have not” by Sadiq M Alam

COVID-19 & Imperialism: The Coming Disaster & Revolt

The Settler Colonialism Project by Frank Joyce

Michael Moore Presents: Planet of the Humans

Educational Apartheid in America

Poet’s Nook: ‘The Judges’ by Pablo Neruda

The Case for Professors of Stupidity by Brian Gallagher

Musings

Coronavirus and the Radical Religious Right’s Bumbling Messiah

Depopulation of Africa As Official Policy For Resources In The Industrial World

Poet's Nook: "Desiderata" by Max Ehrmann

No Justice, No Peace / Know Justice, Know Peace

Dr. Arikana Chihombori-Quoa Speaks!

On My Bookshelf: "Hiding In Plain Sight" by Sarah Kendzior

Poet’s Nook: “Being Human” by Guarionex Delgado

Technology and Society by Neil Postman

Aldous Huxley and Brave New World: The Dark Side of Pleasure

Dark Clouds and Silver Linings

King Covid Rules by Satya Sagar

To Change the World, Change Your Illusions

Zoombombing University Lectures Brings Racism Home by Oneka LaBennett

Chris Hedges & Lee Camp, et al:Money Alone Cannot Overcome Coronavirus Crisis

New York City Goes Quiet

Musings

RECONSTRUCTION: AMERICA AFTER THE CIVIL WAR

Noam Chomsky on Trump’s Disastrous Coronavirus Response, Bernie Sanders & What Gives Him Hope

Dr. Bandy Lee: "Trump is Exhibiting 'Anti-Human' Tendencies"

The Last Bookstore