The Movement for Black Lives Issue Takeover

Comics
Hate Capitalism? Love Comics? Boy Do We Have the Post for You
LaborDispatch
Across Industries, Minnesota Workers Are Harnessing Their Collective Power
Minnesota workers and community groups have worked toward this moment for over a decade. It's paying off.
Amie Stager
A hand holds up a button that reads "I voted."
Israel & Palestine
In an Apparent Rebuke, 14% of Chicago Democrats Voted Blank or Write-in for President
Tuesday’s primary results show more than 40,000 Chicago Democrats declining to select a choice for president, as voters around the country cast protest votes over President Joe Biden’s support for the Israeli genocide.
In These Times Editors
Viewpoint
Unpacking Biden’s Second Term Economic Plan
The Biden administration’s proposed 2025 budget marks a departure for Democratic incumbents.
Max B. Sawicky
Viewpoint
We Blocked Biden’s Motorcade to Say: No More Support for Genocide
We can’t abide our government abetting the mass slaughter of children in Gaza.
Saqib Bhatti
ViewpointDepartmentsIsrael & Palestine
Aaron Bushnell Will Be Venerated Like Rachel Corrie Was Before Him
Twenty-one years ago, Rachel Corrie gave her life to serve the Palestinian cause. Today, her legacy lives on.
In These Times Editors
LaborViewpoint
Can Unions Rebuild Our Democracy?
Our institutions have failed to protect democracy. Can unions take up the fight?
Alex Han
Departments
Meet Your Landlord’s Worst Nightmare: Tenants Unions
Nearly half of all renters in 2019 were spending more than 30% of their income on rent and utilities. Tenants have had enough—and they're doing something about it.
Dayton Martindale
ViewpointIsrael & Palestine
Aaron Bushnell's Sacrifice Was a Deeply Loving Act
War resister Rory Fanning reflects on Aaron Bushnell's legacy.
Rory Fanning
CultureIsrael & Palestine
Digital Resources for a Free Palestine: A Roundup
In the face of Israel's attacks on Palestinian cultural institutions, we've compiled a list of resources to center and honor Palestinian culture.
Iman Husain
LaborDepartments
Before Shawn Fain, There Was Jerry Tucker
Tucker, a UAW member and union leader, called for a union in solidarity with its workers, not businesses.
In These Times Editors
LaborInterviewPodcast
Uvalde Father Brett Cross Is Fighting so That No One Else Has to Bury Their Child
“At this point, it's not a matter of if it's going to happen to you, it’s a matter of when.”
Maximillian Alvarez
Viewpoint
Trump Plans to Make His Massive Tax Cuts for the Rich and Corporations Permanent
The 2024 election will help decide whether the U.S. extends provisions of the Trump tax cuts, which allow the wealthy to steal from the public.
Sonali Kolhatkar
Viewpoint
The Mega Grocery Merger That Workers Would Pay the Price For
The Kroger-Albertsons merger is a threat to grocery workers everywhere. Let’s join the fight to stop it.
Ann Larson
Feature
Unequal Before the Law
Native Americans serve astoundingly longer prison sentences—because they are Native.
Stephanie Woodard
Viewpoint
Biden Talked Rent in the State of the Union—Now He Needs a Real Plan to Deal with the Rent Crisis
The Biden administration can take immediate steps to protect tenants and lower the rent. Here’s how.
Tara Raghuveer
Brenda Johnson de la Federación de Maestros de Minneapolis Local 59 y Eva López de SEIU Local 26 en una reunión en octubre de 2023 donde muchos de los grupos comunitarios y sindicatos alineados alrededor de la fecha límite de hoy del 2 de marzo elaboraron estrategias sobre la mejor manera de aprovechar su poder colectivo.
LaborViewpointEn Español
La Historia Laboral Más Importante en Este Momento Está en Minnesota. Podría Ser El Modelo Que Todos Necesitamos.
Una alineación estratégica de redes de sindicatos y grupos comunitarios en Minnesota ha trabajado durante más de una década para aprovechar su poder colectivo.
Sarah Jaffe
Culture
One Portrait Was Too Many. Now There Are 110.
Nayana LaFond’s Portraits in RED series centers the “silent crisis” facing Indigenous women
Sherell Barbee
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