Migration as Sign of Climate-Change Impact in the Global South / by W. T. Whitney Jr.

Source: The African Union Mission in Somalia U.S. government programs for migrants who crossed the U.S. southern border are punitive and disjointed. Left-leaning political groupings may criticize, but they too have fallen short in conceptualizing lives of dignity for migrants in the United States. Nor do they adequately take into account adverse circumstances weighing onContinue reading “Migration as Sign of Climate-Change Impact in the Global South / by W. T. Whitney Jr.”

The Plum / by Ilka Oliva Corado

Chronicle of an indigenous undocumented immigrant in the United States. Guillermina leaves the grocery bags on the table and hurriedly takes out a plum, washes it and takes a bite. The juice drips from the corner of her lips. She closes her eyes and savors its sweetness slowly. She is grateful for the hands thatContinue reading “The Plum / by Ilka Oliva Corado”

Commentary: When a Country That’s Orchestrated Many Coups Has One of Its Own / by Amy Goodman and Dennis Moynihan

Trump supporters clash with police and security forces as people try to storm the US Capitol on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Photo: Brent Stirton/Getty Images) Originally published in Common Dreams, July 16, 2022 The United States has a long history of organizing, funding, arming and actively perpetrating coups against democratically elected governments. “AllContinue reading “Commentary: When a Country That’s Orchestrated Many Coups Has One of Its Own / by Amy Goodman and Dennis Moynihan”