29 Jne 2016 — TRNN
Economist Richard Wolff says the old European elite believed it could fix their broken capitalism on the backs of the masses and that has proved to be a fatal mistake
16 June 2016 — Climate & Capitalism
“In the opening pages, I immediately recognized that here was an author who actually gets what the ‘Anthropocene’ entails both in terms of the physical science and the political economy of our times and conveys this in such a readable and accessible style.”
3 June 2016 — amovingimagefilm.com
A Multimedia Feature Film about Gentrification in Brixton, South London and beyond.
World Premiere at The LA Film Festival 2016 (World Fiction competition) 5th June 2pm j.mp/ami-la-tickets
Written/Directed by Shola Amoo and Produced by Rienkje Attoh.
Starring Tanya Fear
26 March 2016 — CommonDreams.org
Rare or Routine? Video Captures ‘Cold-Blooded Execution’ By Israeli Soldier By Jon Queally
The release of video footage showing the extrajudicial killing of a wounded Palestinian man on Thursday has led to the arrest of the Israeli Defense Force soldier who pulled the trigger, but rights groups say the documented incident only confirms their warnings regarding how the Israeli military routinely behaves in the Occupied Palestinian Territories when cameras are not rolling.
5 February 2016 — The Real News Network
UK Rejects UN Ruling that Assange Detention Is Illegal
After the UN finds Assange to be arbitrarily detained, Assange attorney Carey Shenkman explains how the UK is undermining the authority of the UN while simultaneously relying on it to release detained UK citizens Continue reading this...
24 January 2016 — The Real News Network
The Empire Files: Examining the Syrian War Chessboard
Having gone far beyond an internal political struggle, the war is marked by a complex array of forces that the U.S. Empire hopes to command. Abby Martin interviews Vijay Prashad, professor of International Studies at Trinity College and author of Arab Spring, Libyan Winter.
8 December 2015 — The Real News Network
At the People’s Climate Summit in Paris, Exxon-Mobil Put on Trial
Following revelations that Exxon buried extensive scientific evidence of the dangers posed by greenhouse gas emissions, author-activists Naomi Klein and Bill McKibben led a mock prosecution of the world’s largest publicly-traded oil and gas company in a working-class city near the venue of COP21