Ethan Corey is a New York-based reporter writing about politics, social movements and inequality. Follow him on Twitter at @ethanscorey.
How the Democratic Convention Became a One-Stop Shop for Corporations Seeking Political Influence
A group of activists in Philadelphia is fighting back. MORE
Features · July 26, 2016
Many Pro-Bernie Groups Don’t Want Trump But Still Don’t Trust Clinton. Here’s Their Plan.
Sanders may have endorsed Clinton, but the groups supporting him are plotting a fight for progressive policies far beyond the 2016 election MORE
Features · July 13, 2016
Bernie’s Army Is Already Deploying in Down-Ballot Races
Volunteers plug in to progressive races nationwide MORE
Features · June 7, 2016
The Political Revolution Will Continue Long After Bernie Sanders’ Campaign. Here’s How.
Grassroots groups plan to harness Bernie's momentum—and, if he agrees, his voter lists. MORE
Features · May 8, 2016
The Bernie Sanders Campaign Is Electrifying New York Politics. Will It Be Enough to Win the Primary?
Inspired by Sanders, independent groups like "Team Bernie NYC" and "Harlem for Bernie" have been hitting the streets to engage voters MORE
Act Locally · April 18, 2016
Why Compton Students Are Suing Their Schools
Nine in 10 6th grade students in the area have witnessed or experienced a violent crime. Is trauma counseling part of their right to an equal education? MORE
Act Locally · January 4, 2016
Connecting the Dots Between the “Identity Politics” of Black Lives Matter and Class Politics
“We like to think of class as the empirical, tangible idea behind everything else. You know, there’s race, gender, sexuality, and all the other social differences that we sometimes derisively... MORE
Working · October 27, 2015
The Brooklyn Tenant Union That’s Fighting Gentrification Through Collective Bargaining
For the past two years, the Crown Heights Tenant Union of Brooklyn has used collective bargaining strategies to win victories around rent control and tenant protection laws. MORE
Act Locally · July 22, 2015
‘Hands Up, Don’t Shoot’: A National Moment of Silence for Mike Brown
Less than a week after the fatal shooting of unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown by Ferguson, Missouri police, supporters across the country took to the streets on Thursday night to hold a national moment... MORE
The ITT List · August 15, 2014
How the ‘Schedules That Work’ Act Could Change the Lives of Millions of Workers
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly half of part-time workers aged 26 to 32 receive their schedules with less than a week’s notice—and their hours often vary dramatically. Such... MORE
Working · July 30, 2014