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There is a historic opportunity to rebuild a fighting socialist movement....

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So the question posed by the #SayHerName campaign is asked again: why are people not pouring into the streets when the cops murder a woman of color?...

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On the evening of Friday, March 6, Tony Robinson, an unarmed, black 19-year-old, was killed in his own home by Madison police officer Matt Kenny. He was shot five times. Robinson has joined the ranks...

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Working Class Rebellion in Ferguson, MO The corner of Ferguson Ave and West Florissant is the Tahir Square for an entire generation of young, radicalized black and brown people who are prepared to risk everything...

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Reposted from 15now.org The first 15 Now national conference’s call to action on the great issue of our time – inequality – was enthusiastically taken up by the more than 500 people who packed into...

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A report by the Chicago Urban League has shed a new light on the failures of capitalism to provide for working people of color. The unemployment rate of black male teenagers is at an astounding...

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