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March 30, 2017

  • Nothing less than full equality

    Immigrants and their supporters have a chance with the coming May 1 protests to not only oppose Trump's crackdown, but declare what we're for.

  • Freeing a Portland Dreamer

    After 24 hours of protest, immigrants rights supporters celebrated the release of a detained Dreamer in Portland, Oregon.

  • CPE1's principal has to go

    Parents have banded together with teachers at a public elementary school in New York City to demand a change in leadership.

  • No celebration of Israel's occupation

    Activists made it clear that as long as there is celebration of Israeli apartheid at the University of Texas, students will protest it.

  • When will it be time for labor to fight?

    I feel that we are in a unique moment where the anger at neoliberalism and Trump has gained a mass expression in our unions.

March 29, 2017

  • Why the NGOs won't lead the revolution

    Even organizations that do good work and attempt to be accountable face a limitation: They are only addressing the symptoms, not the cause.

  • We'll fight for Alex, Kike and Zully

    The arrest of three immigrant activists who have led the fight for Vermont dairy farmworkers should be taken up as an attack on all workers.

  • The Podemos balance sheet

    Podemos' second congress reaffirmed Pablo Iglesias's power, but there were openings for a more democratic and left-wing party.

  • No scabbing on women’s hockey

    The U.S. women's ice hockey team is on strike--and management's attempt to find "replacement players" is backfiring badly.

  • SJP chapters have the right to say no

    A Students for Justice in Palestine chapter didn't violate the principle of free speech by rescinding an invitation to a guest speaker.

March 28, 2017

  • Making May Day a day for solidarity

    Immigrant rights organizations are joining with labor and other forces to build May Day into a show of strength against the whole Trump agenda.

  • An enemy of choice revealed

    Neil Gorsuch was careful about what he said in his Supreme Court confirmation hearings, but his sympathy with conservatives is clear.

  • Hope in the revolution

    A historian considers what four American eyewitnesses to the Russian Revolution have to say to us about the event today.

  • The hypocrites pass judgment on McGuinness

    Sinn Fein and Irish Republican Army leader Martin McGuinness had far greater cause for taking up arms than those judging him today.

March 27, 2017

  • Has Trump made the economy great again?

    The stock market has been on a tear since the election, but that doesn't mean the economy is poised for takeoff, with plenty of jobs, as Trump promised.

  • What direction out the Brexit?

    Britain's government will start the process of leaving the EU, but masses of people are protesting Brexit's biggest fan in the U.S.

  • The UAW takes aim at Nissan

    A United Auto Workers organizing drive in Mississippi has showed a militant spirit, but will it succeed where others fell short?

  • Joining together to achieve peace

    An appeal issued 100 years ago by the moderate socialists leading the Petrograd Soviet calls for unity in the cause of peace.

  • Una guerra contra 11 millones

    El Departamento de Seguridad Nacional ha publicado sus planes para cumplir las amenazas de Donald Trump contra 11 millones de personas.

March 24, 2017

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