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October 13, 2011

October 12, 2011

  • Stepping up the struggle

    The Occupy Wall Street movement is showing the widespread desire for change--and the sentiment that it's time for all of us to do something about it.

  • An Army assault on Egypt's Copts

    Egypt's military carried out a savage attack on Coptic Christian protesters that left 24 people dead and the threat of sectarian violence lingering.

  • We will be here tomorrow

    Police attacked the Occupy Boston encampment early on October 11, arresting more than 100 peaceful protesters.

  • A training camp for dictators

    Activists are continuing efforts to expose the notorious School of the Americas training camp--and get it shut down.

  • Switching sides in the struggle

    The lack of interest in the Labour Party's conference is a result of it giving up anything that distinguishes it from Toryism.

  • Protesting a decade of war

    Activists in several cities marked the 10th anniversary of the U.S. war and occupation of Afghanistan with protests.

October 11, 2011

  • Same struggle, same fight

    A Chicago union demonstration highlighted the growing connections between organized labor and the Occupy Wall Street protest movement.

  • Autonomous zone on Wall Street?

    The Occupy movement is spurring debates about activist strategies, including whether we can "prefigure" a future society in the present one.

  • A lesson not quite learned

    The same day a judge upheld most of a vicious anti-immigrant law in Alabama, the state was praised for its teaching of civil rights history.

  • The ILWU has drawn a line

    The president of the Washington State Labor Council talks about the militant struggle by Longview longshore workers.

  • Climate change comes to Kivalina

    What's happening to the Alaskan village of Kivalina is proof that climate change is here, and we have to deal with it.

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