Despite China’s Attempts to Silence, Ai Weiwei through Jail and Revoking his Passport, the Revolutionary Artist Outsmarts His Native Land in Berlin with “Evidence” By Steve V. Rodriguez

This week marked the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre that occurred in 1989 when students stood in the square to peacefully protest for democracy. It is unknown to this day just how many people were killed in the square by gargantuan military machinery, but estimates range from hundreds to 2600. It’s no secret that […] Click to read more »

“Silenced” documentary humanizes the Whistleblowers and the price they’ve had to pay to defend free speech by Vivian Rodriguez Meade

Oscar nominee, James Spione’s new documentary film, Silenced premiered at this year’s Tribeca film festival and was followed by a panel discussion moderated by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Barton Gellman and two of the three subjects of the documentary.  Thomas Drake, former Sr. Executive with the NSA and Jesselyn Radack, former ethics adviser to the U.S. […] Click to read more »