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  • Which path to take from the People's Summit?

    Can the Democratic Party be reformed from within? Or is an alternative necessary? Those were two big questions underlying the People's Summit.

  • A system that let working-class people burn

    The fire that destroyed Grenfell Tower has exposed, in the starkest terms, the horror of an austerity-racked, class-divided society.

  • Sakuma workers win their first contract

    Five years of organizing by farmworkers paid off when members of Familias Unidas por la Justicia ratified their first agreement.

  • These workers shouldn't go to jail for protesting

    Labor and human rights activists in Egypt speak out against prison sentences for cement workers who held a peaceful protest.

  • Views in brief

    More uniting to fight the right | Capitalism and colonialism in Tibet | The transit system we deserve | Has anything changed at UPS? | Mahwah residents are fighting, too

June 19, 2017

  • A symbol of sanctuary for others to follow

    More than 100 people packed into a North Carolina church to welcome Juana Luz Tobar Ortega into sanctuary from ICE within the church's walls.

  • What's at stake in the crisis over Qatar?

    A left-wing author explains the sources of the brewing conflict that led Saudi Arabia and other countries to cut ties with Qatar.

  • The question of caste

    Arundhati Roy's book uses a historic debate to underscore the centrality of caste in India, while challenging the myths about Gandhi.

  • A living connection to past struggle

    We lost the last living connection to the left movement in Germany before the Second World War with Theodor Bergmann's death.

June 16, 2017

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