A San Francisco teacher asks Superintendent Carlos Garcia to answer the question all defenders of social justice must: Which side am I on?
Teamster rank-and-filers in Southern California are challenging their union leaders' failure to confront UPS over contract violations.
More than 10,000 people from all over Germany and Europe gathered in Dresden to prevent the neo-Nazis from marching.
The passage of measures in Oregon to raise corporate taxes give a glimpse into the anger that people feel at having to pay for the economic crisis.
A display by University of Washington's "Students for Life" tried to convince people that abortions were harmful to women's health.
The U.S. is preparing for stiff new sanctions against Iran as the government of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad tightens its grip on power.
The rapid mobilization of U.S troops in Haiti wasn't done for humanitarian reasons--we're seeing a neoliberal economic plan imposed, at gunpoint if necessary.
Beneath the Oxford education, Christopher Hitchens has all the subtlety of a blowtorch--and unfortunately, he's now turned his attention to sports.
The people who step up for the March 4th Day of Action in California will be the people whose voices get heard across the state.
About 50 people rallied in Boston to oppose Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Bill and call out connections to the right-wing organization The Family.
The U.S. claims to be the "world's greatest democracy," but the Washington political system is organized around serving a wealthy minority.
Toyota did everything it could to avoid a recall of potentially deadly cars, but the U.S. officials pointing their fingers deserve some of the blame.
Some 5,000 people took to the streets of Vancouver to protest the opening of the corporate sporting festival known as the 2010 Winter Olympics.
If you want to understand the details of how we went to war in Iraq, it is probably best not to watch a single moment of Britain's Chilcot inquiry.
Support for Haitians organized by ordinary people in the neighboring Dominican Republic has forced the government to act.
The Teamsters union won the right to represent ground workers at Continental Airlines, which had fought off a decade of unionization efforts.
Growth has returned to the U.S. economy--for now--but working people are still being hammered by joblessness and low wages.
Howard Zinn embodied the understanding that the experience of being part of struggle alongside and for others is the most meaningful life one can live.
Teachers and students at a Watsonville, Calif., school are having to crowd together after the building was damaged in a storm.
Teachers and other workers are organizing against budget cuts in New York, including preparations for protests on March 4.
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