As tens of thousands flooded Washington, D.C. for the People’s Climate March, they carried the voices of those most at risk for defending the environment: indigenous activists like Berta Cáceres, who was murdered in Honduras last year and whose true killers remain at large.
As the Trump administration intensifies its war on immigrants, undocumented workers are resisting with the most effective weapon: a refusal to be afraid.
At Saturday’s marches, countless first-time protesters joined veteran activists championing often ignored struggles, with a camaraderie to match the grim nihilism of the day before.
While conservatives tighten their grip on Washington, a network of grassroots organizers in three Texas cities is showing how local progressives can beat the odds. Could their efforts become a national model for opposing Trumpism?
For millions who couldn’t vote, the day after the election was just another day of feeling dispossessed. America under Trump would do well to listen to those who must constantly fight to be heard.
Now approaching its fourth anniversary, the Fight for $15 has transformed a magnetic labor rallying cry into a popular grassroots movement, making the once unimaginable the new normal and helping to put inequality at the center of national debate.
Airport workers at the Philadelphia International Airport just voted to strike next week during the Democratic National Convention. SEIU 32BJ Vice President Gabe Morgan joins us to explain why.
While childcare costs have soared, wages in the industry have stayed flat—leaving nearly half of childcare workers dependent on public benefits to survive. Why is the labor of educating children worth so little?
Even as America defined itself as a “nation of immigrants,” it sought a more perfect union by engineering the masses at its gateway.
Organizers from five private universities discuss what’s next for grad student unionism.