Employees for non-profits do the work that produces the funds that pay the CEOs--and are often paid even less than employees at for-profit corporations.
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The "withdrawal" of U.S. troops from Iraqi cities is part of the redesign of an ongoing occupation, carried out for both American and Iraqi consumption.
He promised an improved relationship with countries in the Americas--but Obama's actions are sending a different message.
David Sirota's book The Uprising claims to provide insights into the recent revival of social movements in the U.S. Guess again.
An activist from Seattle in the newly formed Queer Ally Coalition describes the radicalization he has witnessed in the struggle for LGBT rights.
We should be used to the clanging contradictions of U2 by now--a band whose singer claims to speak for the poor while he dodges paying taxes.
A group of exonerated death row prisoners came together with dozens of people in Chicago to show their support for Troy Davis.
By a unanimous voice vote, the Providence City Council passed a resolution condemning the coup in Honduras at its July 16 meeting.
Activists are vowing to keep fighting after the University of Chicago shut down its women's health clinic.
Republicans are beside themselves about Barack Obama's Supreme Court nominee, but we can only wish Sonia Sotomayor was as radical as they think.
A member of the group One Struggle, One Fight talks about the importance of solidarity in the movement for equal marriage and LGBT equality.
What you think about the Tiananmen uprising 20 years ago goes to the heart of what you think about socialism today.
The focus is on the Bush-era CIA assassination program, but political murder by the American empire has always been a bipartisan affair.
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.
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