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Los Golpes De Calor Están Matando a Los Trabajadores. ¿Por Qué Es Tan Difícil Protegerlos?
No existe un estándar federal de calor, y los cabilderos, intereses corporativos, y aquellos con agendas ferozmente anti-regulatorias han sido vocales para mantenerlo así.
Maurizio Guerrero
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Workers Are Dying From the Heat: Why Is It so Hard to Protect Them?
No federal heat standard exists and lobbyists, corporate interests and those with fiercely anti-regulatory agendas have been vocal and active in keeping it that way.
Maurizio Guerrero
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How Chicago Took a Major Step Toward Tackling the City's Housing Crisis
In a victory for Mayor Brandon Johnson's agenda, City Council members approved a referendum on the Bring Chicago Home ordinance that will ask voters if the city should enact a progressive real estate tax to confront homelessness.
Kari Lydersen
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The Fight Is On To Stop the Sale of the Only Municipally-Owned Railroad in the U.S.
Cincinnati voters are about to decide whether to privatize their city’s railroad by selling it to Norfolk Southern. A grassroots campaign is organizing to block the sale.
Kari Lydersen
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The New Cold War in the Arctic
Amid rising geopolitical tensions, the U.S. is expanding its military presence in Greenland, increasing the risk of something going very wrong.
Adam Federman
LaborFeature
Striking Autoworkers Remember Broken Promises
Workers at the Big Three agreed to major concessions as part of the auto bailout of 2009. Fourteen years later, with business booming, they’re on strike to demand what they lost—and more.
Alice Herman
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The Case for Child Welfare Abolition
For decades, reformers have tried to fix our broken child protective services system. Is abolishing it an idea whose time has come?
Roxanna Asgarian
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The Wave of Organizers Running for Office
Increasing numbers of organizers like Brandon Johnson are running for elected office. What does it mean for our movements?
Clément Petitjean
In a protest crowd, a closeup on one protester holding a sign that says "Hochul: Build of Burn"
FeatureClimateThe Socialism Issue
New York Socialists Won Big On Climate. How Did It Happen?
We don't have to settle for neoliberal half-measures.
Liza Featherstone
LaborFeature
Why Did UPS Teamsters Vote Yes on the Deal?
A reporter got an intimate look at how contract discussions played out at one local.
Teddy Ostrow
FeatureInterviewThe Socialism Issue
You Can’t Be a Socialist Alone: Astra Taylor and Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
Two intellectual and movement leaders talk candidly about the growing mass rejection of capitalism—and the challenges of converting that into real socialist organization.
Astra Taylor and Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
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En Sus Primeros 100 Días, Brandon Johnson Está Cambiando el Terreno Político de Chicago
Activistas y estrategas políticos evalúan el récord del alcalde mientras busca hacer a Chicago un faro de esperanza.
Taylor Moore
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100 Days In, Brandon Johnson Is Steadily Shifting Chicago’s Political Terrain
Movement organizers and political strategists assess the new mayor’s record as he seeks to make Chicago a progressive beacon—while modeling co-governance.
Taylor Moore
FeatureCover Story
Tennessee Organizers Are Taking the State Back From the Right. Here's How.
Social justice organizing has deep roots in the Volunteer State and, despite deep-seated opposition, the movement perseveres.
Henry Hicks IV
FeatureCover StoryEn Español
Ni Salvadores, Ni Mártires: El Activismo Colectivo Antes y Más Allá de “Los Tres de Tennessee"
El activismo colectivo tiene profundas raíces en Tennessee y, a pesar de la feroz oposición, el movimiento seguirá luchando.
Henry Hicks IV
FeatureInvestigationGoodman Institute
How Europe Outsourced Border Enforcement to Africa
The European Union is militarizing Africa's internal borders to curb migration, with little regard for human rights.
Andrei Popoviciu
FeatureInvestigationGoodman InstituteEn Español
Europa Está Externalizando su Represión Transfronteriza a África
La Unión Europea está militarizando las fronteras internas de África para frenar la migración.
Andrei Popoviciu
FeatureCover Story
Brandon Johnson Did the Impossible. Now Comes the Hard Part.
Brandon Johnson has gone from the congregation to the classroom to the picket line to the boardroom—and now to City Hall’s fifth floor.
Wesley Lowery
FeatureCover StoryEn Español
Brandon Johnson Logró Hacer Lo Imposible. Ahora Sigue Lo Difícil.
De la congregación al salon escolar, de la manifestación huelguista a la sala ejecutiva, ahora Brandon Johnson se dirigirá a la alcaldía.
Wesley Lowery
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How Israeli Spyware Endangers Activists Across the Globe
Israeli surveillance technology is empowering antidemocratic governments to track journalists and human rights activists. Regulation is virtually nonexistent.
Antony Loewenstein
Young woman standing in the middle of a kitchen while holding her infant child with infant bottles and food appliances around.
FeatureInvestigationGoodman Institute
What It's Like to Have an Abortion Denied by Dobbs
Dobbs will throw many lives into disarray. Lationna Halbert’s is one of the first.
Bryce Covert
LaborFeature
Les travailleurs de Iowa peuvent-ils affronter le géant de la viande, Tyson?
Les travailleurs essentiels qui ont eu un éveil de conscience pour améliorer leurs conditions de vie pendant la pandémie se battent maintenant pour un syndicat.
Luis Feliz Leon
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The Complicated Case for Gender Equality in Football
Is equal opportunity brain damage really a feminist win?
Frankie de la Cretaz
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Shaky Ground: How the United States Uses the Law to Steal Indigenous Land
A review of Peter d’Errico’s Federal Anti-Indian Law: The Legal Entrapment of Indigenous Peoples, an indictment of a legal system with the unflinching goal of stealing as much land as possible.
Stephanie Woodard
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