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August 4, 2015

  • The racism that put a target on Sam DuBose

    Activists won a major victory with the indictment of the police officer who killed Samuel DuBose, but the struggle continues for justice.

  • Don't let them poison sacred ground

    Members of the Apache Nation are fighting an underhanded attempt by mining companies to gain access to protected land.

  • China after the boom

    The Chinese economy is at a turning point, and workers will be expected to bear the brunt of the crisis.

  • The "scare" of Old Labour

    A hysterical campaign is underway to undermine Jeremy Corbyn's bid to become the next leader of the British Labour Party.

  • Boston boots 2024 Olympics

    Boston activists succeeded in beating back the most powerful plutocrats in town when the city pulled its bid to host the 2024 games.

  • Puerto Rico: Deuda y crisis

    Neoliberalismo, deuda y austeridad son los ingredientes de la crisis económica en Puerto Rico, comunes a la situación en Grecia.

August 3, 2015

  • Opposing the newest austerity plan in Greece

    An activist in SYRIZA's left wing discusses the situation in Greece, after the government of Alexis Tsipras appeased European authorities with tax hikes and privatization.

  • Verizon wants to bust the union

    Verizon is making billions in profits, yet it's demanding huge concessions from workers, explains a CWA member.

  • The main enemy is the regime

    Egyptian revolution supporters who equally condemn the dictatorship and the Muslim Brotherhood are taking the regime's side.

  • Saying "Shell no" to Arctic drilling

    Portland environmental activists briefly stopped a Shell oil ship from traveling to the Arctic for oil drilling.

  • "Bargaining" by cop

    San Francisco Nursing Center has refused to negotiate and then called police to arrest community leaders supporting strikers.

July 30, 2015

July 29, 2015

  • Did Black lives ever matter to the Democrats?

    Even if the candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination say the right thing, the party's history on issues of race speaks louder than words.

  • Who was Atticus Finch really?

    The intense debate about Harper Lee's second novel says something about the impact of her first--and its political limitations.

  • In defense of gay marriage

    Revolutionaries can use battles for reforms like marriage equality to win people to more radical goals--but not from the sidelines.

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