Subject: Two USA TODAY Network reporters arrested, released after covering Andrew Brown Jr. protest
Subject: "Engage" - a music video about the perils of monetary inflation
Subject: YouTube Censoring Israel Coverage By Independent News
Subject: The Israel Lobby Is Trampling On Free Speech
Subject: A Libertarian Perspective On The Situation In Palestine
Subject: Remember the Freedom Riders — and how police and the FBI colluded in the attacks against them
Subject: He Lost His Eye After a Cop Allegedly Fired a Tear Gas Canister at His Face. The Officer Says He Has Qualified Immunity.
Subject: Most Americans aren't blind to the financial aristocracy: 411 people explain who counts as "elite"
Subject: 'I was just canceled.': An interview with Emily Wilder, the recent Stanford grad who was fired from AP over criticisms of Israel
Subject: Gates Unhinged: Dystopian Vision for Agrifood Must Not Succeed--high-tech/data conglomerates, including Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook and Google, have joined traditional agribusiness giants, such as Corteva (Dow-DuPont), Bayer (Monsanto), Cargill and Syngenta
Subject: Politics ‘Twisting the Arms of Citizens Works’: Bloomberg News Calls For Mandatory COVID Shots
Subject: Emails show DEA’s “covert surveillance” of racial justice protesters in Philadelphia, Chicago, Albuquerque
Subject: ‘We are Palestine’ graffiti lands Kashmiri artist into jail
Subject: Total Tyranny: We’ll All Be Targeted under the Government’s New Precrime Program
Subject: Leaks show DC cops justify ‘aggressive’ protest tactics: Expert
Subject: Police told man the container in his car tested positive for drugs. It was his daughter's ashes.
Subject: The stifling of protest around the world paves the road for authoritarian rule: One year after the murder of George Floyd, we should be honoring the actions that made his name a global call to action instead of targeting those who speak out
Subject: Florida's ban on bans will test First Amendment rights of social media companies
Subject: Commerce Department security unit evolved into counterintelligence-like operation, Washington Post examination found
Subject: Police in Oregon are searching cellphones daily and straining civil rights