Amazon’s attempts to contest an election from last April where workers at the Staten Island JFK8 warehouse voted to unionize have failed.
Author and artist Janet Sarbanes examines the meanings and potential of autonomy as a political concept in her book, ‘Letters on the Autonomy Project.’
“If society upholds the pretense that jails and prisons act as a rehabilitative service, we must consider what condition these people will be in when they re-enter society.”
Greece ranks 19th out of 26 EU nations in terms of wages, yet has the highest energy prices in the union.
A Palestinian worker for UNRWA in the West Bank is accusing the agency of retaliating against him for leading a strike for better pay.
From backroom deals between Hillary Clinton and Goldman Sachs to US covert operations in Haiti, Tunisia, Italy and beyond, WikiLeaks revealed the dark underbelly of US power.
Berlin won a huge victory for tenants but real estate companies have fought back; will the bizarre “redo” election speed up socialization?
A Georgia man tried to file a complaint against law enforcement in Bullock, GA, for the treatment he received in jail, but found himself in handcuffs instead.
Rosa Parks’s decades of activist experience have been overshadowed by a selective history of the civil rights movement that ignores its roots in a longer, protracted struggle for justice.
Around the country, corporate utility giants like DTE in Michigan are leaving communities vulnerable while impeding progress on decarbonization—and that’s exactly why a transition to community-owned utilities must happen.