I hope the vocal visibility of March 4 is only the beginning of sustained pressure in the fight to fund education.
For those like myself who became disenchanted as the Vietnam War dragged on and resisted military service, the price the nation exacted continues.
The creators of The Hurt Locker were more concerned with playing on our fears about the Iraqi people than portraying the war realistically, says an antiwar vet.
Pregnant women who have miscarriages caused by "intentional or knowing" acts can now be charged with murder in Utah.
Workers at a five-star hotel in Karachi occupied the building’s basement after management fired four veteran workers and union activists.
Peter Robinson scoffed at March 4 protesters for displaying an "entitlement mentality." Then again, the man wrote speeches for Ronald Reagan.
Activists feel that Seattle business owners are trying to drive the poor out of the city with a proposed ordinance against "intimidating solicitation."
Bay Area activists for LGBTQI rights came together to discuss next steps for the upcoming Equality Across America conference.
Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh is wanted by the Israeli government for the "crime" of organizing against Israeli settlements.
The Democrats are in a mad rush to pass health care legislation that is a disaster in the making for working people and a massive giveaway to the industry.
When Constance McMillen asked to take her girlfriend to the prom, school officials in a Mississippi county responded by canceling the event altogether.
The federal government's plans for "reform" in San Francisco's public schools scapegoat poor and minority children.
African Americans suffering from foreclosures on homes and rentals can draw on the lessons of Martin Luther King's fight against slums in Chicago.
The story of the San Patricios--Irish soldiers who left the U.S. Army to fight for Mexico in the 1846 war--is an important but hidden story of resistance to empire.
U.S. officials have put an extended hold on the visa application of award-winning Palestinian journalist Mohammed Omer.
In East Jerusalem, Israeli security forces are cracking down on anti-settlement protesters, and Palestinian children in particular.
An activist at UC Santa Cruz describes how the movement organized for a successful student strike during the March 4 Day of Action.
With his 1973 movie The Crazies, George Romero created a genuinely compelling story chock-full of social criticism. The 2010 remake is anything but.
A public school teacher who was stuck on the freeway when protesters took it over on March 4 tells what actually took place.
I have a friend serving a 20-years-to-life sentence for a crime he committed when he was 17 years old and a senior in high school.
Socialism 2015 | Chicago | July 2-5
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