A U.S. filmmaker describes what he saw on a trip to Haiti after the earthquake--and the kind of aid the country still needs.
Since the devastating earthquake in Haiti, familiar patterns of interference and neglect and by the major powers that dominate the country are still entrenched.
Delegates from labor bodies across the U.S. met to debate their response to the current health care reform legislation.
When Gov. Rick Perry came to Denton, Texas, for a re-election tour stop at a coffee shop, anti-death penalty activists were ready for him.
From redlining and segregation to predatory lending and foreclosures, racism against African Americans has always played out on the issue of housing.
The District of Columbia--home to one of the nation's largest out LGBT populations--has begun performing same-sex marriages.
Across Australia, Rupert Murdoch owns almost 70 percent of the capital city press, the only national newspaper, Sky Television--and a lot more besides.
When anti-abortion forces came to Laney College to spread their misinformation, students organized a protest.
Much has been made of the differences between the disasters in Haiti and Chile, but the similarities in the way human need comes last are striking.
A new campaign focusing on the "crisis" of Black women's abortions is just the latest attempt to control the reproductive choices of women of color.
One of the fired teachers at a Rhode Island school speaks out about the attack on public education at her school and across the U.S.
A librarian at a California college and participant in the March 4 Day of Action defends the struggle from the complaints of a Wall Street Journal commentator.
It has become accepted to label those opposed to the actions of the Israeli government as "anti-Semitic" or "anti-Jewish." This notion should be dispelled.
Time for a change in SEIU | Justice for Kevin Kaigler | The right's assault on campus | Whose right to sexual "freedom"?
The Greek government's announcement of new austerity measures provoked a storm of protest, including a 24-hour general strike on March 11.
Ten-year-old Amir al-Mohtaseb was captured and put behind bars by Israeli authorities--a practice that is all too common in the Occupied Territories.
South Africa's government is trying to camouflage every conflict to present the image of a united nation to the world for the World Cup tournament.
Crazy Heart, the film about fictitious singer/songwriter Bad Blake, displays all the contradictions that are at the heart of country music.
After a 19-month struggle that included protests and pickets, teachers in Oregon's biggest city beat back major concessions.
The sleaze just keeps emerging from the corridors of power in the "world's greatest democracy"--and it's thoroughly bipartisan.
Socialism 2015 | Chicago | July 2-5
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