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Food Movement, Meet Labor Movement
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The World Food Prize Gets Occupied
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Iran’s Non-Tahrir Moment
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In Person: Sister Activist
Simone Chapman leads Nuns on the Bus, who lobby for social and economic justice (and plague Paul Ryan).
Feature
Race v. Class
What kind of affirmative action is worth fighting for?
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After Quebec Elections, Red Squares Rise Again
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Housing Activists Take Aim at Fannie and Freddie
Labor
Charter Schools Stay Open During Strike, But Solidarity Lurks Inside
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Seven Arrested in Launch of Keystone Pipeline Blockade
The ITT List
Tropical Storm Isaac Deepens Man-Made Housing Disaster in Haiti
Feature
Suicide Is Anything but Painless
Military suicides rise amid limited mental and physical care for soldiers and veterans.
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Time for ‘Radical Environmentalism’
Feature
Beyond Gay Marriage
Is the LGBT movement walking down the aisle to nowhere?
The ITT List
Eminent Domain Plan Amounts to Another Fake Foreclosure Fix
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Occupy, Internet Freedom Groups Join Protests Against ‘NAFTA of the Pacific’
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Striking Back at Drone Attacks
Why has there been so little organized resistance to drone warfare?
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Anti-Foreclosure Movement Gains Steam With National Day of Action for MN Family
The ITT List
How Climate Change Got Removed From the Agenda of the Rio+20 Summit
Dispatch
Are Co-ops the Answer?
Around the world, people are democratizing the workplace.
Dispatch
After the Killing
The uncertain legacy of Trayvon Martin.
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Veterans Return Medals, Protesters Face Violence During Mass March on NATO Summit
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As the G8 Opens at Camp David, Thousands Rally in Chicago for Tax on Wall Street
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May Day in Chicago: Live Updates
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Movement Building and ‘Summit Hopping’
Organizers debate the potential of mass demonstrations against NATO.
Dispatch
No Vacancies: Squatters Move In
Growing movements on both sides of the Atlantic try to turn bank-owned houses into homes.
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Evicted from Tents, Occupy Moves Onto Sidewalks and Into Clinics
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Ahead of NATO Summit, Occupy Launches ‘Chicago Spring’
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‘Public Transportation Is a Human Right’: Demonstrators in 18 Cities Occupy Transit
The ITT List
West Allis, Wisconsin Joins Call for Overturn of Citizens United
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Occupy SF Evicted From Vacant Building, but Members Say Occupations Will Spread
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How Green Is the Green Economy?
Four environmental organizers and researchers examine the 'green jobs' buzz.
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UK Commission on 2011 Riots Points to ‘Poor Parenting,’ Underplays Police Violence
Dispatch
Mexican American Studies Suspension: A Teachable Moment in Tucson
Some educators and students refuse to accept a new curriculum ban in Arizona.
The ITT List
Vermont Voters Endorse Challenge to Corporate Personhood
The ITT List
Senate Defeats Rollback of Reproductive Rights
The ITT List
WikiLeaks: New Document Release Targets ‘Shadow CIA’ Intel Firm
The ITT List
Palestinian Detainee Khader Adnan Agrees to End Hunger Strike
Dispatch
2014 World Cup Match: FIFA-1, Brazil-?
The wealthy international soccer organization forces tax and labor-law exemptions on the next host of the games.
Feature
Fighting for Gender Equality in Iraq
Yanar Mohammed says the U.S. invasion and occupation hurt women's rights.
The ITT List
Arizona State University Censoring Online Petition Site
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Organic Farmers Challenge Monsanto in Landmark Suit
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G-8/NATO: Ahead of Vote on Controversial Ordinances, Chicago Grants First Permits
Dispatch
Haitians to U.N.: Please Leave
Amid allegations of serious abuses, a growing number of Haitians want peacekeeping forces out of their country.
Labor
Car Wash Workers’ L.A. Victory Inspires Chicago Campaign
The ITT List
The Daily Occupation: Do Demands for Free Speech Advance the Occupy Movement?
Dispatch
Patents vs. Public Health
India's Supreme Court could determine the fate of the country's generic drug industry—and its sick poor.
The ITT List
Is the Iraq Occupation Really Drawing to a Close?
The ITT List
The Daily Occupation: High-Profile Speakers Must Follow Format
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