The men "get paid more to just show up than we get paid to win major championships," say U.S. women's national soccer players.
The need to build a larger movement is about coming to terms with the enormity of our task when we talk about ending police terrorism in our communities.
The April 1 strike by Chicago teachers triggered a racist backlash from police--and a discussion in the movement over how to build solidarity.
The Panama Papers offer a glimpse into the methods used by the rich to maintain their wealth and power over the rest of us.
Anti-racist activists are mobilizing in Montreal and Toronto to demand justice for the victims of police brutality and violence.
The European Union is facing a series of challenges coming in grim succession that could conceivably lead to its breakup.
Workers at Verizon are in a do-or-die battle with a corporation that is raking in profits, but won't rest until it breaks the power of their unions.
He may be more critical of Israeli violence than other candidates, but Sanders remains a clear defender of U.S. imperial policy.
An occupation by student protesters at Ohio State ended after police threatened mass arrests--but the fight will continue.
1976 should be remembered as a turning point in China, when workers and students broke an oppressive government regime.
Carpenters protested a contractor using non-union labor on a shopping mall in Dobbs Ferry, New York.
The whittling away of abortion access and reproductive choice is the result of both a Republican-led offensive and Democratic concessions.
Hundreds of thousands are gathering nightly in public squares in France in a movement reminiscent of Occupy Wall Street.
Two of the organizers of a mass walkout of Boston high school students against budget cuts talk about the high stakes of their fight.
Some 500 students rallied at the University of Washington to demand that the campus administration tackle institutional racism.
The shadowy world of tax shelters and shell corporations stretches to the U.S.--and most of it is perfectly legal, despite the deadly consequences.
Public-sector unions have ratified contracts with disappointing concessions that raise questions about where the fight is headed.
The military's recruiters in our schools won't tell kids anything that might make them think twice about the glories of military life.
Only a racist system could shield the cops who fired 20 bullets at someone for the "crime" of being in a car that rolled two feet.
Local leaders at auto plants in southern Italy are being punished by union leaders for protesting speedup and mandatory overtime.
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