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December 22, 2022

Opinion: Addicted to Regurgitation – Churnalists at Large

Everyone’s doing it. And everyone knows that it’s wrong. Churnalism is a big part of our media cycle, and like all things, it’s getting worse. Churnalism is nothing more than an attempt to get clicks by repeating what everyone else says

A Person in uniform with protective gearHandles Raw Meat

December 22, 2022

Under the Flesh of an Industrial Slaughterhouse

(BE’ER SHEVA, Israel) — In Harper’s Magazine’s May 2013 cover story, “The Way of All Flesh,” American author and journalist […]

Inglewood Oil Field

December 19, 2022

Los Angeles City Council To Phase Out Oil Drilling

The Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted to ban the drilling of new oil and gas wells and will eventually shut down production of the drills currently in use. This ban comes after county residents in marginalized communities surrounding the area voiced concerns about the effects of oil drilling on their health. Activist groups and advocates for a healthier environment like Stand-LA, an acronym for Stand Together Against Neighborhood Drilling, and Black Women for Wellness, a Stand-LA coalition member, have led the charge.

December 18, 2022

From Early Preparations to Argentina’s Victory: World Cup 2022 in Pictures

Messi's Argentina won the 2022 World Cup by penalties against France.

December 18, 2022

These Mexican Fans Brought a Special Charm to the 2022 World Cup – In Pictures

Around fifty to ninety thousand Mexican fans were expected to attend this year's World Cup in Qatar.