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January 8, 2010

January 7, 2010

  • Anti-imperialism in 3-D

    Many reviewers applauded Avatar's amazing special effects. But what about its fierce message against imperial occupation and for the right to resist?

  • The architecture of apartheid

    Nothing prepared me for our trip to Ma'ale Adummin, where we saw the deliberateness of the Israeli annexation project.

  • It's time to bench the BCS

    When it comes to college football's Bowl Championship Series, Congress should do the people's work and make it a memory.

  • We demand a people's agenda

    Dennis Brutus, who died in December, spoke out weeks after the September 11, 2001 attacks on the struggle against war and for global justice.

  • Taking on the San Francisco Hilton

    Over 1,000 UNITE HERE Local 2 members and 400 supporters staged a rally and civil disobedience action outside San Francisco's biggest hotel.

January 6, 2010

  • A new phase in Iran's struggle

    New mass protests and bloody repression are deepening the divides in Iran's ruling class as the stakes for the struggle grow higher.

  • Aid convoy attacked in Egypt

    Egyptian authorities have attacked a convoy carrying humanitarian relief supplies destined for the people of Gaza.

  • The price of D.C. school cuts

    The fallout is continuing from D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee's latest attack on public education.

  • Why we must cut ties to Israel

    Labor for Palestine responds to attacks on its open letter to AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka on the boycott campaign against Israeli apartheid.

  • We need to drop the health care mandate

    I can't understand how Sen. Jeff Merkley or any "progressive" member of Congress can declare that an individual mandate for health insurance is a "right."

  • What will it take to win real change?

    The main task of radicals and revolutionaries today must be the patient work of rebuilding the "infrastructures of resistance."

January 5, 2010

  • Scapegoats and scaremongers

    A Nigerian man's attempt to explode a bomb on a Detroit-bound airplane has become the excuse for a return to the post-September 11 terrorism hysteria.

  • Viva Palestina mission to Gaza

    Participants in a convoy carrying humanitarian aid to Gaza are calling on solidarity activists everywhere for their help.

  • A link to a little-known struggle

    Former Daily Worker sportswriter Lester "Red" Rodney died in December after a long life of demonstrating the links between sports and the struggle.

  • A flawed election in the making

    In the run-up to elections in Haiti next month, the government has banned the country's largest political party from the ballot.

  • Honoring workers killed on the job

    Activists in Austin, Texas, gathered for a December vigil for three workers killed in a fall from a scaffold at a construction site.

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