Weeksville, a Haven for Free African-Americans Before the Civil War, Is Fighting for Survival
A budget shortfall threatens Weeksville Heritage Center and the historic remains of a community founded in Brooklyn after slavery was abolished in New York State.
In Defiance of a Cruel God — Why Hong Kong Fights On
Bang! Out of the corner of my eye, I managed to see where the blast came from: A riot policeman fired something from the balcony of Mong Kok Police Station. Someone screamed. Adrenaline flushed through my body as I began to run away with the masses. “Everyone, c’mon, retreat in an orderly fashion!” one ostensibly […]
The World Food Prize Should Help Farmers Fight Climate Change
Robert Leonard and Matt Russell argue that the World Food Prize is an opportunity to rewrite the playbook to empower farmers.
How one Hong Kong banker trained for a prize fight
Steve Friel, who works for a fund manager, is one of the city's financiers training rigorously for a shot at glory in the ring.
The Unlikely Populist: John Tsang's Fight for Hong Kong's Top Job
The former Financial Secretary has earned the support of Hong Kong people — but can he win?
7 Ways Hong Kong Protesters Used Low-Tech Hacks to Fight Back
For the past month, the people of Hong Kong have used some ingenious methods to withstand a high-tech police force.
Hong Kong and Russia protesters fight for democracy. The West should listen and learn.
They’re reminding us why we shouldn’t take democracy for granted.
Photos: Hong Kong police and students are fighting a war in one of the city’s top universities
For two days, police fired multiple rounds of tear gas into the Chinese University of Hong Kong's campus, as students retaliated with bricks and molotov cocktails.
Hundreds arrested, but 100 remain holed up at Hong Kong university
As a university siege continues, China says Hong Kong can't overturn ban on masks at protests.
Why Political Struggle Sessions Won't Work in Hong Kong
A veteran political commentator hits out at concerted attempts by Hong Kong and Chinese officials to smear law professor and democracy campaigner Benny Tai.
China Hints at Political Clampdown as Hong Kong Protests Enter Fifth Month
Rights observers say there were several incidents in which police used 'disproportionate' force against Halloween protesters and bar-goers.
Privacy Is Over. We Must Fight Harder Than Ever To Protect Our Civil Liberties.
Once upon a time, privacy was everyone's default setting. Imagine an era when most letters and ledgers existed only in
More Than 100,000 Mark Massacre Anniversary in Hong Kong Vigil
But the vigil is increasingly regarded as irrelevant by a younger generation of Hong Kong democracy and rights activists.
How China Uses Twitter And Facebook To Share Disinformation About Hong Kong
Earlier this month, Chinese state media launched a domestic blitz depicting the Hong Kong protests as riots funded by the CIA. China-linked social media
Why Do So Many Leftists Reject America?
The United States of America is, among many other things, a nation, and the Left has long made clear its contempt for nationalism, patriotism, and other relics of what it considers to be humanity…
LeBron James grilled NBA commissioner on why Daryl Morey wasn't punished for pro-Hong Kong tweet
Video: Hong Kong police use pepper spray on a pregnant woman before tackling her to the ground
Chinese Smart Card Firm Collecting Hong Kong People's Data at Border Checkpoints
The development has been low-key, but is raising alarm bells among political commentators who fear the further erosion of Hong Kong's status as a separate jurisdiction.
Hong Kong Police Fire More Tear Gas After Rally Protesting Effects on Children
Hundreds of thousands march peacefully to remind the government of the five demands of the protest movement.
WATCH 100 Foot Long Escalator Accident In Hong Kong!
Happened at Langham Place Mong Kok in Hong Kong on Sat 25th March 2017 at a major shopping centre.