If we want to prevent politicians from wrecking public schools, we need a better strategy than reelecting Barack Obama.
Every day in the slums that surround Brazil's major cities, the authorities are "making Brazil ready for the Games."
Thirty years after his death, Bob Marley's shadow looms larger than ever--especially where people are fighting for liberation.
Members of the National Union of Healthcare Workers took action against Kaiser's unfair labor practices with a one-day strike.
The Seattle Coalition for a Healthy Workforce is pushing for a city ordinance to win paid sick leave rights for 190,000 workers.
The 1934 Minneapolis truck drivers' strike helped shift the tide toward greater workers' combativity during the Great Depression.
In 1979, the construction site of the planned Seabrook nuclear power plant in New Hampshire became a national focus for anti-nuke protesters.
La economía estadounidense emerge de la recesión a un mundo Nuevo--uno en el cual el nivel de vida de todos, excepto el de unos pocos, ha sido drásticamente reducido.
Barack Obama and his supporters are out to shore up the African American voting bloc for 2012--but his policies have been harmful to the Black community.
The U.S. has indicated it has no intention of leaving Afghanistan, even though its strategy shows no promise of success.
Major League Baseball's annual Civil Rights Game was poised to be an exercise in Orwellian irony--until Carlos Santana spoke.
Let's use the fall of Dominique Strauss-Kahn to shine a light on the organizations that protected him--the IMF and the French Socialist Party.
Because the situation is so dire in school districts across the country, students are standing up and raising their voices.
As the U.S. unleashes another wave of terror in a faraway land, the Australian prime minister is reviving the spirit of Gallipoli.
In June, a new freedom flotilla ais to break the Israeli blockade of Gaza, sending a message to the world that human rights will be protected.
Legislation in Arizona that targeted teachers with "accented speech" is only one part of a long history of language-based discrimination.
The U.S. economy is emerging from recession--into a new world in which the living standards of all but a tiny few have been drastically reduced.
Teachers and education justice activists made a film to counter the propaganda of the teacher-bashing Waiting for "Superman".
The death of dozens of migrants fleeing Libya aboard a rickety boat is an indictment of the West's "humanitarian" war.
Students at the University of Washington turned up the heat with a sit-in to demand that the school end its contracts with the anti-worker Sodexo.
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