Bangladesh's textile industry--one of the most exploitative in the world--has been shaken by protests over the past month.
The roots of baseball's current crisis lie not in the individual moral failings of players like Roger Clemens, but the systemic greed of the owners.
The criticism that The Kids Are Alright indulges in stereotypes doesn't seem reflective of the intent of the director or even the movie itself.
Although I was only five years old at the time of the P-9 strike, I can say the effects are still readily apparent on the community in Austin, Minn.
The deplorable conditions in many urban centers in the U.S. can be directly laid at the feet of the United States government.
Omar Khadr's case exposes the most obscene aspects of the U.S. "war on terror"--and the Obama administration's lies designed to justify it.
New York City activists mobilized to counter the hysteria about the "Ground Zero mosque"--and the send the message: Racism isn't welcome here.
Jazz singer Abbey Lincoln, who died earlier this month, will be remembered for her music--and her defiance of oppression.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange deserves protection from governments seeking to bury the truth about their war crimes.
A few weeks before their day-care center was set to open, the house that the Ortizes put so much money and work into is being foreclosed on.
A new law in Massachusetts provides enhanced protections for tenants in foreclosed properties and homeowners in default.
Soldiers and activists in Killeen, Texas, are demanding medical treatment instead of redeployment for wounded soldiers.
The Local P-9 strike against Hormel, which started 25 years ago this week, provided a glimpse of an alternative in a bitter period for labor and the left.
Immigrant rights activists are sending a message to baseball Commissioner Bud Selig: Move the 2011 All-Star Game out of Arizona.
A measure signed into law by Barack Obama devotes $10 billion to saving teachers' jobs. So why are school districts putting the money aside instead?
The right's insistence that a proposed mosque in lower Manhattan is a "monument to terrorism" exposes its hypocrisy.
The San Diego Alliance for Marriage Equality is rallying to the side of same-sex couples who want to get married.
Recently, different SocialistWorker.org contributors panned two of the better things I've seen on stage or screen this year.
Anybody who's lost a job or taken a pay cut or seen their community blighted by the crisis can, in part, thank Warren Buffett and his investment strategy.
Politicians and the media have found a new scapegoat for the economic crisis and the savage budget cuts being carried out by state and local governments.
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