When those in power preach at us to be peaceful, what they really mean is they don't want us to challenge their authority to be violent.
There can be no question that African American life is both cheap and expendable in the eyes of law enforcement.
Obama portrays his executive order as a "victory" for immigrants, but its limits show that the racist right still sets the agenda.
Once again this year, Walmart workers will turn the busiest shopping day of the year into the busiest protest day at the country's largest retailer.
The time-worn tale of Pilgrims and Indians happily sharing a meal covers up a legacy of land theft and genocide.
The Stanford University community turned out to hear Palestinian students talk about organizing against Israel's apartheid.
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A St. Louis grand jury let Mike Brown's killer go free, but people are taking to the streets to send a message: We won't stop demanding justice.
Obama needs the mantle of humanitarian intervention to win over a public tired of killing and dying for imperialism in the Middle East.
A take-out eatery and art project serving Palestinian food has reopened after a death threat forced it to close briefly.
The argument from Britain's mainstream parties against voting for a radical alternative is that they're "unelectable."
There are more reasons than policy not to get swept up in the fervor of a possible Elizabeth Warren presidential run.
Thousands of students at the 10 University of California campuses will walk out of classes in defiance of a stunning 30 percent tuition hike.
You can stand up for Rodney Reed as he faces being put to death in Texas in two months for a crime he didn't commit.
More Than a Score compiles essays by teachers, students and parents on the front lines of the struggle against testing.
I was one of those who made a revolution that toppled two dictators--and we are crossing our fingers it will topple the third.
The NFL has long acted like the sporting equivalent of Goldman Sachs--too big to fail. But those days may be over.
El heroísmo y el trabajo de los activistas de Ferguson y de todo el país preparan el terreno para una revuelta más profunda aún contra el racismo.
The heroism of Ferguson's rebels and the work of activists beyond is setting the stage for a deeper revolt against racism and oppression.
The arrest of a 90-year-old man in Fort Lauderdale for serving hot meals to those in need is the latest example of a wave of "homeless hate laws."
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