Prisoner Robert Taliaferro discusses how racism and xenophobia are alive and well in the U.S., and take many forms, both blatant and subtle.
Justice still denied for Stephon WattsJanuary 28, 2017
The murder by police of African-American autistic boy Stephon Watts shows the need to change by direct action the way this society responds to people with mental and physical disabilities.
Editorial: Chicago’s racism on trialJanuary 23, 2016
On the deadly racism of the Chicago and U.S. police and the creative response from those struggling against it.
Nate Wilks’ life mattersSeptember 3, 2015
A report of the protest in Oakland, Calif., over the police killing of Nathaniel WIlks.
Readers’ Views, September-October 2014, Part IAugust 31, 2014
From the September-October 2014 issue of News & Letters
U.S. CRISES: RACISM, POLICE, LABOR STRUGGLES
New York News and Letters Committee prepared a flyer on Eric Garner (see: “NYC Police murder Eric Garner” this issue) headlined: “Wanted For Murder: Daniel Pantaleo.” It denounced the fact that the cops who killed Garner are [=>]