Historic Climate Liability Case In Colorado Against Exxon And Suncor

By Earth Rights International. -

Washington, D.C.–Today, the United States Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit ruled that a case launched by Boulder County, San Miguel County, and the City of Boulder will proceed in state, rather [...]

Supreme Court Rejects Effort To Greenlight Keystone XL Construction

By Jake Johnson, Commondreams. -

The Supreme Court late Monday upheld a federal judge's rejection of a crucial permit for Keystone XL and blocked the Trump administration's attempt to greenlight construction of the 1,200-mile [...]

How Black And Brown Workers Are Redefining Strikes

By Mike Elk, Payday Report. -

During George Floyd’s funeral on June 9th, Black dockworkers in Charleston, S.C., shut down the nation’s 4th busiest port and gathered to show their solidarity with the Black Lives Matter [...]

Rally Protests Anti-Racist Teacher’s Suspension

By Lyn Neeley, Workers.org. -

Milton, MA - Hundreds rallied on Juneteenth (June 19) in Milton, Mass., calling for an end to systemic racism in school curriculum and voicing support for Zakia Jarrett, an African-American [...]

Washington State Law Puts Limits On Facial Recognition Technology

By Michael Maharrey, Activist Post. -

Olympia, WA - Last week, a Washington state law went into effect that requires a warrant for ongoing and realtime facial recognition surveillance. The new law will not only help protect privacy [...]

Why Did The Bureau Of Prisons Impose A National Lockdown?

By Natalia Schuurman, AFGJ.org. -

Following the murder of George Floyd by a white police officer in Minneapolis on May 25, a nationwide uprising of unprecedented proportions has swept  the U.S. in thousands of cities and towns, [...]

George Floyd’s Death Inspires An Unlikely Movement In Indonesia

By David Pierson, The LA Times. -

In the past month, social media have been awash with the #Papuanlivesmatter hashtag, which has attracted backing from actors, artists and many of Indonesia’s progressive youth. University student [...]

Black Militia Marches On Stone Mountain, Demands Removal Of Confederate Monument

By Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance. -

About 1,000 heavily armed militia, all of whom were Black, marched through Georgia's Stone Mountain Park on Saturday, challenging white nationalist groups in the area to either come out and fight [...]

Federal Judge Orders Dakota Access Pipeline Shut Down

By Amy R. Sisk, The Bismark Tribune. -

The Dakota Access Pipeline must be shut down and emptied of oil within 30 days while a lengthy environmental review of the project is conducted, a federal judge ruled Monday. The move was [...]

Atlantic Coast Pipeline Canceled Following Years Of Protests

By  Olivia Rosane, EcoWatch. -

The Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP), which would have carried fracked natural gas through 600 miles of West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina, will never be completed. Pipeline owners [...]

Black Women In Italy Weren’t Being Heard, That’s Changed

By Stefania Dignoti, The Lilly. -

Ariam Tekle had just begun co-hosting a podcast about black identities in Italy when, in late May, George Floyd was killed in police custody and a series of Black Lives Matter protests erupted [...]

Chicago Protest: No To The Continuation Of The Theft Of Palestinian Land

By the US Palestinian Community Network. -

Over 300 cars and 700 Palestinians, Arabs, and supporters gathered today in the heart of our community in the southwest suburbs of Chicago to say #NoToAnnexation, no to colonization, no to the [...]

Massive March Demands Justice And Liberation For Palestine

By Samidoun. -

Thousands of people joined a massive rally and march for Palestine in Brooklyn, New York, as part of the “Day of Rage” against Israeli annexation, colonization and Zionism in Palestine on [...]

Raleigh Black Lives Matter Protest Reaches 35th Day

By Richard Stradling and Sophie Kasakove, The News & Observer. -

For the 35th consecutive day, Black Lives Matter protesters chanted, made speeches, waved signs and marched across downtown Raleigh on Saturday. They are protesting SB 168 which lawmakers passed [...]

Cops Off Campus And Out of Our Unions!

By David Klassen, Spectre Journal. -

The union I am a part of, the Professional Staff Congress (PSC) at the City University of New York (CUNY), voted not only to kick the cops off campus but also to drive the cop union out of the [...]