A short video on Noam Chomsky’s book Manufacturing Consent, a seminal work on mainstream journalism and its role in the mechanics of power.
Nation states are a relatively new concept; migration is as old as humanity. By Gary Younge.
An honest politician comes along, upsets the bankers and the rich, and the media goes into overdrive to portray him as a clown.
British sports stars should follow the example of those in the US ‘taking a knee’ in protest against racial injustice in America.
BBC News is a power-friendly view of the world that allows the state and private interests to pursue business as usual.
This is the last personal essay about race I will ever write, says poet, author, musician Musa Okwonga
“His defence of bankers’ greed is Bullingdon morality, pure and simple.”
Shockingly, there are a lot of Jewish people who will still talk about Israel as, like, our happy-go-lucky homeland.
Every argument Catalans have ever put forward for wanting to leave Spain was borne out by what happened on 1 October 2017.
Around the world, winning is a moral imperative for the left. The stakes are too high, and time is too short, to settle for anything less.
Donald Trump is not a presidential abberation, he is the symptom and caricature of an enduring system of US conquest and extremism.
The roots of a crime that killed over 80 people lie in the virulent disdain and contempt, bordering on hatred, of working class and poor people.
Over 50 million people are on the move. Instead of building walls and fences to keep them out, imagine there were no borders.
The main threat to world peace comes from the US’s record of unilateral military actions – exactly as those who opposed them warned at the time.
McDonald’s staff are making history by striking fighting for £10 an hour pay – their boss earns £5,684 in the same time.
did ahmed not deserve a life? / ahmed never hurt a fly / ahmed never knew the politicians he was murdered by
The EU referendum and Brexit have sparked debate about Britain’s relationship with the world and uncertainty about migration.
Because I am old, now 94, says Harry Leslie Smith, I recognise these omens of doom. Chilling signs are everywhere.
To any who claim supremacy over other human beings, to any who believe in racial or religious hierarchy: we are not you.