En el conflicto en Ucrania, entre el nuevo gobierno, respaldado por Estados Unidos, y las fuerzas que controlan Crimea, nos oponemos a ambos.
In 1939, Leon Trotsky turned his attention to Ukraine and the right of oppressed nations to self-determination.
Barack Obama's initiative to help youth of color is a welcome recognition of reality--but the solutions it proposes are really part of the problems.
Ali Abunimah's new book couldn't come at a better time for those engaged in the movement for Palestinian liberation.
A chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine in Boston is asking for support after it was suspended from campus.
Public transit bus drivers in Vermont have sent a unanimous message that they're ready to strike to defend their union.
As a contract deadline approaches, Philadelphia transit workers are beginning to prepare for a strike.
The message was loud and clear from a forum in Southeast Chicago: We don't want petcoke in our backyard!
Protesters gathered in front of San Diego's Hall of Justice to demand accountability for police charged with assaulting women.
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In the conflict between the new U.S.-backed government of Ukraine and the Russian-supported forces controlling Crimea, we oppose both sides.
Shortages, inflation and corruption are fueling frustrations with the government in Venezuela--and the hopes of the right.
Hundreds of undocumented immigrants at a private prison in Tacoma, Wash., went on hunger strike to protest inhumane treatment.
The radical novelty of Leon Trotsky's theory of uneven and combined development is often underestimated.
Why are those who insisted on making our planet more difficult to live on now harping about the legacy we leave our children?
The lockout of Major League Soccer referees is awful for the refs, dangerous for players and terrible for working people.
Teachers in Medford, Ore., are glad to be back with their students--but they know their 16 days on strike helped advance a wider struggle for justice.
To understand the dominance of nationalism in Ukraine today requires understanding the country's history of subjugation.
Columbia College students and faculty are organizing a campaign to defend academic freedom for a Palestinian instructor.
The reckless burning of coal, oil and gas is accelerating climate change and drastically altering the hydrology of the biosphere.
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