Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking, has witnessed firsthand the systematic inhumanity of the death penalty in the US. If more people saw what she’s seen, they would join the fight to abolish it.
President Joe Biden and other leaders from wealthy nations used a lot of nice-sounding rhetoric about tackling climate change at the COP26 conference in Glasgow, but they’ve made it clear that the oil and gas industries are still running the show.
The Progressive International is mobilizing nurses unions around the world to take on Big Pharma and the governments they have captured.
“The only thing the prohibition on travel will do is to further damage the economies of the affected countries and undermine their ability to respond to, and recover from, the pandemic.”
Two major Hungarian teaching trade unions join forces to set out four new demands in the face of continued government inaction.
Amazon is winning big money contracts from governments across Europe, but activists hope to turn this receipt of public money against the corporate giant.
Workers at Gorillas, the Berlin-based grocery delivery service, secured a major court victory as they continue their fight against “new economy” exploitation and rampant union busting.
City Council President Nick Mosby wants to resurrect a decades-old program, but housing advocates warn it won’t solve Baltimore’s housing crisis and instead helps out developers.
“It is very far from, to borrow from the country’s Constitution, ‘a perfect union.'”
Ten years after the right-wing assault on workers, unions, and public education, multiracial and multi-generational grassroots coalitions in places like Racine are carrying on the fighting spirit of the Wisconsin Uprising.