Jon Queally, staff writer
Marking a convergence of public anger and dissent on the annual shoppping bonanza of "Black Friday," people drawing the connection between American consumer culture, economic disparity, and racial injustice are targeting retail stores and malls Friday to voice ongoing critiques of the events and...
Jon Queally, staff writer
More than one hundred people who have been arrested over the last week during...
Sarah Lazare, staff writer
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Despite strong U.S. support for the right to choose, the past three years have...

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On a day meant for joy, so much pain for so many. In New York, the families of three unarmed black men shot down by police - Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Akai Gurley - met, mourned, prayed and called for change. Summoning extraordinary dignity, Michael Brown Sr. has urged calm, delivered turkeys, and exhorted others to "continue to lift your voices with us." For him and all the others, a homegrown flash mob in a Maine grocery store. Hug your kids, work for change.