Organized labor's traditional attitude has been: If the environment gains, then workers must be losing. But it doesn't have to be a zero-sum game.
Two articles from the rs21 website consider the factors at play in today's referendum on independence for Scotland.
If GM is ever made to pay for its deadly negligence, the government agency in charge of regulating it should pay, too.
Israel's war on Gaza created the potential to turn the cause of Palestine into a mass movement--if we can seize the moment.
The Ebola epidemic in West Africa continues to run rampant because of the failure of the West to provide needed aid.
If trans and intersex women can't find "safe space" in the women's rights or queer communities, where can they go?
If public officials in St. Louis County get their way, justice for Mike Brown will be a very long time in coming--if it comes at all.
The People's Climate March this week will confront the latest in a series of UN summits that have accomplished nothing.
With their threat to strike, teachers in the Reynoldsburg, Ohio, are taking a stand against corporate school "reform."
Two Green Party candidates in New York state are calling for radical changes in the failed policies of the U.S. "war on drugs."
English political leaders are alternating between begging and open threats in urging Scotland not to vote for independence.
Two North Carolina men have been proven innocent and freed after 30 years in prison, and their case is adding to calls to abolish the death penalty.
Here are some practical and political lessons to be drawn from the movement to get Steven Salaita reinstated in his job.
An unexpectedly strong Democratic primary challenge showed the brewing discontent with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
It took CBS sports anchor James Brown to finally explain why the NFL better start taking domestic violence seriously.
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With the People's Climate March coming up this week, a leading voice in the environmental justice movement looks at the challenges we face.
One of the Chicago Police Department's top commanders is facing felony charges and could soon be sitting in a jail cell.
The notorious Texas anti-abortion law is facing a legal challenge--but a lot of damage has already been done to abortion rights.
Youth won't be prepared for the future with the wrong educational theory and dysfunctional economics they're being fed.
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