All 22 locations of the Pratt Library system are included in the union drive, which is just the latest in a string of union campaigns sweeping Baltimore.
On Oct. 8, Chris Hedges and others will gather in Washington, DC, to demand Julian Assange’s release and denounce the US government’s campaign against him.
Video obtained by PAR reveals how police in a small Texas town used violence to force a man who was not suspected of crime to turn over his phone. The warrantless seizure raises more questions about the use of illegal tactics by police in rural communities.
The rock star of Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave fame made a stop in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, to support miners who’ve been on strike for the past 18 months.
As of Sept. 15, Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves has declared Jackson’s water safe to drink, but a long battle to properly resource the city’s recovery remains ahead.
As the strike at Case New Holland drags into its fifth month, workers remain in high spirits and steadfast in their demands, despite the employer dragging its feet at the bargaining table.
The dangers of emigrating to Europe are growing, and the military and security industry lobby are to blame.
Vladyslav Starodubtsev is a historian of Central and Eastern Europe, and a member of Sotsyalnyi Rukh, a Ukrainian organization that unites the democratic left.
Brazil’s military dictatorship was a dark time in the country’s history. Hundreds were killed. Thousands jailed and tortured. And it is an era that President Jair Bolsonaro remembers with nostalgia.
California Correctional Center in Susanville is ordered to shut down, in a win for advocates.