Why did ten undocumented immigrants choose to get arrested in Charlotte, even when they knew they could face deportation?
National polls show that most of the public supports birth control and abortion rights. So what’s with the trend of trying to limit them?
While Republicans spent the RNC attending corporate-sponsored parties and listening to scripted speeches, protesters’ commitment to nonviolence built solidarity beyond the usual suspects.
We share more than a border with the 116,000 Mexicans killed and disappeared in the War on Drugs. Take a ride across the U.S. with their families and poet Javier Sicilia on the Caravan for Peace.
Why some indigenous groups and environmentalists are saying no to the “green economy.”
The site of Pe’ Sla has been privately owned since 1876, but indigenous people have always been free to worship there. All that could change on August 25, when the land is set to be auctioned off.
A popular film claims that a secret elite create our most troubling problems to advance a “global domination agenda.” Why Amy Goodman, Vandana Shiva, and other progressives are calling it “dangerously misguided.”
What would happen if Mexican survivors of the “War on Drugs” reached out to work with Americans who have weathered its violence, too? Poet Javier Sicilia and his U.S.-bound Peace Caravan are about to find out.
Money is the least of our problems. It’s time to pay attention to the real deficits that are killing us.
The “Vagina Monologues” author on why knowing your body can shake up the world.
The old logic of the slave plantation is still the logic of our industrial food system, 500 years in the making. There’s a new way of thinking taking off.
In the Amazonian backcountry, tribes are challenging construction of the world’s third-largest dam—by dismantling it. Here’s what they can teach us about standing up to power.