Last week, a private terrorism blacklist called World-Check was brought to light, raising questions about who is being targeted in its database, and why.
Resistance films reveal that the blacklist was not merely a Hollywood phenomenon, but one that affected people from all walks of life. Overlooked in this history are the women who suffered under it.
Follow up: The B.C. Labour Relations Board has ruled that the Mexican government blacklisted seasonal agriculture workers who formed a union at their workplace in the lower B.C. mainland.
Not only is the blacklisting claim patently false, it is hypocritical coming from an organization that only months ago was embroiled in controversy over their own blacklisting of a Jewish artist.