The immigrant bashing of Republicans is back in the spotlight in Washington, but we shouldn't forget the Deporter-in-Chief's dismal record.
The dire conditions facing immigrants and asylum seekers in Greece are a critical issue facing the SYRIZA government.
The shooting of a Black homeless man by Los Angeles police exposes how city policies scapegoat the poor and unhoused.
A Russian socialist website responds to the murder of Boris Nemtsov, a prominent opponent of President Vladimir Putin.
A University of Washington student puts the struggle for diversity on campus in the larger context of American racial injustice.
A shocking series of reports reveal that Chicago police have been running their own "black site" detention facility, where torture is rampant.
The university's undergraduate Senate voted to support divestment from companies complicit in Israel's human rights abuses.
FBI Director James Comey was praised for a speech that acknowledged the existence of racism--but mischaracterized its causes.
The first efforts of a divestment campaign at the University of Toledo were set back by bigoted and undemocratic maneuvering.
The deaths of three athletes from different sports and eras showed us how they were each trailblazers in their own ways.
A Greek socialist answers questions about the political situation following the agreement with the Eurogroup--and the struggles that now lie ahead.
There is a reason why Malcolm X's words and actions continue to resonate with radicals half a century after his death.
Student activists led walkouts at University of Washington campuses to show opposition to racism and address the issue of diversity.
The agreement between the Greek government and European lenders accepts the limits of a neoliberal policy of austerity.
A possible players' strike in response to greed of the Major League Soccer management could derail the new season.
What do the stories of Internet communities like Anonymous and Pirates Bay tell us about political consciousness online?
Many associate the term oppression with discrimination against specific groups, but there is also an oppression suffered by the whole working class.
In his last year, Malcolm X became a revolutionary internationalist who was developing ties to the socialist left.
The third African Heritage Delegation to Palestine found conditions more like the Jim Crow South than a 21st century democracy.
It's easy to feel alone, but we can take hope from the teachers, parents and students standing up to high-stakes testing.
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