The February ruling by the High Court is another partial victory handed out by the State. A red-faced, embarrassed recognition of the racist undergarments of the colony, exposed once again.
Two important and precedent-setting but partial wins in the courts for Indigenous people — one in Australia and one in Sweden.
The human and economic costs of imprisonment are both spiralling out of control.
A glance at how some workers and their unions are faring in the class struggle.
Hay más de una forma de crear un muro fronterizo. Se puede construir con acero y cemento o con políticas de inmigración tan retorcidas que socavan la solidaridad humana. Este es el muro más fuerte que Trump está construyendo. La administración republicana, como la demócrata anteriormente, está tratando de empujar a los migrantes en la… Read more »
Forcing desperate migrants to wait outside the U.S. is creating humanitarian disaster in Mexico and Guatemala, out of sight of the U.S. public.
Lebanon’s five-month uprising against corrupt government, banks and, notably, religious sectarianism is a beacon of hope to other rebellions in the region.
An update on Mumia Abu-Jamal, and readers weigh in on: popularity of Freedom Socialist, electoral remedies, a post-Brexit message, and military production and the climate.
An argument that every democratic movement in every capitalist country, with besieged Syrians and Iranians as examples, deserves left support.
Native protesters and their supporters showcase how to fight for climate sanity and indigenous rights.