There are now 1.4 million children at risk of dying from famine. No one apparently has shown Donald Trump, or his daughter Ivanka, any photos of these at-risk children. So, the U.S. president is comfortably ignoring this statistic.
Most consumers do not know the extent of poverty, discrimination, and sexual harassment faced by millions of women in the restaurant industry
The losing fight over the Dakota Access oil pipeline has brought into high relief the dire living conditions of the Standing Rock Sioux and other Native Americans
A pair of pioneering Princeton researchers makes sense of a growing epidemic
The Oxfam report, in its conclusions, advocates a switch to a “human economy,” one in which governments are “accountable to the 99 percent,” businesses would be oriented toward policies that “increase prosperity for all,”
What’s changed is that Sweden has been retreating in recent decades from its earlier commitment to economic equality
We are unlikely to win back Obama-to-Sanders-to-Trump voters until we rekindle the spirit of Occupy Wall Street and the Sanders campaign
Inequality has increased everywhere with politically momentous consequences
Does anyone believe that the world’s elites are going to suddenly accept business as usual can no longer go on and willingly give up their enormous privileges?
Talk on a Trump presidency