There is no blueprint for a socialist future, but we know from the struggles of past that it will involve a vast expansion of democracy and freedom.
Fifteen years after 9/11, it's impossible to understand countless aspects of the world without knowing how and why the "war on terror" was launched.
The International Socialist Organization stands with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the resistance to a new pipeline project.
Three years after the strikes that launched their union, workers at Sakuma Bros. farms north of Seattle have voted in the union.
For 50 years, the Star Trek franchise has inspired audiences by envisioning a better world, free from material want.
One hundred years ago, a leading antiwar socialist in Germany laid out the importance of a revolution to end the First World War.
Some who came to a re-enactment of frontier times in a Chicago suburb will have felt their heart stutter when they saw a noose.
Every politician claims to be fighting for better schools--but every year, their budget cuts show how little they actually care about public education.
The 2012 Chicago teachers' strike was like no other struggle in recent memory--and the documentary film Schoolidarity shows why.
United Parcel Service has a long record of discrimination against Black workers, leading to lawsuits, pickets and protests.
The intense pressure to fall in line didn't stop several NFL players from joining in 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's protest.
Some 450 people gathered in Chicago to hear Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein speak about her people's campaign.
If you vote for the candidate and the party that you'd like to see win the election, there's no such thing as a "wasted vote."
Prisoners across the country are taking part in a national strike, withholding their work to protest terrible conditions, violence and forced labor.
Professors and students are battling Long Island University's unprecedented attempt to lock out members of the faculty union.
I had to go to court to demand that Chicago school officials turn over information about the dismissal of a popular principal.
African American organizations are backing the fight against corporate education reform, and the results could be transformative.
Bernie Sanders' new organization is making unfounded promises and refusing to confront criticism about the Democratic Party.
A vote for the Libertarian Party presidential candidate isn't a protest against the system, but an endorsement of one of its more fanatical defenders.
The recent successes for the right-wing Alternative for Germany party shows that it's here to stay. How should the left respond?
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