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April 12, 2018

  • Protesting an anti-choicer at the UN

    NYC for Abortion Rights members protested an anti-abortion official of the Trump administration when he spoke at the UN.

April 11, 2018

  • Why workers have the power to change society

    When working people organize collectively, they have their best hope to win change, and they provide a glimpse of how society could be different.

  • What I learned in West Virginia

    It's obvious from talking to striking teachers that the media painted a caricature of West Virginia that left out its militant tradition.

  • Science can be used for oppression or liberation

    A leading scholar of evolutionary genetics and debunker of biological theories of race talks about why we need radical scientists.

  • Uniting the struggles in France

    The ingredients exist for workers to take on Emmanuel Macron's neoliberal attacks, but only if union action is brought together.

  • Sentenced to 65 years for a cop's crime

    Alabama teenager Lakeith Smith is going to prison for 65 years--because he was present when a cop killed his friend.

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  • Why bluegrass teachers are seeing red

    The temperature is rising in this "education spring." That's because teachers in states like Kentucky are turning up the heat against Republican attacks.

  • Organizing to spread the labor rebellion

    The biggest teachers' strikes in decades will shape the coming Labor Notes conference that attracts union activists across the U.S.

  • The truth about Austin's terrorist bomber

    When the identity of Austin package bomber was revealed, the response from authorities and the media was shockingly empathetic.

  • Boulder protests Coulter's hate

    University of Colorado Boulder students came together to show their opposition to right-wing commentator Ann Coulter.

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