The eruption of protest over a police murder in Minneapolis continues following a highway blockade led to over 50 arrests.
One hundred years after his murder by the state, we're still celebrating the revolutionary activism and music of Wobbly Joe Hill.
Personal remedy is meaningless if the conditions that caused my firing remain intact at the University of Illinois and elsewhere.
If we don't challenge the myths and lies of the "war on terror," political leaders have their pretext for spreading violence and shredding civil liberties.
Our horror at the carnage that was taking place around us in Paris was compounded by a recognition of what would come next.
It's a welcome turn of events when a persecuted communist is the affable hero of a Hollywood movie against McCarthyism.
The struggle for a $15-an-hour minimum wage could be the opportunity to finally revitalize the U.S. labor movement.
The Washington State Nurses Association picketed a Seattle hospital over demands for a fair contract and "fair share" representation.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is moving closer to passage--and workers on both sides of the Pacific will pay a heavy price if it goes into effect.
United Teachers Los Angeles has a major battle--one with national implications--on its hands over the future of public schools.
We stand in solidarity with the victims of Paris--and, at the same time, against the rulers who seek to benefit from this horror.
To "stay woke" after the Paris attacks is an act of conscious resistance against an ugly tide of Islamophobia and bigotry.
Palestine solidarity activists at University of Texas at Austin disrupted a lecture designed to whitewash Israel's military history.
After the horrific attacks in Paris, the left must stand against Islamophobia--and demand that this tragedy not be used as an excuse for more war.
Students across the country organized protests to end racism at the University of Missouri--and on their own campuses.
The strike against racism by Mizzou football players was brave, historic and profoundly significant--but it wasn't unprecedented.
After the terrorist attacks in Paris, a member of the New Anti-capitalist Party examines the causes of the violence and the response of political leaders.
The only proper response to terrorism and wars is the unity of working people, beyond national origin, race and religion.
The heads of the FBI and DEA are the latest officials to claim that police can't do their jobs because of the "Ferguson effect"--fear of public scrutiny.
To make good on what Bernie Sanders says he would deliver, we'll need to do more than simply turn out lots of new voters in 2016.
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