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Past articles by Adam:

A New Wave of Pan-Africanism Seeks to Combat Global Anti-Black Racism

The pandemic has restricted global air travel, but Pan-Africanism is not defeated -- it constitutes a growing force. → Read More

The 2020 Candidates Are Ignoring Guantánamo

Perpetual war, Guantánamo and indefinite detention have become permanent features of U.S. foreign policy. → Read More

FBI-CIA Collaboration Reveals Blatant Illegitimacy of Guantánamo Trials

The military commissions system is a kangaroo court designed to cover-up CIA torture. → Read More

Black Americans' Median Wealth Could Disappear in One Generation

Intergenerational wealth, which slavery enabled white families to accumulate, contributes to the racial wealth gap. → Read More

One Year in, Trump's Guantánamo Policy Is an Echo of Bush

The vicious policy of torture endures. → Read More

Trump Exploits New York Attacks to Promote Guantánamo and Perpetual War

The public must challenge and resist these policies. → Read More

Federal Housing Assistance Mostly Helps the Wealthy

It's time to push for program's like renter's tax credit. → Read More

Skyrocketing Rents in California Signal a Broader US Housing Crisis

Rent control activists are also pushing for community land trusts and city-owned housing to abate the housing crisis. → Read More

Tortured and Wrongly Held at Guantánamo for 14 Years, Abdul Zahir Now Has Freedom, but No Justice

The cruelty of Guantánamo and the policies of indefinite detention and torture will likely continue under Trump. → Read More

Guantánamo and the 2016 Election

The prospect of closing Guantanamo looks bleaker now than it did when Obama became president in 2009. → Read More

Will Guantánamo Ever Close? Fourteen Years After Prison's Opening, Indefinite Detention Persists

President Obama's plan to close the US military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, amounts to merely relocating it to US soil. → Read More

In Pivot to Asia, US Military Reinforces Its Foothold in the Pacific

China's increasing naval power in the Asia-Pacific worries the US military establishment, as it could upset US naval hegemony. → Read More

Big Water vs. the National Parks: The Fight Against Bottled Water Goes Federal

Major corporations are fighting the National Park Service's efforts to ban the sale of bottled water in national parks. → Read More

With Soaring Rents and a Vanishing Middle Class, San Francisco Becomes a City for the Rich

Long-time city residents are being pushed out and replaced by the super-rich, often due to government policy. → Read More

Trading Black Sites for NATO Membership: Eastern Europe's Role in the US Torture Program

While the US has done essentially nothing to reckon with its "black site" torture program, Europe has not been transparent about its role in CIA-sponsored torture, either. In order to move forward, accountability is needed on both continents. → Read More

Restaurant Sales Now Surpass Grocery Sales

Even though the restaurant industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the US economy, there is still deep racial and gender segregation within it, according to a newly released report. → Read More

Court Appeal Highlights Poland's Role in CIA Torture Program

A Polish district court has rejected an appeal to investigate alleged abuses against Guantanamo prisoner Mustafa al-Hawsawi. → Read More

People's Tribunal Decries US War Machine in the Philippines

At a people's tribunal, jurors condemned the Philippine and US governments for human rights violations against the Filipino people. → Read More

What Are the US's Real Plans for Guantánamo?

The US policy of indefinite detention will continue on US soil and the US naval base will remain in Cuba. → Read More

Tenants in San Francisco Fight Back Against Nuisance Evictions

San Francisco tenants are refusing to allow landlords to displace them from rent-controlled units in order to raise rents. → Read More