Friday, May 2, 2008

If you're going to read stuff online

Check out William Blum's latest newsletter, published, appropriately enough, on May Day.

Tariq Ali revisits 1968.

John Ross hears some bad jazz in New Orleans and sings the NAFTA blues.

Sami al-Haj was finally sprung from the Guantánamo gulag. I've shared with y'all his story before.

Remember that carne asada is not a crime, no matter what a bunch of corrupt city council members in Los Angeles may wish us to believe.

In the mood for something scholarly? Available readily online is Derek Hook's article, Frantz Fanon, Steve Biko, 'psychopolitics', and critical psychology.

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