50 Years After Memphis Sanitation Workers Went On Strike, Remembering MLK’s Words
Exactly 50 years ago, roughly 1,300 sanitation workers in Memphis, Tenn. went on strike for better work... more
By Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Lorde Took a Stand for Palestinian Rights. Now an Israeli Organization Is Suing Her Fans.
Lawsuit against two New Zealand citizens is a test case for Israel's draconian anti-BDS legislation. more
By Alex Kane
The Right To Mother and Do Sex Work
In custody battles, sex workers face trial by slut-shaming more
By Carrie Weisman
Women Across the Globe Are Planning to Strike on March 8. Here’s Why.
Welcome to Interviews for Resistance. We’re now into the second year of the... more
By Sarah Jaffe
The Case for Nationalizing Elon Musk
On Tuesday, Elon Musk launched some stuff into space. The SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket was... more
By Kate Aronoff
Why People Across the Country Are Raising Money to Bail Strangers Out of Jail
This article first appeared on Waginig Nonviolence. The premise of Mariame Kaba’s idea,... more
By Victoria Law
Here’s How a Supreme Court Decision To Gut Public Sector Unions Could Backfire on the Right
Janus v. AFSCME, which begins oral arguments on February 26, is the culmination of a years-long... more
By Shaun Richman
Are You Sick? Blame Poverty.
The United States faces some of the worst income inequality in the industrialized... more
By Jesse Mechanic
Can the Democratic Party’s Left Flank Win in 2018? This Illinois Primary Could Be a Bellwether
Progressive challenger Marie Newman is hoping to shock the political establishment by unseating House Rep. Dan Lipinski, a conservative Democrat and longtime incumbent. more
By Daniel Moattar