A West Virginia Candidate Got Kicked out the Capitol for Calling Out Big Oil. She’s Not Sorry.
Lissa Lucas thinks we need politicians who aren’t taking their marching orders from corporations. more
By Sasha Kramer
This 28-Year-Old Progressive Helped Bernie Sanders Win Rhode Island. Now He Is Running for Lt. Gov.
Two-term Rhode Island State Representative Aaron Regunberg is still in his 20s, but already has... more
By Matthew Cunningham-Cook
“A Living History Lesson”: Teachers Reflect on the Massive West Virginia Strike
Charleston, W. Va.—The teachers’ strike in West Virginia ended Tuesday after the... more
By Yawana Wolfe
This Is the Best Chance Yet to Stop the U.S. War on Yemen. Where Are the Major Human Rights Orgs?
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International are declining to take a formal position against the U.S.-backed Saudi war on Yemen. more
By Sarah Lazare
The West Virginia Strike Points a Path Forward for the Labor Movement
Yesterday, West Virginia’s educators produced an incredible lesson plan on power. The timing... more
By Jane McAlevey
The Lesson From West Virginia Teachers? If You Want to Win, Go on Strike.
For many years now, observers have been ringing the death knell for the U.S.... more
By Miles Kampf-Lassin
Illinois Grad Students Are on Strike to Make the University Accessible for the Working Class
On February 26, four days after teachers in all 55 West Virginia counties walked out on strike,... more
By Rachel Johnson
Now Is America’s Chance To Stop Waging Brutal War on Yemen
A new bipartisan bill offers an opportunity to withdraw U.S. support for a devastating military onslaught. more
By Shireen Al-Adeimi
First Silicon Valley Sold You Social Media. Now It’s Trying to Sell You the Antidote.
It turns out that selling solutions to problems created by the tech industry presents a tremendous business opportunity. more
By Julianne Tveten