Celisa Calacal

Celisa Calacal is a freelance journalist based in Kansas City, Missouri. She is a writing fellow for the Independent Media Institute. She graduated with a degree in journalism from Ithaca College, where she worked as an editor and reporter for the Ithacan. Her writing has appeared in the Nation, ThinkProgress, AlterNet, and Salon. Follow her on Twitter @celisa_mia

How the mainstream media tries to convince you that Medicare for All is impossible Celisa Calacal
How is Wikipedia edited — and how can it impact the “facts”? Celisa Calacal
Donnie Maclurcan wants to change the way we think about money — he’s doing that by giving it away Celisa Calacal
There is some surprising progress for the rights of incarcerated women Celisa Calacal
U.S. police killed over 1,000 civilians in 2017 Celisa Calacal
These two Supreme Court cases protect police who use excessive force Celisa Calacal
Crucial court case could spell doom for ethnic studies in public schools Celisa Calacal
America is suffering from a plague of deadly, unaccountable and racist police violence Celisa Calacal
What do the Grenfell Tower fire and Hurricane Katrina have in common? Disaster capitalism Celisa Calacal
Research shows that assistance to the poor is negatively skewed to race and location Celisa Calacal
An indigenous woman is facing federal charges for protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline Celisa Calacal
The federal government is setting up to protect the elite from nuclear attack while letting the rest of us die Celisa Calacal
Trump protesters could be facing decades in prison for inauguration demonstrations Celisa Calacal
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