The Sunshine State leads the charge against African American studies, and people are fighting back.
Forgive student debt: Yo-yo no more!
After being promised debt relief, the author castigates politicians and courts for resolving nothing and leaving students like him out on a limb.
Go all the way with student debt relief
Biden’s reprieve was a good start — yet over half of borrowers, most of them Black, still owe 95% of their original loans!
Academics fortify boycott of Israel
Good news! The U.S. Middle East Studies Association has voted to join other scholars refusing to collaborate with Israel’s military occupation.
Taliban takes the rights of Afghan women and girls hostage in a bid to gain international recognition of the regime
For the Taliban, blocking female education in Afghanistan is both leverage in international relations and the result of medieval, misogynist beliefs.
Book bans sweep through US school boards
The far-right crusade is prompting vibrant resistance, especially from students of color and LGBQT+ youth and their parents, teachers and librarians.
Students protest “Don’t Say Gay” bill
Florida youth lead an impressive fight against the state’s governor and his legislators’ undisguised bigotry, under the guise of “parental rights.”
Solving the crisis in early childhood education and care: A worker speaks out
Radical Women interviews early childhood educator Mila Fisher, a member of United Workers Union who works for a large nonprofit.
Workers show how to WIN secure work and end flat wages
Whichever party wins the upcoming election, the way for workers to win is through rebuilding a fighting union movement, organising in their own class interests.
Whitewashing US History: The right-wing assault on Critical Race Theory
What are the book-burners trying to achieve with their racist and truth-defying attack on CRT?