Category: Guest

Gallery: Rally for Refugees in Utica

Photos by Stephanie Inserra and Harold Cribb Pictures taken of the Rally for Refugees in Utica’s Oneida Square. The rally, sponsored by local groups such as The Herkimer-Oneida Green Party, Central New York Citizens in Action, Love and Rage, Mohawk Valley Freedom School and members of local chapters […]

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 […]

Syrian Refugee Crisis has Native Roots

by Doug George-Kanentiio/Guest Any Native person who knows their history can see the similarities between the massive influx of refugees into Europe from Africa and Syria. They know that the European powers met after WWI to carve up the Middle East into areas of self-interest based upon the exploitation […]