The Supreme Court's legalization of same-sex marriage is a big step forward--and further evidence that "Without struggle, there is no progress."
A leading force in SYRIZA's Left Platform describes the stakes in the mobilization for a "no" vote in Greece's referendum.
Recognizing the fiction of race is necessary to understand the realities of racism and capitalism--and the possibility of liberation.
Six years into a supposed economic recovery, almost half of the people in the world's richest country couldn't handle a $400 emergency expense.
The authors of the book Racecraft explain how the fiction of race obscures the real source of racism and inequality today.
Socialist filmmaker Ken Loach's Jimmy's Hall is about two struggles: fighting evictions and preserving a place to organize.
The frequency of mass shootings in the U.S. has people around the world wondering, "What is it with Americans and guns?"
If the Confederate flag is too toxic to sell, how can Walmart peddle the merchandise of the Washington football team?
Dirty, dangerous and unethical | We want justice for Kumar | That flag belongs in the dustbin | We need gun control
The Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage was a sweeping victory in the decades-long struggle to recognize the humanity of LGBT people.
The SYRIZA government's decision to hold a referendum on European demands for yet more austerity has opened up a new political situation.
Sign a petition to support the antiracist activists who took down the Confederate flag from the South Carolina Capitol grounds.
Despite a police crackdown, the streets of the capital of Yerevan are alive with mass protests against an electricity price hike.
Feras Morad and Hector Morejon were unarmed, but Long Beach police killed them anyway. Their families are fighting back.
The British media is celebrating the defeat of France's Napoleon in a battle 200 years ago, but the real story is different.
The Charleston massacre has millions wondering what can be done--but the political and media establishment aren't offering real answers.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's proposal to hire some 1,300 new cops is another sign that he's no progressive savior.
An activist who was racially profiled, falsely arrested and brutalized speaks out for the right to organize and demonstrate.
The spotlight is back on top U.S. officials from the Bush years for their role in the post-9/11 persecution of Arabs and Muslims.
Dozens of Black construction workers picketed a site at the University of Chicago to demand good-paying jobs.
Socialism 2015 | Chicago | July 2-5
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