Those of us fighting for liberation must never demand that people reject religious beliefs to join the battle against sexism and racism.
We should be clear that the top-down strategies of most of the labor leadership in the U.S. have hit a dead end.
Our Viva Palestina convoy was finally allowed into Gaza for just 24 hours to bring badly needed humanitarian supplies. We made the most of the time.
A San Diego Alliance for Marriage Equality activist describes the organizing behind a sit-in the day after the California Supreme Court upheld Prop 8.
Workers at a Bronx cookie factory won their jobs back after nearly a year on strike--but they face a new struggle to keep their plant from closing.
Mexico's recent elections show discontent with an economic crisis that seems to never end--and the lack of a political alternative.
There were as many African American presidents at the All-Star Game this year as African American players in both leagues' starting lineups.
About 150 people attended a vigil outside the Camp Pendleton Marine base to call attention to the murder of a Black gay seaman.
More than 200 people attended a conference of the National Assembly to End the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars and Occupations.
The Supreme Court's decision in a case involving Connecticut firefighters' exams has dealt a blow to efforts to fight workplace discrimination.
The sad truth is that there has been no withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq--and there is nothing for Iraqis to thank the U.S. government for.
How is it that the name of a high-ranking Obama administration official came to be featured in an ad campaign for Big Oil?
A new edition of a labor history classic tells the inspiring story of the Seattle General Strike of 1919.
With the British Open Golf Championship starting, the question is: Why is a splendid game allowed to be ruined by stuck-up, suburban snobs?
In the spirit of charter school "reform," the college of education at the University of Toledo has appointed "business-oriented" Tom Brady as the school's dean.
The trash is piling up in Toronto as sanitation workers, members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, continue their walkout.
The Venezuelan TV station Telesur has provided up-to-the-minute and on-the-ground reports of the coup in Honduras.
Political prisoner Leonard Peltier's case belongs among the terrible travesties of the American "justice" system.
A leader of the Viva Palestina convoy to Gaza explains what's at stake in the mission to bring badly needed humanitarian aid.
For some Western leftists, Ahmadinejad has become a champion of anti-imperialism because of his seemingly firm rhetoric against Israel and the U.S.
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