Launch Of Apartheid Off Campus

By Apartheid Off Campus. -

Apartheid Off Campus was born officially just over a week ago and it could not have come at a better time, with the new and ever-mounting challenges the Palestinians have had to face. In this [...]

Organizing For Environmental Justice

By Alex Gordon, Coalfield Justice. -

Young people have been paramount to just about every successful social movement in this country, with the Climate Movement, and the revolt against oil and gas being no exceptions. Regardless, we [...]

“Everyone Deserves A Cost-Of-Living Adjustment”: Interview With UCSC Striker Yulia Gilich

Santa Cruz, CA – Graduate student teaching assistants (TAs) at the University of California in Santa Cruz (UCSC) are fighting for a livable wage. A year of unsuccessful attempts to encourage [...]

Students Sue Harvard For Investment In Private Prisons

By Staff, Harvardprisondivest.org -

This is not a decision that our campaign arrived at lightly. Turning to the courts is a last resort. Having tried multiple channels, from protests to petitions to rallies to teach-ins to reports [...]

A New Generation Of Climate Activists Is Reviving Fossil Fuel Divestment

By Nick Engelfried, Waging Nonviolence. -

A wave of student-led actions swept across the campuses of around 60 U.S. and Canadian schools last month, as students turned to sit-ins, walkouts and banner drops to pressure universities into [...]

Why Should You Care About The UCSC Strike?

By Nick Slater, Current Affairs -

Last December, hundreds of graduate students at the University of California-Santa Cruz (UCSC) voted to go on strike. Their sole demand was a cost of living adjustment (COLA) to their monthly [...]

Palestinian Freedom 2020: Student Activists Confront Democratic Candidates Over Aid To Israel

By Michael Arria, Mondoweiss.net -

Hasan is a first-generation Palestinian activist who attends Tuft University and got involved in the movement after seeing the impact Israeli policy has had on his family. (“I do this because [...]

Harvard Law School Students Disrupt Recruitment Event, Calling On Major Law Firm To #DropExxon

By Eoin Higgins, Commondreams.org -

Over 100 students from Harvard Law School staged a public protest against a recruitment dinner hosted by law firm Paul Weiss on Wednesday night, calling for the company to cut ties with fossil [...]

In Sacramento, Youth Activists Push To Get Police Out Of Schools

By Susan Abram, Chronicleofsocialchange.org -

Her brother had bumped into the officer and apologized, Lopez said. But the officer proceeded to question him and asked him for his ID. “It was all new to me,” said Lopez, now 17 and a senior, of [...]

Inside 10 Days That Shook Syracuse University: Fear, Power, Confusion And ‘Not Again’

By Julie McMahon, Syracuse.com -

A student uprising, brewing for years at Syracuse University, transformed overnight a new $50 million campus gym into a shelter for protesters. The sit-in eventually commanded a national [...]

JDL Canada Thugs Attack York Students Then Cry “Anti-Semitism”

By Nora Barrows-Friedman, Electronicintifada.net -

Canadian politicians are echoing fabricated claims of anti-Semitism after students rallying for Palestinian rights were attacked by a violent anti-Palestinian group at York University in Toronto [...]

Power To Disrupt: Limits And Possibilities Of Campus Sit-Ins

By Jason Koslowski, Roarmag.org -

College campuses are systems of capitalist domination: of workers, students and surrounding communities. But campus revolts have been on the rise in recent years. In the US, for instance, as the [...]

College Students From The Korea University Student Association Entered US Embassy Residence

By Staff,  Sovereignty Broadcast -

On October 18, university students staged a protest inside the residence of the U.S. ambassador to South Korea against defense cost-sharing. South Korea paid $920 million for 2018 (in addition to [...]

‘Continue The Fight!’: A ‘98 Activist Reflects On The 2019 Student Movement In Indonesia

By Amalinda Savirani, Theconversation.com -

When young people around the world took to the streets last week to call for action on climate change, thousands of students across Indonesia were marching too. Like their global peers, haze from [...]

On Fifth Anniversary Of Mexico’s Missing 43 Students, Anguished Families Still Seek Answers

By Arturo Conde, Nbcnews.com -

When Antonio Tizapa’s 20-year-old son Jorge disappeared with 42 other teacher’s college students in Iguala, Mexico, he did not think that they would still be missing five years later. “We still [...]