Judges share the blame for America’s burgeoning incarcerated population.
The Justice Department should stop targeting hardworking Americans and start protecting us from actual threats.
Join us for a film and panel discussion as a pre-event leading to Occupy The U.S. Justice Department on, April 24th, the birthday of Mumia Abu Jamal. Justice on Trial navigates the tempest of the Abu-Jamal trial by reviewing the known facts of the case. It demonstrates that the major violations in the Abu-Jamal case — judicial bias, prosecutorial misconduct, racial discrimination in jury selection, police corruption and tampering with evidence to obtain a conviction– are not special to this case.
Using drugs to help you play a game better isn’t the equivalent of selling crack cocaine to a teenager.
What will we say when other governments follow our example by providing immunity from prosecution to torturers?
Agribusiness mergers in the last 20 years have placed the majority of the world’s food in the hands of a small number of corporations.
How many more farmers must commit suicide before Congress addresses this crisis?
We may have the first chance in decades for every level of our government to seriously address the grievous effects agribusiness monopolization on consumers, farmers, and our environment.