A New York Post story attacking organizers of the International Women's Strike betrays how threatened the right wing is by dissent.
The bizarre end of this year’s ceremony left the Best Picture Oscar with a low-budget film about poverty, racism and homophobia.
The killing of a homeless man by police in Portland, Maine, should be a wake-up call, but city officials aren't taking action.
Es a menudo difícil imaginar tener un impacto sobre la sociedad. Las protestas masivas nos ayudan en ese proceso de imaginación y transformación.
Work with irregular hours, variable earnings and temporary status is becoming more common than ever--and it's fueling working-class discontent.
With Ben Carson taking over Housing and Urban Development, the prospects don't look good for affordable housing--or poor people.
A set of proposals circulating among leftists in Europe are meant to push for economic and social justice in the European Union.
An exhibition of Russian art from the time of the 1917 revolution gives a taste of the elation of revolutionaries in a new world.
Congress and the White House can carry through national "right to work" legislation. It will have to be fought tooth and nail.
A National Planning Committee member for International Women's Strike USA on March 8 talks about the high hopes for this day of resistance.
The experience of SYRIZA in Greece and the left's role in it from its founding has drawn out a series of ongoing lessons.
Trump's first travel ban directed at Muslims suffered a stinging legal defeat, but we shouldn't put our faith in a legal strategy.
Activists are protesting for a Dreamer detained by ICE in the latest example of the Trump regime's anti-immigrant assault.
Socialists should see Chinese rule over Tibet for what it: colonial oppression that must be opposed with support for self-determination.
The Department of Homeland Security has released its plans for making good on Trump's threat to the health and safety of millions of people.
For Joseph Mann, suffering a mental health crisis while Black and homeless proved to be a death sentence in California's capital city.
Student activists at Loyola University in Chicago are fighting to overturn bureaucratic restrictions on free speech and assembly.
Working within the Democratic Party doesn't win reforms--on the contrary, it poses a threat even to the reforms we already won.
Excluding millions from the electorate because of arbitrary criteria like nation of birth is an anti-democratic travesty.
Water protectors fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline face an eviction order after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers capitulated to the Trump regime.
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