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June 8, 2015

  • Solidarity is how we win

    The struggles to make Black Lives Matter and win social justice for LGBTQ people aren't separate, but interconnected.

  • ¿Mantendrá SYRIZA la raya?

    El gobierno en Grecia está siendo presionado a optar entre la capitulación y la confrontación, y la izquierda del partido quiere trazar una línea.

June 4, 2015

  • Walmart thinks it can make us disappear

    The retail giant says it's closing five of its stores for repairs--but the only thing that Walmart wants to "repair" is the growing activism of workers.

  • Wanted by police for being a hero

    Ramsey Orta has faced retaliation from the New York Police Department ever since he filmed the murder of Eric Garner.

  • She kept fighting against the odds

    An exonerated prisoner pays tribute to Paula Cooper, once the youngest prisoner on Indiana's death row, after her tragic death.

  • No choices for the people in Mexico

    To believe this weekend's elections in Mexico are free and democratic is ludicrous--and much of the population knows it.

  • A new hero in the sports world

    The Caitlyn Jenner story is one of triumph pulled from the edge of tragedy--and the hope is it will be felt in the sports world.

  • A flame of hope in Colombia's long war

    Peace activists are closely watching the negotiations to end the longest armed conflict in the Western Hemisphere.

June 3, 2015

  • An introduction to Lenin and Leninism

    Controversies may still rage about him, but revolutionary activists throughout the world continue to learn from what Lenin said and wrote and did.

  • Labor's dead-end strategy against the TPP

    After yet another betrayal by the Democratic Party, unions need to turn away from protectionism and toward global solidarity.

  • Electoral amnesia in Argentina

    A left-wing author dissects the economic and political landscape in Argentina in the run-up to national elections.

  • The road less taken

    Mad Max: Fury Road is credited with provoking a conversation about feminism and the role of women in Hollywood. Did it?

  • Hijacking the Anthropocene

    Under the guise of environmentalism, the Breakthrough Institute pushes pro-business non-solutions to climate change.

  • Nothing but greed drives them

    A Pennsylvania resident describes his ongoing battle with an energy company over a natural gas well on his property.

June 2, 2015

  • Will SYRIZA hold the line?

    Greece's SYRIZA government is being pushed to choose between capitulation and confrontation--and the party's left wants to draw the line.

  • The Fight for 15 wins big in LA

    The Los Angeles City Council voted on a $15-an-hour minimum wage ordinance, handing the movement its biggest win yet.

  • Oakland teachers deserve more

    Members of the Oakland Education Association are campaigning for a "no" vote on the tentative contract with the district.

  • Cuomo's circle of corruption

    A spreading scandal in Albany shows that Republicans and Democrats alike are for sale to New York City's real estate barons.

  • How tradition was defeated

    In supporting marriage equality, Ireland rejected the conservative structures that have shaped the country for centuries.

  • Views in brief

    The limits of Sanders' socialism | What Sanders signifies | Sanders can help lead people out | Hollow words from Quad

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