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March 14, 2018

  • Trump declares war on California's sanctuaries

    Recent raids in Northern California signal an escalation of the administration's attack on state and local sanctuary policies--but they are spurring protest.

  • Forging solidarity from Mingo to Manhattan

    Three West Virginia teachers traveled to New York City to speak at a solidarity meeting in the wake of their strike victory.

  • Democracy 1, War Machine 0

    Given a rare say about whether to locally base the Pentagon's notorious F-35 fighter, voters in Burlington, Vermont, said no.

  • What the teachers are teaching us

    Understanding how West Virginia teachers won their strike will help labor activists looking to the challenges ahead for unions.

  • La doctrina del trauma en PR

    Tras los huracanes, la crisis puertorriqueña ha alcanzado niveles catastróficos, pero la crisis no es nueva ni fue provocada por los huracanes.

March 13, 2018

  • Fighting to be free from gun violence

    Student walkouts around the U.S. on March 14 are an opportunity to take on the creeping militarization of U.S. society--starting with our schools.

  • An infrastructure plan to build profits

    Trump's infrastructure plan won't repair our crumbling bridges nearly as effectively as it creates profits for investors.

  • The message of the Free Speech Movement

    A participant in the Free Speech Movement at UC Berkeley in 1964 discusses its lessons for today's struggle for free speech.

  • Desperation in Jersey City

    The system is broken, and it was made that way not by teachers, but by the politicians. The "American Dream" is a joke.

  • Introducing...Eugene Debs

    A new documentary pays tribute to one of the most famous socialists and union leaders in U.S. history: Eugene V. Debs.

March 12, 2018

  • How the spark became a flame in W. Virginia

    A teacher from West Virginia's Mingo County explains how their victorious strike came together and what lessons they will carry from it going forward.

  • We're driven by a sense of inequity

    A leader of the Oklahoma teachers' strike movement explains how the West Virginia teachers inspired his co-workers.

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