The stereotype is that we're all responsible for climate change, but this lets the real culprits--corporations and the wealthy elite--off the hook.
Supporters of Israel are calling for "civility" on campus--as a way to police of any discourse or activism critical of Zionism.
Mexico's ruling class won an important point on their neoliberal agenda with the Senate's passage of energy privatization.
In the wake of the 1917 Russian Revolution, socialists initiated anti-racist activism aimed at fighting for Black equality.
A new book by John Urry called Offshoring presents a concise history of a quarter-century of globalization.
University of Illinois officials are scrambling to justify the firing of Steven Salaita as an international solidarity campaign finds wider support.
The president of the Ohio University Student Senate is facing harassment, including death threats, from supporters of Israel.
Low-wage workers took part in civil disobedience across the country to call for a $15 an hour wage and a union.
A group of high-profile broadcasters and reporters say they will refuse to use the name of the Washington football team.
Mothers and birth workers gathered in Seattle to call attention to the conditions under which women labor and give birth.
Socialism is based on solidarity--on the recognition that humans are both infinitely unique and also share the same basic interests in common.
Minneapolis UPS workers showed their solidarity with Mike Brown by protesting a company that makes targets for police.
The illegal occupation of Palestine has helped savvy university presidents and trustees earn handsome dividends.
It seems like a lot of NFL executives are so fearful that they're unwilling to improve their teams by signing Michael Sam.
A counterprotest against neo-fascists in Sweden raises questions about the most effective way to confront the far right.
Opponents of Israel's war on Palestine are beginning to organize locally in the boroughs to make their voices heard.
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.
Those who complain that African Americans won't confront "Black-on-Black" violence don't care about its victims or actual causes.
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 victim of Chicago police torture writes after an angry protest following the killing of another African American youth.
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