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Estamos cerca del aniversario de la inauguración de la odiosa era Trump. Desde el primer momento estaba bastante claro que ésta iba a ser una administración horriblemente reaccionaria repleta de multimillonarios planteando ataques contra los...

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Over three months ago, Hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated the island Puerto Rico. There followed a shocking disregard to the plight of residents by the mainstream media and an abhorrent response by the Trump administration....

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The publication of Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff shook up the political terrain before the book was even released. Trump is no stranger to bizarre tweets, but his twitter...

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El mercado privado de la vivienda no funciona para la clase trabajadora. Diez años después de que se perdieran millones de casas en la crisis de las hipotecas subprime entre 2007 y 2009, se está...

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In Columbus, Ohio, a growing division in the Democratic Party was highlighted through the progressive organization Yes We Can’s electoral challenge to the local Democratic establishment this past November. The encouraging results are part of...

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“When something happened to the Negroes in the South I said, ‘That is their business, not mine.’ Now I know how wrong I was. The murder of my son has shown me that what happens...

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Before he died, Martin Luther King, Jr. launched a Poor People’s Campaign aimed at bringing the issue of poverty to the fore. He declared: “[When] profit motives and property rights are considered more important than...

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It is nearly one year since the inauguration of the odious Trump. From the outset, it was very clear that this would be a horribly reactionary administration packed full of billionaires launching attacks on immigrants,...

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El pasado verano el Caribe y la región del Golfo fueron devastados por un número récord de huracanes, arrasando con las infraestructuras y destrozando la vida de miles de personas. Los incendios se han extendido...

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As we go to press, the Republicans’ tax bill giveaway to the super rich, which will act to massively increase inequality, is set to pass Congress. In a disgraceful ploy to minimize public discourse, the...

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