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Edgar Franks

The U.S. labor movement scored a surprising victory last year—one that offers profound hope for not only advancing farmworkers rights but also tackling challenges like white supremacy and climate change. more

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Paul Corio

Trump’s first year was marked by division, derision, indecision, and lack of supervision. more

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Jeff Turner

The Great Recession may be over, but abusive mortgage servicers are still at work, and they're transforming neighborhoods into rental markets. more

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Trump’s Administration, so far, may not be as bad for American Indians as Andrew Jackson or Ulysses S. Grant. But it aims to be. more

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Tennessee officials just barred citizens from carrying homemade signs in the state legislature, where they are allowed to bring loaded guns... more

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Reconnecting with other people and letting go of the mad pursuit of stuff, at all costs, is easier when you surround yourself with other people who are doing the same. more

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Trump's recent attacks on the legitimacy of law enforcement have a history. Take a look at this excerpt from “It’s Even Worse Than You Think: What the Trump Administration Is Doing to America.” more

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Religious leaders are at the forefront of the Trump opposition. more

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February is Black History Month; 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of 1968, a sacred year for activist athletes. Tyus was a star on the Olympic world stage, a time when women weren’t supposed to be athletes, and black people were treated second class. more

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Trump

Susan Walsh AP

Trump's economic claims have breached the wall between upbeat spin and outright mendacity. more

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VA: Alt Right, Neo Nazis Hold Torch Rally at UVA

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The alt-right would rather destroy liberal democracy before they allow people of color and women to gain political and social power. And Trump can't risk alienating them. more

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Liz Cooke

Around the world, low-wage workers are outlining a coherent vision of what a human-centered, post-neoliberal world might look like. more

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TryJimmy

Anthony Ray Hinton spent thirty years on death row before he was exonerated, and released in 2015. Here’s an excerpt from his forthcoming book, where he writes about waiting to be killed for crimes he didn't commit. more

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USMC Sgt. Ray Lewis

We are being conned into affirming the wars as well as the warriors—which puts those who serve at greater peril. more

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The U.S. Press Freedom Tracker has documented dozens of attacks on journalists last year, including arrests and physical assaults. more

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Jesse Lenz

Saikou Touray learned the hard way how tough it is for people from other countries fleeing danger in the age of Donald Trump. more

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