A Big Loss for Labor (in 1939), Legal Lynching is Still Lynching (1919), Women Hold Up Half the Sky (1864), Nuclear Test Disaster (1954), Disability Inclusion's Ancient Roots (1829), This is Freedom of the Press? (1919), Science, What Is It Good For?
The threat posed by Trump and the MAGA movement, like the Confederate States, is not “conservative” or even “extremist” but criminally anti-democratic.
"Many of us like to ask ourselves, 'What would I do if I was alive during slavery? Or the Jim Crow South? Or apartheid? What would I do if my country was committing genocide?' The answer is, you're doing it."
The film is a critique of the factory farm industry’s deceptive marketing to convince the public that animals are treated better than they are; a heavy message packaged in an entertaining children’s movie, and a radical departure from the usual.
The American Prospect
By devoting $40 million to its campaign to organize non-union auto plants, the UAW is challenging not just corporate America but also labor’s status quo.
The Bay State Banner
At a Feb. 19 pro-Palestine rally in Cambridge, a crowd of supporters held up signs and waved Palestinian flags. At one point, a chant of “No justice. No peace” erupted, the same calls heard during Black Lives Matter gatherings.
The New Republic
Edda L. Fields-Black sets out to restore the Combahee River Raid to its proper place in Tubman’s life and in the war on slavery.
Sunday Science: Einstein on the Run: How the World’s Greatest Scientist Hid From Nazis in a Norfolk Hut
The physicist’s refuge from assassins on a British heath changed the course of history, as a new docudrama shows
Rent control is back from the dead with a vengeance, with serious organizing campaigns underway in at least 15 states.
If the president truly wants to protect reproductive rights, he’s going to have to do what he’s so far refused even to consider: expand the Supreme Court.