immigrant rightsYoung activists on the move
laborBoeing’s cruel win
Fifty-one percent of machinists finally cave under pressure from politicians and their own international union heads.
soapboxIn Greece, a war on human rights
Interview with Athens feminist reveals the plight of women is especially dire.
editorialResistance in Fallujah
The fighting in this Iraqi city is grass-roots defiance against the regime, not a jihadist takeover.
A U.S.-sanctioned fraud, the recent right-wing victory spurs militant counter-organizing.
book reviewThe fate of displaced Africans
The novel We Need New Names follows a young girl’s odyssey from Zimbabwe to the U.S.
feminismTaking “sainted bishops” to court
ACLU puts Catholic dogma against abortion on trial.
internationalAboriginal deaths in custody
Australian supporters launch a global social media campaign on the 10th -anniversary of TJ Hickey’s death.
laborLabor Weather Report
A glance at how some workers and their unions are faring in the class struggle.
political prisonersLynne Stewart
The intrepid people’s lawyer is free at last.
Remembering a longtime Trotskyist and unionist.
letters to the editorReaders’ views on ...
Socialist candidates, Detroit, Syria, and more.
fsp conventionA world to win … a planet to save!
Activists will convene in LA four days in May to deliberate on building a movement for revolutionary change.
healthcareDying for universal healthcare
Why is the United States so far behind in this basic human need? The profit motive is the real culprit.
feminismMarissa Alexander out of jail ... but not free
As support continues to grow, Alexander's defense committee mobilizes for scheduled March 31 retrial.
political prisonersFree Nestora Salgado
laborDetroit workers vs. the banksters
As public workers fight for benefits and pensions, the repercussions will be felt nationwide.
lgbtDouble jeopardy: LGBT workers of color
On the bottom rungs of a low-wage economy.
radical womenBreak the silence, end the violence
Students organize to stop sexual assault on college campuses.
world beatSyria’s winter of pain
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