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September 4, 2014

  • How we confront the fascists

    A counterprotest against neo-fascists in Sweden raises questions about the most effective way to confront the far right.

  • Bringing the Palestine struggle to Queens

    Opponents of Israel's war on Palestine are beginning to organize locally in the boroughs to make their voices heard.

September 3, 2014

  • A struggle for justice everywhere

    Around the U.S., there are millions of people who will never think about police violence and racism the same way after the uprising in Ferguson.

  • Who ignores the real crimes?

    Those who complain that African Americans won't confront "Black-on-Black" violence don't care about its victims or actual causes.

  • What came before the terror of today?

    If the U.S. government wants to get at the roots of terrorism, it should look no further than its own support for repressive regimes.

  • A message from the West Side

    A victim of Chicago police torture writes after an angry protest following the killing of another African American youth.

  • Free Maryam and Abdulhadi

    Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja and Maryam Al-Khawaja are on hunger strike to protest their unjust imprisonment in Bahrain.

  • Solidarity with Greek cleaners

    Hundreds of cleaners laid off by Greece's Finance Ministry are asking for support in the struggle to get their jobs back.

  • ¿Hacia dónde va el PSUV?

    La izquierda revolucionaria presentó sus críticas, pero el partido en el gobierno, fundado por Hugo Chávez, no las consideró.

September 2, 2014

  • The toll rises in Ukraine's civil war

    Destruction and death are stalking eastern Ukraine, with worse to come, as fighting has intensified between pro-Russian rebels and government forces.

  • The UIUC campus speaks up for Salaita

    The international effort to defend Steven Salaita was bolstered by the eruption of a strong support campaign at UIUC.

  • Native voices won't be bullied

    It's no surprise when Sarah Palin agrees with football owner Dan Snyder that a racial slur should be an NFL brand.

  • Still trapped in the Jungle

    A theatrical adaptation of Upton Sinclair's classic novel on stage in Chicago is bold, stunning and unabashedly radical.

  • Piden paz e incitan violencia

    Los policías no son los únicos responsables por la violencia desatada en Ferguson --también lo son los líderes políticos que los ponen en acción.

  • Views in brief

    Blaming protesters in Ferguson | My memories sold | What's not on the ballot | What feminism adds to Marxism | Tech and the proletariat

August 28, 2014

  • Obama's new war in Iraq

    The U.S. government is intensifying its military intervention in Iraq--and flirting with one in Syria--with the claim of "humanitarian" concerns.

  • Getting justice into the pipeline

    The People's Climate March is set to be a center for activists from around the world to raise their voices against climate change.

  • Battling the censors at UIUC

    Students, alumni and faculty gathered at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to demand reinstatement for Steven Salaita.

  • Waiting for justice in Afghanistan

    A new report from Amnesty International documents torture and extrajudicial killings by U.S. forces in Afghanistan.

  • Confronting the facts about Ferguson

    Sports fans cheering the Little League World Series champions should think about the sports hero they're named after.

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