Regular TF contributor Jacqueline Luqman gave a presentation during TF's December 2 webinar on the U.S. government controlling Hollywood's output.
Toward Freedom hosted a webinar December 2 to welcome new editor, Julie Varughese, who reported on her time covering Nicaragua's November 7 elections. Regular contributors Danny Shaw and Jacqueline Luqman discussed the Pink Tide in Latin America, Haiti and how Hollywood depicts the Black liberation struggle.
"Don’t Look Up” uses satire to magnify the outrageous responses of fictional U.S. politicians, media, corporations and the population to a fictional comet that is about to collide with Earth and wipe out all life. But how it is any different than how real-life politicians have failed to address an impending climate catastrophe that can cost us our lives?
Danny Shaw reported back on the Venezuela elections and his latest journey to meet with the movements in Haiti during Toward Freedom's December 2, 2021 webinar.
Watch TF Editor Julie Varughese reporting back on her time covering Nicaragua's critical presidential election.
Toward Freedom has 69 years of experience publishing independent reports and analyses that document the struggles for liberation of the majority of the world’s people. What does the future look like for Toward Freedom and for independent media? Join Toward Freedom‘s board of directors to formally welcome Julie Varughese as the new editor. She will be reporting back on her time covering Nicaragua’s critical presidential election for Toward Freedom. New contributors Danny Shaw and Jacqueline Luqman also will speak on their work for Toward Freedom as it relates to the value of independent media. Danny will touch on the rising Pink Tide in Latin America while Jacqueline will discuss an increase in films that have documented the Black struggle in the United States. Register today for this 90-minute webinar, to be held at 7 p.m. ET on Thursday, December 2, 2021.