Mexicans Organize To Defend The Will Of The People And Impose Democracy

By Staff, Socialistorganizer.com -

 This massive support for AMLO reflects the people’s anger and despair after more than 30 years of policies that have handed over the nation’s wealth and resources to a handful of billionaires [...]

Poor People’s March To Arrive In DC, Set Up Resurrection City

By Poor People's Economic and Human Rights Campaign, Popular Resistance. -

Washington, DC - This summer marks the 50th anniversary of the 1968 Poor People’s March on Washington. This effort, organized by Martin Luther King, Jr., united poor people from around the United [...]

In Response To ICE Raids And Family Separation, Immigrant Communities Are Fighting Back

By Tanner Howard, Inthesetimes.com -

Since May 19, a hotline dedicated to assisting families threatened by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has been ringing nonstop. That same day is when ICE agents across the Chicagoland [...]

Cherokee Nation Hosts Send-Off For ‘Remember The Removal’ Bike Riders

By Levi Rickert, Native News Online. -

Tahlequah, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation will host a send-off ceremony for the nine young Cherokee cyclists who leave Tahlequah on Tuesday for the 2018 Remember the Removal Bike Ride. This [...]

Amazon Bows To The Unions: New Shifts And Higher Wages

By Antonio Sciotto, Global.ilmanifesto.it -

For the first time in Europe, the e-commerce multinational Amazon signed a contract with the unions regarding the organization of work shifts. This “historic” event—as FILCAMS CGIL, CISL and [...]

Stop The Pentagon Takeover Of Space

By The Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space, Popular Resistance. -

Outer space is being taken over by the worlds military. In particular, the US Space Command’s “Vision for 2020” describes the goal of “Full Spectrum Dominance”: military superiority on land, at [...]

Teen Voices In The Fight To Raise The Minimum Wage In Massachusetts

By Jessicah Pierre, Inequality.org -

Norma Meza is an 18-year-old student at Charlestown High School in Charlestown, Massachusetts. Growing up, she watched her mother battle health issues such as kidney failure, lupus, and ulcers. [...]

Battling The Indignities Of Detroit’s Water Shut-Offs

By Valerie Burris, Zocalopublicsquare.org -

I never considered myself a politically active type. In fact, I abhorred politics for three decades. But about 25 years ago, I realized that I couldn’t fight my personal health insurance issues [...]

Ethiopian Unions Pitch For Minimum Wage In Garment Sector

By Umer Beigh, Thedawn-news.org -

Unions in Ethiopia are attempting to mobilize textile and garment workers, who are facing a massive wage crisis – most of the workers are forced to work under twenty Ethiopian Birr (ETB) per day, [...]

Prisoners Organizing National Strike Against ‘Modern Day Slavery’

By Michael Arria, In these Times. -

Prisoners across the country say they are gearing up for an end-of-summer nationwide strike against inhumane living conditions and unpaid labor—or, in their words, “modern-day slavery.” The [...]

A New Model For Progressive Politics In The Heart Of Deindustrialization

By Bruce Vail, Inthesetimes.com -

It’s startling when your hometown is labeled the worst city in the United States for African Americans. That’s what happened in Peoria in late 2016 when a survey by the online publication 24/7 [...]

Re-Centering Anti-War And Anti-Imperialism As Working Class Issues

By Black Alliance for Peace. -

Today is the day that the multi-national, multi-racial working classes express solidarity with all those who labor, who have nothing but their labor power to sell in order to eke out a living for [...]

War Is A Women’s Issue

By Cheryl Biren, Marchonpentagon.com -

Imperialist War is an atrocity and atrocities make up the whole of the atrocity. When they cannot be suppressed, the Pentagon and corporate media work in tandem to convince the public that the [...]

International Day Of Campesino Struggle Marked In Latin America

By Staff, Telesurtv.net -

Every year, on April 17, social movements and Campesinos commemorate the International Day of Campesino Struggle to honor the 19 campesinos of Brazil’s Landless Workers’ Movement murdered by [...]

CIA’s Secret Torture Program Sparked Citizen-led Public Reckoning In North Carolina

By Alexandra Moore, Activistpost.com -

President Donald Trump’s nominee for CIA director, Gina Haspel, is reported to have overseen a U.S. site in Thailand where torture of a suspected terrorist took place. Later she allegedly helped [...]