A caucus that vows to build a fighting union among University of California graduate employees has won a complete victory.
The founder of the campaign to defend them explains how four African American men in Newburgh, N.Y., became victims of the "war on terror."
Basketball player Etan Thomas of the Atlanta Hawks is speaking out as the state of Georgia takes a step toward its dark past.
At UPenn in the 1970s, I organized, along with my co-workers, a campaign to fight sexism on campus. Today, we need a new fight.
Because of prison privatization, corporations are gaining free access to what is really nothing more than slave labor.
Unarmed Palestinian protesters came under fire from Israeli forces as they marched on Israel's borders from Lebanon, Syria, Egypt and Gaza.
Teacher-led protests on Wall Street in New York and in Los Angeles highlighted growing anger over budget cuts and layoffs.
Canada's federal elections in early May drastically shifted the terrain of parliamentary politics. So what comes next?
Hundreds of students, parents and school staff pack meetings of New York City's Panel for Education Policy--but their voices are seldom heeded.
Austin residents came together to celebrate Norma Hurtado and her mother--and protest the bigotry behind their murders.
Activists took over the University of Texas president's office to demand that college apparel be made under fair working conditions.
A group of working-class residents in Ventura, Calif., is organizing to protest gentrification of the neighborhood they share.
The traditional image of child labor is of something that takes place in poverty-stricken, less-developed countries--but it also has a home in the U.S.
Despite difficulties, setbacks and mistakes, the Communist League of America's contribution to maintaining a genuine Marxist tradition proved invaluable.
Se llenan la boca de paz, diplomacia y respeto por la soberanía nacional, pero mira quién aplaude con más entusiasmo el asesinato de Osama bin Laden --liberales, los adalides del imperio.
The U.S. military's racist use of the code name "Geronimo" is part of a tradition of linking the conquest of this continent with overseas expansion and imperialism.
The numbing scale of the cuts in California shows the need for a bold campaign for taxing the rich to fix our schools.
A young Texas woman must pay $45,000 after losing a court case related to her refusal to cheer for a basketball player who raped her.
CUNY trustees reversed their denial of an honorary degree to playwright Tony Kushner--but we still need to hold them to higher standards.
A new contract for nurses at the Washington Hospital Center represents a partial win over management's concessions demands.
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