At the end of the day, on Nov. 3, the greatest way to have rebelled against Trump’s suppressive tactics is to have voted in this election.
Vedat Demir, who was a visiting scholar-in-residence at Ithaca College from 2012–14 and researched political communication in federal election campaigns, has been imprisoned in Turkey without a set end-date.
I looked around the crowd and saw mostly familiar faces. Our words were not falling on any new ears, let alone any ears belonging to a person who had the authority to create immediate action and change.
The reason behind the protest is not just to express Hong Kong people’s voices. It is to raise awareness for the rest of the world about how China is treating Hong Kong.
Contributing writer Brandon Adelbock spoke with Robert McChesney about his media policy work, his recent books and the non-profit organization Free Press.
Hugo Chavez, Venezuela’s self-proclaimed “Bolivarian” leader, passed away March 5, leaving many around the world asking: What will Venezuela look like without Chavez? Chavez, who led the country since taking power in 1998, seems to be just as divisive in death as he was when he was alive. Even his interim successor was contentious. Chavez…
Democracy Now! co-host Juan Gonzalez comes to Ithaca College to discuss “The Epic Story of Race and U.S. Media.” Get an inside look at his Q&A with senior journalism major Nicole Orgrysko and speech in Emerson Suites this past Monday.