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Results for 11-Sep
- Purvi Shah / To shine a light / It is not that
Poems pass through moments, as do our lives. Both poetry and justice necessitate a vision, a series of quiet actions built from contemplation and our own observations. Both poetry & justice necessitate desires, this wanting & wanting more, this ...
- Long-Distance Radicalism: In Conversation with SAMAR’s Virtual Editorial Collective
Anantha Sudhakar's "Long-Distance Radicalism: In Conversation with SAMAR’s Virtual Editorial Collective," provides a glimpse of SAMAR's volunteer editorial collective, which has sustained the magazine over the past 20 years and ...
- To celebrate our 20th year, SAMAR collaborates with the SAADA, the South Asian American Digital Archives! Check out an issue from 2002!
In honor of SAMAR's 20th year, we bring you an issue from the past via SAADA, the South Asian American Digital Archives! ...
- Letters to a Desi Radical (in the Making): Review of Uncle Swami: South Asians in America Today by Vijay Prashad
Junaid Rana gives his take on Vijay Prashad's latest text, Uncle Swami ...
- September 11th and the Future We've Built
The passage of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) this New Year's eve signals that rather than closing the facility, the government is interested in finding new uses for Guantánamo. We thought it would be worthwhile to revisit Ramzi ...
- 'There are No Rules Here:' A Visitor's Guide to Guantanamo and the Military Commissions
In 2006, two attorneys observed military commissions for four weeks in Guantanamo Bay. We revisit their conclusions that the detentions and legal process afforded the detainees held there harm the U.S.'s already diminishing reputation as a leader ...
- Voices Of Resistance 10: Arts and 9/11
A reflection on SAPAC's visual arts exhibit and performance event, Voices of Resistance 10:Revision ...
- Enemy Alien
After the 9/11 attacks, the U.S. government adopted a policy of singling out and deporting all deportable persons in the United States from Muslim and Arab countries. Caught up in this dragnet, Palestinian activist Farouk Abdel-Muhti was arrested and ...
- The Islamophobic Warriors
Yet the ranks of the Islamophobic phalanx goes beyond the evangelical right and the Tea Party movement. Among their cadre are fixtures of the security establishment, the foreign policy elite and the academy. ...
- Wrestling the Dinosaur: Reflections on the Post 9/11 Decade
American imperialism is like a dinosaur fighting extinction. There are two long term trajectories that have continuously intersected and are leading to its failure - the “super power” infrastructure of mass violence that gave rise to insurgents and the ...