National

  • Why we're taking action on March 8

    A National Planning Committee member for International Women's Strike USA on March 8 talks about the high hopes for this day of resistance.

  • The left can't litigate Trump into submission

    Trump's first travel ban directed at Muslims suffered a stinging legal defeat, but we shouldn't put our faith in a legal strategy.

  • A declaration of war on 11 million people

    The Department of Homeland Security has released its plans for making good on Trump's threat to the health and safety of millions of people.

  • A police cover-up breaks down in Sacramento

    For Joseph Mann, suffering a mental health crisis while Black and homeless proved to be a death sentence in California's capital city.

  • Tear down Loyola's walls against free speech

    Student activists at Loyola University in Chicago are fighting to overturn bureaucratic restrictions on free speech and assembly.

  • The Democrats' goals and ours

    Working within the Democratic Party doesn't win reforms--on the contrary, it poses a threat even to the reforms we already won.

  • Army Corps deadline looms at Standing Rock

    Water protectors fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline face an eviction order after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers capitulated to the Trump regime.

  • An old message sent to a new president

    Thousands rallied in Union Park, the site of Chicago's mega-marches 10 years ago, as part of a national "Day Without Immigrants."

  • The right's "right to work" onslaught

    With Republicans lawmakers buoyed after Trump's election, what will it take to push back against their war on unions?

  • The lessons of our counterprotests

    Our success in mobilizing against the antis outside Planned Parenthood clinics points to issues we need to address to resist the attack on our rights.

  • An emergency caused by neglect

    The evacuation of 180,000 people from an area in northern California shows the human cost of America's crumbling infrastructure.

  • Trump and the alt-right

    Donald Trump likes to think he not only won an election, but has "built a movement." And he has--just not the way he thinks.

  • Trump's "voter fraud" fraud won't silence us

    Trump's false claims of voter fraud are being used to scapegoat the undocumented, but immigrant rights supporters are sending a message of resistance.

  • Bringing together militants and the masses

    An organizer of the anti-Trump protest that occupied the Columbus airport reflects on the lessons of that day for struggles to come.

  • A conference to build pro-immigrant power

    The National Assembly held by Movimiento Cosecha called for a May 1 "Day Without Immigrants" as part of a year of resistance.

  • Pro-choice voices have to be heard

    Pro-choice protesters in Boston on February 11 showed why we have to continue arguing to confront the anti-abortion bigots.

  • Standing up to the specter of mass deportations

    The wave of ICE raids across the country has created widespread fear in immigrant communities, but also defiant resistance led by young immigrants.

  • This is about choice--and more

    Reproductive justice means not just the right to abortion, but the right to raise children and be able to meet their basic needs.

  • Back to the Islamophobic drawing board?

    The federal court rejection of Trump's ban on Muslims is a victory for the protests against him--but don't trust that this White House will give up.

  • NYC students walk out against Trump's ban

    Hundreds of New York high school students walked out of class to protest Trump's ban targeting them, their friends and families.

  • Where did capitalism come from?

    We're taught that capitalism is natural and built into "human nature," but things look different without the green-tinted glasses.

  • One thing Trump got right

    Trump finally made a factual statement, and politicians across the spectrum are livid that he told the truth about U.S. imperialism.

  • It was right to confront the anti-choice bigots

    All over the country, thousands turned out at Planned Parenthood clinics to show their support for choice--and counter anti-abortion groups.

  • Will science go rogue against Donald Trump?

    The resistance to Trump among scientists targeted by his reactionary agenda raised an old question about politicizing science.

  • An abortion rights emergency

    It's time to stop apologizing--we have to say loudly that we support abortion services and we'll take a stand to keep them available.