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February 12, 2018

February 9, 2018

  • A lesson in how to fight for Black lives

    The success of the Black Lives Matter at School week of action shows the potential for organizing an open and proud stand against racism.

  • Will Trump shoot first?

    The Trump administration is undercutting an Olympic "peace interlude" in Korea with an escalation of hostility toward the North.

February 8, 2018

  • Trump's campaign of terror against immigrants

    The racist in the White House is demanding every anti-immigrant measure he can think of--while ICE is stepping up raids and arrests across the U.S.

  • The return of great power rivalry

    Two government documents spell it out: The U.S. government is on the warpath against emerging big power rivals China and Russia.

  • Protesters rally to free Davia Spain

    Davia Spain was released from jail after hundreds came out to defend the wrongfully accused Bay Area activist and trans woman.

  • This church harasses women

    New York City pro-choice activists rallied outside a church whose members badger women entering a nearby abortion clinic.

  • Why did UC Berkeley police target a protester?

    A UC Berkeley student and Undergraduate Workers Union member tells what happened at a labor rally that led to an unjust arrest.

February 7, 2018

February 6, 2018

  • Turkey's invasion will make the suffering worse

    Turkish forces are invading a Kurdish region in Syria, escalating tensions across the region--and threatening more misery for the victims on all sides.

  • Seattle school bus drivers take on a bully

    The people who drive Seattle's children to school are facing a multinational corporation that won't provide health care or pensions.

  • Rebuilding our fight for choice

    A small but spirited protest of an anti-choice march showed the potential for rebuilding the fight for abortion rights in the Bay Area.

  • Forced out for standing up

    How can we defend workers who face retaliation from employers for standing up for their rights on the job?

February 5, 2018

  • Chuck Schumer and the art of the sellout

    Why do the Democrats cave so often? The problem isn't just bad tactics, but the fact that they're committed to the same basic agenda as Republicans.

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