Matt Littrell was terminated from Amazon in 2022 in suspected retaliation for his work to unionize his warehouse under the ALU. After over a year in legal limbo, he’s still fighting to get his settlement.
The Dutch soccer player, who was fired for using the phrase “From the river to the sea,” should be emulated and admired by fellow athletes who’ve remained silent thus far.
Built on a policy platform authored by the Heritage Foundation, Project 2025 seeks a rapid and almost total takeover of the federal government.
In a seemingly unprecedented move, the NY Supreme Court just granted a temporary restraining order preventing members of the Association of Legal Aid Attorneys – UAW Local 2325 from even voting on a resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.
Fernandez’s killing by Philippine National Police comes amid a worsening climate of repression for labor under the Marcos Jr. administration.
VOTE, a non-profit organization and c4 political group led by formerly incarcerated people, is at the forefront of the fight to stop the $110 million construction of a new mental health wing at New Orleans Parish Jail.
Bumfuzzled by losses among young voters, media outlets obscure how much Biden’s lockstep support of Israel is harming his prospects in the 2024 election.
Palestine Action, an affinity network with chapters in the US and UK, is waging an international campaign against Elbit Systems, Israel’s largest drone supplier—and they want you to get involved.
Testimony from survivors of Al Aqsa Flood, combined with the documented past actions of Israel’s armed forces against captured soldiers and civilians, raise questions about what really caused the high Israeli death toll.
In a new feature documentary, “Killer Water,” award-winning journalist Brandi Morin and award-winning filmmaker/director Geordie Day expose the toxic legacy of Alberta’s tar sands and its impact on Indigenous communities.