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Jack Willis and Luke Eckenrod “Prison is a second-by-second assault on the soul, a day-to-day degradation of the self, an oppressive steel and brick umbrella that transforms seconds into hours and hours into days.” Mumia...

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Poverty looks like state violence, especially if you’re black, and working class. Once again this was highlighted on Monday when an off-duty Cincinnati Police Officer tased an 11-year-old girl at Queen City Kroger grocery store....

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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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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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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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**UPDATE: If you can’t reach the Mayor of Franklin – please send a text or email (sample text/email below). OR call or text one of the City Council members of Franklin (phone numbers below)** In...

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Since the inauguration of Donald Trump, there has been growing interest in socialist ideas; this is evidenced by the increase in membership of organizations like Socialist Alternative (SA). Because of this, Ohio branches of Socialist...

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“You need to ask yourself whose interests you’re serving,” she told council members. “The fact that Cleveland is the poorest city in America answers that question. … The proverbial pigs at the troughs got too...

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On August 14, Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (ATI), one of the world’s largest specialty metal manufacturing companies, announced that they had decided to lock out over 2,200 workers at their production facilities in six states. The...

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The Movement for Black Lives Convening in Cleveland, Ohio July 24-26 took place at a crucial junction in the struggle against police violence in communities of color nationally, and in a period of crisis for...

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