Days after finalizing the closure of 50 schools, Rahm Emanuel and his handpicked board are pushing for deep funding cuts at even more schools.
The streets of São Paulo became a war zone when riot police attacked a peaceful demonstration protesting transit fare hikes.
The G8 leaders meeting in Northern Ireland won't talk about it, but the grim effects of their austerity policies aren't hard to see.
When a Native American student tried to wear an eagle feather--a symbol of honor--at her graduation, she was fined for it.
Kevin Coval's new book of poems Schtick looks at identity and heritage, oppression and resistance--all with biting wit.
After paying thousands to a storage facility for 15 years, they sold my most cherished possessions to collect a small debt.
Bipartisan immigration legislation being discussed in Congress is packed with border militarization and overwhelming obstacles to legalization.
Turkish police moved against the occupation of Gezi Park, but their brutality was met by resistance across the country.
Some New York City police think of their job as hunting people like they would animals–and they have T-shirts to prove it.
Thousands of activists converged on the German financial center of Frankfurt for two days of action and mass protests.
Life in East Jerusalem is even grimmer for Palestinians, as Israeli forces target them for arbitrary arrests and home demolitions.
Striking student support workers at Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash., won their first-ever contract.
Vigilancia, represión y violencia no nos protegen de un mundo peligroso, al contrario, lo hacen mucho más peligroso.
Students and faculty at the University of Washington are planning to call attention to Caterpillar's human rights abuses.
After the September 11 attacks, the Bush administration conducted a silent and far-reaching war on people of Arab descent.
After the February Revolution, two powers existed in Russia--the Provisional Government and the workers' councils.
Marx and Engels summarized their ideas in the most famous revolutionary pamphlet of all times, published as the revolutions of 1848 began.
Jeremy Scahill's film and book Dirty Wars provide a sorely needed investigation of U.S. foreign policy in the "war on terror."
A South Korean socialist provides a perspective on the escalating military threats between the U.S. and North Korea.
In Iceland, the same parties that were tossed out of office in the wake of mass protests four years ago are back in power.
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