Members of a reform slate were elected onto the bargaining team for NYU's Graduate Student Organizing Committee.
Despite the best efforts of the "consultants," a British community rebelled against the school privatizers--and won.
A pro-Palestine professor fired by the University of Illinois speaks out about the drive to silence him and other critics of Israeli apartheid.
The hope for action on climate change comes not from paralyzed heads of state, but from another welling up at the grassroots.
The killings at a UPS facility in Alabama are a reminder of the effects of toxic working conditions and militaristic discipline.
The international character of today's cosmopolitan city is before our eyes all the time--and so is the potential for solidarity.
Obama rehusó para dar alivio a millones de indocumentados y prefirió aliviar la arena electoral de los demócratas más derechistas.
The criticisms of the climate march as "tame" and "symbolic" miss the importance of demonstrations like these in building future movements.
Jennifer Whalen is going to jail--because she decided to help her teenage daughter get an abortion.
A judge suspended the prison sentence of Egyptian socialist Mahienour El-Masry, who was jailed for violating Egypt's protest law.
Journalist Anand Gopal's new book answers the many haunting questions that remain about the U.S. war on Afghanistan.
Many of the people who voted "yes" to Scottish independence appeared to mainly want independence from English austerity.
Randy Credico did run a serious campaign in New York, but he's in the wrong party if he wants to fight for working people.
U.S. air strikes in Syria add another ingredient to the deadly mix of conflicts that is breeding violence and oppression in the Middle East.
For many women--especially Black women--law enforcement is part of the problem, not the solution to domestic violence.
For the third anniversary of his execution, people around the country, including prisoners, are reading I Am Troy Davis.
The center-right ruling party won a crushing victory in New Zealand's elections, handing Labour its worst result since the 1920s.
The Seattle Housing Authority is proposing a rent increase of 500 percent over six years for some public-housing residents.
A movement against campus sexual assault has taken off at Columbia University--and it has valuable lessons for anyone who wants to take a stand.
Teachers in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, are on the picket line and getting support from students and parents--despite the district's threats.
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