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Since September 15, St. Louis, Missouri experienced nearly daily and nightly protests around the acquittal of former St. Louis Police officer Jason Stockley in the 2011 murder of Anthony Lamar Smith. The St. Louis Metropolitan...

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Ben Stockwell, Cincinnati Socialist Alternative After months of pressure from the public, the Board of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County in Ohio has caved to the demand to stop the sale of...

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The article below is adapted from a document written for internal discussion in Socialist Alternative in the wake of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newton, Connecticut in December 2012. It was further discussed...

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Don’t Use Harvey as Excuse for Kicking Residents Out of Homes Socialist Alternative helped publish this opinion-editorial piece in The Houston Chronicle, the third largest newspaper in the country. As the floodwaters of Hurricane Harvey...

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Residents of Madison, Wisconsin are showing out in force to defeat the Dane County Board of Supervisors plan to spend $108 million on a new jail construction project, and instead demand that the money be...

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Richard Spencer, a white supremacist and leading activist of the “alt-right” is on a national speaking tour and plans to come to the University of Cincinnati, likely in January. His rallies are spreading hateful messages...

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“Rather than spending millions on the ineffective and inhumane practice of sweeping homeless people, who are not trash,” Kshama Sawant, Socialist Alternative City Councilmember, demanded on November 1, “use those millions to provide services of...

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On November 7, the Ginger Jentzen campaign won a historic vote in the race for Minneapolis City Council, Ward 3. The initial six-point lead on election night was fitting for our powerful campaign which had...

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Every day volunteers for the Ginger Jentzen campaign are knocking on doors throughout Minneapolis’ Ward 3 neighborhoods, where working people and youth are facing skyrocketing rents and looking for an alternative to the developer-driven agenda...

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“I’ve been here for eight years… I didn’t even know we had to move today. It’s 30 degrees outside, and I’m not going to do it… I’m a human being. Don’t come and steal my...

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