Category: US

Robert Reich: The worst memo in American history

It came from Lewis Powell

Talli Nauman: Tribes and water protectors ward off new Black Hills gold rush

Treaty rights advocates denounce mining exploration permits in ‘The Heart of All That Is’

Francesca Gabbriellini: How Striking Auto Workers Showed Italy the Way Out of Decline

A worker plan for the green reconversion of the factory shows how labor can point the way to the future

Mike Kuhlenbeck: Biden’s Immigration Policies Are Failing

On the campaign trail, President Joe Biden promised change on immigration policy. He hasn’t delivered

Alejandra Quintero: Immigrant Detainees Strike Over $1 a Day Pay, Working Conditions

“They are compelled to do this. It’s not voluntary; it’s compulsory work, without proper sanitation and equipment.”

Shea Swenson: California Farmworkers Embark on 335-Mile March for Voting Rights

The United Farm Workers union set out for a 24-day march from Delano to Sacramento, the state’s capital

Urariano Mota: How to Participate in Pro-Democracy Movements

A while ago I tried to go through this dilemma: write my column or go out with all democrats to demand the return of freedom to Brazil?

CJ Polychroniou: The Inflation Reduction Act Should Be Just the Beginning

Without more direct intervention on the part of the public sector in combatting the climate crisis, what IRA will produce is a green capitalist industry with profit-making as the overriding concern

Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan: While Cuba Deals with Blazing Fire, the U.S. Watches and Waits

This latest disaster – the largest oil fire in Cuba’s history – comes at a time when Cuba is currently undergoing an energy crisis due to soaring global fuel costs

Erin Baker: Boosting renewable energy use can happen quickly

And reduce harm to low-income people if done thoughtfully

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