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January 23, 2018

January 22, 2018

  • One year later and twice as pissed off

    Anger and discontent surged beyond what lead organizers intended at the massive Women's Marches marking one year since Trump's inauguration.

  • Starving Gaza one tunnel at a time

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces corruption charges and fading support, so he's turned to a new assault on Gaza.

  • The fight goes on for a deported activist

    Supporters and family of a deported activist rallied to protest the repression she faces at the hands of authorities at multiple levels.

  • City drivers get a new contract in Chicago

    After months of negotiations and a planned strike vote, city snowplow and garbage truck drivers in Chicago ratified a new contract.

January 19, 2018

January 18, 2018

January 17, 2018

  • Lessons from a year of resistance

    One year after the Women's Marches, the left needs to take stock of what strategies will help build the opposition against Trump--and what won't.

  • Picked off by the right-wing thought police

    George Ciccariello-Maher's resignation is a chilling reminder that the war on left-wing voices is taking a toll and needs to be fought.

  • Finding our voices in defense of clinics

    Dozens of pro-choice activists turned out to defend a Seattle clinic, despite the attempts of Planned Parenthood to discourage them.

  • Never forget Nagasaki

    I traveled to Japan to apologize, especially to the Hibakusha--the word for survivors of the atomic blasts during the World War II.

January 16, 2018

  • Does revolution still matter for the left?

    The question of revolution isn't about the distant final climax, but how we understand our power today--and what the society we're fighting for looks like.

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