Scholars Robin D.G. Kelley and Lara Kiswani say the fight for anti-colonial studies continues.
Israeli soldier forced to pay legal costs of Palestinian American she tried to sue.
Educators, activists fight to protect ethnic studies from political meddling.
Reading Time: 7 minutesTimes are good for Garrett Camp.
Reading Time: 4 minutesThe following is WhoWhatWhy contributor Steve Pizzo’s firsthand account of what it’s like to watch the world go up in flames. Well, folks
Reading Time: 5 minutesThe focus of news reports on the most recent California wildfires is on the tens of thousands of people who had to flee their homes. Much less attention is being paid to those battling these fires on the front lines.
Reading Time: 5 minutesThe Santa Ana “devil winds” that race through California’s mountain canyons at 60 mph, blasting desert air across a desiccated landscape, need only a spark to whip up a devastating inferno.
California education department must resist Israel lobby pressure.
A California settlement could lead to a massive voter roll purge after conservative watchdog groups, news outlets, and right-leaning politicians claim state election officials aren’t doing enough to maintain the state’s voter rolls.Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group, sued California in 2017, claiming 11 counties in the state had more registered voters than eligible residents.
Professors at Pitzer College urge administration to suspend programs in which not all students can participate.
California community college faculty pass BDS resolution as University of California students launch collective divestment campaign.
Amer Othman Adi faces deportation after decades as a beloved member of Ohio community.
Editor’s note: Pot is back in the news following Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s announcement that federal prosecutors will once again pursue marijuana cases in states where the drug has been legalized. That doesn’t sit well with the affected states, which hope to amass additional tax revenue from the pot businesses now legal under state laws. That leads one WhoWhatWhy contributor to ask: “Are they all high?”
As the most populous state in the country by far — and a leader in innovations — California is always worth watching. In no situation is that more true than in its attempts to fix its voting system. Sometimes, however, those efforts prove to be entirely counterproductive.In response to reports from US intelligence that Russia interfered with the 2016 election, election officials across the country are striving to fortify their security procedures.
Party members rapidly shifting their opinions about US support for Israeli policies.
We Are Change In a new shocking undercover video by the Center for Medical Progress, a former Planned Parenthood abortionist explains how the abortion provider would dodge state law and employees would forcibly rip apart aborted babies.
We Are Change On Friday afternoon, the perfect time in the news cycle to make an announcement that you want buried, Donald Trump announced that he has decided not to debate Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
Anti-BDS legislation also introduced in California by lawmaker who says Israel has “divine right” to West Bank.
We Are Change In this video Luke Rudkowski tells you about the breaking news of the mysterious light that many people saw in California and confused as a possible UFO or alien. We talk about this secret government operation that was done without warning and the implications of this being done in plain sight of everyone to see.
Saturday August 16, 2014 20:21 by Celine Hagbard – IMEMC News The cargo ship ‘Zim’ from Israel was set to dock in the Oakland port on Saturday morning. But activists have claimed credit for an announced delay in the ship’s docking, and are planning to stop the ship wherever it tries to dock. Logo […]