POSTSCRIPT : Activist faces possibility of censorship over Progress Queens interview about BDS advocacy

POSTSCRIPT : Activist faces possibility of censorship over Progress Queens interview about BDS advocacy

Pauline Park, a leading activist for LGBT equality, faces the possibility of censorship following publication of a Progress Queens interview about baseless attacks aimed at her over her support of the boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) movement.

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Documentary about activist Pauline Park reveals a personal tale that never strays far from politics

Documentary about activist Pauline Park reveals a personal tale that never strays far from politics

The LGBTQ activist Pauline Park, a Korean-born adoptee, is the subject of a short documentary, which focused on her search for information about her birth family. In portraying personal details about her life, the film never strayed far from politics.

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Invoking identity politics, Eric Adams accuses his critics from the Black community with racial insensitivity

Invoking identity politics, Eric Adams accuses his critics from the Black community with racial insensitivity

To defend himself from what critics said was a record of economic neoliberalism, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams accused his critics, many of whom are Black or Latina/o, of being insensitive to the racism with which he has contended.

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New York bill on boycotts may have criminal implications for human rights activists [Corrected]

New York bill on boycotts may have criminal implications for human rights activists [Corrected]

The New York State Senate passed a bill that will retaliate against human rights activists advocating for a boycott of Israel and other nations by creating a McCarthyite list of activists and banning New York State from doing business with the activists.

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