us electionsThe grand illusion
Is this what democracy looks like?
editorialA message from Dallas
Ongoing racist executions by police demand a vast and inclusive movement to defend the struggle against police repression.
guest book reviewBetween the World and Me
Author Ta-Nehisi Coates’ book, boldly takes on systemic racism in the U.S.A. and demands “Whose life matters the most, and why?”
police stateTo curb police brutality in NYC
Join the NYC grass roots Campaign for an Elected Civilian Review Board.
soapboxNeoliberalism is a dud
Even some of the wonks at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) admit the system has fostered a little “inequality.” Ya think?
editorialKurds as scapegoats
Turkish president blames Kurdish independence fighters for acts of terror against civilians.
letters to the editorA family fights for long-denied justice ...
Plus: a timely appeal from the Rosenberg Fund for Children; why anti-Zionism is not anti-Semitism; and more.
environment“Our health is not for sale!”
native american movementA big win for treaty rights
Fighting to save fishing rights and prevent extensive pollution, the Lummi tribe took on the coal industry.
dateline australiaAnti-racist unity at 1968 Olympics
The little-known story of an Australian sprinter’s solidarity with U.S. Black medalists.
lgbtqAnguish and anger
The unacknowledged roots of the Orlando massacre.
educationTeach For America
Despite its attraction for young aspiring teachers, TFA might more properly be called “Teach for Corporate America.”
laborOur side on the move
A strike wave in France; a legal blow to scabs; and resistance to Walmart.
internationalStriking Mexican teachers
Public outraged at the government’s murderous attempts to smash teachers’ unions.
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