“Fuel Your School Program Benefits 56,366 Students in Sacramento County.” Chevron press release. Jan. 16, 2013. Click here for full text.
Crowdfunding and social media campaigns were important in gaining the temporary freedom of two mothers. But they are not substitutes for abolishing the prison system.
Our next step on net neutrality is to demand that the FCC commissioners hold hearings across the country where people can speak face-to-face with the commission.
 “Fuel Your School Program Benefits 56,366 Students in Sacramento County.” Chevron press release. Jan. 16, 2013. Click here for full text.
Josh Neufeld is a comics journalist known for his graphic narratives of political and social upheaval, told through the voices of witnesses. He is the writer/artist of the bestselling nonfiction graphic novel A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge (Pantheon). In addition, he is the illustrator of the bestselling graphic nonfiction book The Influencing Machine: Brooke Gladstone on the Media (W.W. Norton). He was a 2013 Knight-Wallace fellow in journalism at the University of Michigan. Neufeld lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife, the writer Sari Wilson, and their daughter. To learn more, visit www.JoshComix.com.
Adam Bessie is a professor of English at a Northern California community college and an essayist, most recently in comics form. Bessie is a regular Truthout contributor, and his writing has also appeared in The Washington Post, AlterNet, and in the Project Censored book series, amongst others. Follow him on Twitter: @adambessie.