indigenous strugglesNative Lives Matter campaign takes off
“Undeclared race war” by cops inspires push-back in South Dakota.
political prisonersFresh support for Nestora Salgado
Human rights commission orders Mexican government to guarantee the life and safety of this imprisoned community self-defense leader.
internationalAngela Merkel’s balancing act
Germany’s chancellor finds hostility against immigrants useful — but also knows the country relies on their cheap labor.
William T. Hathaway
the latestDissent and punishment
Updates on Mumia Abu-Jamal, Rasmea Odeh, and Marissa Alexander.
Sarah Scott, Robin Strauss, Margaret Viggiani
soapboxCheer up, Chomsky
Based on his essay about the likely end of civilization, does the Left have a new Debbie Downer?
book reviewsA fascinating range of books by FS writers
Three eclectic titles: a fable imagining revolution, a polemic about linguistics, and an argument for people-centered information systems.
Andrea Bauer, Toni Mendicino, Tamara Turner
laborTesoro oil refinery picket
Refinery workers demand the right to clock out alive.
Or are they “right to starve” laws?
editorialGender wage gap
It should be fixed in 50 years or so. Wait, what?
An FCC decision affirms that the Internet belongs to us all — for now.
laborLabor Weather Report
A glance at how some workers and their unions are faring in the class struggle.
letters to the editorFeedback on the Middle East …
Plus insights about Ukraine and a note from prison.
socialismCuba at a crossroads
internationalOil and world domination
From the flowing wells of Saudi Arabia to the falling Russian ruble, oil still determines destiny.
laborBoston school bus drivers vs. Veolia
Steelworkers’ local refuses to bow to union-busting moves.
voices of colorFrom graffiti girl to organizer
One young daughter of immigrants tells the story of her revolutionary education.
internationalGreece: new party at the helm
The people voted for jobs and healthcare and against price hikes and cutbacks. Will Syriza deliver?
dateline australiaWest Papua: a stolen country
Oppressed by Indonesia for decades, a once-independent nation gains allies in its quest for self-determination.
civil rightsFifty years of the Voting Rights Act
analysisNot everyone is Charlie Hebdo
What side to take when free speech collides with defense of the persecuted?
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