Ghosts of Iguala – Mexico: Case Unravels In Dissappearance of 43 Students

By Ryan Devereaux published on the Intercept with help from Andalusia Knoll and probably others Read Part 1 here  THE NIGHTMARE BEGAN just after sundown. At a dimly lit intersection in Iguala, police with automatic weapons surrounded three buses loaded with college students. The police opened fire. Screaming that they were unarmed, the students fled down darkened… Continue reading Ghosts of Iguala – Mexico: Case Unravels In Dissappearance of 43 Students

“This is not just Baltimore’s problem, like it wasn’t just Ferguson. This is racism in America.”

Dear Friend, I’m from a majority Black and highly segregated city near Baltimore. Wilmington, Delaware had the longest domestic military occupation since the Civil War when the National Guard occupied the city for 9 months in 1968 after Dr. King was assassinated– the longest occupation until New Orleans post-Katrina, that is. Old money white wealth… Continue reading “This is not just Baltimore’s problem, like it wasn’t just Ferguson. This is racism in America.”