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June 8, 2017

  • The season to protest for justice in Texas

    Immigrant rights activists in Texas kicked off their "Summer of Resistance" against the notorious "Show Me Your Papers" law.

  • Workers are exposing B&H abuse

    The fight for justice continues at B&H Photo Video, which is trying to bust a newly formed union by moving warehouse jobs.

June 7, 2017

  • Did socialism fail in Venezuela?

    Chávez's "socialism of the 21st century" tolerated private capitalism and enshrined the political rule of an elite acting on behalf of the masses.

  • Using terror as an excuse for more terror

    Reactionary politicians like Theresa May feed a cycle of violence and polarization with their cynical statements about extremism.

  • The bard of Bronzeville

    On the centenary of her birth, poet, activist and educator Gwendolyn Brooks reminds us to see the art in daily struggles all around us.

  • The Ramapough Lenape make a stand

    A tribe in northern New Jersey has mobilized to fight an oil pipeline, and reinvigorated its fight for federal recognition.

  • Washington's love affair with tyrants

    It's always been the foreign policy of the U.S. government to overthrow elected governments and prop up dictatorships.

June 6, 2017

  • Anti-racists show their strength in numbers

    In Portland, thousands of counterprotesters overwhelmed a bogus "free speech" rally called by the far right--and set an example for the future.

  • We must be ready to respond to deportations

    The federal immigration police have made it clear that they are going after activists--but organizers are preparing to counter them.

  • When even LeBron is a target

    The vandalism of LeBron James' home is one more episode in a wave of racist abuse and violence to emerge in the Trump era.

  • Are we living for The City?

    A book by a former British banking insider seeks to deepen the Marxist analysis of the financial system and modern imperialism.

  • ¿Qué apoyan los demócratas?

    El liderazgo demócrata piensa que con no-ser Trump es suficiente para recuperar el favor del electorado, pero las cuestiones como el aborto cuentan.

June 5, 2017

  • We'll honor Richard by standing up to the right

    Two UMD students join Nation columnist Dave Zirin in a discussion about the murder of Richard Collins III and the urgent need to protest racist violence.

  • Duterte reaches for more power

    Rodrigo Duterte has declared martial law in part of the Philippines as he seeks to centralize all power in his own hands.

  • Maduro is trying to subvert popular democracy

    If the Maduro government continues to try to rewrite the constitution without a popular mandate, it will be extinguishing Chavismo.

  • I spy with all your little eyes

    The government's "If you see something, say something" policy has a long history, but it takes on a new meaning in the Internet era.

  • Solidaridad vs. chivo expiatorio

    A menos que la solidaridad demostrada después del atentado en Manchester prevalezca, la derecha tratará de azuzar miedo para justificar más represión.

June 2, 2017

  • Stand up for the victims of racist hate

    The far right has re-emerged--bigger and more lethal than in decades. We need to take a stand in solidarity with the oppressed through mass action.

  • Face to face with the Wendy's bosses

    Farmworkers and their supporters took on Wendy's executives on their own home turf: inside the company's shareholders meeting.

June 1, 2017

  • Will the Democrats ever stand for something?

    Democratic leaders think they can rely on the fact that they're not Trump to win back votes, but issues like abortion and health care actually matter.

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