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Candice Bernd
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The Intercept 23h
Beyond BuzzFeed: The 10 worst, most embarrassing U.S. media failures on the Trump/Russia story by
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Bill Ivey Jan 16
A friend in LA says this article is one of the best explanations she's seen in print of why she's striking.
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Dahr Jamail Jan 17
Speaking some truth to power about my new book on the MSM earlier today:
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Truthout Jan 17
BREAKING: Three Chicago police who were on trial for their role in covering up the murder of Laquan McDonald have been found not guilty.
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Women's Refugee Commission Jan 17
2,737 children were identified by the government to have been separated from their families between May and June 2018. "However, this number does not represent the full scope of family separations," the OIG statement reads. Imagine. Just imagine.
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Candice Bernd Jan 16
Replying to @GarrettGraham1
Liking a Star Wars movie doesn't qualify as a controversial film opinion.
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Sarah Kendzior Jan 15
It feels like there are two parallel political Twitters: the one of 2020 candidates running in a flawed yet essentially stable future US. And the current reality: a constitutional crisis, a catastrophic federal shutdown, and an existential threat to our country's survival.
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Adam H. Johnson Jan 14
Replying to @adamjohnsonNYC
people don’t talk enough about how charter school zealots unironically argue all the time the 1,836 people who died in Katrina were totally worth it
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Truthout Jan 14
About 33,000 unionized teachers are walking out of classrooms across more than 1,000 Los Angeles schools today in their first strike in 30 years.
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Candice Bernd Jan 14
The is about much more than salaries and class sizes: Teachers are also greatly concerned about the expansion of charters in LA, and what they see as a privatization scheme by district officials. My latest:
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David Sirota Jan 6
A terrifying possibility that rarely gets discussed: Dems electing an elite-coddling corporatist in 2020 who doesnt deliver transformative policies that help millions of people, and the GOP then using the backlash to that failure to elect a smarter, more extreme version of Trump.
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The Ring of Fire Dec 31
Will For Profit Prison Reform Bring The Prison Home?
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Thom Hartmann Dec 28
Will for Profit Prison Reform Bring the Prison Home? (w/Candice Bernd)
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Lauren McGaughy Dec 20
NEW: For years, inmates have said it gets extremely hot — and cold — in Texas prisons. So, why then, is the state not taking the temperature inside? Read the latest deep dive into the conditions behind bars.
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The Associated Press Dec 25
BREAKING: U.S. immigration authorities say an 8-year-old boy from Guatemala has died in government custody. It's the second instance this month of an immigrant child dying while being detained.
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Kit O'Connell Dec 20
Holy shit, y'all: The USA just legalized industrial . Here's my analysis for , with numerous expert interviews:
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Candice Bernd Dec 19
What are the long-term tradeoffs of the First Step Act's immediate relief for a relatively small number of federal prisoners? Organizers with and the 's National Immigration Project spoke with me for my latest:
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Truthout Dec 19
First Step Act Has Sinister Implications for the Poor and Marginalized | Report by
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Anton Woronczuk Dec 16
I interviewed about his latest book "Burning Up: A Global History of Fossil Fuel Consumption" for
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Nathalie Baptiste Dec 14
-All 7 of the people sentenced to death in Texas in 2018 are men of color. -Of the last 19 people sentenced to death in Harris County, 15 were black men. -Black people make up 12.6% of the population of Texas, but 44% of the state's death row.
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