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  • The bigots behind the "anti-Sharia" marches

    Islamophobic marches planned for a number of cities are contributing to the climate of violence fueled by racist politicians like Donald Trump.

  • ICE isn't welcome at Northwestern

    Northwestern University students who spoke out when an ICE representative came to campus are facing disciplinary action.

  • Puerto Rico is always political

    The controversy over honoring released political prisoner Oscar López Rivera speaks volumes about the island's colonial status.

  • The season to protest for justice in Texas

    Immigrant rights activists in Texas kicked off their "Summer of Resistance" against the notorious "Show Me Your Papers" law.

  • Workers are exposing B&H abuse

    The fight for justice continues at B&H Photo Video, which is trying to bust a newly formed union by moving warehouse jobs.

June 7, 2017

  • Did socialism fail in Venezuela?

    Chávez's "socialism of the 21st century" tolerated private capitalism and enshrined the political rule of an elite acting on behalf of the masses.

  • Using terror as an excuse for more terror

    Reactionary politicians like Theresa May feed a cycle of violence and polarization with their cynical statements about extremism.

  • The bard of Bronzeville

    On the centenary of her birth, poet, activist and educator Gwendolyn Brooks reminds us to see the art in daily struggles all around us.

  • The Ramapough Lenape make a stand

    A tribe in northern New Jersey has mobilized to fight an oil pipeline, and reinvigorated its fight for federal recognition.

  • Washington's love affair with tyrants

    It's always been the foreign policy of the U.S. government to overthrow elected governments and prop up dictatorships.

June 6, 2017

  • Anti-racists show their strength in numbers

    In Portland, thousands of counterprotesters overwhelmed a bogus "free speech" rally called by the far right--and set an example for the future.

  • We must be ready to respond to deportations

    The federal immigration police have made it clear that they are going after activists--but organizers are preparing to counter them.

  • When even LeBron is a target

    The vandalism of LeBron James' home is one more episode in a wave of racist abuse and violence to emerge in the Trump era.

  • Are we living for The City?

    A book by a former British banking insider seeks to deepen the Marxist analysis of the financial system and modern imperialism.

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