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Supreme Court set to rule on criminalizing homelessness

The Supreme Court is set to decide on a decision for Johnson vs. Grants Pass on June 30, 2024. The case surrounds the rights of unhoused people. Johnson v. Grants Pass is a court case that was filed originally in 2018. The original case argued that it is cruel and unusual punishment to arrest or ticket people for sleeping outside …


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Israel’s torture of UNRWA Palestinian employees

After starving Palestinians in Gaza, Israel and its collaborator governments, such as the US, Canada, and the UK, designated the UN agency UNRWA (United Nations United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees) a terrorist group. The US, Canada, and others then halted funding towards UNRWA. UNRWA supports around six million refugees who live in and outside of Palestine. …


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The colonization of Hawai’i

The recent wildfire situation is Hawai’i has cast a magnifying glass effect on the issues facing Hawai’i. What many Americans don’t know is that Hawai’i is widely considered by native Hawaiians as an occupied territory. This article will go over how Hawai’i was taken over by the US, and illegally annexed into US territory.  By the year 1810, a Hawaiian …