Dancing with Dictators

As was outlined in part one of this series, evidence shows that American corporate entities are taking advantage of the U.S. Christian Right’s pre-existing relationships with political, religious, and business leaders in Africa in order to advance their economic goals. Read More

Art of Activism: Erik Ruin

Spotlighting the efforts of artists and organizations who are engaged in the struggle for social justice and are helping build the movement through their work. This spring’s Public Eye cover artist, Erik Ruin, is a Philadelphia-based printmaker, shadow puppeteer, and Read More

Release: Judge condemns Scott Lively’s efforts to render very existence of Ugandan LGBTIs illegal, finds US law offers no redress

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 8, 2017 Historic Case Exposes Right-Wing Activist’s Campaign of Persecution in Uganda Contact: Greeley O’Connor, g.oconnor@politicalresearch.org; 617-666-5300 On Monday, Judge Michael Ponsor of the U.S. District Court in Springfield, Massachusetts affirmed that Scott Lively, a Springfield Read More