Journalist and documentary filmmaker Eleanor Goldfield discusses her new film and how West Virginia became a microcosm for working class exploitation at the hands of corporate America.
We have more in common with the Venezuelan people than we do with our own government. From this understanding, we can build real solidarity, and defy the coups against us and our counterparts around the globe.
There's an office that you go to to overthrow a government. CIA Whistleblower John Kiriakou stands in front of a packed house in the Chavez Room at the Venezuelan Embassy. A mural of Hugo Chavez looks on from the back wall. Bookcases stand empty, a fitting sign of the bumbling idiocy of empire. The lobby has been converted into a makeshift gallery: