A two-day sickout by Detroit teachers brought renewed attention to the damage being inflicted on the public school system.
He was on the front lines of many civil liberties cases, but also championed popular movements that work outside legal channels.
A giant sweep through North Bronx public housing projects shows the ominous new direction of policing in New York City.
Unity is essential for advancing workers' struggles, but the slogan can also paper over profound differences. How do socialists approach the question?
Is the man critics call "Governor 1 Percent" discovering his inner social justice warrior? Or is he responding to grassroots pressure?
Some Sanders supporters are recycling failed strategies in an attempt to carry on a "political revolution" inside the Democrats.
The Tories' racist campaign couldn't defeat the Labour Party's Sadiq Kahn, but the new mayor of London is far from a radical.
Students at the University of Texas in Austin knew what to do when they heard Henry Kissinger was coming to campus: protest.
Sanders has given voice to the discontent with corporate power and the two-party system. But there's more to socialism than one candidate.
When striking Verizon workers picketed replacement workers in Queens, cops gave the scabs a ride--and ran down a striker.
The Syrian regime believes it can retake a stronghold of the rebellion against it--by turning it into a devastated wasteland.
A Trump-Clinton faceoff in November will be a lose-lose scenario for everyone concerned, both inside and outside the U.S.
The conservative media in Australia are up in arms about a university telling the truth about the treatment of Indigenous people.
The likely Green Party presidential nominee explains why she's urging Bernie Sanders supporters to take a stand for political independence.
A grassroots campaign won the release of migrant worker Victor Diaz, targeted for his activism on behalf of all workers.
From the movement against the Vietnam War through to the struggles of today, he never wavered from his ideals.
The fiction that corruption infects every aspect of Brazil's political world except for the Olympics has been exposed as a lie.
A small protest against Hillary Clinton's campaign stop in Athens, Ohio, showed the importance of building a left alternative.
The GOP establishment is stuck with a presidential candidate they hate both because he isn't one of them--and because he actually is.
The candidate of a UFT social justice caucus running for president of the New York City teachers' union talks about her campaign.
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