Month: November 2015

The Lead Catastrophe in Utica

by Lana Nitti/Love and Rage Two years ago I was sent a very interesting piece of investigative journalism from USA Today entitled, “Ghost Factories”. This article looked at the societal impacts of formerly unknown lead smelters throughout the United States. It also detailed ongoing and intentional failure on […]

What Became of Occupy Wall Street?

by Arun Gupta/Telesur Far from fizzling, the movement has a contested legacy that continues to shape the political landscape. One of the more puzzling aspects about Occupy Wall Street is not that there was a moment when millions of people hoped or feared it might overthrow the rule […]