I am honored to be included in this new publication and art exhibit featuring poets from across America and the world coming together to address the meaning and the effects of building THE WALL.
Protests articles on Democracy Chronicles
Political protests are a human right, political right and civil liberty to come together and collectively express, promote, pursue and defend common interest. Today, pro-democracy protests are under threat. Also take a look at our articles on the Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Turkey, and the Tea Party.
Report includes insights gleaned from almost 100 interviews, 54 essays and 26 ‘democracy dialogues’ from across the world to discuss the state of democracy.
I was lucky enough to attend the “Peace Congress to End U.S. Wars at Home and Abroad” that took place in Washington D.C. on November 9th. I livestreamed the morning session.
Tibetan exiles say this is the 153rd instance of self-immolation since 2009. Most of the people who have set themselves on fire have died.
Columbia Journalism Review has unveiled a first-of-its-kind “News Stand” in Manhattan to educate voters on how to identify disinformation.
Protests following the October 7 re-election of Cameroon’s Dictator, Biya to step down seek safer grounds to avoid arrests and crackdown by security forces.
Hundreds of people, most of them youths, Saturday marched and sang in the streets of Cameroon’s economic capital city Douala, to demand Biya’s resignation.
Hashem Khastar, unionist representing teachers in Iran’s northeastern Razavi Khorasan province, detained in Iran this year while promoting teachers’ rights.
Police fire on Haitians on Wednesday demanding, in protest, transparency from the government regarding the alleged misuse of $3.8 billion in oil profits.
Intolerance of dissidents by and arresting of dozens of protesters this week in Zimbabwe amidst political and economic crisis is more unsettling.