Ethan Corey is a writer and researcher based in New York. His work has appeared in The Nation, Rolling Stone and MEL magazine.
Labor
Is Your Pension Fund Plundering Puerto Rico?
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How the Democratic Convention Became a One-Stop Shop for Corporations Seeking Political Influence
A group of activists in Philadelphia is fighting back.
Feature
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
Feature
Bernie’s Army Is Already Deploying in Down-Ballot Races
Volunteers plug in to progressive races nationwide
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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.
Dispatch
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
Dispatch
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?
Labor
Connecting the Dots Between the “Identity Politics” of Black Lives Matter and Class Politics
Dispatch
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.
The ITT List
‘Hands Up, Don’t Shoot’: A National Moment of Silence for Mike Brown
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New California Legislation Would ‘Free Willy’
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Police in Ferguson Fire Rubber Bullets at Protestors
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Obama Administration Reverses Part of Lobbyist Ban
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Deputy Speaker of Israeli Parliament Calls for Complete Eradication of Gaza
Labor
How the ‘Schedules That Work’ Act Could Change the Lives of Millions of Workers
News Blog
New Senate Legislation Creates ‘Enforceable Bill of Rights’ for Campus Assault Survivors
The ITT List
Israeli Foreign Minister Threatens to Ban Al Jazeera
News Blog
How Standardized Tests Are Rigged Against Poor Schools
News Blog
Oops! Top 1% Even Richer Than We Thought
News Blog
Poll: Chicagoans Say They Want Rahm Emanuel Out, Karen Lewis In
News Blog
Uber Driver Kidnaps Passengers in Attempt To Avoid $2,000 Fine
News Blog
Federal Workers Lose Their Desks in ‘Cost-Saving’ Measure
Dispatch
OUR Walmart Crashes the Party
What happens when you talk about workers' rights during a shareholders meeting?
The ITT List
Public Housing Residents Demand Fair Chance at Contractor Jobs
News Blog
Supreme Court Decisions A Mixed Bag for Climate Change Regulations
News Blog
American Apparel Decides Alleged Creep CEO Is Bad for Business
News Blog
At Uber, ‘The Other Dude in the Car’ Demands Some Respect
Labor
Chicago Aldermen Want a $15 Minimum Wage in Their City, Too
News Blog
President Obama Takes Huge Step for LGBT Rights
News Blog
The Koch Brothers Could Own Every House in Atlanta