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February 17, 2011

  • A fight for affordable housing

    More than 60 people came out on Valentine's Day in Washington, D.C., to defend affordable housing with the message “Have a heart, save our homes.”

  • LA vendors fight harassment

    More than 50 people protested against police harassment of street vendor Andres Laynes, who was arrested for selling T-shirts.

  • Racist murders and the right wing

    The murders of a father and daughter by anti-immigrant "activists" sends a chilling message about what their movement stands for.

  • Views in brief

    Teachers aren't expendable | Sports owners plan to fleece LA | Egypt, technology and revolution | Zionism's attack in academia

February 16, 2011

February 15, 2011

  • Imperial hypocrisies

    What the course of the revolution in Egypt exposed is that the supposed U.S. commitment to values like democracy and freedom is highly selective.

  • Transformed by the revolution

    As ordinary people cast off resignation and obedience, as they take control of their communities and the streets, they become unrecognizable to their rulers.

  • Celebrating Egypt's victory

    The fall of Hosni Mubarak brought out demonstrators across the U.S. to proclaim their solidarity with the Egyptian people.

  • Challenging the endless cuts

    An activist at San Francisco State University talks about the impact of the budget cuts and fee hikes on students and teachers.

  • Refusing to be victims

    A session featuring two Palestinian lesbians was one of the highlights of the Creating Change conference on LGBTQ issues.

  • Kyrgyzstan's almost-revolution

    The masses of Kyrgyzstan brought their country to the brink of real transformation, but those who took up the mantle of leadership turned it back.

February 14, 2011

  • Another world is possible

    We can say with certainty that nothing will be the same after the Egyptian revolution--not only in Egypt and the Middle East, but in the world.

  • The strikes won't be stopping

    Egypt's workers started striking because they couldn't feed their families--now they have been emboldened by the uprising.

  • The people's triumph in Egypt

    Many protesters have gone home from Cairo's Tahrir Square, but they say they are forever changed by the revolution.

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