After years of organizing in isolation from broader forces, leftists must recognize the early shoots of radicalism for what they are: buds of hope.
A new study shows how the EPA has underreported the severity of coal ash waste pollution and its threat to human and environmental health.
The president of Hunter College publicly berated me for not having "my facts straight." But her real problem is I do know my facts--and how to use them.
Seventy people turned out for a panel discussion on "ENDA Now" on the importance of fighting for legal protections for LGBT workers.
Members of the San Diego Alliance for Marriage Equality protested an anti-gay conference held at the Skyline Church.
One of the newly elected officers of SEIU Local 1021 describes the rise of a reform movement that's shaking up the entire union.
How could Obama condemn George Bush for imprisoning foreigners without legal process, but then issue executive orders for the killing of Americans?
Hunter College activists respond to attempts by administrators and by a group of protesters to limit expression during the March 4 Day of Action.
When funding sports teams is the priority, public education pays the price--with students instructed to cheer their teams and mind their business.
The importance of left-wing books cannot be overstated--which is why I am a proud supporter of the Center for Economic Research and Social Change.
Why can't we raise corporate taxes in California, which is suffering a $6 billion shortfall and where the governor proposes drastic cuts?
Rhode Island is out crush a teachers' union and scapegoat its members for the problems of a poorly funded urban high school.
Nurses with too many patients to cover are a guarantee that accidents will happen. The solution is to require hospitals to meet safe nurse-to-patient ratios.
Whatever tactics you're using to organize resistance groups, the tactics need to be ones that don't completely alienate the general public.
How do Britain's Tories justify a deputy chairman who keeps his money in an offshore account to hide it from the taxman?
One thousand people turned out for a town hall meeting in San Francisco to discuss solutions to the drastic cuts to public schools.
SocialistWorker.org readers provide reports and photos from the rallies, strikes and actions in California and around the country to defend public education.
A national election on March 7 could shake Iraqi politics to the core--and cause long-simmering political and ethnic tensions to boil over once again.
ESPN needs to declare a company-wide moratorium on its commentators comparing current athletes to Muhammad Ali.
Israel’s onslaught on Lebanon, its devastation of Gaza and its recent political murder in Dubai have exposed its outrageous criminality.
Socialism 2015 | Chicago | July 2-5
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