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The 2018 Illinois Democratic Party primaries have further revealed the pro-corporate Democratic machine’s weakening grip on politics in the state and in the city of Chicago. The establishment’s reduced position could be seen earlier in...

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Mientras publicamos este artículo, se llevan a cabo huelgas en escuelas de todo el país en solidaridad con los estudiantes de Parkland, Florida. Cientos de estudiantes de instituto van a la huelga y se manifiestan...

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Los profesores del estado de Virginia Occidental en EE.UU., han rechazado la propuesta de acuerdo planteada por los dirigentes sindicales. Desde que publicamos este artículo, los profesores han comenzado una ocupación del edificio del Capitolio...

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Hace más de tres meses los huracanes Irma y María devastaron la isla de Puerto Rico. A esto siguió un impactante desprecio respecto a la difícil situación que padecían los puertorriqueños por parte de los...

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Editors Note: As this article went to press the Supreme Court declined to hear the Trump administration’s appeal of a lower court ruling that keeps the DACA program functioning for the time being – at...

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More than 115 people die every day in America after overdosing from opioid use. Fentanyl, heroin, prescription painkillers, and similar drugs contribute to what is the leading cause of death for people under the age...

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As we publish this, walkouts have been held in schools across the country in solidarity with students in Parkland, Florida. Hundreds of high school students walked out, marched, and rallied in Florida, Maryland, Arizona, Illinois,...

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Refinery Town by Steve Early, recently published in paperback, is the inspiring true story of a California city taking the lead in the fight against corporate politics. This book gives activists a chance to study...

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January 20, 2018 marked the first anniversary of large demonstrations that erupted across the United States in response to Donald Trump’s inauguration as President. In Washington D.C., protesters from all over the country gathered to...

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Sisters and Brothers, The first horrifying year of Trump’s White House has come to an end. A year of massive tax handouts to the corporate elite, of gutting regulations, of an assault on the hard won...

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