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How can we turn military spending into a budget for the people?

by Frida Berrigan It won't be easy getting to a place where we spend more on social goods than the military, but the People's Budget points the way forward.   [ continue reading...]

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Police restrict medics ahead of Richard Spencer protest at University of Florida

by Mike Isaacson Police have blocked street medics from bringing supplies to treat common protest injuries as the University of Florida gears up to protest Rich...   [ continue reading...]

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Ken Burns’ powerful anti-war film on Vietnam ignores the power of the anti-war movement

by Robert Levering Ken Burns’ PBS series, "The Vietnam War," misses how the anti-war movement played a critical role in limiting and ultimately helping to...   [ continue reading...]

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Oklahomans turn ‘Oilfield Prayer Day’ into a protest against Big Oil

by Brandon Jordan On the one year anniversary of “Oilfield Prayer Day,” indigenous people and residents demanded Oklahoma officials ban fracking and...   [ continue reading...]

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Anti-Columbus Day Tour redefines the America Natural History Museum for a day

by Skanda Kadirgamar A collective of artists and organizers took over the American Museum of Natural History to challenge its racist depictions of non-European...   [ continue reading...]

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Lessons from the front lines of anti-colonial pipeline resistance

by James Rowe and Mike Simpson By reoccupying their traditional territory in Canada eight years ago, the Unist'ot'en clan are showing how decolonization and cli...   [ continue reading...]

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How the Vietnam War prepared Puerto Ricans to confront crisis

by Michael Stewart Foley Much like the response to Hurricane Maria, the Vietnam War raised questions of colonialism for Puerto Ricans, while also fueling their...   [ continue reading...]

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New Yorkers picket Trump Tower in support of Puerto Rico

by Ashoka Jegroo While President Trump visited hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, New Yorkers gathered to protest his administration's response and a history of U.S...   [ continue reading...]

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Radio Dispatch interviews Jeff Abbott on Guatemala’s uprising

by The Editors On Radio Dispatch, Molly Knefel interviews WNV correspondent Jeff Abbott about his reporting on the ongoing uprising against corruption in Guatem...   [ continue reading...]

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Combating online abuse with the principles of nonviolent resistance

by Brian Martin Widespread efforts to counter online abuse aren't doing enough. It's time for an approach that relies more on individual and collective empowerm...   [ continue reading...]

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Minnesotans rally to ‘Hold the Line’ against Enbridge pipeline project

by Brandon Jordan Indigenous people, landowners and youth are resisting a plan to replace a failing oil pipeline with one that's even bigger and potentially mor...   [ continue reading...]

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Guatemala rises up against institutionalized corruption

by Jeff Abbott Hundreds of thousands have taken to the streets of Guatemala to protest corruption and call for the resignation of the president and members of c...   [ continue reading...]

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Bronx residents lead anti-gentrification march to oppose rezoning plans

by Ashoka Jegroo A coalition of grassroots groups took to the streets on Friday to alert their neighbors and warn local politicians against selling out the Bron...   [ continue reading...]

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The storms after the Stockley verdict

by David Ragland Following the acquittal of the police officer who killed Anthony Lamar Smith, protesters in St. Louis are providing the only hope for justice.   [ continue reading...]

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United opposition threatens half-century father-son rule in Togo

by Patience Nitumwesiga Over the past month, Togolese have united in mass protest against the 50-year reign of Faure Gnassingbé and his father.   [ continue reading...]

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Broad coalition escalates campaign against London arms fair

by Andrew Metheven Preparations for London's DSEI, one of the largest arms fairs in the world, were targeted with a diverse array of creative and disruptive act...   [ continue reading...]

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Anti-pipeline activists across the country unite to #StopETP

by Brandon Jordan Last week, nearly 20 actions in 10 states targeted Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the Dakota Access pipeline and many other dama...   [ continue reading...]

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Mass mobilization stopped nuclear war before and it can again

by Duncan Meisel A conversation with historian Lawrence Wittner about the nuclear disarmament movement's 50-year struggle and its lessons for a world under rene...   [ continue reading...]

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What good are elections in East Africa?

by Phil Wilmot Transformation of the political systems in East Africa can only come through popular struggle, which must be undertaken by young people on the co...   [ continue reading...]

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Mass civil disobedience campaign obstructs one of Europe’s largest polluters

by Sarah Freeman-Woolpert Over 6,000 climate justice activists converged in western Germany last weekend for a series of actions to protest coal mining in the r...   [ continue reading...]

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