Minneapolis Is About to Vote on Whether to Dismantle the Police
Will the city at the center of last summer's racial justice protests decide to remake public safety? We'll soon find out.
Report Reveals the IMF's Hidden Fees, and How Desperate Countries Pay the Most
Little-known "surcharges" are adding to cash-strapped countries' mountains of IMF debt.
"People Are Running Out of Patience with the Capitalist System”: Rossana Rodriguez Sanchez on Governing as a Socialist
With municipal socialism on the rise around the country, we spoke to Rodriguez Sanchez about her role on the Chicago City Council's Democratic Socialist Caucus.
Meet the New Generation of "Sidewalk Socialists"
Once elected, how do socialists govern?
For Many, the Pandemic Was a Wakeup Call About Exploitative Work
The unemployment expansion showed us what work could be like if it was freely chosen.
Democratic Socialists of America Make a Strategy for the Biden Era
Delegates chart a socialist future at DSA's 2021 virtual convention.
U.S. Says It Supports a Covid Vaccine Patent Waiver, But Document Reveals It Is Dragging Feet at WTO
Global health advocates say a patent waiver would ease access to Covid vaccines, but the U.S. declined to support as-is a proposal to greenlight the waiver, a summary of a September 14 WTO meeting shows.
Pedagogy of the Apocalypse
In a year filled with trauma, a university professor learns how to support her students.
Imagine If We Had Spent the Last 20 Years Fighting Climate Change Instead of the War on Terror
At the dawn of the new millennium, we directed our national resources in the exact wrong direction. But it's not too late to turn things around.
The Movement to De-Cop the Campus
Students, educators and staff across the University of California system are organizing to abolish campus police.
Afghan Activist: We All Deserve Refuge, Not Just Those Who Served the U.S.
"This was a stupid occupation and invasion where nobody received anything," says Afghan activist Nematullah Ahangosh.
School's Open. But What About the Year That I, And Other Disabled Students, Lost?
A 10-year-old reflects on remote learning challenges as we head into a new academic year.
Freyja Christian and Aimee Christian
Education Shouldn't Be A Debt Sentence
My debt is symptomatic of capitalism. It should be canceled.
Military Contractor CACI Says Afghanistan Withdrawal Is Hurting Its Profits. It's Funding a Pro-War Think Tank.
What CACI reveals about the feedback loop between military contractors and think tanks.
I Deserve Meaningful Action From My University to Address Anti-Asian Hate
Northwestern students need more than empty statements. It's time for institutional solutions.
In the Coal Mines, Workers Are Dying to Make a Living
Mining companies increasingly rely on cheaper contractors who face longer hours and higher risk of accidents.
"We Have To Change the Rules": What AIDS Activists Can Teach Us About the Covid Pandemic
A conversation with current and former ACT UP activists.
Tenants Aren't Waiting for the Biden Admin to Save Them
Here's how tenant organizers are mobilizing locally to stem the housing crisis.
"Band Aid Over a Bullet Wound": Moratorium Leaves Organizers Relieved, But Braced for New Battles
Activists sound a note of cautious celebration, but say far more is needed to address this country's staggering housing crisis.
Congress Tried To Force Trump to End the Yemen War. Now They’ll Have To Do the Same With Biden.
Activists say it's not enough to trust Biden's promises to end U.S. support for the war: Congress must compel him.
Why Cubans Protested on July 11
Is this the beginning of the end of fear in Cuba?
Biden's Invisible Border Wall
The Biden administration is expanding surveillance along the Southern border, pushing migrants into harm’s way.
FeatureThe Wisconsin Idea
Is Gerrymandering Forever?
Gerrymandering guarantees undemocratic elections. Activists in Wisconsin are organizing to win an uphill battle for a fairer process.
How Rich Countries Can End Vaccine Apartheid
Unlike world leaders, activists saw the moral crisis coming since the start of the pandemic and quickly came up with a number of actionable plans to create equitable access to life-saving vaccines.
Natasha Hakimi Zapata