The police officer charged with the murder of a Yamatji woman wants the trial moved from Perth to Geraldton. Deborah Green explains this would prejudice the outcome of the case due to the town's renown racism.
US President Donald Trump has done his utmost to encourage far-right militia groups by rationalising their actions and expressing a broad ideological continuity with the white nationalist philosophy that underscores them, writes Rupen Savoulian.
A Baakindji woman and water activist has been unfairly charged for a protest in March. Supporters plan to gather outside the court, reports Paul Oboohov.
Jono Mi Lo and Dirk Kelly discuss American Carnage, a short documentary looking at the renewal of the Black Lives Matter movement, particularly in the United States.
Trump's demagogic intervention dominated the recent Republican Convention, writes Barry Sheppard.
Activist and writer David Graeber called himself a “small ‘a’ anarchist”, eschewed dogma and demonstrated a willingness to look beyond labels to the actual praxis of groups and individuals, writes John Tully.
August marked one year since the racist attacks on West Papuan students in Surabaya sparked a new uprising. Green Left spoke to Indonesian human rights lawyer Veronica Koman about the escalating conflict in West Papua and prospects for independence.
The contrasting treatment by the police of the white vigilante and Jacob Blake make clear the double standard of “race” and racism in the United States, writes Malik Miah.
Dave Zirin argues striking players are posing the question that all great strikes pose: “Which side are you on?”
The police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, has sparked a new round of Black Lives Matter protests, writes Peter Boyle.