Though you wouldn't know it on the surface, Columbia University has a tempestuous history of resistance that shaped the campus in important ways.
A collection of essays by women writers reveals why a Hillary Clinton presidency isn't an important step for women--or anyone.
Fifteen years after 9/11, the people of the Middle East are still paying a terrible price for the U.S. drive to dominate the region.
Che Guevara should be celebrated for his courage and egalitarian spirit, and critiqued for his authoritarian vision of socialism.
Energy company EQT is destroying future generations' air, water, quality of life and prospects for safe energy.
More and more people--especially young people--say they're drawn to socialism. But how can socialism be achieved in a country like the U.S.?
A historic protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation is facing escalating repression.
Quebec's massive student struggle emerged from an organizing model that constantly trains new generations of activists.
Egyptian human rights lawyer Malek Adly has won his freedom, and more political prisoners like him need international support.
The Justice Department directive to stop using for-profit prisons is very limited, but it can open up opportunities to demand more.
A battle between Chicago's budget-slashing mayor, a union-busting governor and determined teachers could lead to a second strike in four years.
The response of University of California at Berkeley administrators to sexual harassment allegations has been far too slow and weak.
The stabbing of 60-year-old Nazma Khanam is the second murderous attack in a month, and the community is demanding answers.
Labor Day was born out the most radical working-class struggles of the 19th century, and we should celebrate it today.
A new documentary makes the case that struggles for public education in India are intrinsically tied to other fights for justice.
Clinton y Trump sean los políticos más odiados que jamás se enfrentaron en una elección presidencial, pero Ud. aún tiene una alternativa.
The violence in Chicago that cost more lives in August than any month in the past 20 years is portrayed as unexplainable--but it's anything but.
A former Army Ranger and conscientious objector explains why he and other antiwar veterans are supporting Colin Kaepernick.
How do we balance the need to organize around specific political issues with building a wider opposition to the whole ruling order?
The new president of the Philippines has made those involved in the drug trade into scapegoats for country’s larger problems.
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