environmentFood prices, drought, and poverty
Drought in California and Brazil, fast-food workers on food stamps: these are not “natural” conditions.
economyMicrofinance: fact vs. fantasy
A critical look at the spread of the entrepreneurial gospel through microloans.
Monica Hill, Tamara Turner, Chris Smith
soapboxTime for action, no time to lament
An immigrant from El Salvador explains what the discovery of class consciousness has meant in her life.
book reviewSocialism on Main Street
A mainstream publisher offers up a book on a socialist USA — imagine that!
editorial$15 an hour compromise
The worst kind of loss: giving up without a fight.
editorialEddie Conway freed!
But other unjustly imprisoned Black Panthers continue to languish.
editorialImmigrant hunger strikes
From Washington state to Texas, undocumented workers fight for justice.
The pope, an LGBT advocate? Not so much.
letters to the editorReaders respond to recent stories on ...
Immigrant bashing, rape on campus, and universal healthcare.
internationalRussia and Ukraine
Making sense of events with a brief investigation into class interests, current and former.
people of colorEducation, not incarceration!
Los Angeles youth push back against the toxic — and racist — school-to-prison pipeline.
indigenous rightsNestora Salgado and the right of civilian self-defense
feminismSpain is for choice
But right-wing politicians are pushing through a near-ban on abortion.
laborFrom campus to carwash
Los Angeles workers are making waves.
economyUnpacking the JPMorgan Chase scandals
The giant bank brushes off $100 million fines like so many pesky flies. Where is the outrage?
laborThe U.S. mail is not for sale
A fresh start in the battle to save public jobs — and the not-for-profit post office.
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