Our brothers at the Pelican Bay State Prison security housing unit are on hunger strike to protest the inhumane conditions they endure.
I'm part of a youth group organizing to bring a trauma center back into Chicago's Woodlawn community after 23 years without one.
Two years after the official start of an economic "recovery," the latest government report on jobs shows things are as bad as ever for the unemployed.
Even with a new bailout--which comes with the condition of still deeper austerity--Greece remains on the brink of being unable to pay its debts.
Contracts that once gave autoworkers a decent standard of living now condemn a new generation to economic distress.
When British public-sector workers announced their June 30 strike, parents were asked to do the teaching themselves.
More than 100 people marked Pride month with a march through a mainly immigrant neighborhood in New York City.
The Gaza Freedom Flotilla 2 is stalled in Mediterranean ports after an Israeli pressure campaign--and U.S. activists are mobilizing in protest.
Don Trementozzi is running for secretary-treasurer of the Communications Workers of America on a platform of fighting back against concessions.
Seventy years ago, the federal government's began an assault on the SWP and a Teamsters local under the Smith Act.
When governments are furthering their war aims, the truth comes up last on the list--and so do the interests of women.
The Los Angeles Dodgers, arguably the most culturally significant franchise in the history of U.S. sports, is out for the count.
For the Marxist tradition, socialism and democracy are inseparable parts of the struggle of workers "reaching out for freedom with their own hands."
A new president has been installed in Haiti with the backing of the U.S., but the country's crisis remains as dire as ever.
A report from Honduras explains what's next for the resistance movement after former President Manuel Zelaya's return.
A New Jersey activist describes--from bitter personal experience--the injustices that former prisoners face on the outside.
Discussions are surfacing in New Orleans and other cities about initiating the "liberation square" movement in this country.
A new for-profit investment fund aimed at building charter schools marks an ominous new step for the school privatization movement.
More than 1,300 socialists and activists from across the U.S. turned out in Chicago for "Socialism 2011: Revolution in the Air."
The party associated with Thailand's pro-democracy "Red Shirt" movement won a landslide victory in July 3 elections.
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