The student government at Loyola University voted--for the third time--to divest from companies that aid Israeli apartheid.
Seattle activists pressured the city to reduce the size of a proposed new juvenile jail--but they aren't satisfied yet.
Low-wage workers will come together on April 15 for a national day of action for $15 and a union--demands their movement has put in the spotlight.
A leading figure in the struggle for Mumia Abu-Jamal says Pennsylvania is trying to carry out an execution by medical neglect.
Using 17th century "science," an Indiana court ruled that Purvi Patel must serve 20 years in prison for the "crime" of feticide.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin is proposing deeper cuts, but workers and activists are planning to send a message of resistance.
Genuine solidarity requires that we struggle against any remnant of oppression that exists within our own ranks.
New military escalations by the U.S. and Saudi Arabia will further destabilize a Middle East of multiplying hostilities and humanitarian disasters.
Two parents who have lost children to violence talk about the struggle against racism and police terror in New York City.
Three members of the ISO take up some of the political ideas put forward by the spoken word duo Darkmatter.
More than 100,000 Quebec students are expected to join a strike that raises the prospect of a renewed campus rebellion.
New York legislators passed a wish list of corporate school "reforms." Now teachers, parents and students have to take action.
The commemoration of the Selma civil rights march prompted many to think about how much has changed in 50 years--and how much has not.
The passage of a bill legalizing anti-LGBT discrimination has produced a welcome wave of solidarity and protest.
A tentative agreement covering West Coast dockworkers appears to trade higher wages for possible concessions on future jobs.
Political prisoner and journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal remains in a hospital intensive care unit where he was rushed this weekend.
You can see why British conservatives would accuse the BBC of left-wing bias since many of the journalists are Tories.
Racism has deep roots intertwined with capitalism itself--but its grip can be broken, particularly at times of heightened class struggle.
As the school year begins to wind down, a major labor battle is looming in the country's second-largest school district.
If the NCAA wants to take a stand against a bigoted law, it should move the basketball championships out of Indiana.
Socialism 2015 | Chicago | July 2-5
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