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October 11, 2017

  • Turning the tables on a Trump fundraiser

    Activists in Greensboro, North Carolina, used a Trump fundraising visit to build a protest and relief efforts for Puerto Rico.

  • Jumping on the Medicare-for-all bandwagon

    While Sanders' Medicare-for-All legislation is welcome, top Democrats who support it are more concerned with exciting their base.

  • Borinquén, deuda y tormenta

    Puerto Rico comienza su recuperación después de dos huracanes, pero el desastre ha sido exacerbado por décadas de dominación colonial.

October 10, 2017

October 9, 2017

  • Why do we honor genocide?

    More cities are replacing Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples’ Day in recognition that the crimes of colonial violence shouldn’t be celebrated.

  • Hillbilly mythology

    The book Hillbilly Elegy doesn't illuminate life in rural Appalachia, but reaffirms the old stereotypes and failed solutions to poverty.

  • Selective about free speech at UC Berkeley

    A Berkeley dean's defense of free speech has a blind spot when it comes to university suppression of advocacy for Palestinians.

  • We don't buy the alt-right's new brand

    Right-wingers tried to hide their hate with a "free speech" rally in Augusta, Maine, but the counterprotesters outnumbered them.

  • Telling Feinstein that it's all of us or none of us

    Activists gathered at Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein's office to demand that she stop pitting immigrant groups against one another.

October 6, 2017

  • Solidarity Sundays in the NFL

    Two writers with a front-row seat to the revolt of NFL players taking a knee during the anthem talk about the issue of police racism that started it all.

  • The crisis deepens after Catalonia's vote

    The Spanish state's government is making a mockery of democracy by attacking the Catalan people's right to decide their future.

October 5, 2017

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