February 2020 Volume 44, Issue 02
We Need Sanders and Warren to Cooperate in the Primary Julian Brave NoiseCat
The Decade That Put Capitalism On Trial Astra Taylor
The Barcodes Are Coming! Juan Caicedo
Why Democrats Need To End the Filibuster In These Times Editors
The Oreo Workers Trump Betrayed Stephen Franklin
Why Many Uber Drivers Couldn’t Afford To Stay Home During Australia’s Fires In These Times Editors
Is Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez the Future of Texas? Steven Greenhouse
The Prisoners Forced To Sue for Soap and Toilet Paper Arvind Dilawar
Migrant Children Are Still Being Detained in Chicago Sabrina Gunter
A Win Against Voter Suppression in the South Casey Williams
10 Years Ago, We Pledged To Help Haiti Rebuild. Then What Happened? Isabel Macdonald
What a Janitor Found at a Border Patrol Processing Facility
Tom Kiefer spent years collecting items confiscated and thrown away by border patrol
The Prisoners Forced To Sue for Soap and Toilet Paper
Prisoners have filed suit against the Wisconsin Department of Corrections due to unsafe living conditions and inadequate medical care.
Migrant Children Are Still Being Detained in Chicago
Heartland Alliance describes itself as a human rights and anti-poverty organization; but it operates five child migrant detention centers in the city.
A Win Against Voter Suppression in the South
While Republicans have purged voter rolls and suppressed Black turnout in the South, voting rights organizers just showed how to win.
Young People Don’t Support Biden. Why Does the Establishment Still Think He’s the Most “Electable”?
Don't believe arguments about "electability" coming from the corporate wing of the Democratic Party.
We Need Sanders and Warren to Cooperate in the Primary
The real fight is for progressive power in the Democratic Party.
Julian Brave NoiseCat
A Primary Is a Competition. Bernie Should Play To Win.
There's no need to hedge our bets.
10 Years Ago, We Pledged To Help Haiti Rebuild. Then What Happened?
Hundreds of millions in aid went to U.S. corporations and the U.S. military. A fraction went to Haitian institutions.
The Decade That Put Capitalism On Trial
How the 2008 financial crisis kicked off a new age of dissent