Bolivia’s socialist government confronts separatist, racist uprising / by W. T. Whitney Jr.

A banner reads ‘2023 census now!’ at a blockade on a Santa Cruz street. | via Twitter With the exception of a coup-government interregnum in 2019-2021, the Movement Toward Socialism political party (MAS) has headed Bolivia’s government since the beginning of Evo Morales’s presidency in 2006. The MAS government now led by President Luis ArceContinue reading “Bolivia’s socialist government confronts separatist, racist uprising / by W. T. Whitney Jr.”

Indian boarding schools report details horror of Indigenous dispossession and genocide in U.S. / by Albert Bender

A photograph archived at the Center for Southwest Research at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque shows a group of Indigenous students forced to attend Ramona Industrial School in Santa Fe in the late 19th century. | Susan Montoya Bryan / AP The recent Federal Indian Boarding School Initiative Investigative Report has garnered mixed responses, ranging from being characterized asContinue reading “Indian boarding schools report details horror of Indigenous dispossession and genocide in U.S. / by Albert Bender”