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  • New challenges for our movement

    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 "Juan Crow"

    Arizona's draconian anti-immigrant law will create fear and intimidation--but it is also sparking resistance in the state and beyond.

  • A lesson on the picket line in Oakland

    The one-day teachers' strike April 29 was a stand for justice, fairness and equality--and students, parents and the community showed their support.

  • Striking Puerto Rico students remain defiant

    University of Puerto Rico students are stepping up actions to defend their university from budget cuts and tuition hikes.

  • Democracy versus dictatorship

    In the wake of the latest attack by the Thai armed forces on peaceful protesters, an exiled activist explains what's at stake.

  • Racism alive and well in Arizona

    Arizona's racist immigration law reflects some of the most mean-spirited politics against immigrants ever seen in the U.S.

  • No one will be deported today

    An eyewitness to civil disobedience at the Broadview Federal Detention Center near Chicago explains why activists are taking action.

  • Budget cuts hit transgender jobs program

    Supporters of the Transgender Economic Empowerment Initiative protested proposed cuts to the important program on April 22.

April 29, 2010

  • Supreme guardians of the status quo

    As the debate over the next Supreme Court appointment begins, the contradictions inherent in the court become exposed for everyone to see.

  • The "bathroom bill" bigots

    A cultural storm is brewing over the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which would finally provide workplace rights denied to most LGBT people.

  • "We need songs for right now"

    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 queens of noise

    The new movie The Runaways has something to say about how the music industry treats women musicians, and women in general.

  • LGBT activists gather for S.F. conference

    About 100 LGBT activists gathered in San Francisco throughout the weekend of April 17-18 for a conference called by Equality Across America.

April 28, 2010

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