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.
In the face of a far-reaching austerity package being imposed by an unelected government, more than 1 million Brazilian workers took the streets Friday for the country’s first general strike in decades.
How a young New Leftist ended up in prison for murder, and why she should be released.
Top university officials at Columbia and Yale have found in Trump an ally in their longstanding efforts to resist graduate employees’ efforts to unionize.
French voters’ rebellion has not rewarded the left.
Trump’s promises notwithstanding, many factory workers in the Rust Belt are just as frustrated after the election as they were before. Sarah Jaffe speaks to three labor organizers in Indiana to understand why.
The pundits cheering last Thursday’s surprise airstrikes on a Syrian base are only fueling Trump’s adventurism.
With no knowledge or desire of doing so, Trump may have created a precedent that will encourage allies alarmed by his raving incompetence to fill the gap between Security Council action and complete inaction.
As Marshall Berman wrote, reading Capital won’t help us if we don’t also know how to read the signs in the streets.
Organizers and participants in three recent strikes—the Yemeni bodega strike, the taxi workers’ strike at JFK airport, and last year’s Verizon strike—discuss labor under Trump.