The Counterpunch website unleashed a torrent of abuse when an SW contributor challenged sexist language and attitudes.
Egypt's Revolutionary Socialists explain the importance of a campaign to declare "no confidence" in President Mohamed Morsi.
By late April 1917, the Bolsheviks stood out as the one major political party committed to workers' self-emancipation.
College graduation is supposed to be a time of celebration--yet the class of 2013 is facing a future of uncertainty and diminished prospects.
The fact that most schools in Oklahoma don't have storm shelters shows how the system prepares for disasters--it doesn't.
Thousands took the streets in Greenwich Village to protests the anti-LGBT attack that killed Mark Carson.
Some 2,000 Philadelphia students took action to protest racist school closures that will ravage the school district.
Two hundred people turned out on May 6 to mark the one-year anniversary of Alan Blueford's murder by Oakland police.
Native Americans leaders representing 10 sovereign nations explain why they walked out on meetings with the State Department.
Benny Warr was sitting in his wheelchair waiting for the bus when Rochester police told him to leave--and then beat him.
Karl Marx took issue with how Pierre-Joseph Proudhon formulated his ideas as a strategy for social change.
Days before the Chicago school board was to vote on closing 54 schools, thousands took to the streets for three days of marching to demand education justice.
Some elite voices are challenging the ruling class consensus in favor of austerity--but that doesn't mean the cuts will end.
Commentators are using the W-word--Watergate--in connection with Barack Obama's latest scandals. Is that too harsh?
A young woman explains why she feels it's important to talk about having an abortion--and why she won't be silenced.
The national strike movement by low-wage workers came to Washington, D.C., with an action by federal contract workers.
A 90-second video of a student frustrated by what he sees as an uninspired learning environment has gotten national attention.
A Rhode Island teacher's open letter to Rhode Island politicians asks who will stand up in defense of public education.
David Silva's death after a savage beating by Bakersfield sheriff's deputies is sparking outrage, despite alleged efforts by officials to cover it up.
A parent leader of the struggle to save one of 54 schools on the chopping block in Chicago talks about what's at stake.
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