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February 7, 2017

February 6, 2017

  • Voices of the new resistance

    SocialistWorker.org asked a wide range of authors and activists for their thoughts about the spreading resistance to Trump and its next steps.

  • Thousands confront the right at UC Berkeley

    Far-right agitator Milo Yiannopoulos was set to speak at UC Berkeley, but thanks to 2,000 protesters, he didn't get the chance.

  • The torture presidency?

    The news that Trump wants to reinstate CIA black sites begs the question: Why is the administration so keen on restarting torture?

  • Tech has no borders

    Some 600 Comcast workers in Philadelphia walked off the job in solidarity with their immigrant co-workers against Trump's ban.

  • Only a provisional government can bring peace

    With the social crisis intensifying, Russian socialists from the Mensheviks called for a provisional government to replace the Tsar.

February 3, 2017

February 2, 2017

  • Do protests matter?

    It's often difficult for ordinary people to imagine we can have an impact on how society is organized. Mass protests can aid our imaginations.

  • We want the refugees to come home

    The people of Rutland, Vermont, were ready to welcome 100 Syrian and Iraqi refugees. Until Trump's racist ban took effect.

  • Keep the Trump out of Milwaukee

    A presidential visit to a Harley Davidson factory was cancelled when the company backed out over fears of large-scale protests.

  • Yes, we are all out to get him

    Rob Brotherton's Suspicious Minds helps to illuminate the conspiratorial mind-set of reactionary figures like Donald Trump.

  • México: Alzas y alzamientos

    Una nueva ola de protestas se levanta con la fuerza de la rabia acumulada tras todas las ofensas cometidas por el régimen de Enrique Peña Nieto.

February 1, 2017

  • The people versus the president

    We know now that Trump is going to be as horrible as everyone feared. But we also know he's going to be as widely resisted as anybody hoped.

  • An executive order for religious profiling

    Using security as a pretext, Trump's ban on Muslims will unleash a tide of Islamophobia against victims of the "war on terror."

  • Surviving this war of theirs

    The video game This War of Mine asks players to put themselves in the shoes of civilians trying to survive the horror of war.

  • The roots of sectarianism in the Middle East

    We’re told that sectarian religious divisions have always existed in the Middle East, but they are, in reality, a product of capitalism.

  • A combatir el racismo ejecutivo

    Donald Trump ha comenzado a cumplir sus amenazas contra los inmigrantes con órdenes diseñadas para aterrorizar--a ellos y a la comunidad entera.

January 31, 2017

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