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'Enough Is Enough': In Largest Strike Yet, Amazon Workers Call In Sick Over Unsafe Working Conditions
"No worker should be subjected to unsafe conditions at work. And no worker should be retaliated against for standing up for their rights."
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As Trump Threatens Postal Service Amid Pandemic, #SaveUSPS Urges Bulk Stamp Purchases and Congressional Action
"There is no vote-by-mail if there is no postal service," said one historian.
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"We are paying far too high a price for his impulse to cater to his self-interest and not the public interest," writes Green. "Trump must get out, whether by the 25th amendment, resignation, or defeat." (Image: Public Citizen/CD/CC BY 3.0) Views
This Fake President Must Resign
Even if he wanted to, Donald Trump simply lacks the tools to do the job.
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"We often hear about the beauty of America," Bernie Sanders says in his final campaign ad, "and this country is incredibly beautiful. But to me, the beauty I will remember most is in the faces of the people we have met from corner of this nation to the other. The compassion, love, and decency I have seen in them, makes me so hopeful for our future. It also makes me more determined than ever to work to create a nation that reflects those values." (Photo: Screenshot/BernieSanders.com) News
'Let Us Go Forward Together': In Campaign Farewell Video, Sanders Calls on Movement to Carry on Struggle for Vision That Lifts Up All People
"Please stay in this fight with me."
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Staff and volunteers with Project C.U.R.E hold a drive outside the United Center to collect donations of personal protective equipment from the community. The equipment will be used to supply hospitals and clinics that are experiencing shortages because of the COVID-19 pandemic on March 29, 2020, in Chicago. (PHOTO BY SCOTT OLSON/GETTY IMAGES) Views
12 Ways Communities Are Taking Care of Each Other During the Pandemic
The efforts range from a Slack chat community connecting people around the world to suggestions about what to do with your stimulus check.
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Democratic presidential hopeful Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders raises his fist as he addresses the Democratic Party's 61st Annual McIntyre-Shaheen 100 Club dinner at SNHU arena in Manchester, New Hampshire, on February 8, 2020. (Photo: Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images) Views
Bernie’s Decision: Retreat Should Not Be Confused with Surrender
In these important battles we wage, we will often lose—but we must not give up.
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To have a People's government, we must build it. (Photo: julian meehan/flickr/cc) Views
To Have a People's Government, We the People Must Build It
This is not just a one-time, resist-and-dump Trump campaign we're undertaking but the mobilization of a long-term grassroots movement to reject the systemic corporate takeover of our elections and government at every level.
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"Inadequate PPE (personal protective equipment) for health care workers is just one injustice in our inequitable health care system," writes Sririam.  (Image: Masks for America) Views
Health Care Workers Need You to Be our Heroes. Here’s How.
Yes, health care workers have a sense of duty. And yes, us doctors are driven by the Hippocratic oath. But none of us want to be martyrs. When we speak out publicly about the lack of PPE, we are calling attention to a public health crisis compounding the catastrophes of COVID-19.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) speaks as former Vice President Joe Biden gestures during the fourth Democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign season in Westerville, Ohio on October 15, 2019. (Photo: Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images) Views
Should Bernie Drop Out or Stay In? Wait, There’s Another Choice.
The most selfless thing Bernie can do now is not to leave the race, but stay in it.
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A doctor checks the body temperature of a man returning from Iran at a quarantine zone to test for the COVID-19 coronavirus in the Pakistan-Iran border town of Taftan on February 25, 2020. (Photo: Banaras Khan/AFP via Getty Images) Views
Advancing Change in a Time of Disruption: Forging a New Pathway for Nature
A disruption—such as a global pandemic—can provide a window of opportunity to change our habits and make positive change.
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