Category: US

Laura Jedeed: YIMBY Movement Is Not the Answer to Housing Crisis, Grassroots Activists Say

“Housing has become an investment for global financial actors, and has more in common with the stock market than it does with shoes.”

Julie Yixia Cai: Black and Asian American Workers Falling Behind in Getting Back Jobs

Clearly this is a labor market in which many workers are facing considerable hardship, while others are seeing unusual possibilities

Tatiana McInnis: Pedagogy of the Apocalypse

In a year filled with trauma, a university professor learns how to support her students

Alex Lawson: We’re Going to Take on Big Pharma and Win

Any politician who puts Pharma profits before the needs of their constituents will lose their jobs. And they will deserve it

David Duhalde: A Tale of Two September 11ths

Not only am I here because of the Chilean September 11, but I am also in the Democratic Socialists of America because of it

Arun Gupta: Occupy Wall Street Trained a Generation in Class War

How OWS shaped a decade of dramatic protests and why it has run its course

Jessica Corbett: Architect of Texas Abortion Ban Takes Aim at LGBTQ+ Rights

“Make no mistake, the goal is to force extreme, outdated, religious-driven values on all of us through the courts.”

Rod Driver: The Violence of Colonialism and the Exploitation of Africa

Many African nations are ruled by leaders backed by the US, Britain or France, or constrained by IMF/World Bank/WTO policies

Rebekah Entralgo: Unemployment Insurance Isn’t Holding Back the Economy. Inequality Is

Ending enhanced unemployment benefits didn’t get people back to work. It just made them poorer

Luis Feliz León: Washington Carpenter Revolt Swells Picket Lines

Five jobs were picketed, including construction projects at Facebook’s Building X, the Microsoft’s Campus in Redmond, and Alphabet’s Google

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