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Rural America
Mine Water Is Spewing into this West Virginia Community While Companies Squabble Over Who Is Responsible
Since the Pinnacle Mining Complex discharged dirty mine water into area creeks, locals report polluted drinking water and widespread illness.
Ellie Heffernan
Israel & Palestine
The Sanctuary Movement Put U.S. Foreign Policy on Trial
What can it teach our movements today?
Natascha Elena Uhlmann
Israel & PalestineDispatch
Every Single Day, Biden Chooses to Continue Funding Genocide
Scenes from the Debt Collective's “Fund Education, Not Genocide” Rally in Washington, D.C.
Natascha Elena Uhlmann
Florida’s Brazen Assault on Public Sector Workers Puts Unions in Survival Mode
More than 50,000 Florida workers have lost their union membership in the advent of S.B. 256.
McKenna Schueler
The Devil Works Hard but the Passive Voice Works Harder
ViewpointIsrael & Palestine
Gaza Has Exposed Journalistic and Academic “Neutrality” as the Conservative Deflection It Always Was
After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, elite liberal institutions had no problem picking a side. After 37,000 Palestinians are killed by Israel—things are now more complicated.
Adam Johnson
Israel & PalestineInvestigation
The Corporate Power Brokers Behind AIPAC’s War on the Squad
An In These Times investigation reveals the individuals behind AIPAC's election war chest: nearly 60% are CEOs and other top executives at the country's largest corporations.
Branko Marcetic
ViewpointIsrael & Palestine
Biden’s Bloody-Red Line in Rafah
Israel’s horrific attack on displaced Palestinians in Rafah comes as the Biden administration is facing increasing global isolation over its support for the assault on Gaza.
Phyllis Bennis
Corporations Have Very Good Reasons to Break Labor Laws and Bust Unions
Workers at companies like Apple and Starbucks face armies of union-busting lawyers advising employers to repeatedly violate labor laws.
Sonali Kolhatkar
Adoption Is Not a Solution to Broken Abortion Law
“An underlying factor for all of the adoptions in my study is that most mothers that I interviewed didn’t want to be relinquishing in the first place.”
Kathryn Joyce
Tennessee's Governor Subverted Police Reforms After the Killing of Tyre Nichols
State Sen. London Lamar called it “a slap in the face.” It's part of a national pattern of attacks on democracy.
Sarah Jaffe
LaborIsrael & Palestine
In an Historic Show of Labor Solidarity with Palestine, UAW Local 4811's Stand-up Strike Grows by 12,000
The academic workers at UCLA and UC Davis will join 2,000 already on strike at UC Santa Cruz.
Hannah Bowlus
Rural America
An EPA Plan to Curb Pollution Could Dump More of It Into Black Neighborhoods
A Biden Administration rule could remove "forever chemicals" from our drinking water—by incinerating them in low-income sacrifice zones.
Adam Mahoney
Weaving a Feminist Movement
Women in Bengaluru are unraveling patriarchy, stitch by stitch, song by song.
Panthea Lee
Israel & Palestine
New Poll Shows Biden Risking 20% of Voters in Key Battleground States
“We found that across all five states, a critical margin of voters—roughly one in five [or more]—are less likely to vote for Biden on account of his handling of the war in Gaza.”
Christina Lieffring
ViewpointIsrael & Palestine
Education in Gaza Has Been Decimated, but the Spirit of Refaat Alareer Will Prevail
The student encampments and other protests like the "Fund Education, Not Genocide" rally in Washington D.C. this week are the expressions of solidarity and activism we need.
Yousef Aljamal
In Tough Loss, the High-Profile UAW Campaign at Mercedes-Benz in Alabama Falls Short
“This is probably the most strategic and organized union busting campaign in decades,” said one Mercedes-Benz worker.
Sarah Jaffe
Prioritizing Pleasure in our Movements
Embracing joy can give insight into the type of world we want to live in—and the motivation to work toward it.
J. Patrick Patterson
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