Back but still consored by Facebook
Our page on Facebook is back with a new URL but still at risk of being deleted. Our anti-fascist posts are still flagged as “content violations” and the account severely restricted. We ask Facebook to hear the outrage our community has expressed and fully restore our page.
Facebook bans redfish after posts marking end of Mussolini´s dictatorship and Holocaust memorial day
Today Facebook took down page of redfish for posts relating to anti-racist and anti-fascist content. redfish is calling for the reinstatement of the Facebook page under the hashtag #FacebookBringBackRedfish so that our community can continue to benefit from our content.
How a Think Tank Obfuscates Destabilization Efforts in Nicaragua
National Endowment for Democracy (NED )and Ford Foundation funded think tank “Global Americans” yesterday published an article claiming a redfish documentary contains “lies and distortions” regarding the role that the media, including its own website, has played in the crisis that has ravaged Nicaragua since April this year.
Decolonization Disrupted: Namibia
Colonialism ended in Namibia over 100 years ago but the country’s white minority still owns the majority of Namibia’s land. The repeated failure of government redistribution policies perpetuates the gross inequalities of the colonial era and stifles the decolonization process. Social justice advocate Afeni Sh. explains how that process got blown off course and what can be done to correct it.
Hollywood: The American Dream Deferred
The journey begins
In November, redfish published its first report. The journey to build our company and a different way of telling stories began. We’re still in the ‘soft launch’ phase – finding our feet, building our team and network, developing our style of storytelling, all out there in the public for the world to see how we’re coming into shape, warts, beauty spots and all. But, with just five stories published, we’re already making waves.