A socialist filmmaker discusses the role that art can play in left-wing causes, including the fight for Palestinian rights.
As draconian legislation restricting abortion goes into effect in Texas, the effects of this latest assault on the right to choose are being felt.
The people of the Philippines need food, water and homes, not a police force to quell their spirit to survive.
12 Years a Slave captures the everyday reality of the slave system--both its barbaric violence and its more commonplace horrors.
The U.S. Senate passed the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, though the bill faces an uphill battle in the House.
Next year's referendum on independence for Scotland raises a host of questions about how neoliberalism and imperialism can be challenged.
What are people referring to when they use the term "white-skin privilege"? Socialist Worker readers continue an ongoing debate.
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More than 10,000 are dead and entire cities leveled after Typhoon Haiyan--but there may be even worse to come for the Philippines.
A leading environmental activist explains how local struggles fit in with the larger movement to confront climate change.
Hundreds of New York City parents, teachers and students bid an angry farewell to the current Panel for Education Policy.
As Portland teachers fight for a fair contract, the Oregonian newspaper is showing its anti-union and anti-worker stripes.
Russia is experiencing a frightening rise in racism, fascism and bigotry. How the left responds will be key to stopping it.
Workers rallied at a Chicago Wendy's to demand that two workers--both of them seniors--be treated fairly.
Revolutionaries are an impatient breed, making it easy to mistake personal expectations for a full picture of the world.
The word "brocialism" is an insult to be hurled at sexists who falsely claim they are acting in the interest of socialism.
At Purdue University and other schools around Indiana, scholars, teachers, students and activists gathered for a read-in to honor Howard Zinn.
Iraq teeters on the edge of a new civil war between Shia and Sunni, with bombings and shootings killing 1,000 people a month.
Parents of students at Castle Bridge School in New York City are taking a stand to opt out of standardized testing.
McDonald's thought it could dump an outspoken worker, but Leobardo Meza and his supporters want to prove them wrong.
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