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August 21, 2017

  • How Boston turned the tide on the far right

    Tens of thousands of people mobilized in Boston in a magnificent display of solidarity that sent the far-right and neo-Nazi forces packing.

  • The Bay Area gets ready to confront the right

    Anti-racists from all over the Bay Area and beyond are coming together to confront the right when it rallies in Berkeley August 27.

  • Losing the battle and the war

    The Democratic Party has continuously ceded ground on abortion rights. The left needs to take a different approach.

  • Don't glorify either war "hero"

    By equating George Washington and Robert E. Lee, Trump wants to whitewash racism, but that doesn't mean we revere Washington.

  • Views in brief

    Students lead the way in Vermont | Demolishing Israeli myths | ICE lies about Frank Fuentes | A question not asked | Hands off Venezuela

August 18, 2017

  • Calls ring out for action against the far right

    Anti-racists mobilizing against the neo-Nazis in Berkeley are calling for a National Weekend of Solidarity on August 26-27.

  • Rebellion with a cause

    A feature film about the 1967 rebellion in Detroit is marred by one-dimensional Black characters and overly sympathetic cops.

August 17, 2017

  • A nuclear bully with Korea in his crosshairs

    Donald Trump dramatically raised the danger of war by threatening "fire and fury" against North Korea, stunning regional allies and rivals alike.

  • The right's hate won't go unopposed in Boston

    As right-wing forces organize for another hate-filled protest in Boston, it's crucial for anti-racist activists to unite in opposition.

  • Meeting terror with solidarity around the U.S.

    The right's deadly violence in Charlottesville sparked protests against the fascists and solidarity with the victims across the country.

  • Students dump a racist symbol

    South Burlington High School students faced a racist backlash in their fight to change the school's sports team name--but they won.

  • Unidos contra la derecha

    La derecha mostró su asqueroso rostro en Charlottesville, pero la airada protesta masiva que le salió al encuentro nos muestra cómo derrotar a este cáncer.

August 16, 2017

  • The right-wing rats and their ringleader

    The racists who turned out in Charlottesville want to inspire terror--and they are being aided in their cause by the president of the United States.

  • How New York subways got broke on purpose

    The starving of the transit system in the richest city in the world is as an indictment of a greedy and shortsighted ruling class.

  • No more Charlottesvilles

    We have to continue to unite the struggle against right-wing racists to stop them before they are able to kill again.

  • Minneapolis rallies around a bombed mosque

    More than 1,000 people turned out to show their support for a suburban Minneapolis mosque that was bombed earlier this month.

  • Maryland, oh my! Maryland

    With Confederate monuments coming down across the South, it's time that University of Maryland got rid of its racist song.

August 15, 2017

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