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June 27, 2016

  • Victor Diaz is still fighting for justice

    A Vermont farmworker activist who was detained by ICE, but released after a solidarity campaign explains the stakes in this struggle for justice.

  • Discussing the meaning of the Brexit vote

    SW compiles a sample of left-wing comment on the ramifications of the UK referendum vote in favor of leaving the European Union.

  • The Democrats' cynical sit-in

    It's the season of political antics, and the Democrats showed they wouldn't be outdone with a sit-in that offered a false solution.

  • A campaign for Sakuma farmworkers

    Workers at Sakuma Bros. near Seattle are fighting for their first contract four years after a series of strikes launched their union.

  • Turning to the challenges ahead after the vote

    The day after the vote for "Brexit," as many as 1,500 people demonstrated in London in solidarity with refugees and migrants.

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  • What the Trump happened to the Republicans?

    Trump relishes his outsider image, but he won the GOP nomination because he holds positions with majority support among the party base.

  • Police crimes too big to hide

    The Oakland Police Department has gone through three chiefs in the last two weeks because of the cops' sickening abuses.

  • Drawing lessons for Lebanon

    The counterrevolution against the Arab Spring and the use of sectarianism have created new challenges for the left.

  • Taking on Trump in Greensboro

    Two days after his vile response to the Orlando massacre, Trump was confronted by hundreds of protesters in North Carolina.

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