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When all eyes turned to New Orleans, I thought, finally, things will change. more

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A museum explores Chaplin's legacy of dissent. more

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Labor leader, civil rights activist, feminist, and living legend. more

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Novella has grown lettuce for the Black Panthers, dumpster dived gourmet restaurants to feed her pigs, and lived for an entire month on what she produced on a vacant lot in downtown Oakland. more

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There is no excuse for supporting a racist, sexist, xenophobic buffoon like Donald Trump; but . . . more

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His should be a household name. more

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"This movement is bigger than $15 and a union." more

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“The conventional funeral is failing us on almost every front.” more

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How high speed rail could transform our economy and revitalize urban development. more

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"Nobody wants to be in a nursing home if they have a choice and more and more of those who are on the edge of that precipice are demanding options." more

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"You want to screw up your economy? Screw up your government." more

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Bob Master is co-chair of the New York State Working Families Party and political director for District One of the Communications Workers of America. He scored a major victory recently when Verizon workers won an agreement that ended a high-profi... more

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No matter what happens this year to Sanders and Trump, the people who support them are not going away. more

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In a recent survey of CA domestic workers, 76% work more than 45 hours a week, and 24-hour shifts are common. more

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Why is a habit that causes cancer, death, and brutal withdrawal systems so uniquely entrenched in Major League baseball? more

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Local currencies create a way for people to easily trade with one another without depending on banks. more

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Poetry by Jane Springer more

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Taking the high road means building communities where wages are high, the environment is protected, and democracy is strong. more

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Six years after the passage of the most sweeping big bank reform in history, how’s it going on the too-big-to-fail front? more

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