It's time to come out of our political closets and say openly that another world--a socialist world--is not only possible but necessary.
Students, workers and community supporters marched around Rochester Institute of Technology to support campus workers who are trying to unionize.
A blitzkrieg of opposition by Corporate America and a weak campaign by labor have undermined chances for passing the Employee Free Choice Act.
The election of the first Black president marked a historic blow against racism, but Black America is facing the brunt of the economic crisis.
Two strikers talk about the struggle at a cookie maker in the Bronx after more than half a year on the picket line.
The G20 summit was supposed to find solutions to the crisis, but it was clear long before it ended that world leaders wouldn't rise to the challenge.
In the aftermath of the killing of four Oakland police officers, we hear cries of outrage to justify renewed calls for more police patrols and harsher punishment.
After months of revelations about Maryland police spying on activists, a bill has been passed to limit these actions in the future.
We need to see socialism as a series of questions and challenges, not a package of obvious and ready-made solutions.
The federal government is carrying out a crackdown at the U.S.-Mexico border--and more violence and repression will be the inevitable result.
The federal agency in charge of making sure workers get the minimum wage and overtime rarely gets around to investigating employer abuses.
March 28 marked 100 years since the birthday of writer Nelson Algren, whose stories exposed poverty, crime and corruption in Chicago.
When the government demands more concessions from GM and Chrysler, we all know where the cuts will come from.
A determined group of teachers, students and parents came together to strategize for citywide actions to defend public education.
The student government at UMass Amherst passed a resolution calling for divestment from companies that profit from war.
The Group of 20 meeting of the world's biggest economic powers in London was a failure even before it began.
Pro-football player Ryan Moats and his family recently faced one of the uglier cases of DWB (driving while Black) that's come across the wires.
The East Coast Campus Antiwar Network conference provided a much-needed discussion on how to move forward.
The parents of a U.S. peace activist killed by Israeli forces describe what they saw on a trip to Gaza: the devastating consequences of Israel's war.
Labor activists gathered at the site of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire of 1911 to honor workers who died so needlessly--and call for safe conditions today.
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