Two human rights advocates delivering aid to a town under siege were murdered by pro-government paramilitaries on April 27.
A new coalition has emerged at New York University that could make the school the first campus to ban Coca-Cola twice.
Over 75 people from upstate New York protested at Hancock Air Force base against the military's newest weapon of mass destruction.
As supporters of immigrant rights take to the streets for May Day demonstrations, the movement has gained a new surge of energy and determination.
Arizona's draconian anti-immigrant law will create fear and intimidation--but it is also sparking resistance in the state and beyond.
The one-day teachers' strike April 29 was a stand for justice, fairness and equality--and students, parents and the community showed their support.
University of Puerto Rico students are stepping up actions to defend their university from budget cuts and tuition hikes.
In the wake of the latest attack by the Thai armed forces on peaceful protesters, an exiled activist explains what's at stake.
Arizona's racist immigration law reflects some of the most mean-spirited politics against immigrants ever seen in the U.S.
An eyewitness to civil disobedience at the Broadview Federal Detention Center near Chicago explains why activists are taking action.
Supporters of the Transgender Economic Empowerment Initiative protested proposed cuts to the important program on April 22.
As the debate over the next Supreme Court appointment begins, the contradictions inherent in the court become exposed for everyone to see.
A cultural storm is brewing over the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which would finally provide workplace rights denied to most LGBT people.
As he prepares to play a show celebrating May Day and the IWW, musician Tom Morello talks about the role artists can play in the fight for a better world.
The new movie The Runaways has something to say about how the music industry treats women musicians, and women in general.
About 100 LGBT activists gathered in San Francisco throughout the weekend of April 17-18 for a conference called by Equality Across America.
It's gratifying to see Goldman Sachs executives get grilled, but working people will be on the hook for years for the cost of the Wall Street bailout.
Oakland teachers will walk picket lines April 29 to protest the budget cuts that are wrecking kids' education and teachers' working conditions.
More than 100 activists from across California gathered April 24 to debate the next steps for the fight against the budget cuts facing public education.
Former International Olympic Committee chief Juan Antonio Samaranch died last week. He should be remembered...as a fascist.
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