A veteran African American longshore union activist in Charleston is helping to organize a Labor Day march in response to racist violence.
The image of a 3-year-old refugee's lifeless body has shocked the world--but there are other pictures, of solidarity and generosity, fighting to be seen.
Bernie Sanders' campaign has already shaken up the 2016 election--but it raises questions for the left, particularly about the Democratic Party.
The cops have killed 782 people so far this year--but to hear them and their supporters tell it, you'd think they were under fire.
Angry protests over garbage collection are giving expression to the growing opposition to the regime in Lebanon.
The United Electrical union became the first national union in the U.S. to endorse the global campaign for Palestinian rights.
New York City's mayor has declared war, but the enemy isn't slumlords or brutal cops. It's Times Square's "painted ladies."
A small gathering held in Zimmerwald, Switzerland, 100 years ago marked a turning point in the socialist movement.
The turmoil on global stock markets is focusing attention on the instability of a world economy plagued by weaknesses and contradictions.
Educators are preparing for a possible strike after a long summer of fruitless negotiations with Seattle Public Schools.
Mass protests against systemic corruption have shaken Guatemala, culminating in a national day of action and general strike.
Political gridlock has disrupted garbage collection in Beirut and led to an outpouring of mass protest against corruption.
The TRADOC workers' cooperative in Mexico is celebrating 10 years of running one of the country's largest tire factories.
A group of parents and teachers are entering the third week of a hunger strike in their struggle to save Dyett High School on Chicago's South Side.
Since the Gezi protests of 2013, everything has changed for the formerly popular Justice and Development Party government.
The removal of a statue of the Confederate hero at the University of Texas is a victory, but there's more work to be done.
From an economic perspective, sports is now a true neoliberal fantasyland--and a completely social-justice-free zone.
Ten years after they were trapped by Katrina, Larry Bradshaw and Lorrie Beth Slonsky reflect on what has and hasn't changed in New Orleans.
The recent deaths of several Black men at the hands of Oakland police is more evidence of entrenched racism and brutality.
Unions need to mobilize for anti-racist activism because the Black freedom struggle can have a huge political impact.
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