The killing of three Muslim college students was written off as a "parking dispute"--but the sickening role of Islamophobia is plain to see.
To challenge the opposition to vaccination, we need less condescending snark and more activism for strong public health care.
Striking oil workers are showing how to take on the oil industry--and the climate justice movement needs to stand with them.
Many Natives Americans have been inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement to take up a new slogan of their own.
The French government wants to force us to unite with those we should oppose, and oppose those with whom we should unite.
Anti-fascists in Greece confronted Golden Dawn's mobilization in late January, but the fight against the Nazis isn't finished.
Two revolutionary socialists from Greece answer questions about the historic victory of the left and the tests that will come soon for the new government.
The militarization of police that shocked people after Ferguson is rooted in the long failure known as the "war on drugs."
A new group in Gaza is drawing attention to the ongoing humanitarian crisis and the lack of accountability in the reconstruction effort.
After years of street protests and strikes, the political period that began with Spain's May 15 movement has moved into a new phase.
Europe's financial elite will have no reason to concede unless the SYRIZA government threatens to cancel the debt unilaterally.
U.S. cities and states are complicit in the barren "peace process" that has prolonged the denial of basic rights to the Palestinians.
She approached social work as someone who could talk about "socialism from below" as a statement of orientation.
Only a struggle from below can confront and reverse the neoliberal policies that caused the 2008 global financial meltdown.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipris' speech to parliament wasn't what the political and financial elite of Europe wanted to hear.
The mother and brother of innocent death row prisoner Rodney Reed talk about the struggle to stop Texas from killing again.
Republicans who warn about "epidemics crossing borders" now oppose vaccinations, allowing American diseases to roam free.
A Syrian journalist, imprisoned for the past 18 months, gave voice to the voiceless in this article from January 2012.
Serena Williams is changing tennis and choosing how to write its future, rather than being victimized by its past.
Despite their talk about being "outsiders," the new GOP senators are rich, well-connected--and ready to do some dirty work for Corporate America.
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