In the wake of some sports teams refusing to play Israeli teams, should it sadden us to see politics and sports so brazenly intertwined?
A San Diego activist explains why LGBT protesters traveled to Arizona to join the May 29 national day of action against anti-immigrant SB 1070.
Striking workers from a distribution warehouse for Shaw's Supermarkets arrived in Boston at the end of a five-day, 60-mile walk.
A new documentary about the 2008 occupation of Republic Windows & Doors explains how that struggle captured the imagination of the labor movement.
Pro-Palestinian protesters infuriated at Israel's attack on a flotilla of humanitarian aid workers turned out to emergency actions in cities across the U.S.
Contrary to what the media says, a natural disaster can reveal the capacity human beings have to reorder our lives in new, cooperative ways.
Politicians and commentators understand that Israel sent commandos to confront unarmed activists, yet they blame the dead.
While the World Cup is a big business with a dark side, it's also a drama of beauty, grace, power and balance.
What gives anti-immigrant fanatics in Arizona a hearing isn't just a bunch of “old folks,” but an economic crisis that hit when the housing market collapsed.
As the oil catastrophe in the Gulf drags on, growing evidence suggests that it wasn't an "accident," but a direct result of BP's negligence.
The struggle that has shut down the University of Puerto Rico has become a popular symbol of opposition to a right-wing government.
The musicians of Sound Strike aren't playing in Arizona--until the state's anti-immigrant law SB 1070 is history.
The new HBO series Treme set in post-Katrina New Orleans illustrates the pain, but also the hope, and the party.
More than 40 years after Israel attacked a U.S. Navy ship in international waters, the survivors are still seeking justice.
In a number of cities across the U.S., immigrant rights activists turned out on May 29 to stand against Arizona's SB 1070.
Activists rallied in front of a Chicago unemployment office for an immediate extension and expansion of unemployment insurance.
No smear is too crude and no lie too outrageous in Israel's attempt to justify the murderous commando assault on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla.
"Don't ask, don't tell," the Pentagon's anti-LGBT policy, is on its way to being dismantled after a long campaign of protest and persuasion.
Supporters of immigrant rights who marched in Arizona against a racist law also took part in discussions about the future of the fight.
There's an honorable tradition in the Labour Party of bravely standing against an unjust war--as long as the war ended years ago.
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