A leader of the American Indian Movement in the 1970s talks about the struggle for Native rights and the importance of the Leonard Peltier case.
When residents of 2789 Harrison in San Francisco realized their landlord wanted to push them out, they came up with a plan of resistance.
I was on the front lines of the peaceful protest when the Honduran military opened fire on the crowd, killing several and injuring 30 more.
Despite its local status as a liberal haven, Cambridge is no exception to racism in America.
Honest discussions about racism have become so anathema in U.S. politics that its existence is denied even in obvious cases like Henry Louis Gates' arrest.
The history of America in the world is of a rapacious empire that bends other nations to its will--but presents itself as benevolent.
A worker fired for his solidarity explains what's at stake in the struggle at California's largest food processing company.
Bolivia is opening its part of the Amazon to oil and gas exploration--over the opposition of unions, peasants and environmental groups.
Jacob Bond says he was booted from the football team at Macalester College because he refused to remove his helmet during the national anthem.
Students, faculty and staff protested fee hikes and budget cuts outside a California State University Board of Trustees meeting.
Madison activists are asking for support in their fight to preserve the right to political expression on State Street.
British fascist and Holocaust denier David Irving was the focus of an angry, antiracist protest in Portland, Ore.
Proposed legislation that would make it easier to join unions is dead--killed off by Corporate America while organized labor was paralyzed by inaction.
The Viva Palestina delegation saw in Gaza that everything necessary to the life of a contemporary society had been targeted by Israeli forces.
The author of the new book Sexuality and Socialism talks about the massive potential of the new LGBT civil rights movement.
The cuts coming in Massachusetts' highly touted health care program could be a preview of what's to come if proposals for national legislation are passed.
In spite of the milestone we have made with the election of the first African American president, it is sad that we have to witness the 1,000th lethal injection.
Employees for non-profits do the work that produces the funds that pay the CEOs--and are often paid even less than employees at for-profit corporations.
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The "withdrawal" of U.S. troops from Iraqi cities is part of the redesign of an ongoing occupation, carried out for both American and Iraqi consumption.
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