Solutions

Andrea Germanos, staff writer
As McDonald's prepares to hold its annual meting on Thursday, low wage workers—buoyed by successes from the " unstoppable " Fight for $15 movement—are gearing up to confront the burger giant and again demand a decent wage and union rights. On Wednesday, in addition to a mid-day strike at the flagship Rock N Roll McDonald's in Chicago, organizers...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
On Tuesday, a coalition of more than 20 progressive activist and labor groups...
Nika Knight, staff writer
Anti-corporate activists, organic farmers, Indigenous peoples, environmental...

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Blasting a military that still acts with impunity and a judiciary that still serves as "the Occupation's fig leaf," Israel's foremost human rights organization B’Tselem has declared it will stop seeking justice for Palestinians by working with military courts they long hoped would become "a path to accountability." The move is the latest sign - along with a new uber-hawk defense minister - that Israel will continue its grim plunge into right-wing extremism.

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